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« Reply #40 on: June 07, 2005, 07:08:01 AM »
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Seattle's actually winning for once...I guess it's nothing to be excited about since it was against the Devil Rays.


Yeah, and we're playing the Marlins tomorrow... Excited to see that...

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« Reply #41 on: June 08, 2005, 06:36:58 AM »
w00t, beat the Marlins! Go M's!!!

We also drafted a left-handed catcher! Good move, a catcher is something we really need...

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« Reply #42 on: June 13, 2005, 02:16:25 AM »
Most impressive performance today: Roy Oswalt's two-hit shutout against Toronto.  An 88-pitch complete game in only one hour and 50 minutes!

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« Reply #43 on: June 13, 2005, 06:06:50 PM »
How about H-h-h-hee seop choi with 3 HOMERS in one game???  6 total over the weekend??? :shock:

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« Reply #44 on: June 14, 2005, 12:44:07 AM »
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How about H-h-h-hee seop choi with 3 HOMERS in one game???  6 total over the weekend??? :shock:


Yep, that was awesome too.

Torii Hunter's take on Choi's outburst: "I've never seen that with my eyes. Six home runs in three games. That's very impressive. I've never seen that, even in Little League."

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« Reply #45 on: June 18, 2005, 11:08:57 PM »
Jeter knocks out the grand slam! First in 136 attempts! SHIT!

Well, at least the Chinese guy Wang is pitching lights out! 8)

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« Reply #46 on: June 19, 2005, 06:08:30 PM »
Taiwan = Chinese. We are all the same people. Write the same language.  Speak the same language.  dun matter what country you live in :roll:  :lol:

What's your picks for the All Star Team?? Vote #1

AL

First Base: E. Hinske, TOR
Second Base: T. Iguchi, CWS
Third Base: E. Chavez, OAK
Shortstop: D. Jeter, NYY
Catcher: I. Rodriguez, DET
Outfielder: J. Dye, CWS
Outfielder: H. Matsui, NYY
Outfielder: I. Suzuki, SEA
DH: D. Young, DET    

NL

First Base: H. Choi, LAD
Second Base: K. Matsui, NYM
Third Base: V. Castilla, WSH
Shortstop: J. Reyes, NYM
Catcher: P. Lo Duca, FLA
Outfielder: K. Griffey Jr., CIN
Outfielder: J. Pierre, FLA
Outfielder: B. Wilkerson, WSH

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« Reply #47 on: June 20, 2005, 08:49:23 AM »
Mariner's are hot, hot, HOT!!!

Anyhow, my Allstars:

AL

First Base: M. Teixeria, TEX
Second Base: A. Soriano, TEX
Third Base: A. Rodriguez, NYY
Shortstop: M. Tejada, BAL
Catcher: J. Varitek, BOS
Outfielder: V. Guerrero LAA
Outfielder: G. Sheffield, NYY
Outfielder: I. Suzuki, SEA
DH: R. Ibanez, SEA

If we could vote for a pitcher:

SP: J. Santana, MIN

NL

First Base: A. Pujols, STL
Second Base: J. Kent, LAD
Third Base: T. Glaus, ARI
Shortstop: J. Rollins, PHI
Catcher: P. Lo Duca, FLA
Outfielder: C. Lee, MIL
Outfielder: J. Edmonds, STL
Outfielder: B. Abreu. PHI

SP: P. Martinez, NYM

Looks like the AL will dominate

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« Reply #48 on: June 23, 2005, 09:00:28 AM »
Oh man, longest Mariner's game ever... Got it in the 12th! Go Sexson! Way to earn your $12 mill...

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« Reply #49 on: June 27, 2005, 03:17:14 AM »
Mets go for the SWEEP in The Stadium tonight.

1-0 Mets, bottom 4th, 2 outs.  Giambi fans on a high inside fastball.

What's wrong with this?  Womack starts in center and bats second for the Bombers.  Damn, I feel SORRY for Yankee fans.

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« Reply #50 on: June 27, 2005, 10:46:59 AM »
^ HOLY FUCK! That was a decent game tonite...Giambi was the hero! Who'd thunk. Mets bullpen just broke down when The Unit was just struggling with his control

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« Reply #51 on: June 27, 2005, 11:34:04 AM »
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^ HOLY FUCK! That was a decent game tonite...Giambi was the hero! Who'd thunk. Mets bullpen just broke down when The Unit was just struggling with his control


Yep, good game.  And good for Giambi; maybe he'll get into a groove on the road.  Mets have to be bummed when they were so damn close to the sweep.

I still don't see the logic behind playing Tony Womack, though, to say nothing of batting him SECOND.  They may as well put Bernie Williams back in center...

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« Reply #52 on: June 28, 2005, 01:33:42 PM »
Damn! With Steinbrenner calling the "Big Meeting" in TB, they could even RELEASE Bernie or what.

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« Reply #53 on: July 01, 2005, 05:31:10 AM »
Don't Fuck with Kenny Rogers.  I was watching the news this evening and I think the Arlington Police will charge him with Misdemeanor Assault, not sure which type yet.

Back in Texas >_<

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« Reply #54 on: July 01, 2005, 08:27:28 AM »
Gosh... M's getting sweeped by the A's... @$%@$%@$% :evil:

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« Reply #55 on: July 02, 2005, 07:05:13 AM »
Whats going on Kenny :lol:  Ah well Texas has been sucking the last couple of games, but they beat the Mariners today!

Ichiro needs to move to another team...or the Mariners need to get Griffey Jr.

Ichiro and Ken Griff. Jr. on the same team! my two fav players!!!!!!


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« Reply #56 on: July 02, 2005, 07:44:49 PM »
Kenny must've come down with 'Roid Rage!  One of the Apt. complexes next to mine did a Steroid bust of one of the residents.  He was supplying some "Vitamin S" to the local high school.  We're just 7 miles from Ameriquest Field.

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« Reply #57 on: July 02, 2005, 09:20:50 PM »
How long was the suspension that Rogers got from MLB?  One news report I saw said 20 days, another one said 20 GAMES!

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« Reply #58 on: July 03, 2005, 12:13:57 PM »
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How long was the suspension that Rogers got from MLB?  One news report I saw said 20 days, another one said 20 GAMES!


20 games: http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/news/story?id=2098862

He was also fined $50,000.  I wonder if he'll appeal.

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« Reply #59 on: July 04, 2005, 10:58:53 AM »
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Should i make a praise your fave athlete or soemthing?


Yeah man, I already half of this forum is filled with my Shaq threads :lmao:

hahaha! Imagine Griffey and Ichiro in the same outfield!

Man Bret Boone got cut!! THERE'S NO CRYING IN BASEBALL! But no wonder major league teams have clauses to prevent players from playing basketball, etc.

hey, here's the final ALL-STAR voting numbers:

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American League All-Star Voting
 
July 3, 2005

Final balloting for the 76th All-Star Game, which will
be played July 12 at Comerica Park in Detroit:

Catcher
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 1.  Jason Varitek, Boston          2,939,648
 2.  Ivan Rodriguez, Detroit        1,841,385
 3.  Jorge Posada, NY Yankees       1,133,111
 4.  Javy Lopez, Baltimore            681,774
 5.  A.J. Pierzynski, Chi White Sox   615,942

First Base
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 1.  Mark Teixeira, Texas           2,187,115
 2.  Tino Martinez, NY Yankees      1,526,216
 3.  Kevin Millar, Boston           1,191,188
 4.  Paul Konerko, Chi White Sox    1,104,968
 5.  Richie Sexson, Seattle           678,975

Second Base
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 1.  Brian Roberts, Baltimore       2,629,521
 2.  Alfonso Soriano, Texas         2,434,840
 3.  Mark Bellhorn, Boston          1,035,293
 4.  Tony Womack, NY Yankees          658,420
 5.  Tadahito Iguchi, Chi White Sox   634,581

Shortstop
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 1.  Miguel Tejada, Baltimore       3,224,908
 2.  Derek Jeter, NY Yankees        2,012,448
 3.  Edgar Renteria, Boston         1,485,964
 4.  Carlos Guillen, Detroit          546,584
 5.  Michael Young, Texas             497,704

Third Base
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 1.  Alex Rodriguez, NY Yankees     3,553,235
 2.  Bill Mueller, Boston           1,295,233
 3.  Melvin Mora, Baltimore           970,967
 4.  Hank Blalock, Texas              719,992
 5.  Adrian Beltre, Seattle           587,746

Outfield
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 1.  Manny Ramirez, Boston          3,117,157
 2.  Vladimir Guerrero, Anaheim     3,006,512
 3.  Johnny Damon, Boston           2,800,610
 4.  Ichiro Suzuki, Seattle         2,743,784
 5.  Gary Sheffield, NY Yankees     1,737,779
 6.  Hideki Matsui, NY Yankees      1,475,969
 7.  Torii Hunter, Minnesota        1,185,290
 8.  Trot Nixon, Boston             1,134,892
 9.  Sammy Sosa, Baltimore          1,072,110
10.  Scott Podsednik, Chi White Sox   946,704
11.  Garret Anderson, Anaheim         841,940
12.  Bernie Williams, NY Yankees      750,512
13.  Steve Finley, Anaheim            545,169
14.  Jermaine Dye, Chi White Sox      447,784
15.  Richard Hidalgo, Texas           415,103

Designated Hitter
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 1.  David Ortiz, Boston            4,138,141
 2.  Rafael Palmeiro, Baltimore     1,081,805
 3.  Jason Giambi, NY Yankees         794,315
 4.  Frank Thomas, Chi White Sox      675,189
 5.  Dmitri Young, Detroit            545,456


Code: [Select]
National League All-Star Voting
 
July 3, 2005

Final balloting for the 76th All-Star Game, which will
be played July 12 at Comerica Park in Detroit:

Catcher
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 1.  Mike Piazza, NY Mets             1,966,074
 2.  Michael Barrett, Chicago         1,659,800
 3.  Yadier Molina, St. Louis         1,659,577
 4.  Paul Lo Duca, Florida            1,387,021
 5.  Ramon Hernandez, San Diego       1,073,657

First Base
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 1.  Derrek Lee, Chi Cubs             3,560,316
 2.  Albert Pujols, St. Louis         3,455,017
 3.  Doug Mientkiewicz, NY Mets         567,964
 4.  Todd Helton, Colorado              521,689
 5.  Jim Thome, Philadelphia            518,653

Second Base
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 1.  Jeff Kent, Los Angeles           2,253,271
 2.  Mark Grudzielanek, St. Louis     1,985,128
 3.  Todd Walker, Chi Cubs            1,376,827
 4.  Craig Biggio, Houston            1,058,419
 5.  Marucs Giles, Atlanta              836,468

Shortstop
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 1.  David Eckstein, St. Louis        2,231,246
 2.  Cesar Izturis, Los Angeles       1,659,010
 3.  Nomar Garciaparra, Chi Cubs      1,307,973
 4.  Clint Barmes, Colorado             910,211
 5.  Rafael Furcal, Atlanta             869,657

Third Base
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 1.  Scott Rolen, St. Louis           2,742,864
 2.  Aramis Ramirez, Chi Cubs         2,373,677
 3.  Troy Glaus, Arizona              1,142,358
 4.  Chipper Jones, Atlanta           1,033,415
 5.  David Wright, NY Mets              759,655

Outfield
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 1.  Jim Edmonds, St. Louis           2,826,306
 2.  Bobby Abreu, Philadelphia        2,532,742
 3.  Carlos Beltran, NY Mets          2,049,779
 4.  Miguel Cabrera, Florida          1,650,369
 5.  Larry Walker, St. Louis          1,617,578
 6.  Andruw Jones, Atlanta            1,576,418
 7.  Ken Griffey Jr., Cincinnati      1,489,768
 8.  Reggie Sanders, St. Louis        1,340,401
 9.  Jeromy Burnitz, Chi Cubs         1,195,019
10.  Carlos Lee, Milwaukee            1,177,134
11.  Corey Patterson, Chi Cubs        1,003,234
12.  Pat Burrell, Philadelphia          955,677
13.  Cliff Floyd, NY Mets               920,077
14.  Milton Bradley, Los Angeles        871,440
15.  J.D. Drew, Los Angeles             825,689
 


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