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  1. In to show some love for the D! Tigers are going deep this year.
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  2. Tigers raped rays! Damn!!!!
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  3. 3 words......Lets go Yankees

  4. Hush child lol
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  5. lol Born and raised NYer who has lived near Philly for the last 10 years. Brutal out here, although the Yanks/Phils world series a few years ago was a lot of fun for me, not my neighbors
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by AE14 View Post
    3 words......Lets go Yankees
    Can we get this guy banished from the thread please? I'm sure all would agree! :-)
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by runner_79 View Post
    Tigers raped rays! Damn!!!!
    It was a rough one for me to watch, lol.
    RcB Since 09-06-2011 20:55 EST, Post 49

  8. Quote Originally Posted by stxnas View Post
    It was a rough one for me to watch, lol.
    Yea no kidding lol.
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by stxnas View Post
    It was a rough one for me to watch, lol.
    Tampa should rebound this afternoon.Look for Hellickson to shut down the BoSox and the Rays to light up Buckholz.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Conagher View Post
    Tampa should rebound this afternoon.Look for Hellickson to shut down the BoSox and the Rays to light up Buckholz.
    Buckhholz didn't pitch that well in his first start, but there is absolutely no question that he's a better pitcher than Hellickson. Clay is dominant when he puts it together. There aren't many major league pitchers anymore that have 4 dominant pitches in their arsenal. Look at the guys stats before he was hurt in 2011...

    The Rays' starting rotation is WAY over-hyped; I've been saying that all preseason.

    I'm not saying that the Sox don't have their issues; because they have plenty in the bullpen right now; as well as the tail end of their rotation. Losing Ellsbury yesterday for the next 6 weeks is rough as well, but they can effectively fill the gap until his return. Not to mention Crawford hasn't even played yet.

    The Sox will make the playoffs this year. I have no doubt.

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  11. The Rays definitely need to straighten out their pitching rotation and the bullpen. I think it will come together, though. I wish they were in a bigger market, so they could hold onto established players instead of constantly being in a state of developing young guys. It is exciting to see all of these young guys come up and excel, though.
    RcB Since 09-06-2011 20:55 EST, Post 49

  12. Quote Originally Posted by stxnas View Post
    The Rays definitely need to straighten out their pitching rotation and the bullpen. I think it will come together, though. I wish they were in a bigger market, so they could hold onto established players instead of constantly being in a state of developing young guys. It is exciting to see all of these young guys come up and excel, though.
    They do have a very good farm system and overall player development; I'll give them that for sure.

    I can tell you right now what hurts it so bad: Their stadium is a piece of sh*t dome smack dab in the middle of the ghetto of St. Petersburg. If they would actually build them a decent stadium (they are tied into a lease though) and move them to a better location I think you would see much better ticket sales; and a bigger market team.

    I'm glad I live so close by here though so I can go see the Red Sox when they come down here.

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  13. I live between Orlando and Tampa and it still takes me around two hours +/- to get to the stadium. I hear a lot of people whine about the stadium being in a bad location in terms of traveling to a destination. I would love to see the Rays come to the opposite side of Tampa. I think more people in Tampa and Orlando would be more likely to go to games. I love their ticket scheme, though. They have the cheapest average ticket price in professional sports.
    RcB Since 09-06-2011 20:55 EST, Post 49

  14. Quote Originally Posted by stxnas View Post
    I live between Orlando and Tampa and it still takes me around two hours +/- to get to the stadium. I hear a lot of people whine about the stadium being in a bad location in terms of traveling to a destination. I would love to see the Rays come to the opposite side of Tampa. I think more people in Tampa and Orlando would be more likely to go to games. I love their ticket scheme, though. They have the cheapest average ticket price in professional sports.
    I absolutely agree. They need to move it into tampa with good access from the highway. They would draw not only the tampa/st. pete crowd....but everywhere all the way to Orlando. It would be direct access from I4 which makes a lot of sense.

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  15. Much better location for sure; which is why they don't have any problem selling tickets for Lightning games.

    Oh yeah....GO BRUINS!




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  16. Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    Buckhholz didn't pitch that well in his first start, but there is absolutely no question that he's a better pitcher than Hellickson. Clay is dominant when he puts it together. There aren't many major league pitchers anymore that have 4 dominant pitches in their arsenal. Look at the guys stats before he was hurt in 2011...

    The Rays' starting rotation is WAY over-hyped; I've been saying that all preseason.



    I'm not saying that the Sox don't have their issues; because they have plenty in the bullpen right now; as well as the tail end of their rotation. Losing Ellsbury yesterday for the next 6 weeks is rough as well, but they can effectively fill the gap until his return. Not to mention Crawford hasn't even played yet.

    The Sox will make the playoffs this year. I have no doubt.
    Only time will tell how quickly and completely Buchholz can recover from that stress fracture in his back.Meanwhile,the Rangers roll on.

  17. Quote Originally Posted by stxnas

    It was a rough one for me to watch, lol.
    I know man...hurt the rear end
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  20. What the hell are the tigers doing!
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  21. It looks like the Rays are still throwing BP for the Bo-Sox...
    RcB Since 09-06-2011 20:55 EST, Post 49

  22. Quote Originally Posted by stxnas View Post
    It looks like the Rays are still throwing BP for the Bo-Sox...
    Hellickson was horrible and the bullpen worse.The Rays spotted him a 4 run first and he could not hold it.Buchholz started out poorly but finished pretty well.

  23. Oh man. That game started off promising. It seemed like every time I got up to do something, the Sox scored a couple more runs, lol. It's a long season and there's still plenty to be had.

    I'm going to bounce before T1 shows up, lol.
    RcB Since 09-06-2011 20:55 EST, Post 49

  24. Quote Originally Posted by LiveToLift
    What the hell are the tigers doing!
    Another loss bro... Losing sucks!
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  25. Quote Originally Posted by enhanced

    Another loss bro... Losing sucks!
    For sure
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  26. RANGERS!!!!!!!

  27. You cubbie fans enjoy that W. Wont see to many of those this year. I called up ol Bill DeWitt that day and said to throttle the boys back on the cubbies and let them shine for a day since it hasn't happened in 103+ years. I just thought it was the nice thing to do!

    I am not on AM much on the weekends, way to much home work to do not to be outside. This week... ripping out a patio... without truck access to the back yard.. this **** is just down right fun!
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  28. Quote Originally Posted by amoney254 View Post
    RANGERS!!!!!!!
    Nice to see I am not the only Rangers fan here.
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