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Old 02-07-2008, 11:46 AM   #406
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honestly... it's not as if pedro beat his cock and then burried it in the backyard.
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Has anyone seen the video?
Who's cock was bigger, Pedro's or Marichal's?
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Old 02-07-2008, 11:59 AM   #408
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marichal's cock had a higher leg kick but pedro's cock changed speeds well.
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I'm staying out of this one.
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Old 02-07-2008, 12:08 PM   #410
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Wow I checked into this thread expecting discussion of Roger's scabby gauze pads...but nope, instead it's Pedro's cock.

Ya think Pedro's cock could knock down Don Zimmer? How about Karim Garcia?
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Old 02-07-2008, 12:09 PM   #411
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pedro's cock use to be able to dominate for a long time... but as he gets older, i'm afriad he's only a 6 inning cock these days.

need a lot of mop up work for pedro's cock to be succesful.
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Old 02-07-2008, 12:16 PM   #412
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Did someone say cock?

























ok, i'll leave now...
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Old 02-07-2008, 12:23 PM   #413
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Well his cock has to bat now, takes a lot of steam out of it...
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you ruined it
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Ok, so I exaggerated. Santana is more coveted these days than Smoltz, but the fact still remains that even in his old age Smoltz was in the top tier of dominant pitchers last year. It's amazing really.

Why don't Sabathia and Peavy qualify as contenders for the "best current pitcher" award? Obviously they both won Cy Youngs last year and Santana didn't. Is it because of Sabathia's weight? Or the old scouting reports that were sketchy on Peavy?

If you consider Beckett a contender simply because he's been dominant in the postseason, perhaps it should also be recognized that Santana has yet to prove himself in the postseason.
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What was bigger, Pedro's cock or the late great Nelson De la Rosa?
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And for the record, I think Santana's a great pitcher and obviously a great acquisition for the Mets. I just don't think that because of Santana the NL East should be handed to them on a silver platter just yet.
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Ok, so I exaggerated. Santana is more coveted these days than Smoltz, but the fact still remains that even in his old age Smoltz was in the top tier of dominant pitchers last year. It's amazing really.

Why don't Sabathia and Peavy qualify as contenders for the "best current pitcher" award? Obviously they both won Cy Youngs last year and Santana didn't. Is it because of Sabathia's weight? Or the old scouting reports that were sketchy on Peavy?

If you consider Beckett a contender simply because he's been dominant in the postseason, perhaps it should also be recognized that Santana has yet to prove himself in the postseason.
consistancy and length of dominance, combined with age.

beckett's regular season numbers are not as good as santana's, but he's a proven clutch performer. so he enters the conversation the same way smoltz and schilling always had their names in the conversation, even though there were guys with better stats.

santana has been inconsistant in his limited post-season appearances. yes, i will give you that.
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And for the record, I think Santana's a great pitcher and obviously a great acquisition for the Mets. I just don't think that because of Santana the NL East should be handed to them on a silver platter just yet.
when making predictions you're obviously not taking injuries into effect. even the greatest team ever can fall apart if they get hit with a rash of injuries.

but what's lost is that, other than a 3 week stretch of the season at the absolute worst time, the mets dominated the NL East last year. and now they just added the best pitcher in baseball.

that... that's pretty good right there.
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that...and you dumped Mota on Milwaukee

and yes, injuries would probably be the reason the Mets don't with the East, if that happens.

on paper, the Mets look the best. I'm still looking forward to watching the Phillies battle though.
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