I read Bill Plaschke's column after the the Yu Darvish trade and realized that the baseball season was over. The Dodgers won the World Series, Friedman and Zaidi were executives of the year and Roberts the manager of the year. Bill disregarded Darvish's struggles this year as " trade distracted numbers" and ignored his poor record against National League teams as irrelevant, I guess.
I felt bad. And then I remembered Plaschke rarely, if ever, knows what he is talking about. The season is back on.
Well, there he's gone and done it again. Bill Plaschke has all but coronated the Dodgers and put them into the World Series, all...