The Legend of Joe Beimel

Meet Troy from West Virginia. This dude is a huge Joe Beimel fan. I mean huge! Why ? I don’t know. But it’s ok. Check out his video.

He has a couple more videos posted on YouTube. Well guess who saw his video ? Yeah that’s right, Joe Beimel himself saw the video. Check out the following video.

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Hey Roberto:

Troy is certainly one cool dude and obviously a clone of Elvis Presley — you just gotta love his sideburns! He did an outstanding job with his introduction about (The Legend of Joe Beimel). It won’t be long before there is a cult following — Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Joe Beimel (97)…

Now John, (Super Fan), the preacher from Pennsylvania was simply amazing in his sermon about his preparation for the 2008 baseball season. He’s pumped, he’s psyched, he loves baseball and most importantly, he’s on a mission! Super Fan should be negotiating the new contract for Beimel personally. If you can’t trust a man of the cloth — who can you trust?

Troy is ready, John is ready, I’m ready, bring on the heat!

I agree. Troy is one cool dude. He has even made me a Beimel fan. lol I can’t wait for the season to start.

Hi Roberto:

I’m back. I forgot to mention that Troy from West Virginia also has a striking resemblance to ex Dodger flame thrower Eric Gagne. But he will have to grow a little bit of chin music for that intimidating look and pick up a pair of goggles from Walmart!

Surfs up and I’m curious about the photo of you with shades on scanning the coastline… What is the name of that beautiful beach in Southern California?

I spent some time viewing all of the awesome photos in your photo album today. Please keep up the excellent work and don’t forget to thank the official photographer? Looking at those photos brought back a lot of baseball memories — Fernando Valenzuela, Tommy Lasorda, Rick Monday, Dusty Baker, Kirk Gibson, Orel Hershiser, Ron Cey, Rollie Fingers, Rod Carew, Tony Gwynn, Cal Ripken, and the list goes on and on! You probably know that, “a picture is worth a thousand words”, by admiring it’s true significance. Your personal collection is overwhelming and truly indicates that you absolutely love the game of baseball and especially the Los Angeles Dodgers.

What type of camera do you use and is it possible to add some photos of Dodger Stadium to your website?

Hello Roberto:

Final word about the You(Tube) videos. Upon further review, I must state for the record, Troy has excellent taste in music, and in fact, the (Red Hot Chili Peppers) are one of my favorite bands.

Just imagine, Troy and John at the same baseball game, seating beside each other and rooting for Joe Beimel!

There is no doubt in my mind that extra security will have to be increased for their safety at the game and not the baseball players.

Hello Mike, thanks for the comments. To answer your questions… The beach is Laguna Beach. The camera is a small Hewlett-Packard. Nothing fancy. I will be updating the photo albums this year. So I should be posting pictures of different things besides me posing with players.

Thanks :)

Thanks for the reply. Your camera takes excellent photographs and I look forward to your updates this year. That’s all for now.

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