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Monday, January 14, 2008

Slow, Slower, And Slowest

Preface: Things To Come

The moments are idle and slow, time to read good books and wonder between times whether we'll make it to spring training, what with the dogs and all.

Roster Notes

Johnny Podres Passes

Of unknown causes; he was 75. Podres was the winning pitcher in Game 7 of the 1955 World Series, the only one that the Brooklyn Dodgers ever won. Hat tip: Jon.

OT: Mike Carona Resigns

Good riddance.

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The first article I read regarding Podres' death reported pneumonia. Of course, that's often the final condition.
From today's NY Times regarding Podres:
"His death was announced by his wife, Joan, who said he was being treated for heart and kidney problems and a leg infection."
Rob - this is becoming the "anything but the Angels" blog - but i personally think that's a good thing!!

anyway, i just wanted to give you and your Dodger readers a heads up if you haven't seen it that Ned Coletti has an interview up at BP.
Brian -- when the Angels have some news, I'm always happy to publish it.
And, yeah, I saw the BP article.
Rob i know you'll publish Angels news - and like i said, i'm happy there isn't any! (i think.)

i'll take what what we have going into ST.

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