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Who is your Baseball team?

Discussion in 'GENERAL SPORTS TALK' started by cvramsfan, Apr 11, 2014.

  1. Greg Stone New Member

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    Lifelong Cardinals fan. As a child Ken Boyer lived at the end of the block and Wally Moon was the next block over.
     
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  2. STL_Bighorn New Member

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    Born and raised in St. Louis so my favorite team is of course.... THE PIRATES!
     
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  3. 69superbowl Well-Known Member

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    Los Doyers are surprising me. Gritty win last nite. Why is McCarver such a douchebag on the Cards broadcast? Watched via MLB last nite. He and his co-douche mini-ranted about Puig "looking" at the pitcher. Had to be to rile up the local audience because it didn't happen. Please, gain some perspective geezer, it's sports.
     
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  4. Memento Ser Memento (alias, The Winged Knight).

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    Dan McLaughlin usually isn't like that...but I agree that McCarver's a douche. Congrats to your Dodgers on the win; it's not easy to go up against Wainwright when he's in a zone like that.
     
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  5. LACHAMP46 Well-Known Member

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    DODGERS FAN BABY!!!!!!!!! and yes, we are bout to start rolling!!!!!!!!!!!!! even with injuries.....billionaire owners are the bomb!!!!! could have D. Price by the end of July!!!!!!!
     
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  6. RhodyRams Well-Known Member

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    look at the Oakland A's with a +133 run differential...that 2 1/2 x better than any other MLB team
     
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  7. The Rammer ESPN Draft Guru

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    Cards/Pirates/Mariners.... yea I have three lol
     
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  8. Sum1 Well-Known Member

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    Haven't been rolling these past 2 days...:ROFLMAO:
     
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  9. PhxRam The Estimated Prophet

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    I see Cardinals are back to plunking guys..
     
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  10. Sum1 Well-Known Member

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    Yes...they definitely want to put guys on base in a 3-3 game late. Makes all the sense in the world.
     
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  11. PhxRam The Estimated Prophet

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    Yeah.. Ramirez just "accidently" got hit 3 times against the cardinals dating back to the NLCS of last year. And now Puig gets accidently plunked the day before and misses a game. These "accidents" always seem to happen in the meat of the order.

    I dont think Kershaw thought it was a "accident"
     
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  12. Sum1 Well-Known Member

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    Nothing more than Dodgers and their fans trying to create animosity where it isn't. The ESPN announcers even said it was clearly unintentional. The umpires didn't seem to think it was intentional either. Seems to me the only people thinking anything of it are people with the Dodgers. Almost like they need to build a "good guy vs bad guy" scenario. Dating back to the NLCS the Dodgers have been trying to create a storyline that just isn't there by taking quotes out of context and now this silliness.

    The Cardinals don't have any reason to go after the Dodgers...it makes no sense in game nor does it have any off the field traction. I'm glad the Cardinals are more worried about winning games than creating drama where it isn't.
     
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  13. Sum1 Well-Known Member

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    "It's tough when you see Hanley get hit like that so many times," Kershaw said. "It's one thing to miss in, but when you're missing up and in, that's really scary. I'm pretty sure he wasn't doing it on purpose, but when you throw that hard, you need to have a better idea where the ball is going on the inner half of the plate."

    I agree with everything Kershaw said.
     
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  14. JRobinson MiLB

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    From my perspective, FWIW as a professional, I agreed with the "no call" that Ed (Home Plate) didn't make. (Intent - ejection - warnings issued)

    He realized that Rosenthall didn't have amazing command this night. He had missed badly on spots earlier in the inning to previous batters.

    Not to mention what a previous poster mentioned, but, take a long look at the situation... no need to elaborate here.

    Lastly, everyone knows you can "get in the kitchen" of Hanley and Kemp due to their long swings.
     
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  15. Rams and Gators Well-Known Member Pit Boss

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    Going off today's game if you live in Chicago the answer is the Cardinals.
     
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  16. VegasRam Just proud to be here.

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    :OT: So I'm watching Kershaw the other nite thinking "Who does he remind me of?"
    He is Michael Strahan's brother from another mother.
     
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  17. 209RamsFan Well-Known Member

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    Dodgers baby.....go Blue!!!
     
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