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Coming to you from Tunnel 14, Row 52 of the L.A. Memorial Coliseum
2008-03-30 00:21
by Bob Timmermann

For those not scoring at home, James Loney is playing first, Jeff Kent is at second, Andruw Jones has moved from center to behind second base, Rafael Furcal is playing shortstop, Blake Dewitt is at third. Andre Ethier, the left fielder, is actually standing in center and Matt Kemp is in right field. Esteban Loiaza is pitching to Russell Martin. Mike Lowell is batting and David Ortiz is the runner on second.

2008-03-30 01:18:00
1.   ibleedbloo
Beach balls and the cotton candy guy, my two enemies at baseball games.
2008-03-30 02:17:18
2.   trainwreck
This is like a softball game.
2008-03-30 03:17:50
3.   ibleedbloo
2 I can't relate. I only had 85000 thousand people show up to my last game. It was only a qualifying game though, maybe next week we will break the 100000 mark.
2008-03-30 07:09:05
4.   Bluebleeder87
Nice camera work Bob...
2008-03-30 07:28:19
5.   110phil
Is there a limit to how much foul territory is in play on the third-base side?
2008-03-30 07:35:35
6.   Bob Timmermann
If there were, we never found out, I don't believe there were any foul balls hit off third that stayed in play that were in the air. There was a foul out down the first base line.

The cotton candy is blocking the view where the Red Sox on deck circle was. The Dodger on deck circle was on the first base side in the triangle between the end of the dugout and one of the supporting poles for the backstop.

Despite there being little distance between the catcher and home, there was still one wild pitch in the game.

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