Bring back the "Think Blue" sign at Dodger Stadium
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There are so many things that you cherish as a Dodger fan, in no particular order Vin Scully, Jaime Jarrin, Nancy Bea, Tommy Lasorda, Dodger Dogs, the Left Field Pavilion, Breaking the Color Barrier, Numbers 1, 2, 4, 19, 20, 24, 32, 39, 42 in addition to so many more. It’s a club soaked in tradition. History has been made ever since they played in Brooklyn and still is today with players like Cy Young/MVP Clayton Kershaw and young talent like Corey Seager and Julio Urias. We’ve learned from Vin to call it like it is, give credit where credit is due. If things are going great it’s all good, if the club hits a bad streak because of losing games or bad management they lash out, but also try to come up with a solution for the problem. THAT is what makes a ballclub: The fans! Fans bleed blue and fans THINK BLUE.
We are missing our sign. It sat there, in the hills, like it was reassuring the visitors of the games. “We might lose games, but think blue and we’ll still have the edge”. Then, from one day to the next… the sign was gone. The Santa Ana Winds of Anaheim blew some of the letters down and the complete sign was removed. The hills above the stadium need their voice back! If you build it, they will come.
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