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    Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

    I never thought I'd see the day....
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    personally...id rather the Braves finish dead last in the MLB than see Smoltz go..he's been my favorite player since I was old enough to follow baseball! Sorry to put this in the main forum but its the off season and im sure it will get moved eventually anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penny2Coles
    I never thought I'd see the day....
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    personally...id rather the Braves finish dead last in the MLB than see Smoltz go..he's been my favorite player since I was old enough to follow baseball! Sorry to put this in the main forum but its the off season and im sure it will get moved eventually anyway.

    kind of reminds me of when tom terrific got traded for doug flynn, pat zachry and dan norman..

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    Me smell a Yankee cap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I
    Me smell a Yankee cap.

    SAR I
    me too unfortunately.

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    Forget it, boys, it ain't gonna happen. The Braves have a cheap option on him for next year. No reason in the world they would do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I
    Me smell a Yankee cap.

    SAR I
    i'd rather have dontrelle, but if we can get smoltz on the cheap(no phillip hughes, wang, or cano), then i'd do it. however, i don't think that will happen and i'm not for a pitcher on the wrong side of 35 coming to the american league for a high price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penny2Coles
    I never thought I'd see the day....
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    personally...id rather the Braves finish dead last in the MLB than see Smoltz go..he's been my favorite player since I was old enough to follow baseball! Sorry to put this in the main forum but its the off season and im sure it will get moved eventually anyway.

    Finish last? Why do you think Smoltz is being traded?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I
    Me smell a Yankee cap.

    SAR I

    Pray for a 3 way. More than likely he will be going to DETROIT!

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    as a Mets fan this makes me smile

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    Quote Originally Posted by JazzyJet
    as a Mets fan this makes me smile
    Yessssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss

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    Ted Turner in a fire sale? All is right with the world! Wait, they're maikng a comeback, right, 2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JumbalayaJet
    Ted Turner in a fire sale? All is right with the world!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JazzyJet
    as a Mets fan this makes me smile

    Come on I'm a Mets fan but give the guy some respect!



    NAHNAH NAH NAH, NAH NAH NAHNA, HEY HEY HEY GOODBYE!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bill parcells
    kind of reminds me of when tom terrific got traded for doug flynn, pat zachry and dan norman..
    I remember that sad day well Tuna. We didn't even get a everyday starter cause old Sparky didn't believe ANY pitcher was worth an everyday player. Then Tommy boy pitches a no no for them while we're still waiting 44 years for our 1st one.

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    veteran pitcher - check
    past his prime - check
    will want more than he's worth - check


    hes a perfect candidate for the yanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChipShot
    veteran pitcher - check
    past his prime - check
    will want more than he's worth - check


    hes a perfect candidate for the yanks
    past his prime? someone doesnt watch Braves games. 5 times this year Smoltz has left a game with a lead. 5! The bullpen is horrific.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penny2Coles
    past his prime? someone doesnt watch Braves games. 5 times this year Smoltz has left a game with a lead. 5! The bullpen is horrific.

    Hes still good, but that doesnt mean hes in his prime... Baseball players usually are in their prime from age 29-33. So yes he is!~

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbeller83
    Hes still good, but that doesnt mean hes in his prime... Baseball players usually are in their prime from age 29-33. So yes he is!~
    i take past his prime as in he cant get the job done anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penny2Coles
    i take past his prime as in he cant get the job done anymore.

    no, it doesn't mean that... Actually usually age 28-32, some are 25, 26 which is what they say. Guys like Pujols, and Im sure wright will be well into his prime by 26. Guys past their prime are: Johnny Damon, Manny Ram, Chipper Jones..... They are all still extremely productive but you have seen them at their peak...


    Now Washed: Bonds, Randy Johnson. Thats another story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penny2Coles
    I never thought I'd see the day....
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    personally...id rather the Braves finish dead last in the MLB than see Smoltz go..he's been my favorite player since I was old enough to follow baseball! Sorry to put this in the main forum but its the off season and im sure it will get moved eventually anyway.
    Ye Gads!!! How old are you??

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