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  1. #281
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    Exclamation Pitchers duel...

    We go to the bottom of the 12th inning... Nutin' 2 Nutin'
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    Talking Final! 1-0 Yankees!

    Yankees WIN! on Sori's RBI single in the 12th.

    Go Pale hose!
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    Update?

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    Post Update...

    AL East Update...

    1. NYY 42 29 .592 --
    2. Bos 40 30 .571 -1.5
    3. Tor 40 31 .563 -2.0

    Thru games of 6/18/2003...
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    Arrow MOVE OVER, WILL YA?


    AL East Update...

    Thru games of 6/19/2003...

    [list=1][*]NYY 42 29 --
    [*]Bos 41 30 -1.0
    [*]Tor 41 31 -1.5
    [/list=1]


    * It's getting awefully crowded up here...

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    Talking Scores from around the city...

    FINAL! -- June 2oth, 2oo3 @Shea Stadium
    Yankees 5

    Mets 0*
    *as in nadda', nutin, gooseeggs, blanked, shutout, didn't score nary a run, whitewashed, spanked...
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    Lightbulb NOMAR - Tied AL & Red Sox Club Record

    Nomar goes 6 for 6 with a walk!
    You'd figure, "this is going to be a special day"... right?

    Well, we both figured WRONG!___

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    Re: NOMAR - Tied AL & Red Sox Club Record

    Originally posted by KenFougere
    Nomar goes 6 for 6 with a walk!
    You'd figure, "this is going to be a special day"... right?

    Well, we both figured WRONG!___
    Seems that the $20m man had better start using his bionic muscles sometime soon. Having an oh fer day which is this close can't be good.

    6 for 6 proves that Nomar is white hot about now, so if anyone needs to be pitched around, it would be him.
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    Exclamation He's flying....

    Saturday Nomar went 6 for 6...
    Tonight 5 for 5 now batting .344!

    He is WHITE hot...it's incredible to watch him now.

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    (spoken in old western movie speak)
    There's only one team that'll make my blood boil...and that's them durn DODGERS. I 'spose we'll have to put them outta their misery..


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    Frisco: (and yes I know you guys don't like that term), maybe more specifically Bonds, Barry Bonds. My Pads just seem to pitch BP to him.

    LA: I love Vinny, but I hate the arrogant Rodger Dodger Fans.

    SFGIANTFAN: I just flushed my toilet 5 times, in your honor....I just love using your water!
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    Tampa put up a good series. Has their pitching improved that much? The series wasn't played in New York, so why was the games so tight? We're going there next.

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    I can't stand Atlanta fans in any sport. They are the biggest "front running" fans I have ever seen. It's sick to see that these fans don't even show up during the playoffs.

    The other team/fans are the Cubbies of course. But I can't say too much about them because they love them no matter how bad/good they are. But they seem to be a little over happy when they are leading the division.

    As far as the AL.....can't stand the Yankee's, although I respect their history. I like the stories/careers of the older Yankee's (Joe D, Mick, Yogi, Lou), but I can't stand the new guys. Let the damn Red Sox win the division every once in awhile would ya

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    Originally posted by KenFougere
    Tampa put up a good series. Has their pitching improved that much? The series wasn't played in New York, so why was the games so tight? We're going there next.
    TB is a team which is a spoiler, not a champ. Against equally lousy teams, they'll play their usual low quality game. When they see a contending team, it's like they smell blood. They've beaten the Mariners before, Boston, Yanks, A's, just about everybody in seasons past.

    I don't think their pitching is so good, except Zambrano seems to be on a hot streak right now, and Rolls seems to hit Yankee pitching at will. I think it's the overall inability of the Yanks to bring home the 3B runner. Not small ball at all, and if the hitters can't figure out the pitchers, singles or doubles become GIDPs, another thing we're often victim of.

    Piniella especially hates losing to the Yanks after George fired him, so that could be a key. I still say they'll go after you guys tough also, since you're also a contender.
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    Originally posted by cardinals03
    As far as the AL.....can't stand the Yankee's, although I respect their history. I like the stories/careers of the older Yankee's (Joe D, Mick, Yogi, Lou), but I can't stand the new guys. Let the damn Red Sox win the division every once in awhile would ya
    Nope. We want to win them all!
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    Lightbulb Give, give, give . . .

    Originally posted by YankeeMan
    Nope. We want to win them all!
    Your benevolence is an inspiration to us all. ___

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    Exclamation New Major League Record

    The Red Sox scored 10 runs in the 1st inning without making an out!
    New Major League Record. All Red Sox starters have scored at least once. Marlins pitchers have thrown 80 pitches so far in this first inning. Sox have now batted around twice. 13-1 and still the 1st inning which has lasted almost ONE HOUR! Johnny Damon is now getting up for the THIRD TIME in the 1st inning!!!!!
    Well it's over (1st) 14 runs 13 hits...UNREAL!!!
    Last edited by KenFougere; 06-27-2003 at 05:25 PM.

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    Re: New Major League Record

    Originally posted by KenFougere
    The Red Sox scored 10 runs in the 1st inning without making an out!
    New Major League Record. All Red Sox starters have scored at least once. Marlins pitchers have thrown 80 pitches so far in this first inning. Sox have now batted around twice. 13-1 and still the 1st inning which has lasted almost ONE HOUR! Johnny Damon is now getting up for the THIRD TIME in the 1st inning!!!!!
    Well it's over (1st) 14 runs 13 hits...UNREAL!!!

    Let's hope the Boston bullpen doesn't blow the lead. That would be one record they wouldn't want from this game!
    Go crazy folks. Go crazy!

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    Re: Re: New Major League Record

    Originally posted by cardinals03
    Let's hope the Boston bullpen doesn't blow the lead. That would be one record they wouldn't want from this game!
    I think they're saving that for the next time they're in The Series.
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    Re: Re: New Major League Record

    Originally posted by cardinals03
    Let's hope the Boston bullpen doesn't blow the lead. That would be one record they wouldn't want from this game!
    You're right. Stay tuned...

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