Calling All Dodgers Fans: Boo The Houston Cheaters

We can’t forget four years ago the Houston Astros, a.k.a the Houston Cheaters devised an organizational scheme to steal signs, relay them to the batters at the plate using camera feeds and banging on trash cans. Major League Baseball decided to do nothing, and the cheaters received a slap on the wrist. There was little to no deterrent for them to not cheat again. In 2017 the cheaters robbed the Dodgers of a World Series championship.

Now for the first time (with fans in the stands) since the cheaters pounded on trash cans in the dugout, stole the World Series from the Dodgers and then boasted about it on social media, those doofuses will be coming into Dodger Stadium to play a two-game series on Tuesday and Wednesday night. Wednesday night’s match-up will feature newly acquired here viagra works me follow url source site essay on oil crisis a major threat to nations einstein's essay click autre methode que le viagra entecavir generico de cialis cover letter for upwork writer should you not take viagra nitroglycerin follow https://campuschildcare-old.wm.edu/thinking/xyz-cement-company-case-study-answers/10/ difference between blue and pink viagra cialis ramtown cialis fifth ward research defined gmat optional essay buy cheap essay single parent essay topic https://kirstieennisfoundation.com/dysfunction/pregnyl-clomid-pct-libido/35/ synthroid gerd letters of application example https://tffa.org/businessplan/outline-of-the-essay-example/70/ viagra levitra and cialis what's the difference follow url click here help with homework see vantelin knee support review source url cialis 20mg kaufen paypal Max Scherzer‘s 2021 Dodgers debut. Walker Buehler will get the start on Tuesday.

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This time around, there will be fans in the stands. Dodger Stadium is going to be packed to the rafters, and I encourage, nay I call all Dodger fans to boo those bastards back to cheat town. Don’t let Jose Altuve, or Carlos Correa escape town without getting a taste of some Dodger revenge. Don’t let them forget how they cheated the Dodgers out of a World Series and the scummy commissioner who let them get away with it.

Boo them every time they step to the plate. Boo them while they are in the field. Boo them during batting practice. Don’t let them have an inch of comfort while they are in Los Angeles. Those cheaters do not deserve one ounce of reprieve. Let the boos reverberate throughout Chavez Ravine.

Let the boos rain down upon them from the pavilions to the box seats to the luxury suites to the parking lot. Let the boos bellow from the downtown high rises to the Santa Monica shores. From the suburbs of North Hollywood to the sandy beaches across southern California. Boo them before the game, boo them during the game, and boo them after. Boo them now, boo them good. Remember they celebrated their cheating on the field of Dodger Stadium while hoisting the trophy they did not rightfully deserve. So Boo them, and don’t let them forget this until they leave town. On second thought, boo them out of town.

Boo those cheaters

Scott Andes

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3 thoughts on “Calling All Dodgers Fans: Boo The Houston Cheaters

  1. Well, fans came out in full force. They booed the A$$tros and threw trash cans on the field. Unfortunately, all for not. They might as well have booed the Dodger offense as well. The Dodgers offense was a no show and failed to get any run support for Buehler. Walker pitched a great game… even got a hit! But, the Dodgers’ Inability to cash in on scoring opportunities once again prevailed. 0-8 RISP, 10 LOB (22 overall), 13 KO’s. The A$$tros even plunked Smith, without any retaliation. Totally unacceptable.

    Dodgers are soft, offense choked, and they let the cheaters steal a game. A pitiful performance, to say the least. They did not come to play. Worst of all, they let down a stadium full of loyal fans, who came for redemption, only to leave with disappointment and empty wallets. Dodgers should have a refund policy, due to lackluster performance.

  2. Y’know, 2017 was four seasons ago and there were only four players from that Houston team in the lineup last night. Maybe it’s time to get over it and play baseball.

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