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  • Originally posted by BC498
    That's Constantino to you. As in constantly hitting home runs.

    Let's face it, guys. If Tino is your savior, you're in serious trouble!!!!
    "Anything less would not have been worthy of me. Anything more would not have been possible." - Carl Yastrzemski

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    • Originally posted by SoxSon
      Let's face it, guys. If Tino is your savior, you're in serious trouble!!!!
      Don't be silly. Since I've already snuck into Oakland's clubhouse and replaced their deadwood with some of Barry's maple bats, I can see an end to their 8-game losing streak about now.

      Besides, Tino's multi-HR games seem about good enough fer moi!

      Now then, wouldn't it be an *INTAH-RES-TINK* (that's "interesting" in Yankeespeak) thing if a certain team were to come from all the way back to be in 1st or 2nd place shortly?

      *Watches as the Beantowners shudder at the thought of:

      *YAN-KEE* BASE-BALL! (clap, clap, clap-clap-clap!)
      :gt
      Mattingly
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      • Originally posted by yankees rule
        Eh Matt, I think you live in the past.

        Start to look to the future now. It will take a couple of year before it will be



        2090


        When will they ever learn? They've sold their heart & soul to the guy way down there, where snowballs usually fear to tread. They'll never win again, they'll forever be teased like nobody's business once again. Just when they got a rare bite of life, it'll be swiped back away from them again.

        Never again will they say "This is our year", since never again, will it be.
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        • Winning streak stretches to 9. It is now obvious that George has totally
          moved his attention from the 4 legged stable to the 2 legged one.

          I heard today that Paul LoDuca owns 2 racehorses (used to own 11) and they are usually ridden by the jockey who rode Giacoma to win the Kentucky Derby, and as such he (LoDuca) had an undisclosed wager at the juicy odds of 50-1. Lucky he is not a Yankee....George wud not have been happy!! :grouchy

          Sorry - I know this has nothing to do with this thread, but I threw it in anyway!!
          "A hot dog at the ballgame beats roast beef at the Ritz." ~Humphrey Bogart

          No matter how good you are, you're going to lose one-third of your games. No matter how bad you are you're going to win one-third of your games. It's the other third that makes the difference. ~Tommy Lasorda

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          • Sold *our* souls?

            Not the Team, not management, nor Sox fans have sold their souls. It was confirmed a long time ago that Steingrabber did. That is why the Sox won, we all have pure souls, whereas the Evil Empire leader has no soul, and the rest of you followed him over to the Dark Side.

            Now, you heathens, join the only true religion. Of course, a suitable penance must be done. Burning a pinstripe uniform is the first step of the penance.

            You will notice I am not yelling. As a little person, I learned that talking very softly focuses attention, and if that doesn't work, hit ****, because no authority will believe lil me is dangerous. Heh.

            I don't see any objects in the mirror; no souls, you see. We do know where all of you are, though, your sobbing is louder than Moaning Myrtle.
            Varitek=Future Red Sox Manager
            Boston Boxer - a Real Hero

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            • Red Sox fans will no longer be allowed to post here. They shall be banished to the dungeon where they shall be seen but not heard. No keyboards (or anything Varitek-related) will be offered them. Only day-old buttered bread and slightly sweetened water (including the required NYC alligator) will be accorded them.

              Now then, how long before Beantown goes on a downward spiral? Just when Oakland lost all hope by losing to a respectable team, they've decided that their hitting (and pitching) isn't so bad by beating up on a floundering team. I guess that the A's aren't such a bad team after all. They just needed to pick the right opponents.

              LET'S GO OAKLAND! (clap, clap, clap-clap-clap)
              Mattingly
              Yankee fan & proud of it!
              Last edited by Mattingly; 05-17-2005, 09:57 AM.
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              • Originally posted by Mattingly
                18-19? Shoulda been:

                NINETEEN EIGHTEEN!
                Here's one that's sounds alot truer and better!
                TWO - THOUSAND!
                KenFougere
                Sr Member BB-Almanac 1998
                Last edited by KenFougere; 05-18-2005, 10:49 AM.
                Ken Fougère

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                • The only purpose of Red Sox fans' existence is for the sheer amusement of Yankee fans!

                  *puts yankees rule in charge of keeping the beantowners in check; hands over the unpickable/unmeltable trunk lock*
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                  • You'll never lock me up. I've seen the darkest dark a baseball fan can see, and it doesn't scare me any more. I carry the pure golden light of October 20th and October 27th inside me, and no unmeltable lock or grimy trunk will ever keep it from shining.

                    My strength is as the strength of ten, because my heart (and team loyalty) is pure. (You must realize that if we haven't been broken yet, we'll never break!)

                    Besides... though you may point out that the pinstripers have won a few more rings than My Boys, the Boston rings are far far far more precious because of their rarity. Next to The ruby and sapphire rings My Boys now sport, those gumball-machine things the pinstripers wear are no more rare than a handful of raisins. Neener neener neener.

                    Yankee fandom a true religion? Cripes... as I suppose was the version of catholicism practiced by the Medici and Borgia popes!
                    --Annie
                    Be civil to all, sociable to many, familiar with few, friend to one, enemy to none. -Benjamin Franklin, statesman, author, and inventor (1706-1790)
                    Remember Yellowdog
                    ABNY

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                    • The plane turned around...

                      We started singing "Sweet Caroline", the passengers heard, and joined us. After the hundreth rendition, the lone Yfan, the pilot, started running through the plane screaming. Subdued by the passengers, while the co-pilot returned us to Manchester, NH.
                      Our prayers (of the only true religion) were answered. The pilot has converted. She promises to raise her children as Red Sox fans.

                      HA! Oakland falls. With three errors. Payton to Varitek. Out! That's gonna be in the highlights.
                      Varitek=Future Red Sox Manager
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                      • Originally posted by KenFougere
                        Again I have to remind another New Yorker . . .
                        The Red Sox won't win it all again until 2090.
                        . . . and the current *LUCKY* World Series Champions are the Boston Red Sox!
                        Yeah, I agree.
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                        • Originally posted by Mattingly
                          Yeah, "LUCKY", I agree.
                          Only Yankee fans would call . . .

                          the Greatest Comeback in Baseball History . . . "LUCK".
                          How sad is that . . .
                          Ken Fougère

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                          • Originally posted by KenFougere
                            If you New Yorkers really consider Yankee Stadium a "Cathedral",
                            why are they ripping it down and replacing it?
                            George wants to tear it down, not us.

                            Yeah, it was luck alrighty. Betcha can't do it again!

                            Hiya, Ken! :gt
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                            • Originally posted by Mattingly
                              George wants to tear it down, not us.

                              Yeah, it was luck alrighty. Betcha can't do it again!
                              I don't think we'll have to.
                              Next ALCS, I doubt it'll take us that long to erase you guys . . .
                              Ken Fougère

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                              • Originally posted by KenFougere
                                Wow! 18 innings of shut-out pitching. Congrats!

                                :noidea - Now, where does Oakland rank on team offense? -
                                Not very good against quality pitching. Of course, if they played some AAA team, they may just ransack the place.

                                Gee, I wonder where we could find such a team?
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