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    whatever happened to the traditional Opening Day being the first Tuesday in April? now we have to deal with games in Tokyo in March, and a staggered Opening Day?
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    Ah, serving up a 5-run rally to Anaheim in the 9th today. Looks like a great season ahead for the Mariners. :rolleyes Can't tell if they're that bad or the Angels are that good.
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    I like it when a team gives up four walks to walk in the winning "run". :rolleyes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie
    Ah, serving up a 5-run rally to Anaheim in the 9th today. Looks like a great season ahead for the Mariners. :rolleyes Can't tell if they're that bad or the Angels are that good.
    At least Freddie had a great 7 inning shutout. That is a great sign that he might pull it back together this season. With the state of the Mariners bullpen though, 1 run is not enough of a buffer to give to the closers. Of course 5 runs wouldn't have been enough of a buffer yesterday.
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    Did anyone catch that Cubs/Braves game last night? Cubs won 2-1 in 15 innings. It was a great game, but my Cubbies really need to work on the pitching, too many walks. Not good if you want to have a good season.

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    I liked the game today where Franco fouled off a dozen pitches and then hit a 3 run double to take the lead and win the game.



    Go Braves!!!!
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    The Mariners better get their act together! 0-5!!! Ahhhh!!!


    At least there is still 157 games left. They couldn't lose all of them, or could they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolguy30
    The Mariners better get their act together! 0-5!!! Ahhhh!!!
    Last nights extra inning win is a very nice thing. I just hope they can use it as momentum, and not slip back to the way they played the 5 games previously.
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    What about Detroit this year? think they can carry the momentum all year? I like to keep an eye on them since I used to watch Magnum PI and he was a big Tigers fan, and they were always losing.
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    Bonds finally hits 660.

    Can we finally get off this topic during every freaking SportsCenter?? Please??
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