Every Dodgers Player For Sale if The Price is Right

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3strikesyrout.jpg There was a good story in the Los Angeles Times on Sunday about the various expensive promotions baseball teams have used, including an Andre Ethier-led Yoga class at Dodger Stadium.

There are a ton of different expensive promotions, from a Phillies Caribbean cruise held in January to a chance to be a groundskeeper for the Detroit Tigers for $1,200. You get to pay to work!

Dodgers president Dennis Mannion says the events sometimes make the team more than it would in tickets to a game. He'd know, because including the Ethier-led yoga session -- meant to attract women -- the Dodgers have also offered fans a chance to take batting practice at the stadium and a chance to go fishing with Brent Leach and James McDonald.

I look forward to more promotions with the players in the coming months. Go whale-watching with Casey Blake. Go to the movies with Matt Kemp. Discuss baseball theory with Joe Torre. Shoot up with Manny Ramirez. Face off against Clayton Kershaw in a hot dog-eating contest. And, for a few grand, Jonathan Broxton will give up an absolute bomb of a homer to you.


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GIVE ME SOME MONEY TO HAVE THE RIGHT TO MAKE ME A PLANTAIN SANDWICH

Paying them for you to work? What is this? College?

WHEN I WAS A YOUNG BUCK I AGREED TO SHOEHOLTZSZS DEMANDS AND SET UP A SPECIAL GO HUNTING WITH CHIPPER DAY AND IT TURNED OUT TO BE A REVELATIONARY DAY FOR ONE YOUNG DUDE NAMED JEFF FRANCOUER HIS PARENTS PAID TO HAVE ME SHOW HIM THE WAYS OF THE DAY AND SURE ENOUGH HE GREW UP TO BE A MASHER JUST LIKE HIS HONORARY BRO CHIPPER

AND NOW THEY SENT HIM TO THE METS BECAUSE HE COULDNT HANDLE THE HEATLANTA

ITS THE SAME KIND OF SERVICES THAT I OFFERED TO CATSHIRT AND FRUITBAT AND NOW LOOK WHERE WE ARE THEY DONT EVEN WORK ON THIS WEBPAGE ANYMORE SO MUCH FOR THAT MESS


We outsourced the blogging to a third world country where labor is cheap, aka Philadelphia.

Cheap? Then why'd I pay so much for that ZJ?

If I was a Tonight Show writer, I would have put a Larry King is old joke in here.

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