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  • Originally posted by SDL View Post
    Yeah, you're right

    2001-Diamondbacks
    2002-Angels
    2003-Marlins
    2004 -
    2005-White Sox
    2006-Tigers
    2007-???????
    Don't stop at 2001, keep going. There's plenty more. 26 Championships out of 39 World Series. Not too bad.

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    • This thread was actually started 2/6/03, not 2/6/02.

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      • Orioles take two out of three at Fenway Park at Camden Yards...now they're headed north to sweep the Yankee$. They may not be in the race, but they may decide the race...
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        • Originally posted by bigtime39 View Post
          Orioles take two out of three at Fenway Park at Camden Yards...now they're headed north to sweep the Yankee$. They may not be in the race, but they may decide the race...

          Too bad pal. A sweep is out of the question.

          GETTING NERVOUS ALREADY BOSTON??????

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          • Originally posted by BaseballDude89 View Post
            This thread was actually started 2/6/03, not 2/6/02.
            Actually, I started it on February 2, 2002.

            A past moderator screwed it up while trying to modify it, it was erased and then resurrected.
            A lot of the beginning posts were lost for good . . .
            Ken Fougère

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            • Originally posted by Yankeebiscuitfan View Post
              Too bad pal. A sweep is out of the question.

              GETTING NERVOUS ALREADY BOSTON??????
              Nervous? A little. I think more excited.
              Until now the season has been a little boring with no competition.

              But ultimately, the team with the superior pitching will succeed . . .

              . . . the Yankees of the late 90's taught me that.
              Ken Fougère

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              • Originally posted by bigtime39 View Post
                Orioles take two out of three at Fenway Park at Camden Yards...now they're headed north to sweep the Yankee$. They may not be in the race, but they may decide the race...
                You do realize, don't you, that had you it been your bullpen that would've blown the lead that badly, I'd have driven yourself and Erik Bedard from this BR thread, don't ya?

                Hey, Beantown, your first series loss to Baltimore since 2005. That Baltimore Crab Feast beats the New England chowda! No soup for Ken, SDL, Williamsburg!

                Now then, Beantowners, how's that Eric Gagné signing doin' so far?

                Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now!

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                • Thanks to the Bostonians (and other members of RSN) for taking it easy on us last night. After Scooter's passing, I've been more worried about this than anything else. Appreciate it.

                  I see that Gagne finally corrected himself last night.
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                  • Originally posted by KenFougere View Post
                    Nervous? A little. I think more excited.
                    Until now the season has been a little boring with no competition.

                    But ultimately, the team with the superior pitching will succeed . . .

                    . . . the Yankees of the late 90's taught me that.
                    Superior pitching? Like Gagné is pitching lately? Well, in that case we don't have to worry.

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                    • Originally posted by Mattingly View Post

                      Now then, Beantowners, how's that Eric Gagné signing doin' so far?
                      I'll tell you what.

                      Watch him get the "Hold" in the final game of this years' World Series and you be the judge . . .

                      Last edited by KenFougere; 08-16-2007, 09:46 AM.
                      Ken Fougère

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                      • Originally posted by Mattingly View Post
                        Thanks to the Bostonians (and other members of RSN) for taking it easy on us last night. After Scooter's passing, I've been more worried about this than anything else. Appreciate it.
                        Hey, no problem.
                        How could anyone not have respect for such a great baseball icon.
                        People like him and our own Johnny Pesky are very special, sentimental favorites indeed . . .
                        Last edited by KenFougere; 08-17-2007, 03:22 PM.
                        Ken Fougère

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                        • Clay Buchholz pitched well in his debut and earns his first big league victory with 3 ER, 5 SO in 6 innings pitched.

                          Everybody got in on the offensive action for the Sox, with Papi leading the way with a first inning blast.
                          Pedroia added a monster shot and Drew went 3-5 . . .
                          Last edited by KenFougere; 08-17-2007, 04:59 PM.
                          Ken Fougère

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                          • Originally posted by KenFougere View Post
                            Hey, no problem.
                            How could anyone not have respect for such a great baseball icon.
                            People like him and our own Johnny Pesky are very special, sentimental favorites indeed . . .
                            Thanks. I've just been in mourning for Scooter. I'll likely be OK for this weekend.

                            I don't know about Beantown, but it's pouring cats & dogs down here in NY/NJ, so I don't know if we'll have Game 2 in Boston or tonight's in NY.

                            Your own Bobby Doerr is now the oldest living HoFer.
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                            • Originally posted by Mattingly View Post
                              Thanks. I've just been in mourning for Scooter. I'll likely be OK for this weekend.

                              I don't know about Beantown, but it's pouring cats & dogs down here in NY/NJ, so I don't know if we'll have Game 2 in Boston or tonight's in NY.
                              I just checked the radar. Both games should have no problem being completed . . .
                              Last edited by KenFougere; 08-17-2007, 08:46 PM.
                              Ken Fougère

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                              • Originally posted by KenFougere View Post
                                I just checked the radar. Both games should have no problem being completed . . .
                                Sooooooooooooooo, Ken, I haven't checked the scoreboards yet. Please enlighten me. How'd Sunday's games end up? Yanks lose? Beantown won? We must be at least 10 games back by now!

                                HOLY COW!
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                                Montreal Expos 1969 - 2004

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