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Monday, August 31, 2015

Return To Dodger Stadium and Major League Baseball

Above, the current standings of the NL Western Division.

The 1994 Major League Baseball strike was, according to USA Today last year, "the most embarrassing moment in MLB history." The strike lasted 232 days and it ended the 1994 baseball season.

Many fans (and some players) refused to attend (or play) in another MLB game since the strike. I haven't attended a baseball game since 1994. Prior to the strike, Dodger Stadium was almost a "second home" to me. I used to attend at least one game during every Dodger homestand. I also attended quite a number of Angel games down in Anaheim.

Well, that is about to end tomorrow night as I will be stepping inside Dodger Stadium for the first time in 21 years.

I will be attended tomorrow night's game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants, who are battling for the National League Western Division Championship.

It will be interesting to see the changes that have been made to Dodger Stadium since Peter O'Malley sold the team.

It will be nice to have a Dodger Dog or two tomorrow night.

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