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  • Originally posted by KenFougere
    Sorry about that but, 'out of sight - out of mind' . . .
    Oh, so wrong. How can you say that when the very thrilling "Battle for Last Place in the AL East" is occuring right now.

    Now, all you Yanks, Sox and Jays fans are so wrapped up in this wining thing...you have forgotten that us Rays and O's are battling it out down here.

    And the O's are getting spanked *sigh*
    Orioles: Once fine organization, being run into the ground by Peter Angelos.

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    • - American League East
      -
      Boston - - - 59 36 .625 -
      New York - 55 39 .585 - 3½
      Toronto - - 54 42 .563 - 5½
      Last edited by KenFougere; 07-21-2006, 08:01 PM.

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      • Originally posted by KenFougere

        - American League East
        -
        Boston - - - 58 36 .617 -
        New York - 55 39 .585 - 3½
        Toronto - - 54 42 .563 - 5½

        Ken, you have such a way with words and numbers!

        YES!!!

        c.

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        • Originally posted by KenFougere

          - American League East
          -
          Boston - - - 59 37 .615 -
          New York - 56 39 .589 - 2½
          Toronto - - 54 42 .563 - 5½
          Sorry but I have made some adaptions. Your standings were not quite telling the truth Ken.

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          • Originally posted by Yankeebiscuitfan
            Sorry but I have made some adaptions. Your standings were not quite telling the truth Ken.
            Yanks won, Beantown lost. Ken's hiding out right now.
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            • Originally posted by Mattingly
              Yanks won, Beantown lost. Ken's hiding out right now.
              Yeah. All the Beantowners are hiding in their coffins now...
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              • Originally posted by Yankeebiscuitfan
                Yeah. All the Beantowners are hiding in their coffins now...
                Even if coffins, Beantowners could probabily hit better than K-Rod right now ,
                0-4 with 4Ks, OUCH!

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                • Originally posted by kckid2599
                  Even if coffins, Beantowners could probabily hit better than K-Rod right now ,
                  0-4 with 4Ks, OUCH!
                  I bet they do. K-Rod is pitching for the Angels...

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                  • IIRC, K-Rod (aka Pay-Rod), received those nicknames before the pitcher came around
                    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDxgNjMTPIs

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                    • Can You Believe It?

                      >>>posted by Mattingly, NYY forum, game thread>>>

                      "They're both hitting off the wall when hitting 5th. That's it, I say Jeter is our new #3 hitter. I couldn't care less what he does as a #2 hitter, I say Derek Jeter is our new Ortiz. With a better shave, of course."



                      Discuss: Mattingly comparing any hitter on the $$'s with Ortiz. Possibilities: Not winning since last century has finally permeated Mattingly's brain. Torre's use of pitcher's has been, well, appreciated by the opposing manager.

                      I have a question of my own:why are managers pitching to Ortiz and Veron Wells? AHA! I know half of the answer! Ortiz might steal a base.
                      Varitek=Future Red Sox Manager
                      Boston Boxer - a Real Hero

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                      • Hey mattingly good game today...... for the jays!!!

                        A-rod's batting stats from the 4 game series: 2-16 with 7 K's!!!!
                        Bleujays win the 4 game set 3-1!

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                        • More to MLB than AL East

                          The continuing story of E(5)-Rod dominates the airwaves; no other second rate, er place, teams' troubles get a peep.

                          Question. According to William Shakespeare, is the outfield play of the Red Sox a:

                          A.) History
                          B.) Tragedy
                          C.) Comedy










                          Answer. Yes!
                          Baseball is a ballet without music. Drama without words ~Ernie Harwell

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                          • I'm Curious....

                            Why did the $$$Y's use batting practice pitcher Mr. Sid in a game?

                            It would be an interesting exercise to take ERRods pay per game to calculate his pay per strikeout. Or per error.

                            ER-Rods. ER-Rods. Suitable for heckling, you think?
                            Varitek=Future Red Sox Manager
                            Boston Boxer - a Real Hero

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                            • Jump Coco! Jump as high as you can!

                              Don't forget "Kick-save" Ramirez, either.
                              Baseball is a ballet without music. Drama without words ~Ernie Harwell

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                              • Originally posted by trosmok
                                The continuing story of E(5)-Rod dominates the airwaves; no other second rate, er place, teams' troubles get a peep.

                                Question. According to William Shakespeare, is the outfield play of the Red Sox a:

                                A.) History
                                B.) Tragedy
                                C.) Comedy










                                Answer. Yes!
                                Nah. Mr. Fitzgerald captured it better: "Show me a hero and I'll write you a tragedy."
                                After 1957, it seemed like we would never laugh again. Of course, we did. Its just that we were never young again.

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