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    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou View Post
    Well after 4 games of watching the World Series I have come to 2 conclusions

    1. This is the age of knowing how to get things done.

    2. Anyone who doesn't own a truck does namby pamby work and is less of a man and an American than those who do own a truck (Lucky dogs looks like you nailed #1 down)
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    I'm thinking Craig at 1B is a pretty desperate (and probably "have to") move. After watching him "run" last night he could be a defensive liability down there. You can bet your ass I'd take every possible opportunity to make him move his feet in the batters box too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou View Post
    Well after 4 games of watching the World Series I have come to 2 conclusions

    1. This is the age of knowing how to get things done.

    2. Anyone who doesn't own a truck does namby pamby work and is less of a man and an American than those who do own a truck (Lucky dogs looks like you nailed #1 down)
    I like the one where he drives the truck and trailer directly into a big mud pit in the middle of nowhere and gets stuck, but he luckily has the wisdom and wherewithal to get the horses to pull him out. Look where you're driving you idiot!

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    Re: World Series Discussion

    sox with the go ahead early…lovin' it..

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    Re: World Series Discussion

    Still pitching to Ortiz. What's the definition of crazy again?
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    Walking someone everytime he's up is worse...
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    3. And take Cialis because you never know when, in the course of getting things done, it might turn into a "Confessions of a ..." situation.
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    What are the chances Kozma is called out for running in the baseline if that ball hit him?
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    I watched that super-slo-mo of Rat Carpenter's reaction 10 times.

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    Forget the debate in or out....

    But these at-bats for Ortiz have to be weighted higher than his regular season AB's in regard to his HOF chances, right?

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    Where's Carp crying about that firework smoke?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 757690 View Post
    Still pitching to Ortiz. What's the definition of crazy again?
    Seriously. Especially with the .089 Gomes right behind him.

    They should have Papi grab a helmet and go directly to first from the dugout.

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    Oh yes, just put him on base on purpose...that will keep him off the bases lol...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dom Heffner View Post
    Oh yes, just put him on base on purpose...that will keep him off the bases lol...
    It would have kept him from driving in Pedroia in the first.
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    That's one place where the lack of the DH hurts the Sox. Lester with a useless AB.
    "Man, the pitch looks fast, even in slow motion." Thom Brennaman on Chapman's fastball.


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