If Dodgers Had Been on TV, Viewers Would Have Seen a Bad Show

The time has come for the Dodgers to make yet another change at third base. No, not Bill Madlock, but rather Joe Amalfitano in the third base coaching box.

From Amalfitano's constant miscalculated holding and sending of base runners (costing the Dodgers run after precious run), to his failure to give an approaching runner a clear "stand up" or "get down" sign (costing the Dodgers an All-Star left fielder), he has clearly demonstrated he's not ready for the majors.


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