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  • Originally posted by Rickey_Henderson
    Of course Matt, now I want everyone to listen to the great Yankees mod.

    PS: Alex won that fight
    Alex won what fight?

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    • Originally posted by KenFougere
      T w o - T h o u s a n d !
      Two Thousand Ninety!

      Originally posted by Rickey_Henderson
      Of course Matt, now I want everyone to listen to the great Yankees mod.

      PS: Alex won that fight
      Originally posted by EvanAparra
      Alex won what fight?
      Did either of you read when I wrote that both the Pedro-Zim fight, as well as the Rodriguez-Varitek fight were considered out of bounds here? It still is.

      Doesn't matter who won, who lost.

      Thank you very much, and please return to your regularly scheduled smack-fest.

      BTW, you Beantowners are supposed to *LOSE* to Toronto, not beat them.
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      • Originally posted by Mattingly
        Folks, I think that between the Pedro-Zim thing and the A-Rod-Varitek fight thing should both be out of bounds. I think there are more important things to bicker about in the 103 years that both the Yanks and the Sawx have been in existence.

        Thanks.

        Coco Crispy is now pitching Hood ice cream. Oh boy.



        Red Sox's Coco Crisp becomes pitchman for HP Hood

        Not that i want to talk about it badly or anything, but why should they be out of bounds? I dont see any rules against it...

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        • Originally posted by EvanAparra
          Not that i want to talk about it badly or anything, but why should they be out of bounds? I dont see any rules against it...
          It gets really argumentative when that's brought up. It never steps, people take sides. I simply have very little patience for discussion of that fight. If it were any other fight between other teams, I guess so, but these two teams, things get set off way too easily.

          If calm can be kept, I'm fine. Otherwise, it's taunting that often gets personal, from what I've seen.
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          • Ok, thats fine. I just thought you were saying we couldnt talk about it because you didnt want to talk about it.

            I think everyone in here can keep there cool. (as long as ssbguy isnt here).

            But, its been talked about to death, so now, back to why the Yankees are whats wrong with baseball.

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            • Originally posted by Rickey_Henderson
              Speaking of slides.....

              Last time I checked, he never slid and since it was pre-david robert's amazing, stupendious, holy, wonderful, spactacular, great steal that blew the death star into a billion, trillion little pieces, who cares?

              Note to Yankee fans: Jeter was suppose to be standing there anyways as the third cut-off, so if he was where he was SUPPOSE to be, he never would of had to do that wimpy little flip that somehow blew into Posada's mitt in the first place! Nomar would of been standing there in the first place

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              • Originally posted by EvanAparra
                Ok, thats fine. I just thought you were saying we couldnt talk about it because you didnt want to talk about it.

                I think everyone in here can keep there cool. (as long as ssbguy isnt here).

                But, its been talked about to death, so now, back to why the Yankees are whats wrong with baseball.
                Sometimes I do feel like it's because I don't want to talk about it. Some things, despite being 2 years old, have a life of their own. If it were the Ryan-Ventura fight, it would be hilarious. This one seems to get harsh feelings, and people turn from fun to negative in zero time. That's too high a maintenance bill for me, so I just try avoiding it altogether.

                Yes, now we'll return to why Beantown is bad for baseball, and why Toronto is the heir apparent to be 2nd fiddle. Hey, if you people don't want it, someone else does.
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                • Originally posted by kckid2599
                  Last time I checked, he never slid and since it was pre-david robert's amazing, stupendious, holy, wonderful, spactacular, great steal that blew the death star into a billion, trillion little pieces, who cares?

                  Note to Yankee fans: Jeter was suppose to be standing there anyways as the third cut-off, so if he was where he was SUPPOSE to be, he never would of had to do that wimpy little flip that somehow blew into Posada's mitt in the first place! Nomar would of been standing there in the first place
                  I think it was a matter of the Yanks not calling for a pitchout. Do this, he's dead meat. When a bench guy replaces a regular hitter at 1B, a steal shouldn't be something unheard of.

                  As to the Jeter "flip", it was Shane Spencer who'd thrown it, missed two cutoff men (I think Nick Johnson (1B) and Alfonso Soriano (2B)), so Jeter, seeing that the ball would've headed foul before it hit home plate (if you've seen the replay a gazillion times), that if someone wasn't there, the game would've been tied.

                  For some strange reason, every time I see the replay, it looks like Posada swiped Jeremy Giambi but never tagged him. I didn't hear any protests from Oakland's end on the play, so mum's the word from me.
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                  • You know the expression "It's not until the fat lady sings?" Well, she will be silenced with her vocal cords cut, and it's time the Sox will fight for everything and get a good team. The Sox will not make it to the playoffs, but they'll prove that they are in fighting shape.

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                    • 2009 World Series Champions, The New York Yankees

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                      • Deleted, after reading Matt's post.

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                        • The Ruth Moment That History Forgot..


                          "The Babe worked the count to three and two, then drew his eleventh walk of the Series. Clean-up man Bob Meusel prepared to put the winning run on base, but was denied when the anxious Bambino attempted to steal second. Although he had successfully stolen against the Cardinals in Game 6, he was slow off the start and catcher Bob O'Farrell's throw to Hornsby nailed the Yankees' slugger ending the Fall Classic. Many fans were furious with Ruth and believed that his mistake had clearly cost the Series."- BaseballAlmanac

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                          • Originally posted by kckid2599
                            "The Babe worked the count to three and two, then drew his eleventh walk of the Series. Clean-up man Bob Meusel prepared to put the winning run on base, but was denied when the anxious Bambino attempted to steal second. Although he had successfully stolen against the Cardinals in Game 6, he was slow off the start and catcher Bob O'Farrell's throw to Hornsby nailed the Yankees' slugger ending the Fall Classic. Many fans were furious with Ruth and believed that his mistake had clearly cost the Series."- BaseballAlmanac
                            li'l kckid ... he'll be sadly missed. I've ... been forced to send the cute li'l tyke to the dungeon for posting like this about the Yankees. We'll see him ... sometime soon. Do wish him well, and make sure you add some butter but that bread, hoping it doesn't spoil, as we feed him this every other day. Oh, and do remember to add some honey or sugar to the pipewater. Those NYC sewers do contain alligators, so you never know what's in it.

                            kckid's new home:



                            How we keep him in his place!



                            Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!
                            Last edited by Mattingly; 09-23-2006, 06:45 AM.
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                            • Originally posted by Mattingly
                              li'l kckid ... he'll be sadly missed. I've ... been forced to send the cute li'l tyke to the dungeon for posting like this about the Yankees. We'll see him ... sometime soon. Do wish him well, and make sure you add some butter but that bread, hoping it doesn't spoil, as we feed him this every other day. Oh, and do remember to add some honey or sugar to the pipewater. Those NYC sewers do contain alligators, so you never know what's in it.

                              kckid's new home:



                              How we keep him in his place!



                              Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!
                              li'l tyke? yesh. maybe it's time for a name change... maybe DRobertsismyhero? is that less than 16? or maybe Choke2599?

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                              • Originally posted by kckid2599
                                li'l tyke? yesh. maybe it's time for a name change... maybe DRobertsismyhero? is that less than 16? or maybe Choke2599?
                                Alas, the young lion was never heard from again. Last seen typing furiously away on a laptop when an evil man wearing a pinstriped suit opened the door and swooped him away to the valleys of darkness.

                                kckid's final words: I'll never wear that Yankee cap, ya bum!

                                The attacker's last words: oh yes you will, li'l one!

                                *Fades out to violin music*
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                                Montreal Expos 1969 - 2004

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