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    Quote Originally Posted by 32green View Post
    Lol!

    Cano up, Tex on.

    Stranger things...
    Got some juice flowing here with 2 outs.

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    How long has John Candy been Detroit's pitching coach?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonhomme Richard View Post
    Got some juice flowing here with 2 outs.
    OK.


    FOur wins...and we are in the WS.

    How many teams can say that?




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    LOL. Phil phucking Coke.

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    I'm telling you lads, I saw the Sawx do it to the Yanks in 2004. I was in YS.

    One win...and this juggernaut becomes a hah wtf oh no.

    Too many big bats silenced, and alot of pressure on the TIgers to close it out.

    This is not over.





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    Quote Originally Posted by 32green View Post
    I'm telling you lads, I saw the Sawx do it to the Yanks in 2004. I was in YS.

    One win...and this juggernaut becomes a hah wtf oh no.

    Too many big bats silenced, and alot of pressure on the TIgers to close it out.

    This is not over.





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    What's more likely -- THAT, or Romney blowing out Obama on Nov. 7?

    Get used to a Yankee championship-less Obama 2nd term, here in '012.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonhomme Richard View Post
    What's more likely -- THAT, or Romney blowing out Obama on Nov. 7?

    Get used to a Yankee championship-less Obama 2nd term, here in '012.
    Meh....the Yanks lose, no biggie.

    Obama didnt impress me tonight. Nor has he ever. This aint over either.

    You are too young to be so bitter. Wait til you are married!




    You have plenty of time to develop a manageable drankin problem...like the rest of the Mods!


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    So your saying there's a CHANCE?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 32green View Post
    I'm telling you lads, I saw the Sawx do it to the Yanks in 2004. I was in YS.

    One win...and this juggernaut becomes a hah wtf oh no.

    Too many big bats silenced, and alot of pressure on the TIgers to close it out.

    This is not over.





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    I thought if they could win it last night, if they could get to Verlander, it would completely shift the momentum and shatter Detroit.

    And they had plenty of chances. Dude did not have his A game last night and his control was spotty. Of course, the Yankees didn't have anything offensively. Only run was produced, once again, in the 9th inning by a bench player.

    Unfortunately, I think they are just done with this. It looks like they don't want to be there. They don't have the same mentality Boston had, and they most certainly don't have any assassins like Manny/Ortiz in the lineup right now.

    They're cold as ice... doubtful they thaw out overnight.

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    And they had plenty of chances.


    that is the theme of this series. they tie up game 1 in the bottom of the 9th. Then fail to push a run across before they have to resort to Phelps VS. Cabrera/Fielder/Young

    Load the bases three times in game 2, come through in any one of those situations and they win that game.

    game 3 Verlander did not have his best stuff, and almost everyone was ahead in the count.

    The way the pitching has been, and the match-ups for game 4, 5, and 6; I can seriously see them winning the next three if just one guy starts hitting, unfortunately I don't have any faith in the line-up that they are putting out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 32green View Post
    I'm telling you lads, I saw the Sawx do it to the Yanks in 2004. I was in YS.

    One win...and this juggernaut becomes a hah wtf oh no.

    Too many big bats silenced, and alot of pressure on the TIgers to close it out.

    This is not over.





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    It's over.....you just are living in denial.

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    Getting rid of Arod will be a good first move to sell the team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apache 51 View Post
    Getting rid of Arod will be a good first move to sell the team.
    The only way they're getting rid of ARod is if they shoot him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adb280z View Post
    The only way they're getting rid of ARod is if they shoot him.
    I won't tell if you don't.

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    Game is postponed until tomorrow due to rain... and it's not raining. Now it's rescheduled until 4pm tomorrow, and I don't get home until 7.

    Another reason people are losing interest in baseball. It's run by ****ing pusses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adb280z View Post
    The only way they're getting rid of ARod is if they shoot him.
    I'm telling you, A-Rod for Vernon Wells and split the salary difference.

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    for this rare time

    rainout theater was probably more entertaining than the actual game

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    Swisher once again proves he has no business being in the lineup.

    He's so bad that it's actually funny now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMikeIsHot View Post
    Swisher once again proves he has no business being in the lineup.

    He's so bad that it's actually funny now.
    I feel like I am watching the same game for the 20th time in a row.

    Cy Young against the Bad News Bears.

    Friggin unbelievable.


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    Stomp, Stomp, Stomp noise when his old man came up. Cecil, anyone remember?

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