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Old 08-23-2007, 03:19 PM   #16
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My braves suck.

Smoltz and Hudson have to pitch every other day.

Still a chance I guess, but unlikely.
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Wow, Neil Lomax. There's a blast from the past.
His son is playing in the Little League World Series.
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The Mariners are liking playing in Texas right now. A 7-run inning to go up 8-3, awesome! That ballpark is seeing some hitting this week!
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Yeah. Awesome. Shit.

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Yeah. Awesome. Shit.

Are you the Yankees fan?

<devilish grin>

Mwahahaha!
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I am A Yankee fan, not THE Yankee fan. Then again, in this thread, I'm the only real Yankee fan. Mr. Pryck roots for all NY teams, so he's disqualified.

I will hate Seattle forever for what happened in 1995, regardless of the Yanks giving Seattle the boot from the playoffs in 2000 and 2001. Sad part is I love the city of Seattle, but hate the Mariners and hate the Seahawks for their whining after SB XL.

That all being said, Ichiro is my favorite non-Yankee.
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I am A Yankee fan, not THE Yankee fan. Then again, in this thread, I'm the only real Yankee fan. Mr. Pryck roots for all NY teams, so he's disqualified.

I will hate Seattle forever for what happened in 1995, regardless of the Yanks giving Seattle the boot from the playoffs in 2000 and 2001. Sad part is I love the city of Seattle, but hate the Mariners and hate the Seahawks for their whining after SB XL.

That all being said, Ichiro is my favorite non-Yankee.
1995 was loads of fun! That was the year that Seattle baseball really arrived. But you certainly have gotten us back since then.

I'm glad you guys have A-Rod -- it's fun hating on him with the Yankees. <wink>

I'd have to say that Ichiro is my favorite non-Yankee too! The guy is, like, timeless. From another time, another place. He's the Bruce Lee of baseball. The Zen Master.
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If randhail can pull Phil Plantier out at any given moment, then you must be on the lookout for the occasional Neil Lomax or Gary Hogeboom from me.
I've got to tip my cap to you - I've never heard of either one of those guys. Well done reaching into the way back machine.
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Never heard of Lomax or Hogeboom?

Hewson, that makes me feel oldm what about you?

Lomax probably debuted in the NFL when you were just born, Randhail. He was actually a decent QB, just on a horrid team. It was pretty much him and Otis Anderson, and 20 stiffs. I think they were 9-7 in 83 or 84, crummy for his other years.
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Never heard of Lomax or Hogeboom?

Hewson, that makes me feel oldm what about you?
Age is state of mind, I have the mental outllook of a 17 year old, so all is good.

And Hogeboom should be well known to people these days after his stint as Gary Hawkins on Survivor a couple of years ago.
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That ballpark is seeing some hitting this week!
The Rangers scored their 3 touchdowns and 3 field goals on the road at Baltimore's Camden Yards.
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Baltimore hasn't seen that kind of production in its area for a while. The Ravens haven't scored 30 points since 2005.
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"Ichiro is the Bruce Lee of baseball."

Great line! I love Ichiro. He plays the game right.

Seattle is a good team, but I'm hoping for a total Angel collapse. I'd much rather see the Yanks play Seattle then the Angels. They pretty much own the Yanks.
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I am A Yankee fan, not THE Yankee fan. Then again, in this thread, I'm the only real Yankee fan. Mr. Pryck roots for all NY teams, so he's disqualified.

I will hate Seattle forever for what happened in 1995, regardless of the Yanks giving Seattle the boot from the playoffs in 2000 and 2001. Sad part is I love the city of Seattle, but hate the Mariners and hate the Seahawks for their whining after SB XL.

That all being said, Ichiro is my favorite non-Yankee.
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Seattle is a good team, but I'm hoping for a total Angel collapse. I'd much rather see the Yanks play Seattle then the Angels. They pretty much own the Yanks.
Hey, I'm hoping for a total Angel collapse, too!

But I'd rather Seattle face the Angels ... as the Yankees pretty much own the Mariners in the playoffs.

But hey - the good news is that Seattle is only 1 game behind the Angels in the AL West! I think that's the closest we've been all season!
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