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My souvenir from the win in Seattle
Newlyweds in Safeco part 2! Our view of kersh
Double Dodger dose. Reading and watching.
ESPN is such a trash network
I'm just gonna assume this is Espns way of protesting integration.
They mentioned Willie Mays, so at this point I am suspecting an intentional slight. FTG
ESPN can eat shit. Their anti-Dodger bias frustrates the hell out of me.
East coast bias is real but its not malicious or anything. Its just how things work. The broadcast today had nothing but good things to say about Muncy and the dodgers. They were even talking about how we seem to find diamond in the rough hitters every year and make them stars.
Everyone please stop being triggered by everything, its a bad habit this sub has
Please. East Coast bias is one thing, but ESPN habitually gives less than a single shit about anything out West unless there is a major superstar (and then those stories are always about turmoil, so I'm gonna have fun hearing about how Lebron is "disgruntled" after 6 months with the Lakers).
As for this though, this is just a massive fucked up oversight. How the fuck do you forget Jackie Robinson?! This has less to do with the Dodgers and more to do with how shit their network is.
their east coast bias is really gonna fuck with their Lebron bias
"Fuck ESPN," the statement that can unite all fanbases across all sports.
"But did you know Kershaw and Stafford grew up as teammates??" -espn hack
ESPN is actually bad, don't read it
It’s Bryce Harper Day!
Jackie Robinson gets a Tribute every fucking year on ESPN, calm the hell down. Jesus christ people on this sub bitch about every little fucking non issue, Ya'll got more Drama than a highschool
Yeah, I'm with this dude. As much as I hate ESPN, I'm sure there were quite a few people that were left out.
Yea but I don't think you forget Robinson for that exact reason. It's not an anti-Dodger bias, its just a really stupid oversight.
The only reason I can think of for not including him is that while he did get commissioned as a 2Lt, he never went overseas (between OCS and the bullshit court martial he underwent, that was pretty much the bulk of the war). But he did serve.
ESPN is shit. Nothing to what it use to be 10 years ago.
Of course they did, because ESPN is rubbish.
They did show an African American player. I thought it was Jackie. The photo looked familiar. Tried to find it but couldn't go back to the first hour on my DVR.
I'm not sure why you're upset. Dozens, possibly hundreds, of ballplayers have delayed their baseball careers to fight for our country. ESPN isn't going to have time to highlight all of them in that brief of a tribute.