When we get into the 2006 - 2007 area, they might consider doing softgoods articulated versions to fill out the line. Give it time.
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A Sox-Cubs World Series would be the greatest thing for Baseball since the Sammy/McGwire deal a few years back
I am sorta sickened by all of the band wagon Cubs fans I am seeing though, that is what I will give some nods towards the East Coast, you guys are far more passionate about sports and don't cheer for the flavor of the month like the rest of the country seems to (ESPECIALLY LA!)
SHould be an interesting few weeks and hopefully we don't have to ban a few members over their passions (That was not a threat BTW, only joking)
Can you say Destiny?If destiny is the case, then the Cubs will probably win. They're definitely more due. Maybe the Red Sox fans can wait another ten years. Just as long as the Cubs.
BTW, Yankees still SUCK!
As for the Yanks rocking Wakefield this season I seem to recall the Sox rocking Clemens, Wells and Mussina at least once each as well.
And Pettite too the last time he started against the Sox.
And its not as quite as lopsided as Nick thinks it is:
copied verbatim from todays Boston Globe
(Stats are against opposing team this year for each probable starter)
Mussina, 0-0, 3.04ERA, 23 2/3 IP, 13H, 7BB, 19K, .163Avg.
Pettitte, 3-1, 5.04ERA, 25IP, 25H, 4BB, 28K, .250 Avg.
Clemens, 2-3, 8.67ERA, 27IP, 28H, 9BB, 24K, .328Avg.
Wells, 2-1, 3.91ERA, 25 1/3IP, 31H, 9BB, 15K, .292Avg.
Wakefield, 2-2, 3.96ERA, 25IP, 20H, 13BB, 17K, .217Avg.
Lowe, 2-0, 5.55ERA, 24 1/3IP, 32H, 9BB, 9K, .317Avg.
Martinez, 1-1, 3.80ERA, 23 2/3IP, 25H, 5BB, 33K, .266Avg.
Burkett, 0-1, 3.27ERA, 11IP, 13H, 6BB, 6K, .289Avg.
Slight edge to the Yanks, but in no way lopsided.