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Old 06-09-2005, 07:17 AM   #391
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going to my second Met game (got a 6-pack with some friends) sunday vs. the southern califrornia metroplex angels... and the collie molestor himself will be on the mound... my first time seeing pedro pitch in person.
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Old 06-09-2005, 07:48 AM   #392
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nice. have a blast.

i gotta get out to shea soon. I miss that damn beat up red apple that pops up when a met hits a homer
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Old 06-09-2005, 07:57 AM   #393
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Nationals are leading their division...

I guess I need to become a baseball fan quick.
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Old 06-09-2005, 08:29 AM   #394
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Nationals have some talent........they could eventually end up in first or at the very least, become a spoiler down the stretch.
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Old 06-09-2005, 09:37 PM   #395
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Nationals have been winning by only a small handful runs each game (ala Chicago White Sox - outside of last night). they need to produce more runs.

I have been amazed by the Phillies. I have seen them play four games this year already (in three different ballparks), and they SUCKED up each of those games (except when they beat the Cubs ).

I am excited about the National League East (that sounds weird).
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It's been, oh, 87 years now, but MLB finally figured out that a series between the Cubs and Red Sox was probably a good idea...
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It's been, oh, 87 years now, but MLB finally figured out that a series between the Cubs and Red Sox was probably a good idea...
Yeah, not so good if you live in Lakeview and want to go anywhere this weekend...
And enough with the "Curse" garbage! Excuses, excuses.
PS--> I just heard on the radio that scalpers are selling tickets at face value outside the park. Apparently they have too many. Get over there people if you're interested.
Can't there be a rain out so noone wins.

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i'm going tomorrow.

go cubs.
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i think i hate everyone named Kaz. Obviously im a mets fan. Matsui and Ishii will be the downfall of this team
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the yankees are terrible. and by terrible i mean fundamently terrible.

watching giambi botch three plays, posada have a passed ball down the middle of the plate (granted the ball was high but still...youre a catcher...catch...), sheffield go down on one knee to field a ball on a basehit to rightfield with a runner on first and then making a terrible throw to third base allowing sanders to go second and then having robinson cano have a nice E-4....

if youre not playing well against the royals, twins and brewers and you plan to play like this against st louis, youll get what has happened so far.
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I am trying to figure out why you are putting the Twins in the same sentence as the Brewers and Royals. with a 603. winning percentage, they have the third best record in MLB behind The White Sox and Cardinals.

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I am trying to figure out why you are putting the Twins in the same sentence as the Brewers and Royals. with a 603. winning percentage, they have the third best record in MLB behind The White Sox and Cardinals.

the twins are a very good team but they're a team that the yankees have historicly handled with ease. the brewers and royals blow. losing the series to two horrific teams and one team that you normaly beat just adds to the ever growing facts that the yankees, despite an MVP type season out of a-rod, just really aren't that good. their pitching is old and with the exception of rivera their bullpen stinks. randy johnson has finally broken down. he either needs to go back to the NL, where he may be able to squeek out another good year or two, or simply just retire. it's over for him.

back to a-rod for a second... how ironic is it that now that he's finally putting up the numbers we expect him to put up, the yankees stink.

and now to the twins, and the AL central in general... cleveland, kansas city and detroit (bitches) all suck... and really really suck... so both minnesota and chicago have a chance to win a lot of games.

the angels and the rangers don't appear to be going anywhere, and seattle and oakland both blow.

the orioles and red sox are both going to be there till the end, and it looks like even toronto will be hovering around .500 for the season.

so long story short... it's gonna be hard as shit for the yankees to get into the playoffs... in fact, it's going to be difficult for any team from the AL east to win the wild card... so Boston best take over baltimore if they want to defend their title.
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I am trying to figure out why you are putting the Twins in the same sentence as the Brewers and Royals. with a 603. winning percentage, they have the third best record in MLB behind The White Sox and Cardinals.

i think he mentioned those 3 teams because those are the last 3 teams the Yankees has played, and they had played piss poor against all 3 of those teams
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the twins are a very good team but they're a team that the yankees have historicly handled with ease. the brewers and royals blow. losing the series to two horrific teams and one team that you normaly beat just adds to the ever growing facts that the yankees, despite an MVP type season out of a-rod, just really aren't that good.
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i think he mentioned those 3 teams because those are the last 3 teams the Yankees has played, and they had played piss poor against all 3 of those teams
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