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    the great days of 2015

    was watching an old met game and got to see some of the legends of 2015 josh smith, pedro villareal, branyon pena, scpott schumaker, dejesus, brandon boesch it was epic

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    Re: the great days of 2015

    they were good, but not Kevin Gregg, Chris Dominguez, Ryan Mattheus, Nathan Adcock, John Lamb, David Holmberg, Ryan LaMarre, Collin Balester, Jason Marquis or Keyvius Sampson good
    There are 3 guarantees in life; death, taxes, and the leadoff walk coming around to score.

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    Re: the great days of 2015

    I hope five years from now we aren’t facetiously talking about good ole ‘20 with immortals like Senzel, Bauer, and Shogo!

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    Re: the great days of 2015

    Quote Originally Posted by GADawg View Post
    I hope five years from now we aren’t facetiously talking about good ole ‘20 with immortals like Senzel, Bauer, and Shogo!
    No. Those other guys were there to duct tape a team together that was over on payroll and pretending to contend. It was my least favorite season, to the point where I followed a different team from spring training to the post season. The one and only time I've done that.
    WHEN DOES IT STOP!?!?

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    Re: the great days of 2015

    2015 was the argument that finally led to the divorce.

    2016-17 was the Thanksgiving alone eating a Hungry-Man salisbury steak meal.

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    Re: the great days of 2015

    Quote Originally Posted by Spider Tre View Post
    they were good, but not Kevin Gregg, Chris Dominguez, Ryan Mattheus, Nathan Adcock, John Lamb, David Holmberg, Ryan LaMarre, Collin Balester, Jason Marquis or Keyvius Sampson good
    I actually thought Sampson might stick. IIRC, he found some immediate success in the bullpen but it didn't last.
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