I can’t help but pass along this bit of snark from Baseball Prospectus:
The Dodgers are just 13-21 since Rafael Furcal went on the DL, and in the face of his latest setback and a dearth of other options–unless you count Chin-Lung Hu, Luis Maza, and about 10,000 other professional ballplayers–the Ned Colletti regime reaches a new low by trading precious organic matter for the undead Angel Berroa. Since winning 2003 AL Rookie of the Year honors, Berroa has hit just .255/.292/.364 while fielding at a clip 55 runs below average, showing so much promise that the Royals chose to have him spend his age-29 season in Triple-A so that they could avoid another 100-loss season. Stupid Flanders may not be done wreaking havoc, as there’s word via the grapevine that he’s considering trading Matt Kemp again.
“Undead Berroa”? Oh, hell – one doesn’t pass up an opportunity like this. Besides, it’s so hard to talk about this team right now, let’s break out the medicore Photoshopping.