I just wanted to let you all know that just as soon as the Dodgers win the World Series (or fall out of the playoffs, which is more likely), I will no longer be writing this blog on a daily basis. Instead it will be generally once a week and you can probably look for a new post each Sunday. I am extremely busy with my work and also need to finish my book. The way I am feeling now, is that I may never again do the blog on a daily basis. I thought about stopping it entirely, but once a week is nothing after doing it every day. There are plenty of great blogs out there and most are listed on the LINKS section of this site. Hopefully, when I do post it will be fresh and interesting. I really don’t know what is next, but I do know that my book cannot wait. I’ll let you all know when it is done.
Thanks for all your support over the years, and feel free to continue to post here if you like. Just keep it civil and obey the rules. They aren’t hard. The reality is that I don’t have a passion for doing this anymore. I have other things that I want (need) to do and I am being “pulled” in that direction. I have a very important book to write (which will also be a movie) which will help people understand that no matter what happens to you in life, you can recover, prosper and bloom. This is now my passion. I will always be a Dodger fan, but writing this blog and sitting in the pressbox and being a Dodger Groupie are not satisfying to me. You will see me in Spring Training however, and I will continue to give insights into the minor league crop.
My health is good – I was released from any further checkups by my doctor and I “ran” about 50 feet today – RAN! Not very fast, but I’m getting there. I no longer limp and the pain is gone. Life is good!
I told you that Jon Broxton was a liability for us and that we could not win with him - not much else to say. I wished that I was wrong, but I knew what I saw and I saw a guy who folds in the clutch! I took a lot of heat when I said it, and Jon Weisman and Kensai posted their rebuttals to what I said, but I could see that Broxton is a loser! There’s no stat for that!
I’ll post again before the next game.
I may be blogging at www.themountainmover.com (not sure yet). The Dodgers just have to take a backseat to my faith, family, work and my new career as “The Mountainmover.” Stay tuned….