Batteries report next month

From the 21st century American composer Jon Weisman:

Boy the way Bill Mueller played
Saenz just made the hit parade
Guys like Cruz, they had it made
Those were the Dodgers

And you knew who you were then
Drews were Drews and Kents were Kents
Mister we could use a man like Jason Repko again

Derek Lowe was in a state
Sandy Alomar pulled his weight
Gee our old Furcal ran great
Those were the Dodgers!

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