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Old 10-20-2006, 05:18 PM   #151
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I thought Pujols made a very bush league play the other night. Cliff Floyd who is SEVERLY hobbled w/ multiple leg injuries, grounded out to first base, Poo Holes caught it and the pitcher was standing on/near the first base bag, and he declined to throw it over to the pitcher and instead took his time to get to the bag just so Cliff would try to run as fast as he could to first base and make him run hard the whole way.

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In the middle of a play as a first basemen I would never think that is the thought. I disagree completely as did some others that Pujoles ran it over "just so Cliff would try to run as fast as he could." I think that's deliberately looking to find something to get pissed off about for the other team.
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But if Pujols played for the Mets...
What difference would that make? Is there some fan law that says you have to love every guy on the team you root for?
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Old 10-20-2006, 07:49 PM   #153
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What difference would that make? Is there some fan law that says you have to love every guy on the team you root for?
no, but when someone is on your team you see things in a different light

like from a Cardinals fan perspective, Jose Reyes looked like a fool and was showing up the Cardinals with all of his lame celebration dances

but if I were a Mets fan I'd probably think, hey he is just showing enthusiasm and enjoying the postseason experience

so fans will see what they want to see, depending what side youre on
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In my world, I'd like to think I have the ability to call a douchebag a douchebag.

I'm nobody's ass-clown.
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What difference would that make? Is there some fan law that says you have to love every guy on the team you root for?
Just wondering if the criticism would be the same if Pujols (probably the best baseball player at the moment) was on your favorite team.
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In my world, I'd like to think I have the ability to call a douchebag a douchebag.

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well you like that douchebag catcher of yours, but i bet if he played for the cubs, or twins, or tigers or whatever you wouldnt be so fond of him
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no, but when someone is on your team you see things in a different light

like from a Cardinals fan perspective, Jose Reyes looked like a fool and was showing up the Cardinals with all of his lame celebration dances

but if I were a Mets fan I'd probably think, hey he is just showing enthusiasm and enjoying the postseason experience

so fans will see what they want to see, depending what side youre on
Yeah, like how I think Donovan McNabb's moonwalk was entertaining.

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Old 10-20-2006, 08:37 PM   #158
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well you like that douchebag catcher of yours, but i bet if he played for the cubs, or twins, or tigers or whatever you wouldnt be so fond of him
Hey! He did play for the twin. I always shook an angry fist at him when he did b/c he killed the Sock. Oh, and AJ is a total douche when he flips his bat towards the visitors dugout after hitting a homer.




You know who I've always though was a douchebag? Frank Thomas. Yeah, yeah, best hitter in Sock history. . . Still a major douche. Everyone knows it too.
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You know who I've always though was a douchebag? Frank Thomas. Yeah, yeah, best hitter in Sock history. . . Still a major douche. Everyone knows it too.


See, I always liked Big Frank. Here's my theory, if you are going to be a fuck face, be a fuck face all the time. Don't try to make people think you are a good guy. I never saw Frank Thomas try to do that - he was an ass 100% of the time.

I can respect that.
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Detroit sure looked like the inferior team - they were really sloppy tonight.
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