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2014 MLB Season Thread - Page 210

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Nice hammer pants, Larry

it was 2007. I was wearing scrub pants and I was faaaaaat (40lbs heavier). I was also wearing birkenstock boston clogs. uhoh.giffacepalm.gif
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medical internship will make you fat and also wear hideous footwear.
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Scherzer!
One down.
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Originally Posted by clarinetplayer View Post

Scherzer!
One down.

Don Kelly in left!!! ffffuuuu.gif
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Don Kelly's postseason OBP is lower than his batting average (this can only be achieved with sacrifices), thus, Don Kelly is a clutch and selfless postseason hitter.

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Red Sox offense is relentless. I foresee a sweep with Bucholz pitching on Monday.

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Originally Posted by EMartNJ View Post

Don Kelly's postseason OBP is lower than his batting average (this can only be achieved with sacrifices), thus, Don Kelly is a clutch and selfless postseason hitter.

He had that walk off sac fly in game 3 last year is the alds
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Joe Madden forgot that this league allows for pitching substitutions, or what?
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the crowd was really riding Meyers hard with chants of MY-ERS... MY-ERS.. throughout the whole game.

I was worried that Price was going to shut down the redsox, because he's been lights out lately.

The 2nd home run ortiz hit was a bomb.

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Unreal. 0 runs in last 17 innings.
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Originally Posted by bdeuce22 View Post

Unreal. 0 runs in last 17 innings.

It is a continuation of the hitting drought that we experienced in the final weeks of the regular season. Miguel Cabrera has 1 home run in his last 27 games. It is agonizing to watch him. Of course, he is trying. But he is in real pain. I cannot fault any of the pitchers. Any pitching staff that allows only one run deserves to win. At least, Don Kelly got two infield singles. biggrin.gif

Now, we have to win two at home.

Shakespeare from "As You Like It" said thus: And so from hour to hour, we ripe and ripe, and then, from hour to hour,we rot and rot; and thereby hangs a tale.
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Today, at 11:30 a.m., the playoff edition of "Pray for the Tigers" will be held at St John's Church near Comerica Park. The rector, Fr Steven Kelly, is a true die-hard Tigers fan. The brief service usually has a couple of hymns, a short scripture and talk, and the singing of "Take Me Out to the Ball Game". The Tigers are going to need it.

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Man you Detroit fellows are sure predisposed to losing. You just went 1-1 on the road and are already looking for divine intervention as your best hope.

Oh well.

Lets go Oakland!!
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Originally Posted by NorCal View Post

Man you Detroit fellows are sure predisposed to losing. You just went 1-1 on the road and are already looking for divine intervention as your best hope.

Oh well.

Lets go Oakland!!

I'm grateful for the victory in Game One. But, to be honest, our 3 runs were mostly due to the poor fielding by the A's. After the first inning, we could not score. When our star player, Miggy Cabrera, is injured and in pain, the remainder of the team seems to go down with him. Not giving up, though. Steve B should not utter "Kitty, kitty!" yet. As for Divine Intervention, keep in mind that Jim Leyland's brother is a priest!
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Going to the Dodgers game tomorrow... hope to finish off the Braves.
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I got some free credits for a sportsbook and decided to throw some of it at the Tigers. What could go wrong? A team that is driven by the long ball against a pitcher who doesn't give up home runs!

 

Oy, can't predict it, huh?

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