Dennis Schlossman

Dennis Schlossman


All Dodgers—all the time.

Bleacher Report has given me the opportunity to have many of my articles appear on,,,,, and many other sites across the web. In addition, one article I published here was featured on Manny Ramirez's official website.

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  • Kelly M. posted 2544 days ago

    Kelly M.

    Shiva :-)

  • Flattish Poe posted 2602 days ago

    Flattish Poe

    Dude, it is an honor to have you as a fan. Congratulations on your achievements!


  • Todd Boldizsar posted 2638 days ago

    Todd Boldizsar

    Congrats on 100,000 Dennis!

  • Kelly M. posted 2645 days ago

    Kelly M.

    You lucked out bigtime in Week 1; I, on the other hand, was completely robbed!

  • Tim Mosher posted 2656 days ago

    Tim Mosher

    Think maybe Frank saw the Dodger franchise as some sort of Ponzi scheme. Now we see clearly why the charitable foundation guy was getting so much salary. Frank had some laundry to take out.

  • John Doublin posted 2657 days ago

    John Doublin

    Feedback on my first ever article would be greatly appreciated.

  • Tim Mosher posted 2671 days ago

    Tim Mosher

    Dennis the way thank you for the compliment. I would very much like to start writing , but the machine gets the better of me too often. I can barely get my comments down without having them vanish before my own eyes. .I will definitley be user capable before the end of 2010. I guess then we'll find out what kind of talent I may have.

  • rick riccobono posted 2752 days ago

    rick riccobono

    Dennis. You are dreaming. Everyone you mentioned save Kemp, Loney and Ethier are either unproven, are Russell Martin or in the last phases of their career. You must be kidding with even a mention of Padilla. He is a liability on the mound. Without a major trade our Dodgers won't get a sniff of the playoffs. Pedro, Washburn? You sound like a fantasy baseball manager who missed the draft and only have waiver wire pickups to choose from. This is our owners fault. If we don't put his feet to the fire now, we will regret it when the dog days roll around and our boys in blue are 10 games under .500.
    Rick R