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Letters: Some blistering commentary on the Dodgers

Letters: Some blistering commentary on the Dodgers

A carpenter’s hands, an electrician’s hands, a farmworker’s hands ... what do they all have in common? Calluses. None of these occupations generally allow one to take six months off. Apparently Rich Hill, who is paid quite a bit more than a farmworker, doesn’t pick up a baseball during his six months off, let alone throw one in earnest to build up his delicate digits. I cannot understand it.

Alex Fernandez

Lakewood

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Even though Bill Plaschke and many Dodgers fans were more than happy to say good riddance to Zack Greinke, I still feel it was unfortunate that he and the Dodgers could not come to terms, and, that the greatest 1-2 punch in major league baseball could...

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