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  1. #676
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    Quote Originally Posted by Supermoon View Post
    Did I say on here or just in the motorcycle thread that I’m doing all thirty ballparks this summer?

    Anyway, number 18 tonight in Miami. This ticket was only $25 somehow.
    That is awesome - wife and I were talking about doing this exact thing last night, actually. I figured it'd be a logistical nightmare, but I'm up for it. Please fill us in with the deets when it's all said and done - lessons learned, etc. what works what doesn't.

    Also that stadium looks like it has ample leg room which is nice, but man what a boring looking place. Makes the Rogers Centre look like a nuanced and charming ballpark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulster2626 View Post
    That is awesome - wife and I were talking about doing this exact thing last night, actually. I figured it'd be a logistical nightmare, but I'm up for it. Please fill us in with the deets when it's all said and done - lessons learned, etc. what works what doesn't.

    Also that stadium looks like it has ample leg room which is nice, but man what a boring looking place. Makes the Rogers Centre look like a nuanced and charming ballpark.
    If you don’t like spreadsheets you might not like a trip like this! Haha.

    Made it from Miami up to ATL just in time to see the game tonight. Little different vibe from last night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supermoon View Post
    If you don’t like spreadsheets you might not like a trip like this! Haha.

    Made it from Miami up to ATL just in time to see the game tonight. Little different vibe from last night.

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    Oh shit, I was just at The Battery (the entertainment district surrounding Truist Park for those not from here) for a happy hour cocktail. Should’ve PM’d me!
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    Oh shit, I was just at The Battery (the entertainment district surrounding Truist Park for those not from here) for a happy hour cocktail. Should’ve PM’d me!
    I did! But it wasn’t until about 7:10 when I realized I could make the game

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supermoon View Post
    I did! But it wasn’t until about 7:10 when I realized I could make the game
    Fuck! I didn’t see the little red dot by the PM button until you just posted that! Can’t believe I was right there and missed it.

    Let me know if y’all are around beyond tonight’s game and we’ll grab a beer for sure.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Guards look fucking sharp in pregame warmups tonight.

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    I still call it The Jake.

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    Well good game tonight. Giants gave that up easy at the end there.

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    OFFICIAL MLB 2022 THREAD

    And the Yankees take another series from. 500+ team

    https://www.mlb.com/video/jose-trevi...iah-kiner-fale
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    Quote Originally Posted by Supermoon View Post
    Well good game tonight. Giants gave that up easy at the end there.
    Great game you saw; 11 Ks from Morton and a Bravos walkoff. Nicely done.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    BALLGAME! /TomHamiltonvoice

    This Guards team is the most exciting team that you’re not paying attention to.

    15 wins in 19 games so far in June but AGAIN, they come back late to win. Down 5-1 at one point, then down 10-7 in the 9th, they come back to win 11-10 in the 9th!

    The youngest team in ball don’t quit!

    Roll Guards.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    OFFICIAL MLB 2022 THREAD

    4 run 9th for the Guards to come back from 3 down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EWG View Post
    4 run 9th!
    The Dao of Kwan is working and so is rookie phenom Oscar Gonzalez.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    The Dao of Kwan is working and so is rookie phenom Oscar Gonzalez.
    Nice outfield right?

    Kwan’s splits for June are stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    BALLGAME! /TomHamiltonvoice

    This Guards team is the most exciting team that you’re not paying attention to.

    15 wins in 19 games so far in June but AGAIN, they come back late to win. Down 5-1 at one point, then down 10-7 in the 9th, they come back to win 11-10 in the 9th!

    The youngest team in ball don’t quit!

    Roll Guards.
    Sox are 16-4 in June if I count correctly, tearing the cover off the ball after a ridiculously slow start and pitching really well. See you tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ötzi View Post
    Sox are 16-4 in June if I count correctly, tearing the cover off the ball after a ridiculously slow start and pitching really well. See you tomorrow.
    Oh yeah, big series at the Jake tomorrow.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ötzi View Post
    Sox are 16-4 in June if I count correctly, tearing the cover off the ball after a ridiculously slow start and pitching really well. See you tomorrow.
    That's pretty good, they only fell behind one additional game.
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    Yeah if the Yanks stay as miraculously injury-free as they've been they're probably uncatchable. Hey it could happen. Right?

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    They've been lucky in that the right people have gone down. Substituting Holmes and King for Chapman and Britton has been huge, the catcher they originally got to share time with Higgy went down and Trevino replaced him to become the second most productive hitter behind Judge.

    They've also been consistent with things that went well last year (pitching) while improving defense and baserunning which had been just awful.

    I think if they play .500 the rest of the year they'd still wrap up with 100 wins, so catching them is probably unrealistic but baseball is a tale of two seasons now and at some point it will be "What'd you do for me in the fall"...

    Somehow this crappy glassjaw offense is leading the league in runs and the wheels could come off or gallo and stanton could start hitting to career norms and they'd improve and win 120. who knows.
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    Shohei Ohtani is must-see baseball.

    "Tuesday night Shohei Ohtani had a career-high 8 RBIs. Twenty-four hours later, he surpassed his high mark in strikeouts with his 13th."

    https://www.mlb.com/news/shohei-ohta...h-13-vs-royals
    I still call it The Jake.

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    That dude is amazing

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    Oh yeah, big series at the Jake tomorrow.
    I’ll be there Saturday and Sunday hopefully!

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    Anyone done the SRO Pinstripe Pass at Yankee Stadium?
    Thinking of taking the boy to see the Day game vs the Trashstros on Sat. (only 2 teams I cheer for the Yankees against are the Giants and Astros)
    tix are either nose bleed for $40 or decent for $150+
    all those terraces in CF have to be good for something right? plus free beer

    And Freddie Freeman is en fuego at the moment. Man loves him some Cincy....

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    OFFICIAL MLB 2022 THREAD

    Ha…take that you cheating sacks of shit….

    https://twitter.com/TalkinYanks/stat...11WU7PKM5tqRQw
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    I just saw the last couple innings of that wtf was with the astros' bullpen? man.

    And then all those happy New Yorkers jumping around at the end, it was like a horrible nightmare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ötzi View Post
    I just saw the last couple innings of that wtf was with the astros' bullpen? man.

    And then all those happy New Yorkers jumping around at the end, it was like a horrible nightmare.
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