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    Quote Originally Posted by redsfaninbsg View Post
    Care to elaborate?
    Sorry....one ESPN guy said cramp, and another said "pull"....I don't know. Replay of the last play show Yadi OUT.

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    Re: Scoreboard Watching 2013 (Part 2)

    Who was worse on that play, the Cubs or the ump? Geez.
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    Quote Originally Posted by reds700 View Post
    Except Molina was out by a mile. How an umpire misses that is beyond me.
    Wow. Blown call totally. Baseball loves the Cardinals. Wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reds700 View Post
    Except Molina was out by a mile. How an umpire misses that is beyond me.
    His call mixed me up! He signals safe, then stabs his right arm down, then signals safe again. (like the guy dropped the ball)

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    No whining, that's for Cardinal fans.
    We can share the women, we can share the wine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reds700 View Post
    Except Molina was out by a mile. How an umpire misses that is beyond me.
    I agree. I'm thinking of a magical picture box that would be useful in viewing replays of key moments. I see no reason to only use it for homers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpiritofStLouis View Post
    No whining, that's for Cardinal fans.
    LOL....that's a good one. I am a Card fan. (tho' sorely disillusioned for the last 18 years) But an objective one that hates on no team. (Well, maybe the Yankees)

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    Re: Scoreboard Watching 2013 (Part 2)

    Will Venable just made the best catch I have ever seen watching a game live on TV. Saved a game winning hit as he had to dive in deep CF. As they now go to 13th in San Francisco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RadfordVA View Post
    Will Venable just made the best catch I have ever seen watching a game live on TV. Saved a game winning hit as he had to dive in deep CF. As they now go to 13th in San Francisco.
    Incredible catch

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    The Padres have won 7 straight to get themselves into the mix of things in the tight NL West race.
    Around here we were already assuming they would be sellers at the deadline and thought of them as possible trading partners.
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    Re: Scoreboard Watching 2013 (Part 2)

    Jesse Crain

    Crain is probably the single most likely player to change teams this summer. The White Sox aren’t going to be in the playoff picture this year, Crain is a free agent at year’s end, and with Jake Peavy hitting the disabled list, he’s probably their single best trade chip to try and bring back some young talent. Toss in the fact that he’s only making $4.5 million in total this year, and Crain doesn’t come with any of the things that might hold a team back from acquiring Papelbon. And while he might not have the proven closer label, he’s developed into a guy who has earned a shot at a ninth inning gig.
    Stats on the season

    11.94 K/9
    2.56 BB/9
    0.98 WHIP
    0.53 ERA
    .293 BABIP

    Someone is going to scoop this guy up at the deadline and have a major weapon for the late innings. Now that the Padres appear to be in the race, time to pilfer the ChiSox, somehow.
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    Re: Scoreboard Watching 2013 (Part 2)

    Also Zack Wheeler makes his big league debut for the Mets. I'm a sucker for big time prospects. Wil Myers starting in a double header today against the Red Sox. Good day for prospect watching!
    "Last week I helped my friend stay put. It's a lot easier'n helpin' 'em move. I just went over to his house and made sure that he did not start to load **** into a truck."

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    Quote Originally Posted by oneupper View Post
    The Padres have won 7 straight to get themselves into the mix of things in the tight NL West race.
    Around here we were already assuming they would be sellers at the deadline and thought of them as possible trading partners.
    Indeed...I don't understand how they do it. NL West becoming even more interesting than our division!

    Jeff Szemarjin (sic) may hold down the Cards tonite, but the Cubbies will have to play a little better D than they have shown lately. Waino has a rediculous K to BB ratio as evidenced by his 10-1 record.

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    Cubs POUNDING Waino....4-0 and still batting.


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