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    Re: Re: I Love New York

    Originally posted by Mattingly
    Now that you've messed up the grounds, we'll send you a large bill for the cleanup and broken chairs and stuff. If Theo broke any more windows, we'll send you a bill for that too.

    Too much partying at our expense. No fair, no fair!
    You know as well as I do, especially this rivalry, in a months time the Sox could be 10 games behind. And I know 1st hand how many pieces someone will rip me into... With that said, I have to enjoy this while I can . . .

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    Originally posted by cardinals03
    I wouldn't get too excited about the sweep of the Cards, it was in your back yard.
    This season, the Stadium isn't the Yanks backyard..
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    That's much better.

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    Talking

    Now all we gotta' do is beat Pedro!

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    Lightbulb

    Originally posted by YankeeMan
    Now all we gotta' do is beat Pedro!

    Yup, that's all you gotta' do!
    . . .
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    Originally posted by KenFougere

    Yup, that's all you gotta' do!
    . . .
    Piece of cake...

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    Originally posted by cardinals03
    I just registered with the site that week and I didn't see this thread at the time. And I wouldn't get too excited about the sweep of the Cards, it was in your back yard. If that series was in St. Louis, you would not have swept us. And we did go 7-5 against the AL East as you did against the NL Central, so we were pretty much even in interleague play.
    Oh really? What makes you so sure we wouldn't have swept you?

    Hey, the Yanks got no-hit at home, so, considering how poorly they'd done in June at home, I don't see how that's some giant "advantage". Had you checked Friday's and Saturday's score, it's obvious that Yankee Stadium isn't the automatic comfort zone you make it out to be.

    As to 7-5 vs AL East, that's nice. Which teams? Boston, Toronto and NY mean much more than Baltimore and TB.

    Instead of trying to yank someone's chain, why not just talk baseball. You may get much more respect that way, since anyone can go about getting that easy rise out of someone else. When I speak with Matt Morris (Cards board moderator here) or CardFanNV, I think there's mutual respect. Try doing this sometime. It helps.
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    Talking Monday, Monday

    Jeter is the only Yankee batting over .200 versus Pedro Martinez at .236...LOL!
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    Lightbulb Incoming!

    I guess Clemen$ was right when he said after he hit Kevin Millar with a pitch, "I didn't throw at him, players now-a-days don't know how to get out of the way of a pitch."___
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    Talking Yanks 2 BoSux 1 -- FINAL!

    AL East Update...

    1. NYY 54 33 .621 --
    2. Bos 50 37 .575 -4.0
    3. Tor 48 41 .539 -7.0

    Thru games of 7/7/2003...

    I told you it'd be a "piece of cake!"

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    Re: Yanks 2 BoSux 1 -- FINAL!

    Originally posted by YankeeMan
    AL East Update...

    1. NYY 54 33 .621 --
    2. Bos 50 37 .575 -4.0
    3. Tor 48 41 .539 -7.0

    Thru games of 7/7/2003...

    I told you it'd be a "piece of cake!"
    A very small piece at that...
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    Hey Biggerin, didn't you say Walker reminded you of Buckner? I guess I know what you mean now.

    In all fairness, I got my wish, it was a great game, and the Yanks won. Still the Yanks started the series 4 up and ended it 4 up.

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    Angry YM

    Change that to a sliver...

    {Too bad, i wanted to see you in R E D ! }

    Same wager at the end of the month?
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    Are you folks having fun in Beantown? Hope the chowdah hasn't gone stale or nuthing.
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    Re: YM

    Originally posted by KenFougere
    Change that to a sliver...

    {Too bad, i wanted to see you in R E D ! }

    Same wager at the end of the month?
    OK, but only under one condition: if we lose, I can use a picture of Teddy as my av, since I can't stand those patched red sox.

    Please post your request in the "wager" thread to get a reaction from the crowd.
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    hats off to pettitte and mussina. I'm not gonna try to come out with any excuse for these last two games, we just got beat.



    We'll sweep you in boston.
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    Originally posted by Biggerin
    hats off to pettitte and mussina. I'm not gonna try to come out with any excuse for these last two games, we just got beat.

    We'll sweep you in boston.
    Appreciated.

    When I had more confidence in the geezers, it was the 30 somethings who did the job. Andy hasn't had a game like that since last season at YS when he did a CG/SHO, outlasting about 8 Mets pitchers.

    If not for that almost error by Pride, Moose could've had an 8-inning SHO. Pedro wasn't giving anything up, knew when to stop the charge at 2 outs, 2 balls. He's a tough cookie, even if he needs to have the hitter chase a few balls low and wide.

    Everyone's sanity, and avs and sig are safe, so we'll see who brings the big broom next time.

    BTW, in the "wager" thread, we should include a bonus or penalty if one team sweeps.
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    Lightbulb A lesson learned

    Originally posted by Mattingly
    Are you folks having fun in Beantown? Hope the chowdah hasn't gone stale or nuthing.
    The thing I learned this weekend is: There's little or no stress watching the series when you win the first two. I realized this after someone {Whew!} was able to take his first relaxed breath in two days!!! ___
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    Re: A lesson learned

    Originally posted by KenFougere
    The thing I learned this weekend is: There's little or no stress watching the series when you win the first two. I realized this after someone {Whew!} was able to take his first relaxed breath in two days!!! ___
    You mean YM? That "Whew!" represented what tons of us were experiencing yesterday and today. Lots of dignity and honor, as well as standings at place.

    That and having to see some sig and av I didn't exactly want to wear.
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    hmm... when we... er... i meant if.. if we sweep you in boston... no I meant when...

    Anyway. when we sweep the yanks in boston, I say you make me and ken yankee mods for a day and let us go to town
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    Originally posted by Biggerin
    hmm... when we... er... i meant if.. if we sweep you in boston... no I meant when...

    Anyway. when we sweep the yanks in boston, I say you make me and ken yankee mods for a day and let us go to town
    That's up to the Commish, YM and VT. I don't know if you're going to paint the town fire engine red, but I've heard that one before.

    I can't do that to you guys, since I don't really talk smack here. In the bleachers with the "Yankees Suck" BoSox fans, that's a different story.

    If we're gonna go to town, I say we make a duded up sig that the other wouldn't dare wear in front of friends and family, as far as how it treats their own team.
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    lol, i was just joking as a co-moderator of the bosox foum, I don't want you yankee fans having any power

    But all I'd do is edit all the posts to say "Red Sox Forever" and "Gosh, I just LOVE the Red Sox" and stuff. I'd let ken do the fun stuff
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    Thumbs down Re: Red ............ Re: Red

    Originally posted by Mattingly
    OK, but only under one condition: if we lose, I can use a picture of Teddy as my av, since I can't stand those patched red sox.
    Nope, I really NEED to see red...you guys could use some color in your life! Trust me, you'll really hate it once you get used to it!_ _ _
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    Re: Re: Red ............ Re: Red

    Originally posted by KenFougere
    Nope, I really NEED to see red...you guys could use some color in your life! Trust me, you'll really hate it once you get used to it!_ _ _
    Okay, let me add some red to my sig and see how it looks...

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    Lightbulb Re: Re: Re: Red ............ Re: Red

    Originally posted by YankeeMan
    Okay, let me add some red to my sig and see how it looks...
    You know, in your original "Bambino" Sig, I was amazed you didn't have {forgot} 1978 listed...
    You're slippin'! _ What made you catch it?
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