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    What's your all time LA Dodgers team? You can choose from 1958-present as to who you think were the best players to wear an LA Dodger uni. This excludes the Brooklyn Dodger franchise.

    Feel free to comment on my team below:

    1B: Pedro Guerrero
    2B: Steve Sax
    3B: Adrian Beltre
    SS: Bill Russell
    C: Mike Scioscia
    LF: Ken Landreaux
    CF: Willie Davis
    RF: Mike Marshall
    Util: Eric Karros (1B)
    Paul Lo Duca (C)
    Davey Lopes (2B)
    Shawn Green (OF)


    SP: Sandy Koufax (shutouts and alot of wins)
    Orel Hershsiser (shutouts and alot of wins)
    Don Drysdale (shutouts and alot of wins)
    Fernando Valenzuela (shutouts)
    Jerry Reuss (shutouts)
    Bob Welch (shutouts)
    Johnny Podres

    (Okay, so I have a 7-man rotation and I'm bound to move 2 of them to the 'pen)

    RP/CP: Alejandro Pena
    Tom Niedenfuer
    Eric Gagne (In just 3 seasons, he's recorded more saves than others, he's in)

    Manager:Tommy Lasorda
    Last edited by Knick9; 09-26-2006, 04:33 PM.
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  • #2
    1B:Steve Garvey
    2B:Steve Sax
    3B:Ron Cey
    SS:Maury Wills
    C:Mike Piazza
    LF:Ken Landreaux
    CF:Willie Davis
    RF:Gary Sheffield

    Bench:

    Eric Karros (1B)
    Mike Scioscia(C)
    Davey Lopes (2B)
    Shawn Green (OF/1B)

    SP:Sandy Koufax
    Orel Hershiser
    Don Drysdale
    Fernando Valenzuela
    Don Sutton

    RP/CL: Mike Marshall
    Alejandro Peña
    Guillermo Mota
    Todd Worrell
    Eric Gagne

    Manager: Walt Alston
    Last edited by mojorisin71; 04-01-2005, 02:32 PM. Reason: Positioning Errors
    SOUVENEZ-VOUS LES EXPOS!!!
    "The future's uncertain and the end is always near" - Jim Morrison

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    • #3
      C: Piazza (tough call between Scioscia and Roseboro)
      1B: Garvey (Karros)
      2B: Lopes (Sax)
      3B: Cey (Beltre))
      SS: Wills (Russell)
      LF: Guerro (Baker or T.Davis)
      CF: RSmith (WDavis)
      RF: Sheffield (Howard)

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      • #4
        C- Scioscia
        1B-Bill Skowron
        2B-Steve Sax
        SS-Junior Gilliam
        3B-Ron Cey
        RF-Frank Howard
        CF-Kirk Gibson
        LF-Willie Davis
        PH-Dave Hansen

        SP-Koufax
        SP-Drysdale
        SP-Bill Singer
        SP-Sutton
        SP-Fernando

        RP-Hershiser
        RP-Jerry Reuss
        RP-Jim Brewer
        RP-Peranowski

        CL-Gagne

        MGR-Tracy
        Last edited by dreifort; 04-01-2005, 10:39 PM.
        Son, we'd like to keep you around this season but we're going to try and win a pennant.

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        • #5
          What? No Dreifort in your starting rotation?
          SOUVENEZ-VOUS LES EXPOS!!!
          "The future's uncertain and the end is always near" - Jim Morrison

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          • #6
            I'm mostly in agreement with mojo's team. However, I would move Sheffield over to left (where he played almost 5 times as many games in a Dodgers uniform) . That would also free up right field for Shawn Green.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by The Commissioner
              I'm mostly in agreement with mojo's team. However, I would move Sheffield over to left (where he played almost 5 times as many games in a Dodgers uniform) . That would also free up right field for Shawn Green.

              you mean his all-80s/90s LA team? haha.... he has neglected a majority of the old LA pitching (except for obvious HoF'ers).

              no Jim Brewer? not even a Tom Niedenfuer? Marshall was good, but more on durability and not a dominat closer.

              Landreaux!? ...where is Howard? Or Dick Allen? or Ron Fairly!? lol. I'd take T-Bone or Kal Daniels over Landreaux.
              Son, we'd like to keep you around this season but we're going to try and win a pennant.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by dreifort
                you mean his all-80s/90s LA team? haha.... he has neglected a majority of the old LA pitching (except for obvious HoF'ers).

                no Jim Brewer? not even a Tom Niedenfuer? Marshall was good, but more on durability and not a dominat closer.

                Landreaux!? ...where is Howard? Or Dick Allen? or Ron Fairly!? lol. I'd take T-Bone or Kal Daniels over Landreaux.
                You're right, Kalvoski was an oversight on my behalf. But Tom Needahomer? I can't really forgive him for serving up that fat one to the Wizard. Maybe I shouldn't be too harsh on the man.

                What, you wanted me to include Claude Osteen in my rotation?
                SOUVENEZ-VOUS LES EXPOS!!!
                "The future's uncertain and the end is always near" - Jim Morrison

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                • #9
                  i was surprised Jay Howell wasn't in your Pitching staff...or Bob Welch

                  Let's do a LA-tried-to-buy-a-championship-team (meaning stupid trades or overpaid FA or just plain bad choces LA has made/aquired over the years):

                  C -Todd Hundley (even tho I like this guy, LA wasted $$ on him)
                  1B-Fred McGriff
                  2B-Delino Deshields (you don't even need to asky why he is on here)
                  SS-Kevin Elster
                  3B-Bill Madlock
                  LF-Rick Monday/Jimmy Wynn
                  CF-Eric Davis
                  RF-Strawberry
                  PH-Gary Carter
                  UTIL-Juan Samuel

                  SP-Kevin Brown
                  SP-Tim Leary (Greg Brock wasn't that big of loss tho - I mean, we were ok with Tracy Woodson, right? )
                  SP-Rick Honeycutt (traded Dave Stewert, some minor lgr & $200,000 for this guy)
                  SP-Mike Morgan
                  SP-Kevin Gross

                  RP-Jessie Orosco
                  RP-Rickey Horton

                  CL-Jeff Shaw
                  Last edited by dreifort; 04-04-2005, 12:34 PM.
                  Son, we'd like to keep you around this season but we're going to try and win a pennant.

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                  • #10
                    C Mike Piazza
                    1B Steve Garvey
                    2B Davey Lopes
                    SS Maurey Wills
                    3B Ron Cey
                    CF Tommy Davis
                    RF Willie Davis
                    LF Dusty Baker

                    SP Sandy Koufax
                    SP Don Drysdale
                    SP Don Sutton
                    SP Orel Hershiser
                    SP Tommy John
                    SP Claude Osteen

                    RP Jim Brewer
                    RP Todd Worrell
                    RP Ron Perrenoski
                    In the 1920's, Harry Heilmann led the AL with a .364 average. In addition, he averaged 220 hits, 45 doubles, 12 triples, 16 homers, 110 runs, and 130 RBI.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by dreifort
                      i was surprised Jay Howell wasn't in your Pitching staff...or Bob Welch

                      Let's do a LA-tried-to-buy-a-championship-team (meaning stupid trades or overpaid FA or just plain bad choces LA has made/aquired over the years):

                      C -Todd Hundley (even tho I like this guy, LA wasted $$ on him)
                      1B-Fred McGriff
                      2B-Delino Deshields (you don't even need to asky why he is on here)
                      SS-Kevin Elster
                      3B-Bill Madlock
                      LF-Rick Monday/Jimmy Wynn
                      CF-Eric Davis
                      RF-Strawberry
                      PH-Gary Carter
                      UTIL-Juan Samuel

                      SP-Kevin Brown
                      SP-Tim Leary (Greg Brock wasn't that big of loss tho - I mean, we were ok with Tracy Woodson, right? )
                      SP-Rick Honeycutt (traded Dave Stewert, some minor lgr & $200,000 for this guy)
                      SP-Mike Morgan
                      SP-Kevin Gross

                      RP-Jessie Orosco
                      RP-Rickey Horton

                      CL-Jeff Shaw
                      Where's Lenny Harris? Mike Fetters? Carlos Perez?
                      SOUVENEZ-VOUS LES EXPOS!!!
                      "The future's uncertain and the end is always near" - Jim Morrison

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                      • #12
                        OMG! I forgot 1 of the biggest in Bobby Bo!
                        Son, we'd like to keep you around this season but we're going to try and win a pennant.

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                        • #13
                          Jim Eisenreich, Juan Encarnacion, Boog Powell, Eddie Murray, Tyler Houston, and Daryle Ward can all fit there, too.
                          SOUVENEZ-VOUS LES EXPOS!!!
                          "The future's uncertain and the end is always near" - Jim Morrison

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                          • #14
                            Eddie actually played well in LA, better than most recent 1B LA has had
                            Son, we'd like to keep you around this season but we're going to try and win a pennant.

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                            • #15
                              C Piazza (Scioscia back-up)
                              1B Garvey (Karros back-up)
                              2B Lopes (Sax)
                              SS Wills
                              3B Cey
                              OF Gibson (HatcheR!!!)
                              OF Howard (T.Davis)
                              OF W. Davis
                              I think, therefore I love the Dodgers.

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