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 Post subject: Re: MLB.
PostPosted: Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:22 am 
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why so aggro dude?

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Well they are totally fucked now. Worst case scenario for the Rangers is Game 7 with Lee at home. Most likely they finish it tomorrow.


I think it will go to 6 or 7 but yeah, I don't see the Yanks getting out of this jam. I'd love to see San Francisco in the WS, though it would be nice to see Halladay get a ring.


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 Post subject: Re: MLB.
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Molina + Lee = Yankee Killers


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i think liam was just curious as to why you were picking on babyfuckers


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 Post subject: Re: MLB.
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I wish I could rant about the Phillies, but unfortunately watching a game by hitting "refresh" when the teacher isn't looking doesn't provide me with enough details.

The Giants have had amazing pitching for about a month and the Phillies bats have not been healthy enough all season to find a rhythm. I don't understand why Jimmy is batting 6th as he is much better on the basepaths than Shane, but I can't actually see the games. But I'm hoping our big three can pull out the next three. If not, well, I still love my team. I'll probably just get drunk.


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 Post subject: Re: MLB.
PostPosted: Thu Oct 21, 2010 8:17 am 
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A fair point, they're misunderstood mostly.

:siren: one of the sad realities of our world today

Good game last night. Buster Posey is too good, I love him.


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 Post subject: Re: MLB.
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Looks like it's gonna be Rangers in 6. I had a feeling they wouldn't have been able to close it out last night. In this series at least Sabathia is reminiscent of 2004 Curt Schilling, minus the overblown bloody-sock stuff.


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 Post subject: Re: MLB.
PostPosted: Fri Oct 22, 2010 11:17 am 
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Jesus, someone needs give a raise to the guy who makes the headlines for mlb.com:

"Yanks take it to seven, or Texas is in Fall heaven"

"Doc gives Philly a shot, prescribes home remedy"

"Giants wave a magic Juan, walk off for 3-1 lead"

"A-Rod's stand-up play at home turns out A-OK"

"CC y'all in Texas: Yanks force Game 6"

"ConvincingLee, Texas blanks NY, goes up 2-1"

"Cain on your parade: Giants up 2-1 on Phillies"

all in the last few days :lol:


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Good game last night eh?


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Whoa. It's so weird reading "big-bucks teams" and Philies in the same sentence. After a decade and a half of watching the front office chronically underspend, it's nice to see ownership that actually cares about winning.

Although, it's not like we are going out and buying the best free agents. This has mostly been trades and giving raises to the players who were already here. To compare the Phillies to the Yankees seems kind of wrong.


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I just went to a sportsbook.com and put a million dollars on Jonathon Sanchez throwing his 2nd no-hitter today


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Rangers win! Rangers win! Thuhhhhhhh RANGERS WIN!

I fucking hate Michael Kay's voice. Good on Lewis, Cruz and Vlad to finally stomp the Yankees' season into the ground.


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let's go Giants :boohoo:


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Let's go Phillies.


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Ace of Spades wrote:
Looks like it's gonna be Rangers in 6. I had a feeling they wouldn't have been able to close it out last night. In this series at least Sabathia is reminiscent of 2004 Curt Schilling, minus the overblown bloody-sock stuff.


I wouldn't say he was like 2004 Schilling. His game 5 was the most hits I've seen someone give up allowing only 2 runs. His Whip was near 2. That's not good pitching that's lucky pitching.


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pgm wrote:
Whoa. It's so weird reading "big-bucks teams" and Philies in the same sentence. After a decade and a half of watching the front office chronically underspend, it's nice to see ownership that actually cares about winning.

Although, it's not like we are going out and buying the best free agents. This has mostly been trades and giving raises to the players who were already here. To compare the Phillies to the Yankees seems kind of wrong.


This Yanks team has more than a few free agents but also a lot of homegrown talent. Pettite, Rivera, Jeter, and Posada are lifers. Cano and Phil Hughes are home grown. I don't think it's that big of a stretch. Especially if we want to compare it to the Yanks when they were great where it was mostly homegrown talent.


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