SF Mission District Bulldogs Baseball

General Description of the Bulldog

The Bulldog is a medium sized dog whose build suggests strength and vitality. It is a stocky dog with broad shoulders and a large, short head. The eyes are moderately sized, round and dark, and set wide apart and low away from the ears. Bulldogs have a good amount of muscle tissue which make them a very sturdy dog. Their shoulder muscles and back legs are especially muscular and powerful.

Bulldog Temperament

Don’t let the Bulldog’s scowling visage fool you, because those sagging jowls can just as easily be turned into a smile only a mother could love. For a dog that was bred to go toe to toe with bulls, the Bulldog is extraordinarily docile and gentle. Anyone who has spent any time with this breed will tell you that they are truly affectionate, and much more likely to lick your face than bite your head off. Bulldogs are kind with children and cats, and sociable around strangers. Strange dogs are another story, however, and perhaps the only time you will see a Bulldog act aggressive and mean is in the presence of a dog it just doesn’t like; this behavior is especially prevalent among males. The Bulldog is quite playful, but it will protect it's pack and remain steadfast in the face of conflict at any cost.

Summer '09  5-2-2
Summer '10  3-5-1
Spring    '11  3-6
Spring    '12  2-8
Things a Bulldog does before a game.

The night before:
-10 Situps
-10 Pushups
-Get protective cup and hat together

Before the game:
-Get protective cup and hat together
-Eat slightly smaller than regular meal preferably a couple of hours prior to the game
-If possible do light strecht at home, and arrive early at the game...to strecth and warm up.