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  • Originally posted by VTSoxFan
    Lemmesee, in that movie, didn't the guys with no chance blow up the Death Stadium--I mean Star?

    Sox 7
    Yanks 5

    Neener neener neener
    How was it again. Wake was said to own the Yankees the last couple of years????

    Touched for four earned runs in just 4 innings. That reaaaaaally looks promising.

    Cheer up! It is only a practice game guys.

    Oh. When someone comes up with the poor outings of Pavano and Ohlendorf... Nobody was expecting any good outings from Pavano. And Ohlendorf is only minor league, he is still learning.

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    • Originally posted by VTSoxFan
      Lemmesee, in that movie, didn't the guys with no chance blow up the Death Stadium--I mean Star?

      Sox 7
      Yanks 5

      Neener neener neener
      That's fine. Lose to the Birds, lose to the Jays. One measly victory against the suspect Yankee pitcher. Oh well, 2 losses outta 3 ain't bad!

      Now then, when will ye young and old Beantowners concede the 2007 season? Mid-June, perhaps, in time for the June Swoon?
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      THE BROOKLYN DODGERS - 1890 thru 1957
      Montreal Expos 1969 - 2004

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      • Even though I am your father, I have sired very strange offspring. Now then, would this be li'l Ken or Williamsburg?



        Will Boston win another game this season? Inquiring Yankee minds want to know!
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        Rest very peacefully, John “Buck” O'Neil (1911-2006) & Philip Francis “Scooter” Rizzuto (1917-2007)
        THE BROOKLYN DODGERS - 1890 thru 1957
        Montreal Expos 1969 - 2004

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        • Originally posted by Mattingly
          Hey, that looks like Jason Giambi when he was a kid!

          Your own joke backfired, and will the Yankees win against the Twins? Find out tonight.

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          • Originally posted by Mattingly
            Now then, would this be Lil Ken or Williamsburg?

            I see we're in mid-season form . . .

            Originally posted by Mattingly

            Will Boston win another game this season? Inquiring Yankee minds want to know!
            Yankee minds fear the truth.
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            • From the below graphic, you'll see the ancient Wilbur & Orvile method of how the flight plan should've gone. However, with Li'l Ken & Williamsburg at the wheel, things didn't quite work out.

              Pilot to co-pilot, someone's going down into a nosedive (check the latest W/Ls):

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              Rest very peacefully, John “Buck” O'Neil (1911-2006) & Philip Francis “Scooter” Rizzuto (1917-2007)
              THE BROOKLYN DODGERS - 1890 thru 1957
              Montreal Expos 1969 - 2004

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              • Originally posted by Solair Wright
                Hey, that looks like Jason Giambi when he was a kid!

                Your own joke backfired, and will the Yankees win against the Twins? Find out tonight.
                4-1. Beantown lost tho.

                Let's keep this chatter going. We should have about 2,000,000 posts by the time 2090 arrives for Li'l Ken.
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                Montreal Expos 1969 - 2004

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                • Rivalry

                  [QUOTE=YankeeMan]
                  I think you need to expand your vision of rivialry. Besides, the BoSox have won a few pennants that the Yanks would have liked to have won themselves. But, unlike the Yanks, the BoSox never capitlized on the opportunities. True, it's bigger for BoSox fans than Yank fans. But hey, what franchise, in any sport, compares with the Yanks?*


                  Gotta go with the Yankees and Boston Red Sox. That became intensified when the 0-3 Bosox came back to whip the Yankees for the ALCS. That will stick in New Yorks throat for at least 85 years. The Yanks with such rich traditions and history, didn't need that.

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                  • How's the closer search going?
                    2009 World Series Champions, The New York Yankees

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                    • [QUOTE=SportsDoc]
                      Originally posted by YankeeMan

                      I think you need to expand your vision of rivialry. Besides, the BoSox have won a few pennants that the Yanks would have liked to have won themselves. But, unlike the Yanks, the BoSox never capitlized on the opportunities. True, it's bigger for BoSox fans than Yank fans. But hey, what franchise, in any sport, compares with the Yanks?*


                      Gotta go with the Yankees and Boston Red Sox. That became intensified when the 0-3 Bosox came back to whip the Yankees for the ALCS. That will stick in New Yorks throat for at least 85 years. The Yanks with such rich traditions and history, didn't need that.
                      Only your second post, and already mocking the almighty Yankees?

                      Matt, here is another one for your trunk.

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                      • Originally posted by Wee Willie Keeler
                        How's the closer search going?
                        How's that starter search going? Hard to close something that hasn't been started. The Yankee's new motto?: Mussina and Wang and pray it rains long.

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                        • Originally posted by Mattingly
                          From the below graphic, you'll see the ancient Wilbur & Orvile method of how the flight plan should've gone. However, with Li'l Ken & Williamsburg at the wheel, things didn't quite work out.

                          Pilot to co-pilot, someone's going down into a nosedive (check the latest W/Ls):
                          At least we crashed ahead of you. W/L? practice? We talkin' about practice? practice? not a real game, practice? I know it's important, I do, but we talkin' bout practice?!?

                          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtZg4MiOaiw

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                          • Originally posted by Williamsburg2599
                            How's that starter search going? Hard to close something that hasn't been started. The Yankee's new motto?: Mussina and Wang and pray it rains long.
                            Hasn't Beantown just lost like half a dozen in a row?

                            For Thursday, I became an official crosstown Mets fan! Yeah, baby!There have been so many, they've stopped listing them on redsawx.com (uhhhhh, I'd meant redsox.com)

                            Pérez Overpowers the Red Sox
                            PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla., March 15 — In easily the best performance by a Mets pitcher this spring, Oliver Pérez struck out nine batters — including David Ortiz and Manny Ramírez twice — during his scoreless five-inning stint Thursday in the Mets’ 4-1 victory against the Boston Red Sox. He allowed three hits and, in what pleased him the most, did not walk a batter.

                            “I kept the team in the game,” Pérez said. “That’s important.”

                            In front of a sellout crowd, Pérez offered strong evidence that he will be in the Mets’ rotation. He lowered his spring earned run average to 3.86 with the help of a slider that he said was as sharp as it was in 2004, his best season in the majors. He threw his fastball in the bottom of the strike zone, which he had trouble doing in earlier starts. Pérez headlined a strong pitching performance. Joe Smith and Scott Schoeneweis each pitched an inning, both striking out two. The Mets struck out 14 over all.
                            Meanwhile, loserboy teams are lining up trying to rearrange their sched to get 1-2 more games against Beantown before the season starts.
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                            Rest very peacefully, John “Buck” O'Neil (1911-2006) & Philip Francis “Scooter” Rizzuto (1917-2007)
                            THE BROOKLYN DODGERS - 1890 thru 1957
                            Montreal Expos 1969 - 2004

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                            • Everyone had better wake up...there are rumblings coming out of western FL, where the Devil Rays have put together an astounding crop of position players, and will soon be poised to deal some surplus for pitching.
                              In Baltimore, the Orioles are on the cusp of a devastating rotation that will be young, cheap, and entirely home grown...featuring three lefties! The pen has been rebuilt, and Miguel Tejada is on a mission this season.
                              Toronto has assembled quite a group of players north of the border, and will also be looking to challenge the cash machines in NY and Boston.
                              It's going to be a very interesting year in the AL East...interesting enough that the wild card team will probably come out of the Central again.
                              4 5 (7) 8 20 22 33 42 (44)

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                              • One thing that Red Sox fans want to happen, for the first time since 1990, is that the Yankees finish in the basement. Or even better, finish in front of the Yankees, also for the first time since 1995.

                                Which one will happen first? Find out this year.

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