Say it with me: I’M MAD AS HELL, AND I’M NOT GOING TO TAKE IT ANYMORE!

Now, come to the Short Stop on Sunset Boulevard on Wed., April 16, at 6 p.m. to tell Dodger management how you feel.

Here is a press release being circulated by my friend, L.A. Times columnist Chris Erskine. He is leading a charge to let Dodger management and Time Warner Cable know how angry we are that we can’t see the damn games.

The Short Stop, 1455 W. Sunset Blvd. in Echo Park

The Short Stop, 1455 W. Sunset Blvd. in Echo Park

Feel like a forgotten fan?

Los Angeles Times columnist Chris Erskine is rallying all Dodger fans to the Short Stop bar in Echo Park on Wednesday night to speak out against the Time Warner Cable deal that excludes 75% of the L.A. viewing market.

While the new Dodger ownership has done some excellent things, this virtual blackout of the TV market is a fan fiasco. Can you imagine what would happen in Boston or New York if something like this occurred?

Among the questions:

Whom do you blame: TWC, the cable outlets, or the Dodgers?
Where is MLB commissioner Bud Selig in all this?
Why does this matter so much to us?

Bring back Frank McCourt!

OK, we’re not going that far. But come make yourself be heard at the Short Stop, as the Dodgers take on archrival San Francisco in a road game that most of us will not see.

The bar happens to be one of the rare places that get the Dodgers, so stay after and watch the first-place Dodgers battle for the division lead.

 When: 6:00 p.m. Wednesday (April 16)
Where: The Short Stop, 1455 W. Sunset Boulevard (near the Sunset entrance to the ballpark)

I’ll be there, everybody. You should be too! Go Dodgers!

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