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  • Re: Re: I was at the Zim-Pedro game

    Originally posted by Mattingly
    The only one who shone on that day was David Ortiz, since he was the only person big enough to manhandle Manny and told him that he wasn't going anywhere!

    That toon was just in humor, so nothing serious. Of course, if ya wants to make somethin' out of it, my Beantown friend ...
    Yes, Ortiz had Manny in a bear hug, I remember thinking it was a good thing Ortiz moved fast, I didn't see him get to Manny. I'm still not sure who took the bat away from Manny; I had a fleeting thought that Clemens could protect himself by throwing at Manny, but Posada was there. Hmmm.. stun tazers with the umps at Sox - Y games?

    Seriously, with the tensions this year? "UMP TAZERS RAMERIZ" "BOSTON FANS ????". "POSADA TAZERED, YANK FANS ????".
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    • Re: Re: Ha . . . ha.

      Originally posted by Mattingly
      Don't be silly. Our guys don't toss 72-y.o. Popeyes to the ground. Now if it were Clemens who'd done that ...

      Long story, but I had to post it.
      Yes, but we aren't the ones who allowed a 72-y.o. Popeye to charge an opposing teams player during a bench clearing brawl either . . .

      {Clemens would have beaned him before he cleared the dugout steps!} -
      Ken Fougère

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      • Re: Re: Re: Ha . . . ha.

        Originally posted by KenFougere
        Yes, but we aren't the ones who allowed a 72-y.o. Popeye to charge an opposing teams player during a bench clearing brawl either . . .

        {Clemens would have beaned him before he cleared the dugout steps!} -
        He did that one himself, and he admitted so at a press conference. Hey, at least *SOMEONE'S* get the capability to say I was wrong. Hmmmmmmmmmm, I wonder if Pedro would ever do this. Nahhhhhhhhh!
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        • Re: Re: Re: I was at the Zim-Pedro game

          Originally posted by CuriousBoston
          Yes, Ortiz had Manny in a bear hug, I remember thinking it was a good thing Ortiz moved fast, I didn't see him get to Manny. I'm still not sure who took the bat away from Manny; I had a fleeting thought that Clemens could protect himself by throwing at Manny, but Posada was there. Hmmm.. stun tazers with the umps at Sox - Y games?

          Seriously, with the tensions this year? "UMP TAZERS RAMERIZ" "BOSTON FANS ????". "POSADA TAZERED, YANK FANS ????".
          Roger pitched inside, Manny got teed off, and Roger took a few steps forward, practically daring Manny to come at him. To me, Roger didn't look like he'd have need a ball to get into that one.

          Ortiz did one of those "You ain't goin' nowhere, little brother" things and kept Manny quiet.

          What do you mean by stun tazers? Star Trek? Battlestar Gallactica?
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          • Originally posted by Mattingly
            ... and Beantown losing again to the usual suspects.
            No, don't think so . . .
            - See, we learned the golden rule from you guys. It takes pitching to win consistantly. This year we finally got it and you, well . . . not so much!
            - - -
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            • Originally posted by KenFougere
              No, don't think so . . .
              - See, we learned the golden rule from you guys. It takes pitching to win consistantly. This year we finally got it and you, well . . . not so much!
              - - -
              So how's Pedro doing? Moose will be fine. At least nobody worries about when his arm will fall off every year.
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              • Originally posted by Mattingly
                Moose will be fine.

                Fine you say.

                He's given up 19 hits & 11 runs in 9 innings and stands at 0-2.

                - Heres to hoping he remains "fine" all season!
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                • : Re: I was at the Zim-Pedro game

                  Originally posted by Mattingly


                  What do you mean by stun tazers? Star Trek? Battlestar Gallactica?
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                  • Originally posted by KenFougere
                    Fine you say.

                    He's given up 19 hits & 11 runs in 9 innings and stands at 0-2.

                    - Heres to hoping he remains "fine" all season!
                    *Puts the calendar in front of Ken's face, who looks away!*

                    Don't let the fact that this is only early April cloud your view, dude!

                    Oh yeah, when will Pedro's arm fall off? June or July?
                    Last edited by Mattingly; 04-08-2004, 06:30 PM.
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                    • Re: : Re: I was at the Zim-Pedro game

                      Originally posted by CuriousBoston
                      http://gift2all.zoovy.com/category/taser/

                      or
                      Let's say I could live w/o the shock of those tazer things. They seem even worse than stun guns.
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                      • gotta keep this alive.
                        must not let it die.
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                        • It's a good thing

                          1. That Boston & NY have good hospitals.

                          2. That Boston has a position player that can pitch.

                          ?. Does NY have a pitcher that can play center field?

                          ?. Should we start a "Which team has the most total days on the DL thread"?

                          ?. While we get the calculators & are adding up the total days, will the Orioles, or the Devil Rays take over first?
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                          • With the Red Sox rained out for the second straight day,
                            - I tuned into NESN to see that wonderful (day-time) fireworks display last July 4th at Yankee Stadium.
                            - I believe the hometown team gave up SEVEN basts for the first time ever . . .
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                            • Yankee Center Field....

                              There's a huge Maine Coon cat prowling the neighborhood. Ya want me to ship him to the Bronx to help out with center field?

                              Unless you have gotten a giraffe from the zoo, but I figured something that could attempt to keep the rat population down would be good. (Very carefully not stating how many legs the rats have....)
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                              • Re: Yankee Center Field....

                                Originally posted by CuriousBoston
                                There's a huge Maine Coon cat prowling the neighborhood. Ya want me to ship him to the Bronx to help out with center field?

                                Unless you have gotten a giraffe from the zoo, but I figured something that could attempt to keep the rat population down would be good. (Very carefully not stating how many legs the rats have....)
                                I'm curious, between Bernie, Matsui and Lofton, and then rook Bubba Crosby, why would we need help in CF? Unlike last season, our OF problems seem very well taken care of. Only in RF do we have a problem if Sheffield is out any extended time. Ruben Sierra and Travis Lee *MIGHT* play there, but I wouldn't count on that.
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