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    Quote Originally Posted by ml242 View Post
    I thought the yanks would break the single season record for homeruns but a half season without judge and stanton (so far) seems to have them off of last years pace. Still, the Bombers set a new record with 28 consecutive games of hammering one out. With Sevy and German coming back sometime in the second half and these guys all starting to fire, this team seems to have some room to improve as well.
    It helps that the AL is awful, especially the Blue Jays & Orioles.

    They serve up home runs like a dad pitching to his son.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodsy View Post
    It helps that the AL is awful, especially the Blue Jays & Orioles.

    They serve up home runs like a dad pitching to his son.
    and a single by gleyber in the 9th and

    thaaaaaa yankees win!

    now on to complaining about the stupid london series, who’s the ‘home team’ again?
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    London is fucking stupid. Who fucking thought of that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodsy View Post
    It helps that the AL is awful, especially the Blue Jays & Orioles.

    They serve up home runs like a dad pitching to his son.

    Yeah, well they included Tampa, Houston and Boston in that streak, and maybe Minnesota too
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    Quote Originally Posted by irul&ublo View Post
    London is fucking stupid. Who fucking thought of that?
    I think Murdoch.

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    They must be paying people to take tickets to that shit. What a joke. Go play in Havana or Monterrey or fucking Aruba for chrissakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    I think Murdoch.
    I hate that mother fucker. When the O’Malleys sold the Dodgers to him is when I became a Yankee fan.
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    "timberridge is terminally vapid" -- a fortune cookie in Yueyang

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    Cant wait to see how many bombs the Sox hit against the Jays in a few weeks in Fenway.
    Watched them give up 7 runs in an inning against the Angels earlier this moth in Toronto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    Go play in Havana or Monterrey or fucking Aruba for chrissakes.
    Or Tampa. They need to get fans there somehow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodsy View Post
    It helps that the AL is awful, especially the Blue Jays & Orioles.

    They serve up home runs like a dad pitching to his son.
    4 of the last 6 WS champs, 6/6 last all star game winners. Last year was the first since 2003 for the NL to come out on top in interleague play. I think you're mistaking parity for awfulness.
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    Sounds like they need the DH.

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    Congratulations to 10 year vet Carlos Santana getting the start at 1st for the ASG, at home, where it all began for him, The Jake.

    Shout out to the best pro hitter in the game, and regrettable non-re-signee Michael Brantley for earning a start too.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ml242 View Post
    4 of the last 6 WS champs, 6/6 last all star game winners. Last year was the first since 2003 for the NL to come out on top in interleague play. I think you're mistaking parity for awfulness.
    Just talking this year. Pitching on teams.
    parity?
    The West is the only division that isn't ruled by one or 2 teams, and the Astros are the only team I would be scared of there.
    Just saying the home run record against the arms in Baltimore and Toronto Especially is nothing to hang your hat on.

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    i’m not hanging my hat, it is simply once again one of the most historically powerful offensive clubs that baseball has seen.

    the al pitching is weird this year. you look at last years cy young vote getters and kluber and sevy, are injured, bauer and sale have sucked, and diaz switched leagues. at least it seems odd to me that five of the ten best by one method would be off the map.

    maybe i have some east coast bias but what divisions are scary in the NL? because it kind of sounds like you’re just describing baseball in general.

    you have a good young braves team and a post peak washington mixed in with the kind of meh phillies in the east. in the central you have the cubs and a pretty good milwaukee club. and in the west you have the dodgers.

    cleveland and the a’s especially seem good for late season runs if that’s your thing.

    6-6 after 1 inning in london, this thing should have been an exhibition game.
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    Lots of people in the stands though.

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    Would rather be in the stands there than listening to Joe Buck right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supermoon View Post
    Would rather be in the stands there than listening to Joe Buck right now.
    cc looking pretty good for 300lbs
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    is shawaren crying or was he preparing a lasagna for one?
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    I wonder how Londoners are enjoying this softball game.

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    I don't think there's any English folks left, it's all Sox and Yanks fans.

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    The Yankees suck chant was probably joined in by many an Englishman who are still angry about the revolutionary war.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supermoon View Post
    Would rather be in the stands there than listening to Joe Buck right now.
    Always

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supermoon View Post
    The Yankees suck chant was probably joined in by many an Englishman who are still angry about the revolutionary war.
    This is what Brits do at stadiums. Drink and participate in mob violence.

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    I was in the gym, looked up and saw 14-6, and thought yeah, short fences, but then I realized it was the top of the fourth. Holy shit. This is really dumb.

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