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Old 10-22-2010, 09:16 PM
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Nice to see the Texas Rangers make it to the World Series
Old 10-22-2010, 09:32 PM
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They played great! Yankees pitching and offense choked
while the Rangers were peeking at the right time!

Now take it to the Nationals!
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Congrats Lone star state.

Just goes to show 206 million payrolls don't make a team...

55 mil., hard working unselfish ballplays do


plus you made us redsox fans happy as well..

Good luck in the world series
Old 10-23-2010, 07:06 AM
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Thanks with all the BS in this league with juicing and all the money spending going after ex players by the FEDS its a wonder we even have baseball, but thats another thread
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Originally Posted by Semper Fi-sh View Post
Congrats Lone star state.

Just goes to show 206 million payrolls don't make a team...

55 mil., hard working unselfish ballplays do


plus you made us redsox fans happy as well..

Good luck in the world series
Once again A roid is a no show in post season.
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The Sawx and whoever is playing against the yankees.

Josh is a great story and makes me wonder how many taters Mantle could have smacked.
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I bet MLB isnt very excited. The ratings for a Texas/Sf game would be dismal. Texas/Philly a little better.
Old 10-23-2010, 07:56 AM
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The Yankee's are probably saying it's Bush's fault.
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Originally Posted by llord View Post
I bet MLB isnt very excited. The ratings for a Texas/Sf game would be dismal. Texas/Philly a little better.
We will see have you seen how big Texas is ;?
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Congrats to the Rangers and their fans. I hope the team wins the World Series.

I see none of the arrogant Yankees fans have yet to join in congratulating the Rangers. Why am I not surprised.;?;?
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Originally Posted by TimW Texas View Post
We will see have you seen how big Texas is ;?
Yup
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Well, this Yankee fan will congratulate the Rangers. Obviously they were a better team and deserved to win. Good luck to them in the World Series, I really don't like the National League teams, except for the Rockies.
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this yanks fan will also chime in. Congrats texas rangers on a series well played. good luck in the big show.
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Originally Posted by osudaddy View Post
Congrats to the Rangers and their fans. I hope the team wins the World Series.

I see none of the arrogant Yankees fans have yet to join in congratulating the Rangers. Why am I not surprised.;?;?
perhaps because you didn't bother to read...what a shock, huh?

look about 4 posts above yours.
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The Rangers pitched better, hit better (especially with RISP), ran better, fielded better, and were better managed. Props to their team and Nolan Ryan.

Please beat the NL
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Originally Posted by HTV View Post
The Yankee's are probably saying it's Bush's fault.

Why, 'cause he didn't get to pitch?
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Good for the Rangers, im just glad to see someone other than the Yankees in there.
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Semper Fi and GoFast, eat your hearts out Suxies! You perhaps forgot who won the series just last year. 27 and counting. Anyway, the Yanks pretty much sucked in Aug and Sept. Jeter, Posada, A-Rod,and Gardner were mediocre or worse. Textiera is more prone to prolonged horrendous slumps than any "superstar" I've ever seen and is a choking dog in playoffs. Swisher had a good year but was invisible in the playoffs. Burnett needs a psychiatrist in the dugout. The entire team swings and misses and K's more than any "great" team I've ever seen. Time to "back up the truck"? Oh, and BTW, aren't the Dallas Sowboys 1 - 4?
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Originally Posted by CaptKennyW View Post
Good for the Rangers, I'm just glad to see someone other than the Yankees in there.
I see some Jealousy there guy! We won last year, lost this year and who has a better chance to win the next three in a row? ;? It's happened before you know!


And HTv... leave your crap for the bilge please!
Oh wait it's a joke!

Let's GO Mets!
Can you deny the Mets ALWAYS look good in October?
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Originally Posted by gofastsandman View Post
Once again A roid is a no show in post season.
My two favorite teams,
The Sawx and whoever is playing against the yankees.

Josh is a great story and makes me wonder how many taters Mantle could have smacked.

Son and I thought it was very ironic that A Rod made the last out to send Rangers to WS


Josh is a great story, got to love all he has been through and has good people behind him. I think also the key is to stay away from the large market cities like NY & LA

I know the Yankees Phillies would have been big for ratings but I am tickled it is Ranges Giants in WS

Pulling for Rangers
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SF and Texas deserve to be the two teams moving on. They both clearly out-played supposedly superior (bought?) teams with much bigger payrolls.

Fox network can't be thrilled about a SF v. Texas matchup though.

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