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11 minutes ago, RaiderHaters Revenge said:

its a conspiracy

honestly for east coast teams, they schedule a day off for home openers so they can do a makeup the next day (see STL/SD today)

And it's stupid to schedule it like that. These teams should be starting in warm weather/ domes as much as possible anyway. 

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7 minutes ago, Hardcore troubadour said:

And it's stupid to schedule it like that. These teams should be starting in warm weather/ domes as much as possible anyway. 

I dont think there are enough honestly

I mean how late do you want the east coast to have their opener?

 

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2 minutes ago, RaiderHaters Revenge said:

I dont think there are enough honestly

I mean how late do you want the east coast to have their opener?

 

They can do better. NY and Detroit playing each other early can be avoided. 

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Just now, Hardcore troubadour said:

They can do better. NY and Detroit playing each other early can be avoided. 

so the AL, basically we can only guarantee TOR, SEA, and TB, and probably Oak, LA, Hou and Tex, there are 15 teams there has to be some situations

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4 hours ago, RaiderHaters Revenge said:

so the AL, basically we can only guarantee TOR, SEA, and TB, and probably Oak, LA, Hou and Tex, there are 15 teams there has to be some situations

 They can do better with the scheduling. The Angels are playing Texas and Seattle played Oakland today. 

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32 minutes ago, Hardcore troubadour said:

 They can do better with the scheduling. The Angels are playing Texas and Seattle played Oakland today. 

generally thats how it should be, first week or 2 playing your division, same with end of the year

 

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32 minutes ago, vuduchile said:

Do the Brewers have a magic number yet?

Damn, the Cubs look bad. 

can that pitching staff do it again??

Woodruff looks like hes throwing puss but gets everyone out

 

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8 minutes ago, RaiderHaters Revenge said:

can that pitching staff do it again??

Woodruff looks like hes throwing puss but gets everyone out

 

The Brewers have enough arms to win the division, but they did give up 10 runs tonight while Hader sat   

Meanwhile, Lester is the only Cubs pitcher who can get anybody out.  

Not looking good for Maddon early in the last year of his contract.  

 

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10 hours ago, vuduchile said:

The Brewers have enough arms to win the division, but they did give up 10 runs tonight while Hader sat   

Meanwhile, Lester is the only Cubs pitcher who can get anybody out.  

Not looking good for Maddon early in the last year of his contract.  

 

I went to bed it was 8-0...wow just looked at box score

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Red Sox are a shiot show at this point.  Go Dbacks!  :banana:

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I thought the Indians had issues, but Boston is a train wreck. Jeebus. 🤣

Eta: 228 million dollar roster. Yikes.

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Has a manager and general manager ever both been fired the year after winning it all?

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5 minutes ago, edjr said:

Has a manager and general manager ever both been fired the year after winning it all?

Your boy Theo is on the verge of canning Maddon too.  

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1 minute ago, vuduchile said:

Your boy Theo is on the verge of canning Maddon too.  

Did he steal something in Thailand? 

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11 hours ago, vuduchile said:

Your boy Theo is on the verge of canning Maddon too.  

How so?

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12 hours ago, edjr said:

Has a manager and general manager ever both been fired the year after winning it all?

It is a conundrum, but I think the players are to blame. Ton of talent not living up to even half of expectations 

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Cubs back above .500.  Starters have been mostly good with Lester sidelined.  He's back tonight to try to sweep the Dodgers.  Meanwhile, Morrow has had another setback.  

Baez continues to impress.  He, Heyward, Contreras, Descalso and Bote all hitting over .300.  

Bryant, Rizzo and Schwarber have yet to find it.  I'm beginning to think Schwarber never will.  

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Rhys Hoskins with a 34 second home run trot last night. At first I was thinking "what a punk ass", then I saw what the pitcher had done against him the previous night (threw two fastballs just over his head). Completely justified.

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1 minute ago, ZeroTolerance said:

Rhys Hoskins with a 34 second home run trot last night. At first I was thinking "what a punk ass", then I saw what the pitcher had done against him the previous night (threw two fastballs just over his head). Completely justified.

Yeah but he will get one near his ear the next time he plays the Mets...  He better not be shocked...

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2 minutes ago, posty said:

Yeah but he will get one near his ear the next time he plays the Mets...  He better not be shocked...

Ridiculous though. If your b*tch ass pitcher buzzes a guy's head twice in one at bat, he doesn't have a damn thing to complain about if that guy shows him up the next night. Dumb enough that he didn't get ejected for it in the first place.

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Just now, ZeroTolerance said:

Ridiculous though. If your b*tch ass pitcher buzzes a guy's head twice in one at bat, he doesn't have a damn thing to complain about if that guy shows him up the next night.

Oh I totally agree with you, but you know just as I do that their minds don't work that way...

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If the Red Sox win tonight, by any score, I win $25 from pat 

Zimmersuck vs Porsucko.

A whole lot of suck on the mound tonight. 

Combined 0 - 6 with an ERA over 6.5

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2 minutes ago, edjr said:

If the Red Sox win tonight, by any score, I win $25 from pat 

Zimmersuck vs Porsucko.

A whole lot of suck on the mound tonight. 

Combined 0 - 6 with an ERA over 6.5

Nice focking 8th inning out of Detroit bullpen last night.  :wall:

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Gotta give the Yankees credit. 

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4 minutes ago, Hardcore troubadour said:

Gotta give the Yankees credit. 

May I ask "for what"?

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Just now, posty said:

May I ask "for what"?

Keeping their head above water despite all the injuries. 

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Just now, Hardcore troubadour said:

Keeping their head above water despite all the injuries. 

Gotcha...  Thank you for clarifying...

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3 minutes ago, posty said:

Gotcha...  Thank you for clarifying...

What else could I have been referring to? 

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1 minute ago, Hardcore troubadour said:

What else could I have been referring to? 

The Maybin trade?

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14 minutes ago, Hardcore troubadour said:

Gotta give the Yankees credit. 

Pretty incredible really.  They're contending with a lineup that's basically half a triple A team.  

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20 minutes ago, posty said:

The Maybin trade?

That trade is not a good sign. 

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Just now, Hardcore troubadour said:

That trade is not a good sign. 

That was why I was confused when I assumed that is what you meant...

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1 hour ago, vuduchile said:

Pretty incredible really.  They're contending with a lineup that's basically half a triple A team.  

Easier to do when you play in a little league park

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5 minutes ago, RaiderHaters Revenge said:

Easier to do when you play in a little league park

Just right field is short. Stop it. 

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27 minutes ago, Hardcore troubadour said:

Just right field is short. Stop it. 

Your right it’s 314 down the line to rf and much bigger down the line to left field

315🙄

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11 minutes ago, RaiderHaters Revenge said:

Your right it’s 314 down the line to rf and much bigger down the line to left field

315🙄

For about five feet. Stop it. It expands out after that. Jeez, Yankee hate is strong around here. I get it though. 

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9 minutes ago, Hardcore troubadour said:

For about five feet. Stop it. It expands out after that. Jeez, Yankee hate is strong around here. I get it though. 

LB Official Rule 1.04 (a): Any field built by a Club after June 1, 1958 will have a minimum distance of 325 feet from Home Plate to the fence that is nearest in the right and left fields along the foul lines, and a minimum 400-foot center field fence.

 

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