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Title: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: big dawg on October 03, 2006, 04:30:54 PM
North American based.. (or anybody who cares for that matter)..

Baseball Play-offs begining tonite..

OAKLAND A'S VS MINNESOTA TWINS

ST LOIUIS CARDINALS  VS SAN DIEGO PADRES

DETROIT LION VS NEW YORK YANKEES

LOS ANGELES DODGERS VS NEW YORK METS


PICK YUH WINNA
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: Quags on October 03, 2006, 04:40:50 PM
Twins
Padres <st lou stinking 2 weeks now>
Tigers<best bet>
Dodgers

hard luk capo but like the mets done before it start ,el duque out
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: dwolfman on October 03, 2006, 07:53:20 PM
Yeah, the Mets don't have a prayer without their pitching ace. I haven't followed baseball as closely as I once did when I lived in the U.S. I'm just glad that the Braves are out.  ;D
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: Trini Madness on October 03, 2006, 08:15:26 PM
YANKEEEEEEEEEEEES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: capodetutticapi on October 04, 2006, 09:56:03 AM
it only have one team in new york.METS.yankees eh winnin shit.tigers will cut they ass.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: WestCoast on October 04, 2006, 10:17:57 AM
Look to me like Yankees
A  L  L         T  H  E           W  A  Y

Derek slap dem 5 for 5
an my man Johnny still  ;D lookin civilised  heh heh

http://newyork.yankees.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/content/printer_friendly/nyy/y2006/m10/d03/c1697656.jsp

Jeter adds to postseason legend
10/04/2006 2:18 AM ET
By Ian Browne / MLB.com

NEW YORK -- There was no easing into this postseason for Derek Jeter. His October reputation already set for the ages, Jeter somehow managed to add another chapter to his legend in Game 1 of this Division Series against the Tigers.
By the end of the night, the Yankees captain had once again awed everyone from teammates to opponents to fans.

All Jeter did was go 5-for-5, tying the record for most hits in a postseason game. The feat had only been done five times before, so naturally, Jeter had to do it. He did it in the flow of the game, helping the Yankees to an 8-4 victory over the Tigers.

"It's easy to fall into the trap of, 'Oh, it's just Derek being unbelievable in the postseason.' To him, it's just another game," said Yankees slugger Jason Giambi. "I don't know if it's because he started his career young and has been in the playoffs, but he's definitely a special talent, no doubt about it. He's unbelievable. He just gets into those games and bears down and just starts throwing hits all over the place."

Jeter capped off the magical night by belting a solo homer to left-center in the bottom the eighth. Deafening roars cascaded from the packed house at Yankee Stadium. A curtain call followed.

Just another night at the office for one of the great clutch players of the last decade. Jeter extended his postseason hits record to 147 and his Division Series hits record to 64.

Per usual, the least impressed person at Yankee Stadium seemed to be Jeter, who was interested in the win and not much else.

"Not necessarily when I have a night like this, [but] when the team has a night like this, you're able to relax a little bit," said Jeter. "But it's a short series. You can't relax in this series. You come right back [Wednesday]. You want to win the first game, especially at home."

It was as if Jeter was on a mission to get a win. Before he had reached full throttle with the bat, Jeter made a brilliant play with the glove in the top of the third inning. He went into the hole to field a grounder by Placido Polanco, swiftly got it to second base for the force, and watched Robinson Cano complete the 6-4-3 double play.

Then, in the bottom of the third inning, Jeter grabbed a big piece of momentum by smashing a basehit into center and stretching it into a double with all-out hustle. A game that was scoreless up to that point suddenly had Yankees at second and third with nobody out. From there, the Yankees wouldn't be stopped. Bobby Abreu hammered a two-run double. Gary Sheffield slapped an RBI single. Giambi roped a two-run homer and it was 5-0, Yankees.

Jeter had set the tone.

Most hits in a postseason game
 
Paul Blair, Bal, 10/6/69, ALCS vs. Min.
Paul Molitor, Mil, 10/12/82, WS vs. Stl.
Marquis Grissom, Atl, 10/7/95, NLDS vs. Col.
Mike Stanley, Bos, 10/10/99 ALDS vs. Cle.
Hideki Matsui, NY, 10/16/04, ALCS vs. Bos.
Derek Jeter, NY, 10/3/06, ALDS vs. Det.
"The thing is, every at-bat means something," said Jeter.

Just as the Tigers crept back into it at 5-3, Jeter helped spread it back out. His double in the sixth once again set up runners at second and third with nobody out. And Abreu came through with another two-run hit, this one a single.

"He was awesome as usual," said Sheffield. "He stepped up for us big today, and once we got up big, he kept pouring it on for the rest of the game."

Coming off a regular season that just might win him his first Most Valuable Player Award, Jeter again reinforced that the postseason is what counts most for him.

"Derek is a special player," said Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez. "I'm very proud to be his teammate."

Of course, the Yankee who is linked most often to Jeter is the manager. Joe Torre and Jeter planted roots together in New York in 1996. Ten years later, Torre still shakes his head in disbelief when asked to recap another heroic night by his shortstop.

"I don't want to say he has a plan, but he just seems to relish this atmosphere," said Torre. "He's been so big for us for 11 years here and, you know, again, I can't say I'm surprised. Everything worked well for him tonight. Starting that double play was not an easy play. Swinging the bat tonight, he was on everything."

This was what Abreu saw on television for all those Octobers he was a spectator. Tuesday night, he got to witness the Jeter legend up close.

"That guy is amazing," said Abreu. "Right now, being behind him, watching him play, it's amazing. That guy, he's a gamer, he's a leader and you can learn a lot of things from him. Like I say, it's amazing. That's amazing, watching him play."

Most amazing of all is that such a performance was not entirely unexpected when you consider who produced it.

"He doesn't amaze me at all," said Yankees closer Mariano Rivera. "I've seen it before, and he'll keep doing it as long as he's here."
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: Trini Madness on October 04, 2006, 12:36:40 PM
it only have one team in new york.METS.yankees eh winnin shit.tigers will cut they ass.

lol ok look at this.....yankees have made the playoffs every year since 95. what about tigers? tigers have a good young squad but them rookies i think won't handle the playoff pressure......especially when you're playing in yankee stadium.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: daryn on October 04, 2006, 07:29:29 PM
I backing the mets.  pedro was only 9-8 this season and reyes, wright, delgado and beltran still do the job without him.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: sinned on October 04, 2006, 08:34:12 PM
a national league team not winning the world series. the AL is just too strong -- my team was the twins but they down 2-0 so now i just rooting for anyone but the yankees (and preferrably not the mets)
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: Trini Madness on October 05, 2006, 06:43:58 AM
a national league team not winning the world series. the AL is just too strong -- my team was the twins but they down 2-0 so now i just rooting for anyone but the yankees (and preferrably not the mets)

like yuh hate new york bad bad  ;D
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: capodetutticapi on October 07, 2006, 09:47:56 AM
yankees on de brink of elimination.hehehehehehe
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: big dawg on October 07, 2006, 03:01:44 PM
yankees on de brink of elimination.hehehehehehe


Nice
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: ricky on October 07, 2006, 04:39:10 PM
yankees on de brink of elimination.hehehehehehe

dey done like dinner, 8-0 Det 8th inning  :rotfl:
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: dwolfman on October 08, 2006, 01:36:52 PM
Mets sweep the Dodgers in a 9-5 game 3 win. There goes that theory about losing without their ace pitcher.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: Quags on October 08, 2006, 01:51:16 PM
Mets sweep the Dodgers in a 9-5 game 3 win. There goes that theory about losing without their ace pitcher.
Yeah they lose two starters ,guess the guys rally around that ,very surprising lets see how long it last ,would not mind meh boy Delgado winning a chapionship ...
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: Trini Madness on October 08, 2006, 05:42:12 PM
arod.......what an overpaid overrated piece ah sh*t!!!! i doh want him back screw he. its funny how one little thing can mess up everything. arod up at bat with bases loaded and 2 out......and what does he do? strikes out.

Athletics and Mets in the world series. A's gonna take the championship. i have a respect for the mets....but its the fans who i hate.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: big dawg on October 08, 2006, 06:48:48 PM
arod.......what an overpaid overrated piece ah sh*t!!!! i doh want him back screw he. its funny how one little thing can mess up everything. arod up at bat with bases loaded and 2 out......and what does he do? strikes out.

Athletics and Mets in the world series. A's gonna take the championship. i have a respect for the mets....but its the fans who i hate.

i read joe torre days are numbered... a rod is definately overpaid ( and so are the entire roster).

This is the most expensive team in the world.. even more expensive that man u..one would expect them to win outright...now thier taking there expenisve salaries and spending time in disney world... ;D

check out these guys salaries..

http://asp.usatoday.com/sports/baseball/salaries/teamdetail.aspx?team=9&year=2006
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: capodetutticapi on October 09, 2006, 08:54:14 AM
it only have one team in new york.METS.yankees eh winnin shit.tigers will cut they ass.
so said so done.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: Trini Madness on October 09, 2006, 01:39:40 PM
arod.......what an overpaid overrated piece ah sh*t!!!! i doh want him back screw he. its funny how one little thing can mess up everything. arod up at bat with bases loaded and 2 out......and what does he do? strikes out.

Athletics and Mets in the world series. A's gonna take the championship. i have a respect for the mets....but its the fans who i hate.

i read joe torre days are numbered... a rod is definately overpaid ( and so are the entire roster).

This is the most expensive team in the world.. even more expensive that man u..one would expect them to win outright...now thier taking there expenisve salaries and spending time in disney world... ;D

check out these guys salaries..

http://asp.usatoday.com/sports/baseball/salaries/teamdetail.aspx?team=9&year=2006

torre is a good manager but i think its time to bring in someone else.......say like lou pinella.

can you imagine miguel cairo a bench player receiving a million dollars!!

they not going disney world.....while de playoffs still going on them playing golf in florida somewhere. you does go disney world when you win de world series  ;D
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: WestCoast on October 09, 2006, 06:19:22 PM
darn it

soooo looong Yankees :-[
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: Quags on October 11, 2006, 04:14:36 AM
Didn't realize the mets have shawn green .....so wait thr big stars are Shawn Green ,Carlos Delgado and Chris Carpenter fot St Louis  :o >:( that is the 2002 Toronto BlueJays Line up wha d tail!! we drafted them  !!
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: Quags on October 11, 2006, 04:03:37 PM
Is ah yankee crush that plane  :o
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: Trini Madness on October 11, 2006, 06:13:51 PM
i say this in the other forum....if yankees won that series against the tigers cory lidle wouldve been alive right now.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: Quags on October 11, 2006, 06:51:24 PM
they shouldn ha sign him in the first place ,
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: Trini Madness on October 11, 2006, 07:00:23 PM
they shouldn ha sign him in the first place ,

nah he was part of a trade that sent abreu with him

he was a good pitcher nevertheless
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: Quags on October 11, 2006, 07:23:13 PM
oh well  ok then , RIP corey
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: capodetutticapi on October 13, 2006, 11:23:36 AM
so it lookin like ah mets tigers final.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: dwolfman on October 14, 2006, 09:02:43 PM
Tigers completed their sweep of the A's today. Mets went down 2-1 to the Cardinals.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: dwolfman on October 15, 2006, 03:24:57 PM
The Mets are struggling in the bull pen. Besides Glavine the other starters are a waste of time. No Pedro and no El Duque means this team is in real trouble for Games 4 and 5. Their fielding and their batting is going to have to be big for them to win.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: daryn on October 15, 2006, 09:45:12 PM
mets even up the series.  I think glavine is pitching the next game on short rest.  delgado is the best player of the postseason so far.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: dwolfman on October 15, 2006, 10:05:49 PM
12-5 win.

Yeah, Glavine is next on 3 days. Games 6 & 7 starters are goats though plus Glavine I think is 2-5 playoff career on short rest. If Beltran and Delgado continue to produce then the Mets will have a chance. They're not going to score 12 runs every match though.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: big dawg on October 16, 2006, 05:51:02 AM
12-5 win.

Yeah, Glavine is next on 3 days. Games 6 & 7 starters are goats though plus Glavine I think is 2-5 playoff career on short rest. If Beltran and Delgado continue to produce then the Mets will have a chance. They're not going to score 12 runs every match though.


u is probaly the only man livin in T'dad that does follow baseball...

thats whats up  :beermug:
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: dwolfman on October 16, 2006, 11:21:28 AM
I don't really follow it much anymore. I tend to follow sports in general and when I lived in the U.S. it fell in naturally as one of the sports I followed. As it's the playoffs I've kept my eye on it though.

Since 1988 I've been a closet Mets fan so I'm hoping for the best here.  :devil:
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: capodetutticapi on October 16, 2006, 01:59:39 PM
12-5 win.

Yeah, Glavine is next on 3 days. Games 6 & 7 starters are goats though plus Glavine I think is 2-5 playoff career on short rest. If Beltran and Delgado continue to produce then the Mets will have a chance. They're not going to score 12 runs every match though.
mets is meh team,be optimistic nah man.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: daryn on October 16, 2006, 06:29:11 PM
game postponed, glavine gets another day of rest.  I like Jeff weaver a lot, esp after the yankees fans run him out of town, but I really hoping he not on his game tomorrow.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: daryn on October 17, 2006, 09:51:14 PM
back to NY for game 6.  cards up 3-2.  they figured out glavine tonight
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: dwolfman on October 18, 2006, 06:14:24 AM
4 - 2 win for the Cardinals. Last 2 games (game 7 if necessary) will be in NY. They big problem for the Mets is still the pitching. The Cardinals ace is the starter for Game 6 vs rookie pitcher John Maine. As I said earlier, it's not everyday you're gonna get 12 runs so on these days when it doesn't happen the pitching and defense keeps you in the game.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: capodetutticapi on October 18, 2006, 08:09:34 AM
ah still have hope fuh mets.
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Post by: sinned on October 18, 2006, 04:29:46 PM
i hope mets lose today.. i want carpenter to pitch well for the cards. in any case the tigers are gonna beat up on whoever else
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: daryn on October 18, 2006, 06:41:33 PM
no need for negative vibes.  reyes leads off with a homer to start the game off right
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: dwolfman on October 18, 2006, 07:32:03 PM
Well at the bottom of the 4th it's still 1-0 to the Mets. Maine has a 2-hitter going and is so far making a mockery of my lack of faith in him. Still plenty of time to go in the game though.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: daryn on October 18, 2006, 09:06:21 PM
top of the 9th.  Billy Wagner pitching. defending a 4 run lead.  come on mets.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: daryn on October 18, 2006, 09:18:57 PM
onto game 7.  4-2.  Don't know who's pitching for the mets.  maybe trachsel?
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: dwolfman on October 18, 2006, 09:35:35 PM
Steve Trachsel, Oliver Perez and long reliever Darren Oliver are the names being played with, but Trachsel is the conventional choice since he's apparently recovered from his bruised thigh. Perez isn't bad, but he's like the West Indies cricket team... never know what to expect from him.

The Mets had me nervous in the 9th when they gave up those 2 runs, but they did enough tonight. We'll see how they do in Game 7.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: big dawg on October 19, 2006, 05:36:25 AM
Steve Trachsel, Oliver Perez and long reliever Darren Oliver are the names being played with, but Trachsel is the conventional choice since he's apparently recovered from his bruised thigh. Perez isn't bad, but he's like the West Indies cricket team... never know what to expect from him.

The Mets had me nervous in the 9th when they gave up those 2 runs, but they did enough tonight. We'll see how they do in Game 7.

for a minute i taught the mets had really throw it away...

we looking for the win tonite  :beermug:
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: capodetutticapi on October 19, 2006, 08:04:11 AM
onto game 7.  4-2.  Don't know who's pitching for the mets.  maybe trachsel?
oliver perez
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: Trini Madness on October 19, 2006, 12:41:41 PM
go cards!!!!!!!
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: ricky on October 19, 2006, 09:40:24 PM
why on earth randolph eh bunt 1st and 2nd nobody out in the 9th with a pinch hitter (even tho he could hit use a nex man) up the top of the order nex?
With the walk it wound up being the same, alltho 1 out late, but it eh make sence to me at the time

BTW Randolph look like FF  :rotfl:
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: WestCoast on October 19, 2006, 10:53:34 PM
Tigers go have Cardinals to eat  :D
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: daryn on October 20, 2006, 07:43:11 AM
a real heartbreaking loss for the mets last night.  things look bright for next season offensively, but Minaya will have to bring in at least one more young pitcher, Pedro, el duque, glavine and trachsel are all past their prime.

Cards will put up a better fight than all the experts predicting.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: dwolfman on October 20, 2006, 09:05:52 AM
Not a good day for my teams at all... first CIC now the Mets.

Ah well, it's Friday.  :beermug:
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: capodetutticapi on October 20, 2006, 09:21:57 AM
next year we will take them. :(
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: WestCoast on October 20, 2006, 10:50:03 AM
that was a catch and a half  :o :o :o :o
"The first long drive to left field wound up in the webbing of Endy Chavez's glove as he crashed against the wall."
http://start.shaw.ca/start/enCA/Sports/SportsNewsArticle.htm?src=s102015A.xml
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: big dawg on October 20, 2006, 11:24:28 AM
The mets was still impressive this season...I have confidence that once they improve their picthing power they'll be an automatic playoff team next season...

The thing is , unless your name is Yankees, baseball teams rarely play the same way back to back seasons... :beermug:
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: Trini Madness on October 20, 2006, 03:37:24 PM
why on earth randolph eh bunt 1st and 2nd nobody out in the 9th with a pinch hitter (even tho he could hit use a nex man) up the top of the order nex?
With the walk it wound up being the same, alltho 1 out late, but it eh make sence to me at the time

BTW Randolph look like FF  :rotfl:

didnt matter beltran wouldve went window shopping anyway and end the game  ;D
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: WestCoast on October 21, 2006, 02:58:57 PM
ok who goin and watch de game with me here?
(http://static.flickr.com/82/275584962_9be5bef1e4.jpg?v=0)
I took this panorama ( two pictures merged into one) when I watched them play in 2004
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: warmonga on October 22, 2006, 06:34:00 AM
This is why when de U.S plays Cuba and Japan dey does get beat up bad in baseball.. dem call a team from New york playing a team from some other part a de U.S  a "world series" to local team playing and dem assholes bawling , wolrd series..  ..baseball is a battyman sport!!!!!!!!!!!!
war..
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: dwolfman on October 22, 2006, 08:04:59 PM
They do that with all their sports... they call the winners of the Super Bowl or Basketball championships the "world" champions. Even if occassionally the team probably is the best in the world unless the "world" had an opportunity to compete for it I think it's just arrogant nonsense.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: ricky on October 22, 2006, 08:27:21 PM
We been through this once before the term "World" for world series is due to the fact a newspaper called "the World" sponsored the first one, thus the name.  Just like all them bowl games called "fed ex orange bowl" etc
The name stuck most likely due to the American arrogant nonsense you talk about but the original name has nothing to do with world in terms of global.  However you guys are correct in assuming 70% of the American public thinks it means world in terms of global.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: dwolfman on October 23, 2006, 12:18:01 PM
I just learned something. Thanks Ricky.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: big dawg on October 23, 2006, 12:51:18 PM
This is why when de U.S plays Cuba and Japan dey does get beat up bad in baseball.. dem call a team from New york playing a team from some other part a de U.S a "world series" to local team playing and dem assholes bawling , wolrd series.. ..baseball is a battyman sport!!!!!!!!!!!!
war..

American Football does have man jumpin on top of man.. on top on man.. on top man etc...

How come nobody does call American Football gay...?
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: daryn on October 23, 2006, 01:08:43 PM
anybody following the controversy with kenny rogers?  apparently last night in the first inning, the umpires spotted a strange mark on his hand, he claimed it was dirt and cleaned it off and continued pitching.  some believe it was a foreign substance he was using to tamper with the ball.

(http://i.a.cnn.net/si/2006/writers/jon_heyman/10/23/scoop.monday/p1.rogers.hand.pw.jpg)

now apparently, journalists have gone back to the archives and found other pictures (http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/multimedia/photo_gallery/0610/gallery.mlb.rogers/content.1.html) of him with the same mark in the past.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: capodetutticapi on October 23, 2006, 01:41:49 PM
anybody following the controversy with kenny rogers?  apparently last night in the first inning, the umpires spotted a strange mark on his hand, he claimed it was dirt and cleaned it off and continued pitching.  some believe it was a foreign substance he was using to tamper with the ball.

(http://i.a.cnn.net/si/2006/writers/jon_heyman/10/23/scoop.monday/p1.rogers.hand.pw.jpg)

now apparently, journalists have gone back to the archives and found other pictures (http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/multimedia/photo_gallery/0610/gallery.mlb.rogers/content.1.html) of him with the same mark in the past.
it look like de toilet paper rip while wipin and he forget to wash he hand.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: WestCoast on October 24, 2006, 11:05:54 AM
it look like de toilet paper rip while wipin and he forget to wash he hand.
the most probable explanation  ;D ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: Trini Madness on October 24, 2006, 01:30:11 PM
cant fool me......i myself is a pitcher and i used to put pine tar on my pitching hand when it got cold....especially now. i know pine tar when i see it de man cheat.

it look like de toilet paper rip while wipin and he forget to wash he hand.
the most probable explanation ;D ;D ;D ;D

 :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: WestCoast on October 25, 2006, 11:02:30 AM
Tigers got Spanked las nite
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: capodetutticapi on October 27, 2006, 07:44:57 AM
cards one win away from title.
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: ribbit on October 27, 2006, 05:20:37 PM
who mvp so far? rolen?
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: WestCoast on October 28, 2006, 06:53:23 AM
Good Job Cards
Tigers get mauled ;)
Title: Re: Baseball World Series Thread..
Post by: daryn on October 28, 2006, 08:15:22 AM
who mvp so far? rolen?

eckstein is the mvp