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The title of this blog is a reference to former Dodger prospect Andy LaRoche. Dodger manager Joe Torre was abysmal in his mismanagement of LaRoche’s playing time. Arguably, he never had the chance to prove himself worthy of a roster spot while with the Dodgers. Such is life. Hopefully he can revive his career as a Pittsburgh Pirate.

Sadly, LaRoche won’t be the last Dodger prospect to have his career tossed about like yesterday’s garbage. He joins a long and (somewhat) distinguished list, along with Hee-Seop Choi, Edwin Jackson, Dioner Navarro, Willy Aybar, Jayson Werth, Cody Ross, and many more.

I enjoy baseball immensely, as well as collecting baseball cards — that was the primary focus of this blog since its inception. That may not be the case — focusing on baseball, that is — from here on out.



  1. You have now been added to the Sports Card Blogroll.


    JayBee Anama

  2. Oh, thanks for the heads up on the replacement cards. If LaRoche was still a Dodger, I would be sworn to hate all that is Dodger blue…lucky him, haha.

  3. Hey man, I didn’t mean those bloggers who are pro-Beckett are not well-liked. I should have phrased it better. I meant the general consensus on the Internet is that Beckett Media is not well liked.

    Sorry for the confusion.

  4. My name is John Velgos and I have started a new website The reason that I think you may enjoy it is because from the research I have done, it is the second largest site for single/individual cards and it has the CHEAPEST prices I have seen. I enjoy collecting and especially with the older cards, you can’t get them anywhere or if you do, cost an arm and a leg. So this fills a big void. I have all ranges of cards from 73-2006. I have most up and those that are not imported yet, you can at least see what cards will be there.
    I was wondering if you would not mind putting my link on your site to help with business since you have so many readers. Thanks for your time and have a great day.

  5. Hey man~ Could you tell me when you watch MLB.TV and DirecTV same games ,
    which speed fast

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