SF Road Game 6 and We win 2 series

Pence is kicking high enough to try out for the rockettes

Pence is kicking high enough to try out for the rockettes

Multiple American Flags fly proudly above Dodgers stadium.

Multiple American Flags fly proudly above Dodgers stadium.

This is the numbers which have been retired by the Dodgers. They have had so many greats that they may run out of numbers.

This is the numbers which have been retired by the Dodgers. They have had so many greats that they may run out of numbers.

Sunday April 6th 2014
FLASH!!! We have been asked not to return to Dodgers stadium because we are influencing the Giants to set a record for winning games. Is it possible to imagine that the team favored to win the 2014 World Series would be swept in their opening series, by those kids from SF? We think so!
If Cain can do his part, our Prius will be flying on air, to return in time for the Giants opener. It is hard to imagine we could have a 6-1 starting record. Even a 5-2 road record is a spectacular 1st leg of our 81 for 93 journey memorable.
An unusual incident occurred Saturday at the game. I score every game, as you probably know. I was so excited when Pablo Sandoval homered that he mistakenly made the home run entry for in Posey’s space on the scorecard. He decided not to erase it, in case Buster hit a home run. Who knows what can happen when the Giants are playing this way? That was something to forecast back to back home runs. Yes, we are having a good time.
The Dodger have done a bang up job on the pregame show. Today they had Robin Thicke putting on a mini concert. Actor Jason Bateman was the honorary public address announcer. There were a few more Giants fans at the game today, but still a sea of blue at the stadium. The Dodger fans next to us were a lot more friendly than yesterday, and even joined arms, and made frequent comments about the Brandons. We also discussed Puig. He is such a talented player, yet is immature. It appears he thinks more about I than team and you know what they say…there is no I in TEAM. Baseball is a team sport, and when a player is this selfish it can mean disaster for a team. I was glad he was benched the previous game, and so were the Dodger fans around me.

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