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    Re: Freel arrested again

    Quote Originally Posted by Puffy
    I saw Sushi at the Show and Tail last Friday. She was awesome, but used too many props (rice, chopsticks, soy sauce)
    I hate that music she dances to. It sounds like a banjo that's badly in need of a tune.

    Makes all the routine posts.

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    Re: Freel arrested again

    Curious day-night OPS numbers for Ry-guy:

    2003: day - .674
    night - .831

    2004: day - .849
    night - .682

    2005: day - .891
    night - .674

    There goes the hangover theory, I guess. But he can't seem to get away from a kind of Jekyll and Hyde thing. Geez, man, level out.
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    Re: Freel arrested again

    Dick Butkus had a quote- this is probably not exact but it went something like "in a third and short situation, I'll take the whiskey drinkers over the milk drinkers any day".

    If Freel has a problemit is his problem, and if he can play, he can play.
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    Re: Freel arrested again

    9191, if I didn't invite you along before we're all heading down to the bar to play some pool and suck some suds, you're welcome to come along.

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    Re: Freel arrested again

    Quote Originally Posted by 919191
    Dick Butkus had a quote- this is probably not exact but it went something like "in a third and short situation, I'll take the whiskey drinkers over the milk drinkers any day".
    Yep.

    Generally, I don't trust the judgement of someone that won't sit down and have a drink occasionally anymore than I trust the judgement of someone that won't sit down and not have a drink occasionally.

    GL

    /special cases & situations nonwithstanding

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    Re: Freel arrested again

    Quote Originally Posted by lollipopcurve
    Curious day-night OPS numbers for Ry-guy:

    2004: day - .849
    night - .682

    2005: day - .891
    night - .674
    Kinda scary when you see that the REDS play only 33.95% of their 2006 games (55G) during the daytime.
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    Re: Freel arrested again

    Quote Originally Posted by RedFanAlways1966
    Kinda scary when you see that the REDS play only 33.95% of their 2006 games (55G) during the daytime.
    Nah, the Reds dragged baseball into the reality of night baseball, it's one thing they should be proud of being a part of... that's an "image" not things like Freels arrest the other night.

    Otherwise Cesar Cedeno never would have been a Red.

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    Re: Freel arrested again

    Quote Originally Posted by creek14
    Once was a mistake. Twice is starting to form a pattern and indicate a problem.

    Reds need to provide a little tough love and insist he get help.
    Once means that he only got caught once...twice means he's just plain stupid.
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