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The 2005 Baseball Thread

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Yeah the NL East is going to be killer this year. The Phillies, who seemed dead in the water have gone on a surge and now there's 1.5 games between first and last. Should be some great inter-division games. Of course that means that they're going to beat each oher up so much that they'll probably only get one team in. You can forget the wild-card coming out of there. Should be an entertaining, and gut-wrenching if you're a fan of one of these teams, season. Just as proof: The Mets can finish today in first OR last after the double-header against the Giants. Insanse  :omg:

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I can't believe my eyes the last two weeks. The Phillies have been 8-2 in their last 10 games I believe. They were 5 or 6 games back just a week and a half ago, and now they're a contender.

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PLCorndog    0

GO TWINS! Santana is kicking ass lately...

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j.nudd    0
Yeah the NL East is going to be killer this year.

Whoa, you said it. The Nationals are looking pretty good right now. All of the teams in the NL East are gonna be fun to watch.

I can't believe my eyes the last two weeks. The Phillies have been 8-2 in their last 10 games I believe. They were 5 or 6 games back just a week and a half ago, and now they're a contender.

Yep, they're on fire.

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AppleDave    1

My cubbies are doing pretty well right now, once we get healthy again we should do great.

Hurry back Nomah.

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TheTerminator    0

Dont forget us Canadians. The Blue Jays are doing pretty good this year. Halladay is, in my opinion, the top pitcher in the MLB right now. Tonight he just finished his 5th, I tihnk it was whole game. Next closest is a bunch of guys at 2. I know Im keeping my eye on them.

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BroChaos    1

good news: cubbies hanging in there :p

bad news: started my softball league, went 0-2 and got mercied 15-0 in the first game :(

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Rob2687    72
Dont forget us Canadians.  The Blue Jays are doing pretty good this year.  Halladay is, in my opinion, the top pitcher in the MLB right now.  Tonight he just finished his 5th, I tihnk it was whole game.  Next closest is a bunch of guys at 2.  I know Im keeping my eye on them.

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Blue Jays...Good...? and I thought it was 1992 again for a sec. :p

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Bawx    0
My cubbies are doing pretty well right now, once we get healthy again we should do great.

Hurry back Nomah.

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No no and no. To you it's Nomar. He'll always be a Red Sox'er

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j.nudd    0

I was happy that Boston presented him with a WS ring. That's what the game lacks nowadays: great sportsmanship.

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thechitowncubs    0
good news:  cubbies hanging in there :p

bad news:  started my softball league, went 0-2 and got mercied 15-0 in the first game :(

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brutal, 16in or 12in?

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Galley    1

Great Googly Moogly, the Nationals have won 15 of their last 18 games! :D

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bigbluepride35    0

http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/news/story?id=2086945

Gagne's season might be over. To go from Cy Young winner two years ago to all these injuries so quickly must suck. What a rapid descent. The guy was so dominant with the 84 consecutive saves record streak and he was working on another one with 18 consecutive. Hope he can come back if he has this surgery.

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Prosidius    54

The Brewers are now pathetic.

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bangbang023    31

holy crap! yanks were down 10 - 2 and are now up 20 - 11 as I speak. 13 runs in one inning including back to back to back homeruns.

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bigbluepride35    0
holy crap! yanks were down 10 - 2 and are now up 20 - 11 as I speak. 13 runs in one inning including back to back to back homeruns.

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It's the Devil Rays. They should've been doing this to them all season, not getting swept earlier. Sorry just couldn't let you get too excited :p

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bangbang023    31
It's the Devil Rays. They should've been doing this to them all season, not getting swept earlier. Sorry just couldn't let you get too excited :p

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No matter the team, 13 runs in one inning is unreal.

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Hurmoth    518
holy crap! yanks were down 10 - 2 and are now up 20 - 11 as I speak. 13 runs in one inning including back to back to back homeruns.

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WOW! What a game... I was thinking back in the fourth inning that the game was over and the Yanks come back like old times :happy:

No matter the team, 13 runs in one inning is unreal.

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Indeed. I would even have to congratulate Boston if they did that :yes:

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nemo    0
holy crap! yanks were down 10 - 2 and are now up 20 - 11 as I speak. 13 runs in one inning including back to back to back homeruns.

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yeah i was watching... its exciting, but i feel absolutely terrible for that pitcher and the devil rays... i was in their position once and it does not feel good. i wish the yankees would do this to boston or another good team...

i'd rather see the yankees lose a good game to the devil rays then win a game like this.

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kak    0

I'm done going to Pirates games. I'm 0/3. I saw them lose to the Braves, Nationals, and someone else. They win tonight when I have to work and can't go. WHAT IS UP WITH THIS.

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BroChaos    1
I'm done going to Pirates games. I'm 0/3. I saw them lose to the Braves, Nationals, and someone else. They win tonight when I have to work and can't go. WHAT IS UP WITH THIS.

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dude when i was younger, every cubs game i went to, they lost. then again, that was when the cubs sucked hardcore...but it was still depressing when you are a kid...

i've had better luck recently though :)

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nemo    0
dude when i was younger, every cubs game i went to, they lost.  then again, that was when the cubs sucked hardcore...but it was still depressing when you are a kid...

i've had better luck recently though :)

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lol, the last game i went to the cubs lost too... but it was on fathers day... against the yankees... and i was routing for the yankees... haha :)

there were ALOT of cub fans at Yankee Stadium... i was surprised to see so many there... it was a good game though... cub fans were well recieved there, imho.

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Prosidius    54

The Brewers are on Fire!!

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BroChaos    1
The Brewers are on Fire!!

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lol, you split a series with the cubs ;)

we're still better than you :rofl:

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Prosidius    54
lol, you split a series with the cubs ;)

we're still better than you  :rofl:

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You say that now. Your facing the White Sox next. Enjoy being sweeped. :devil:

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