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  • Originally posted by KenFougere
    Put him in the HOF?
    I wouldn't be surprised if George didn't sign him & suit him up with the rest of his gezzers...
    Doesn't matter, just tell Pedro to promise to drill the Babe once more and we could put Bob "Mr Baseball" Uecker as our DH out there!

    All I know is that if you scratch and claw your way to this October, one of our geezers will be defeating you badly! Care to guess which one?
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    • Originally posted by drillerman
      oh of course not.
      It was a great Yankee moment, even if didn't involve the Yanks. Hey, the Babe was involved, so I guess that was a great Yankee moment!
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      • Originally posted by Mattingly
        Doesn't matter, just tell Pedro to promise to drill the Babe once more and we could put Bob "Mr Baseball" Uecker as our DH out there!

        All I know is that if you scratch and claw your way to this October, one of our geezers will be defeating you badly! Care to guess which one?
        We handle Clemens in the playoffs just fine.
        We've done OK vs Wells too this year.

        Orosco? I don't think so...
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        • Originally posted by KenFougere
          We handle Clemens in the playoffs just fine.
          We've done OK vs Wells too this year.

          Orosco? I don't think so...
          Yes, but Little Pedro may not be there this time. Gee, I'm wondering if his Little Cuff is feeling bad? He may just not be able to contribute this October.

          We'll have Rocket, Moose, Andy and hopefully, Contreras, who pitched 7 innings in a 7-0 Yankee win tonight. Gee, not bad, eh?

          I'm so glad that your guys watched us smack Baltimore around. Did I mention that Oakland won 17-2 today? Awwwww, ain't that too bad.
          :gt
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          • Originally posted by Mattingly
            Yes, but Little Pedro may not be there this time. Gee, I'm wondering if his Little Cuff is feeling bad? He may just not be able to contribute this October.
            "Little Pedro"?

            Little Pedro has the flew. He'll be just fine, so don't be worrying about facing him just yet, as you obviously are, he'll strike-out another 17 Yankees next time...OK?
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            • Originally posted by KenFougere
              "Little Pedro"?

              Little Pedro has the flew. He'll be just fine, so don't be worrying about facing him just yet, as you obviously are, he'll strike-out another 17 Yankees next time...OK?
              He's not Little? Looks like it to me, pal.

              When Pedro K's 17 Yanks again, let me know. Wasn't that in 1999 at Yankee Stadium? That must've been his best years, 4 years ago. Right now, I think that Fossum's having to do his dirty work for him.
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              • a lil' coaching session...

                MATTINGLY -- Now I admire your veracity but we need to work on your delivery...

                You have to remember a few things:

                Most BoSux fans can't read -- at the risk of sounding redundant -- they're retarded.* So you wanna be short and sweet. So instead of "In game 6 of the 1986 World Series <blah-blah-blah>" break it down in terms that are instantly understood by all. <see pic below>



                *Let me appologize in advance to all illiterate and retarded people everywhere -- it's just a joke -- I don't mean to imply that retards/illterates are BoSux fans. I know most of you "special needs" people are smarter than that.
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                • Re: a lil' coaching session...

                  Originally posted by YankeeMan
                  MATTINGLY -- Now I admire your veracity but we need to work on your delivery...

                  You have to remember a few things:

                  Most BoSox fans can't read -- at the risk of sounding redundant -- they're retarded.* So you wanna be short and sweet. So instead of "In game 6 of the 1986 World Series <blah-blah-blah>" break it down in terms that are instantly understood by all. <see pic below>



                  *Let me apologize in advance to all illiterate and retarded people everywhere -- it's just a joke -- I don't mean to imply that retards/illiterates are BoSox fans. I know most of you "special needs" people are smarter than that.
                  As a Red Sox fan being both, illiterate and retarded, I find your statement judgemental and a bit on the offensive side...
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                  • Re: Re: a lil' coaching session...

                    Originally posted by KenFougere
                    As a Red Sox fan being both, illiterate and retarded, I find your statement judgemental and a bit on the offensive side...
                    Ya' see what I'm talking about Mattingly?

                    LOL.


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                    • Re: Re: a lil' coaching session...

                      Originally posted by KenFougere
                      As a Red Sox fan being both, illiterate and retarded, I find your statement judgemental and a bit on the offensive side...
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                      • Re: Re: news flash

                        Originally posted by Mattingly
                        Well, would ya mind making up your mind? Are you "in" or are you "out"? Ahhhh, I thought you'd given up on 2003.
                        I already told you, I'll conyinue to root for them and hope to be pleasantly surprised, but I've lost hope that they'll be legitimate contenders for the title this year. Doesn't make me a bad fan, just realistic, and doesn't mean I can't be happy when they have some success. Fact is, I'm really really dissapointed with the way this team has played in the past 6 weeks.
                        they showed great improvement, and I think the mgt is trying hard, but i just think they still have too many weaknesses and problems to put it all together. Ah well, what can you do?

                        I'll watch when I can and I'll pull for them, but I fear they'll not go far this year. I'd still like to see them make the playoffs - that would at least be fun.

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                        • Yastrzemski's No-hitter saving catch...

                          Did you guys see Yaz's incredible catch on opening day at Yankee Stadium 1967? It saved the pitcher's( first game ) no-hitter in the 9th.
                          They showed the tape during tonight's game on ESPN. What an amazing catch! AND it was against New York too...
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                          • Re: Yastrzemski's No-hitter saving catch...

                            Originally posted by KenFougere
                            Did you guys see Yaz's incredible catch on opening day at Yankee Stadium 1967? It saved the pitcher's( first game ) no-hitter in the 9th.
                            They showed the tape during tonight's game on ESPN. What an amazing catch! AND it was against New York too...
                            A Boston Red Sox highlight film?

                            Must have been pretty short...
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                            • Re: Yastrzemski's No-hitter saving catch...

                              Originally posted by KenFougere
                              Did you guys see Yaz's incredible catch on opening day at Yankee Stadium 1967? It saved the pitcher's( first game ) no-hitter in the 9th.
                              They showed the tape during tonight's game on ESPN. What an amazing catch! AND it was against New York too...
                              Yep, seen it. Catch of Tresh's drive. 2 hitters later (2 out in bottom of the 9th) Elston Howard breaks up Rohr's no-hit bid (9 IP, 0 R, 2 K, 5 BB and only 1 hit.)
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                              • Re: Yastrzemski's No-hitter saving catch...

                                Originally posted by YankeeMan
                                Yep, seen it. Catch of Tresh's drive. 2 hitters later (2 out in bottom of the 9th) Elston Howard breaks up Rohr's no-hit bid (9 IP, 0 R, 2 K, 5 BB and only 1 hit.)
                                How ironic, considering where he {E. Howard} ended up later in the season...
                                Ken Fougère

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