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Friday, February 24, 2006

Pickoff Moves

Today's Birthdays

Con Lucid BRO b. 1874, played 1894-1895, d. 1931-06-25
Gary Moore LAN b. 1945, played 1970
Eddie Murray LAN,ANA b. 1956, played 1989-1997
Fred Sington BRO b. 1910, played 1938-1939, d. 1998-08-20

Eric Karros Joins KCAL/9 As A Baseball Analyst

Eric Karros will join KCAL/9 as a baseball analyst for the pregame Think Blue show. I wasn't all that impressed by him when he was on the radio; he seemed pretty surly and quick to attack his former teammates. On the other hand, all his former teammates are now gone.

Broadcast Notes

Quote, Unquote

"I understand," Choi said when asked about the situation. "I don't know (what will happen). They told me in the offseason - backup first base, pinch-hitter. I just try to play hard, have fun."
-- Hee-Seop Choi, on the Dodgers' plans for him
"Right now, he's in camp competing for a job as an extra player on this ballclub. We have 57 players out there in that clubhouse. We're going to leave here with 25. You do the math."
-- Grady Little
"I am able to do everything I want to do -- run, throw, swing. Now all I have to do is get out there playing every day -- play nine innings, come back the next day and keep coming back the day after that."
-- Dallas McPherson
"Getting hurt allowed me to restructure my mechanics. I really didn't have any concept of pitching. I threw too much across my body," said Adenhart, who added that he always had a rubber arm. "I had a year to sit back and watch."
-- Nick Adenhart
"I was surprised today," said Gagne. "A little better pop today, and I had good control facing hitters for the first time. It's a big step for me. I didn't expect the zip on the fastball and the movement on the changeup and the location on the pitches."
-- Eric Gagné, after facing live batters for the first time since his surgery

Comments:
"Right now, he's in camp competing for a job as an extra player on this ballclub. We have 57 players out there in that clubhouse. We're going to leave here with 25. You do the math."
-- Grady Little


Choi's days as a Dodger are numbered.
 

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