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Old 04-06-2006, 11:44 AM   #76
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I'm sure he'll get it closer to the plate than Rick Ankiel ever could.
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like that's an accomplishment
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new stadium details for the mets were released today... once again they have the opening in the ballpark facing away from the manhattan skyline... at least the opening points towards flushing bay now and not towards the junkyards.





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it certainly does look quite nice... still don't know why they don't flip the stadium around so that the opening faces towards manhattan, but eh, whatever... also gotta wonder about the plane noise... the path of the planes out of laguardia will take them right over home plate in the new park. don't know if that will make much of a difference or not... as long as shea's getting torn down, i don't care.
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Perhaps because it would be facing west and you'd have stronger winds.

I think that's why @ Petco, they don't face the ocean
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oh mike and the mad dog are just hilarious today...

they open with enter sandman, complete with the call of the homerun off wagner, and then switch to Taps, complete with the call of jorge julio entering the game.

bunch of wisenheimers
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those guys annoy me. They're always whining and they care WAY TOO MUCH about tv ratings. Always predicting the Neilson ratings etc. I don't care.
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Just a hint of what's in store for him this season from fans.
I'm never taking Carek1230 to a baseball game again!
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Looks like 0-162.
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Any historians remember this journeyman from the 1980's...

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Any historians remember this journeyman from the 1980's...

I remember Rusty well.

Of course his name is pronounced "koontz", but you'll never hear me pronounce it properly.
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I like these Mets

We have Wagner popping off a bit lately
We have Pedro hitting Guillen for the 100th time in 2 seasons
and we had Delgado standing like a bouncer in between guillen and pedro last night probably saying "You aint gettin' nowhere near my ace, bitach"

2006 NY Mets = New York team w/ BALLZ
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