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  • It's time to Cowboy Up Rangers fans.
    "He's tougher than a railroad sandwich."
    "You'se Got The Eye Of An Eagle."

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    • Jackie Bradley Jr. turns great catch-and-throw double play




      Jackie Bradley Jr.'s catch was good, his throw was great.

      Probably won't see a center fielder turn a better catch-and-throw double play all season.





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      • Congrats to the 2014 Stanley Cup Champion L.A. Kings and their fans!

        I wonder who's the hottest team in the A.L. East now?
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        • Originally posted by YankeeMan View Post
          I wonder who's the hottest team in the A.L. East now?
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          Well, going by YOUR past posts, it's Toronto, because they're in first place.



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          Like the N.Y. Rangers, the
          Yankees suck too. (The last part was my personal editorial...) -
          Last edited by KenFougere; 06-17-2014, 01:29 PM.
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          • 8 days 18 hours 33 minutes until Red Sox @ Yankees!

            Notwithstanding your "editorial," first place is the only thing that really matters, isn't it??? Getting into the postseason. Well, here are your up-to-date postseason probabilities:

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            Looks pretty grim in Tampa and Beantown. But in The Bronx...

            The itsy-bitsy spider...
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            • Originally posted by YankeeMan View Post
              Notwithstanding your "editorial," first place is the only thing that really matters, isn't it??? Getting into the postseason. Well, here are your up-to-date postseason probabilities:

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              Looks pretty grim in Tampa and Beantown. But in The Bronx...

              The itsy-bitsy spider...
              It's a long season. Appox. 14 weeks left . . .

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              • Originally posted by KenFougere View Post
                It's a long season.
                Yeah, that's what I hear. Probably seems a lot longer in Boston. :clown:
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                • ...assuming, of course, you received a heart yet from the Wiz-of-Oz

                  Originally posted by YankeeMan View Post
                  Yeah, that's what I hear. Probably seems a lot longer in Boston. :clown:
                  The sincerity of your heart? felt empathy for me & my team, almost brings a tear to my eye . . . -
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                  • We've won & lost the most one-run games in the majors....



                    Our offense is so anemic. All pitchers have performed outstandingly. Injuries can't be the only reason. We haven't been getting ANY offense out of our outfield. The loss of Ellsbury's hitting is not the reason. They better pick up major offensive help before the deadline if they have any hope for a successful season.
                    I keep thinking, "If we only took a chance on Nelson Cruz" . . . :dismay:

                    How, in one season, do you go from MLB's best offense to the worst? I just don't get it. -


                    . . . and yet I look up and find the Sox just 6 behind in the loss column.

                    I think if we pick up a solid bat, (and our current hitters come out of their comma's) and the pitching remains consistent, their playoff chances improve dramatically. -
                    Last edited by KenFougere; 06-23-2014, 05:33 PM.
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                    • 3 days 18 hours 26 minutes until Red Sox @ Yankees!

                      Originally posted by KenFougere View Post
                      The sincerity of your heart? felt empathy for me & my team, almost brings a tear to my eye . . . -
                      I'd think you'd be use to crying by now...

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                      In the interest of brevity, I left a lot of stuff out... :clown:
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                      • Originally posted by YankeeMan View Post
                        I'd think you'd be use to crying by now...

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                        In the interest of brevity, I left a lot of stuff out... :clown:
                        I wonder. Are you a God-fearing man? (For that matter, any in New York? City? State? Anywhere?)
                        Because if you are, you've got SO much pay-back coming your way after you're planted! -


                        BTW, what's the story behind that shot of Yaz looking up at the Monster? I'm assuming it's from the '67 World Series. Do you have any additional information on it?
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                        • 2 days 15 hours 35 minutes until Red Sox @ Yankees!

                          Originally posted by KenFougere View Post

                          BTW, what's the story behind that shot of Yaz looking up at the Monster? I'm assuming it's from the '67 World Series. Do you have any additional information on it?
                          Nope. But I've seen this pose (a lot :clown: ) from Yaz' before... I'm guessing a Cardinal hit a homerun.
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                          • Originally posted by YankeeMan View Post
                            Nope. But I've seen this pose (a lot :clown: ) from Yaz' before... I'm guessing a Cardinal hit a homerun.
                            Nope. My guess is he is calculating how many seats can go up on top of the Green Monster so the Sox can pay him a huge salary increase. It's either that or he was a bird watcher.
                            "He's tougher than a railroad sandwich."
                            "You'se Got The Eye Of An Eagle."

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                            • According to www.redsox.com, Manager John Farrell announced his starting pitchers for this weekend's series with New York: Brandon Workman will pitch on Friday, lefty John Lester will pitch on Saturday, and righthander John Lester will pitch on Sunday.

                              I know some of our starters are struggling right now, but still...
                              "He's tougher than a railroad sandwich."
                              "You'se Got The Eye Of An Eagle."

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                              • Originally posted by TonyK View Post
                                According to www.redsox.com, Manager John Farrell announced his starting pitchers for this weekend's series with New York: Brandon Workman will pitch on Friday, lefty John Lester will pitch on Saturday, and righthander John Lester will pitch on Sunday.

                                I know some of our starters are struggling right now, but still...
                                Are you sure that right-hander John Lester won't pitch on Saturday and the lefty John Lester will pitch on Sunday instead? - :joking:
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