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    Re: Baseball 2008

    7 in a row! I just hope the Yankee's can keep on winning, which will be tuff since Wang hurt himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweet_lady;3067457;
    7 in a row! I just hope the Yankee's can keep on winning, which will be tuff since Wang hurt himself.
    Let's keep it coming!

    Btw, what's your take of the Yanks signing of Ponson? I don't think he's the answer but if they need an extra pitcher for the double-header game against the Mets next week then I'm fine with it. But I still want that last spot for Phil Hughes though - I still believe in this guy
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    Re: Baseball 2008

    Quote Originally Posted by sweet_lady;3067457;
    7 in a row! I just hope the Yankee's can keep on winning,...
    Boooooooooo!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unklescott;3067757;
    Boooooooooo!!!!!!!!



    And what HAPPENED with the Red Sox yesterday for crying out loud.. Send DK back!!!
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    Yea Yanks!

    Speaking of which, has anyone yet seen this? The headline is Switch Pitcher Causes Confusion.

    Yes, a switch pitcher -- a new one on me and he was drafted by the Yankees and played his first pro game for Staten Island. He uses a special glove with six fingers, two webs, and fits on both hands.

    He was brought in for the ninth inning, had struck out two batters, when a switch hitter came to the plate. Batter took his swings in the on deck circle as a left, then stepped into the righty batter's box. Pitcher changed hands. Batter changed boxes. Rinse and repeat many times over until the umpires finally made a ruling. Pitcher struck out the batter to end the game.

    If you want to read the whole story and view a video of this at bat, you can do so here. Switch pitcher causes confusion

    I really want to see this kid pitch in the majors someday.
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    Tonights Home Run derby participants are a bit of a letdown......Where are the sluggers?

    NL, Bats, Age, 2008 homeruns, Career homeruns
    Lance Berkman, HOU, S, 32, 28 (T-7th in NL), 281
    Ryan Braun, MIL, R, 24, 23(T-4th in NL), 57
    Dan Uggla, FLA, R, 28, 23(T-4th in NL), 81
    Chase Utley, PHI, L, 29, 25(T-3rd in NL), 122

    AL, Bats, Age, 2008 homeruns, Career homeruns
    Josh Hamilton, TEX, L, 27, 21 (T-2nd in AL), 40
    Evan Longoria, TB, R, 22, 16(T-14th in AL), 16
    Justin Morneau, MIN, L, 27, 14(T-21st in AL), 124
    Grady Sizemore, CLE, L, 25, 23(1st in AL), 101
    State Farm Home Run Derby participants announced | MLB.com: Official Info
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    Ok I take that last statement back. Josh Hamilton rocked! What an inspiring story he is and his old Legion coach pitching to him put an exclamation point on that.
    CYA

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    NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We just lost Pudge Rodriguez to those Yankees!!!!
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    Sorry, veejer. I was coming in here to say that I am NOT a Yankees fan. I am, however, a huge Pudge fan. So now I'll be following the Yankees. So disappointed in you though, Pudge.
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    Bye Manny.....it's been fun..... it's been ugly...it's time.

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