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  1. Amoebassassin

    Amoebassassin Well-Known Member

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    Best place on the planet to get sh*tfaced on triple Jack & Cokes, and to watch the Yankees win, and both the Red Sux and the Mets lose.

    (I went last night, not tonight, btw. I know the Yanks lost tonight)
     
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    fck the yankees, and the red sox, and the mets, and the cubs

    damn my brewers got knocked out of the playoffs tonight :( depressing they spend like 130 games in 1st, next year tho thier young guys will be a year better and more mature.
     
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    I thought they would get through to October. Brewers had one hell of a season, then, well, I guess sh*t happens. *shrugs*
     
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    they need another good pitcher, and they need sheets to stay healthy for more then half the year. they have the offense(leading majors in homeruns and RBI's) so if they can get some consistant starting pitchers they WILL make the postseason next year. cant wait to see what they do staff wise over the off season.
     
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    My worst fears came true this season. Mariano Rivera is officially sh*t. I can only hope that Joba Chamberlain and his 100mph can fill the very large shoes of the sandman. If only Mussina and Pettitte can rock as they used to in the post season, I think the Yanks have another set of World Series rings in their future. They need to keep playing the way they have been (barring tonight) and I don't think anyone will stop them.
     

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