Tourist/Dodger first baseman James Loney enjoyed the sights of Taiwan on the Dodgers’ trip to the island in March.
Loney purchased a picture with himself superimposed in front of Taipei 101, formerly the world’s tallest building, while standing on one of the upper levels of the skyscraper.
He knew it was a silly picture, as he leaned back with his arms folded, yet he still showed it off to teammates.
Enjoying the food, that’s another story.
Upon arriving at a table where Manny Ramirez was eating, the Dodger left fielder urged Loney to eat.
Once Ramirez turned away, Loney curled his upper lip while looking at the food.
“What’s that?” he asked in half-curiosity, half-disgust.