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  • Cost us the game probably.
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    • Originally posted by YankeeMan
      Cost us the game probably.
      You guys had a few of those kind of plays . . .
      Ken Fougère

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      • This was the biggest.
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        • Re: Geez...

          Originally posted by KenFougere
          So...He shouldn't expect a reply today then.

          Well, maybe tomorrow...
          Don't worry, Ken, you guys haven't lost today's game yet. Just a matter of time, I insist!

          I also think that Selig's up to no good in not forcing you guys to play on Thursday. Just think, on 10/2/03, we play baseball but you guys sit. You guys should just lose on Thursday, just for old times' sake!
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          • Originally posted by mojorisin71
            Who cares about polls? If 45% think that the Cubs or Red Sox are gong to win it all, then there's something wrong. Don't get me wrong, I love the Cubs, but come on, let's be realistic. One thing is to pick the sentimental favorite; another is to pick the one with the best chance of winning it all.
            Pssssssst, don't tell anybody, but Ken likes hocus-pocus, smoke and mirrors to make believe that they'll win it all. It's just his way of doing things. He knows he'll never get past the Yankees!

            If polls decided the final score, why would they need to play the game?
            Last edited by Mattingly; 10-01-2003, 10:37 AM.
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            • Originally posted by Mattingly
              He knows he'll never get past the Yankees!


              You mean the Twins, right? I checked yesterday's box score, and it didn't look too good for the Yankees. Or is Torre gonna bring it back to New York?

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              • I'm scared about the Cubs winning a game.I sure hope they don't make it to the next round. If Boston makes the World Series that is okay, but if the Cubs play Boston in the Fall Classic.
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                • Originally posted by tearforamariner
                  You mean the Twins, right? I checked yesterday's box score, and it didn't look too good for the Yankees. Or is Torre gonna bring it back to New York?
                  *Smacks hand on head*

                  Who do you think you are, a Yankee fan saying something like this? We won game 5 against Oakland in 2001, but lost game 5 against Seattle at the Kingdome 6 seasons prior. Ugh!

                  Anyway, if we win Thursday's game, I think we'll have a good shot at winning it in the Metrodome, or bringing it back to da Bronx.

                  Hey, Sweet Lou only had to win one more game to have his cup of Latte at Starbucks. Too bad the Big Bad Wolf had other ideas at Evil Empire Headquarters!
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                  • I just realized that Thursday's the 25th anniversary of Bucky's Big Blast! By default, since both the Yanks and Beantown will be playing, we're supposed to win, they're supposed to lose. Let's see if history's rules are still kind to us.
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                    • E X T R A - I N N I N G S



                      ***** T o d d W a l k e r ! *****


                      -------> HUGE NIGHT <-------
                      • 4 for 5
                      • 2 Homeruns
                      • 3 RBI's



                      {Off-season number one priority. . . Secure a 1st class closer - PERIOD!}
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                      • Re: E X T R A - I N N I N G S

                        {Off-season number one priority. . . Secure a 1st class closer - PERIOD!} [/B]
                        Couldn't have said it better myself.

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                        • No huggy bears in Boston!



                          Great game, Ken!
                          Last edited by Mattingly; 10-02-2003, 07:38 AM.
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                          • Originally posted by KenFougere
                            {Off-season number one priority. . . Secure a 1st class closer - PERIOD!}
                            I thought you guys had two closers in Williamson and Kim. Oh well, it's not Kim's fault that you guys lost. Little replaced him with Embree.

                            Anyway, who'd you have in mind? Gagne? Smoltz?
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                            • Cowboy Down!

                              Someone just emailed me this, and please excuse the word "friggin" on the bottom right. Otherwise, I found this totally hilarious.

                              Last edited by Mattingly; 10-02-2003, 07:37 AM.
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                              • Last one

                                Let's take a poll. Who thinks this was the right move? Et tu, Ramon?


                                Oakland's Ramon Hernandez laid down the bunt that scored the winning run.
                                Last edited by Mattingly; 10-02-2003, 07:52 AM.
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