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Old 12-09-2010, 04:36 PM   #91
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Yes. I should have increased that to 25 years to make it clear. See, the way this offseason is going, 15 years is borderline realistic.
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Note to self: teach offspring to throw a baseball with their left hand.
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Note to self: teach offspring to throw a baseball with their left hand.
That or bat left handed.
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Adrian Gonzalez and Carl Crawford?

Holy fucking shit. Ladies and gentlemen, the two best teams in the American league have the word Sox in their names.
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Holy fucking shit. Ladies and gentlemen, the two best teams in the American league have the word Sux in their names.
Are you with me Yankee fans?

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:: slips on Yankees jersey ::

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Game on bitches
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This is why the owners never win a labor dispute... there's always a moron somewhere who's willing to give 20 million to jayson fucking werthless, blowing the whole market to shreds
That deal still makes me grin from ear to ear.
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Let me amend my statement. We've got a long way to go before next October, so we can let the play on the field decide who the best team in baseball is. So what I really should have said is that the two Sox teams have had the best offseasons of anyone in the American League.

Haven't kept as close an eye on the NL. What teams over there look to have improved themselves the most?
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The moves in the NL have been much more subtle than those in the AL. Nothing huge so far.
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The moves in the NL have been much more subtle than those in the AL. Nothing huge so far.

Yeah, except for that whole Werth deal thingie. Very subtle there.
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Let me amend my statement. We've got a long way to go before next October, so we can let the play on the field decide who the best team in baseball is. So what I really should have said is that the two Sox teams have had the best offseasons of anyone in the American League.

Haven't kept as close an eye on the NL. What teams over there look to have improved themselves the most?
It's all good.

I'm just eager for Opening Day.
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Cliff Lee should do a one-hour special on ESPN to announce where he will be taking his talents.

Oh wait.
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Old 12-10-2010, 10:33 AM   #105
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Cliff Lee should do a one-hour special on ESPN to announce where he will be taking his talents.

Oh wait.

ESPN?

C'mon, they'd be the 3rd stop. If the Yanks sign him, the YES Network would be the first stop. 2nd would be the MLB Network if Texas or some other team signs him.

Obviously, I know you're referring to King James and joking, but c'mon!
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