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  • Re: That's ok . . .

    Originally posted by KenFougere
    Ya, but we like having you around anyway...pal.



    BTW...This post was # 1918 for the Bitter-Rivals Thread

    How appropriate it was me!
    Happy (early) Birthday to Ken. Like they said to George Burns, may there be many more to come!
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    • Re: Re: We won 4-2 but played badly...

      Originally posted by Mattingly
      Very true. Contreras needed several visits by Torre, their pitcher was holding our guys after the 2 runs, they nickle and dimed us to tie it up.

      Must've been too pumped up after the Boston series.
      Quit making excuses for him. He obviously needs to develop more -- maybe another pitch or something?
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      • Re: Re: Re: We won 4-2 but played badly...

        Originally posted by YankeeMan
        Quit making excuses for him. He obviously needs to develop more -- maybe another pitch or something?
        What else can I do? I still think that Millwood would've been a better investment, granted that he can excel outside of the NL East.

        Knock-knock.

        Who's there?

        Yankee bats, don't bother opening the door, we've broken it down.

        15-4 on Jorge's 7 RBI night, including a grand piece of salami.

        Now the Tigers have made two straight 2 out errors. Put that puppy to sleep.
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        • This will be post 1933 on this thread, which is the year that Babe Ruth played his last game as a pitcher. He threw a complete game and won.

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          • Originally posted by tearforamariner
            This will be post 1933 on this thread, which is the year that Babe Ruth played his last game as a pitcher. He threw a complete game and won.


            Wow, did he really?
            I wonder what records he might of set if he remained a pitcher?
            Who else in Major League history could excel to the levels he did as both a hitter & a pitcher? He was truly one of a kind!
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            • who knows Ken. Who knows what the Babe could have done.
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              • What might have been... Eh, Ken?
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                • Originally posted by KenFougere
                  Wow, did he really?
                  I wonder what records he might of set if he remained a pitcher?
                  Who else in Major League history could excel to the levels he did as both a hitter & a pitcher? He was truly one of a kind!
                  Who knows how the Boston dynasty would've been had you folks kept him?

                  No, No Nanette!
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                  • Originally posted by KenFougere
                    Wow, did he really?
                    I wonder what records he might of set if he remained a pitcher?
                    Who else in Major League history could excel to the levels he did as both a hitter & a pitcher? He was truly one of a kind!
                    Yes he was Ken. A truly great Red Sox player.

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                    • Damn Red Sox, i hate Boston, Ken tell the Red Sox to take it easy on the ChiSox cuz we can't seem to beat u.
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                      • The White Sox better win against Boston. My M's need it.

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                        • This is post 1941, when Ted Williams did a spectacular thing.

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                          • Changed the game

                            Originally posted by tearforamariner
                            Yes he was Ken. A truly great Red Sox player.
                            THE Best Baseball Player EVER.


                            He revolutionized baseball ...


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                            ...like the way Bobby Orr revolutionized hockey
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                            • Quit being such a homer...

                              ...You'll lose your creditability. Bobby Orr did NOT revolutionize hockey --- Wayne Gretzky did.
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                              • I thought Brian Rolston revolutionized the frozen game. Go Lakers!!
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