Hello Dodger faithful. My name is Justin Gunsaulus and I have been a constant reader on Mark’s site for over two years now and approached Mark to become a writer. On the website I have commented a few times here and there as NedSucks. You’re probably wondering how someone from across the nation becomes a Dodger fan? Its simple, Jacksonville is my home and the home of the Jacksonville Suns. The Suns were the affiliates of the Dodgers from 2001-2008 and I suddenly became a Dodger fan over night when my former Suns were playing on the big stage. Billingsley, Broxton, Loney, Martin, Kemp, Dewitt, Kershaw, and Mcdonald all went through the Suns organization. I became a Dodger, watching every game on mlb.tv and waiting for Mr. Timmons to post something to read and think about. I am really looking forward to contributing to this website.
Now on to more important matters.
As anybody could see that strike zone was as wide as Chad Ocho Cinco’s or Chad the head butting champ Johnson’s ego and the reason that Matt Kemp got tossed was because of some umpire’s ego! Angel Campos had a problem with someone who is questioning his call. Yesterday he wasn’t going to have it. So he tossed Matt Kemp in the second inning during a playoff run. So today I ask that Mr. Campos get demoted to the minor leagues. Mr. Campos did not issue a warning to Kemp. He threw him out in the second inning and Matt wasn’t even in the umpires face!!!!!!!!! Now to Don being tossed. Don got tossed for asking the home plate umpire why Matt got tossed. The home plate umpire to whom Don was asking the question too didn’t even toss Don!!!! He was tossed by the crew chief. I felt like I was watching an episode of The Office where Steve Carrell was parading around like a jackwagon in an umpire uniform. The umpires should be fined, not Don or Matt. Too many times this year umpires have jumped the gun with tossing players and managers. I am fully behind the league with demoting umpires. When players don’t produce they get demoted or released. Umpires should do the same. Whether it’s missing a call on a no hitter or tossing a team’s MVP in the second inning an umpire’s performance should be reviewed and evaluated. Action should be taken after the evaluation, just like every other business.
Tonight I will be attending the Dodgers game in Atlanta. Nothing short of a sweep is acceptable, as long as we have Kemp in center and Don in the dugout.
- Puig is the reason we’re not going to resign Victorino
- I fear Chad’s Beard before Brian Wilsons
- Let’s face it, Ethier is a platoon player at best
- James Poney hit a home run yay! He now has 4
Lets go Blue!!!!!!!!
Thanks for giving me a look!!