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    Where are the Rangers fans? Granted, football season has started and the Rangers have not had a great season, but not one Ranger fan?

  • #2
    why should anyone like them anyway?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by rx
      why should anyone like them anyway?
      I dunno', maybe for the same reasons you like your team. Just a guess.
      Never confuse character with geography --- Red Smith
      Astros Daily

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      • #4
        Originally posted by rxpro
        why should anyone like them anyway?
        The Rangers are my favorite team, I live in Dallas and I find that comment extremly insipid. I and many others choose to like them maybe because they have some of the best young players in baseball (Young, Texiera) and they are the best slugging team in baseball (blows away every other team in total HRs and SLG%). They're a few solid starters away from being serious contenders and those are very good reasons to like them. Why do you like your favortie team rxpro, or do you switch favortie teams after every world series?
        Last edited by [email protected]; 09-22-2005, 05:43 PM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by [email protected]
          The Rangers are my favorite team, I live in Dallas and I find that comment extremly insipid. I and many others choose to like them maybe because they have some of the best young players in baseball (Young, Texiera) and they are the best slugging team in baseball (blows away every other team in total HRs and SLG%). They're a few solid starters away from being serious contenders and those are very good reasons to like them. Why do you like your favortie team rxpro, or do you switch favortie teams after every world series?
          Take it easy Chuck but there are very good reasons to like the Rangers like Teixeira , Millwood and Young but they also have a very nice ballpark but unfortunately are in a big football city

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          • #6
            Originally posted by whosyourpapi
            Take it easy Chuck but there are very good reasons to like the Rangers like Teixeira , Millwood and Young but they also have a very nice ballpark but unfortunately are in a big football city
            techincally not a big football city yet, new cowboys stadium hasnt been built in Arlington yet..the current is located in Irving:atthepc
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Steve Jeltz
              Where are the Rangers fans? Granted, football season has started and the Rangers have not had a great season, but not one Ranger fan?
              Despite my name, I live in Irving, TX, and follow the Rangers avidly as they are the local team.
              Let's Talk Rangers Baseball!!!
              1968 and 1984, the greatest ever.

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              • #8
                i'm a ranger's fan just because Otsuka came to this team.

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                • #9
                  me too

                  I'm a Ranger fan too. Have been for about 27 years (or since I married that Texas girl who told me I had to come to Texas..) If the pitching ever comes through, and it's looking good this year, I think they can be awesome. They looked good today against TB and have for the last several games. I'm not a big fan of Coco as the ace reliever. And along those lines, I think Buck is a little quick with the hook. But I'm encouraged...

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                  • #10
                    I am also a rangers fan. it seems with the team we have this year it will be a fun one.
                    " One of the beautiful things about baseball is that every once in a while you come into a situation where you want to, and where you have to,
                    reach down and prove something." Nolan Ryan.

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