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Re: MLB Regular Season - 2005
« Reply #75 on: June 6, 2005, 02:52 PM »
Doing it with the B-Squad this weekend was all the more sweet.  They should have swept them

After righting the ship for a while, I'm glad to see the Yankee$ losing again ;D

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Re: MLB Regular Season - 2005
« Reply #76 on: June 6, 2005, 07:55 PM »
Twinkies suck.


That's all.


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Re: MLB Regular Season - 2005
« Reply #77 on: June 7, 2005, 12:23 AM »
Twinkies suck.


That's all.

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Minn = 33-22 (.600)
LAA ::) = 33-24 (.579)
LAD = 29-27 (.518)

If the Twinkies "suck", at least the Angels/Dodgers suck more.   :-*
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Re: MLB Regular Season - 2005
« Reply #78 on: June 7, 2005, 02:05 PM »
I still can't believe they changed the name from Anaheim to Los Angeles? 

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Re: MLB Regular Season - 2005
« Reply #79 on: June 7, 2005, 02:14 PM »
I still can't believe they changed the name from Anaheim to Los Angeles? 

I agree. 

"The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim"? 

[Chandler]Could your name BE any longer?[/Chandler]

Lame.   ::)

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Re: MLB Regular Season - 2005
« Reply #80 on: June 8, 2005, 12:10 PM »
Is it wrong to be happy that the Yankees have lost two in a row to Milwaukee thus falling 2 games below .500 and are firmly entrenched in 4th place in the AL East?   :D

Great game last night by the Twinks.  Crappy pitching was saved by two HRs by Hunter.  About time he got hot, maybe this is the start of something good for Torii.   :)

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Re: MLB Regular Season - 2005
« Reply #81 on: June 8, 2005, 01:50 PM »
Is it wrong to be happy that the Yankees have lost two in a row to Milwaukee thus falling 2 games below .500 and are firmly entrenched in 4th place in the AL East?   :D

Great game last night by the Twinks.  Crappy pitching was saved by two HRs by Hunter.  About time he got hot, maybe this is the start of something good for Torii.   :)

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You're not the only one thrilled about that.  I absolutely detest the Yankees and their rich pretty boy image.

Hopefully when they show up in Texas next month we'll take at least two of three from them.
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Re: MLB Regular Season - 2005
« Reply #82 on: June 8, 2005, 02:15 PM »
Minn = 33-22 (.600)
LAA ::) = 33-24 (.579)
LAD = 29-27 (.518)

If the Twinkies "suck", at least the Angels/Dodgers suck more.   :-*

Yeah, yeah, yeah...  Tell me something I don't already know, Mr. Predictable.  :P

BTW, Rangers suck too, while I'm at it!  ;)

And lemme tell ya', no one out here likes that L.A. Angels nonsense either.  No one.  We just call them the Angels, and leave the rest of that crap out of it.  They should've just reverted back to the "California Angels" if anything.  :-\

You guys see Erstad take out the Braves catcher the other night, and then the Braves start the following game off by throwing behind him in his first at bat?  Amusing...  Can't wait 'til we get Vlad back, so we can start to make our run finally.  Then you're all gonna be toast!  :-*

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Re: MLB Regular Season - 2005
« Reply #83 on: June 8, 2005, 04:33 PM »


And lemme tell ya', no one out here likes that L.A. Angels nonsense either.  No one.  We just call them the Angels, and leave the rest of that crap out of it.  They should've just reverted back to the "California Angels" if anything.  :-\

You guys see Erstad take out the Braves catcher the other night, and then the Braves start the following game off by throwing behind him in his first at bat?  Amusing...  Can't wait 'til we get Vlad back, so we can start to make our run finally.  Then you're all gonna be toast!  :-*

Yeah I saw it on TV missed the next game through when they throw behind him.  I think I saw a part of it when they finish the last game the Channel showed highlights of the game and one was a pitch that went behind an Angel player.  It look like the Umpire throw the pitcher out. 
I was waiting to see what would happen if Erstad was to bat again the night he took out the catcher but he didn't get a chance.  The hit was clean and a part of the game if the Braves didn't like it that is tough but thats a part of the game. 

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Re: MLB Regular Season - 2005
« Reply #84 on: June 17, 2005, 08:13 PM »
Minn = 33-22 (.600)
LAA ::) = 33-24 (.579)
LAD = 29-27 (.518)

If the Twinkies "suck", at least the Angels/Dodgers suck more.   :-*

I would like it to be (belatedly) noted here that the Dodgers took 2 outta 3 against the sorry-ass Twinkies, in no small part due to Korean Kong's 6 dingers over those 3 games.  :o

Unfortunately, the Dodgers may be totally screwed now, since Gagne's back on the DL, and may wind up missing the rest of the season.  ****.  >:(

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Re: MLB Regular Season - 2005
« Reply #85 on: June 29, 2005, 07:40 AM »
Anyway want a washed up bum of a closer with an over 6.00 ERA who can't throw a 85 mph fastball?  I'll trade him for a bag of used balls, a couple of broken bats and a bag of sunflower seeds.  >:(
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Re: MLB Regular Season - 2005
« Reply #86 on: June 29, 2005, 05:15 PM »
Damn Cubs are screwing with me again.  Only a couple games out of the Wild Card race and all the starting pitchers have returned.  Sigh, I foresee another wild ending to their season. 

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Re: MLB Regular Season - 2005
« Reply #87 on: June 29, 2005, 05:38 PM »
Rumor has it that Gary Sheffield may be going to the Mets for Mike Cameron and some other players.

Without Sheffield's bat, Yanks don't make the playoffs.
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Re: MLB Regular Season - 2005
« Reply #88 on: June 30, 2005, 07:31 AM »
Even with Roid Rage's bat, the Yanks ain't making the playoffs.
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Re: MLB Regular Season - 2005
« Reply #89 on: June 30, 2005, 10:24 AM »
Wow!  I just saw Kenny Rogers (I think that is his name) knock a camera out of some cameraman's hands.  What is with this guy?  Personally I always felt that when players come into the dugout and throw their little tirades and punch or kick things it's all for show and not much else.  If they were really that upset they should have took care of stuff better on the mound or on the field.  What is the need to go acting like an insane man after you have screwed up?