It’s out of the Question: Lasorda can teach Mattingly a few more provocative profanities, eh?

article-2622525-1DA54DED00000578-248_634x420Even Tommy Lasorda knows there are far too many subtle differences in how profanity is articulated in the English language. Particularly in the specialized world of sports jargonization.

So is it too much to ask the current Lasorda successor, Don Mattingly, if he could successfully give us a better definition of “Basically, we’re s#!**y,” before this becomes the working title for of the 2014 Dodgers Season in Review DVD?

Is it in the context of: “Since I’m doing such a s$*%%# job as the manager of an overpaid roster, can we just connect the dots and assume this is all a reflection of my inability to make a bunch of modern-day egos understand the Donnie Baseball system? Do we have to pass around more eye black and institute a mandatory mustache rule?”

Could it be: “Where did Punto, Hairston and Schumaker skip off to again? Can Trey Hillman find that out for me?”

Or is just a matter of having Yasiel Puig’s translator spend more quality time with Hanley Ramirez?

More questions for this week, read on ….

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