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    Quote Originally Posted by cinnepa View Post
    Check that. Go phils!
    44-19 tie
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    I think we started the revolution for less than this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supermoon View Post
    Imagine getting banned for life from baseball for gambling, but only winning 4% of your bets.

    https://x.com/JeffPassan/status/1797998134729248948
    going 0-25 on bets on your organization is truly a gift.

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    Seeing Yamamoto for the first time was pretty cool. There was a reason I was greedily talking about Yamasoto all winter, I wanted both and that guy can pitch! Unbelievable and such easy movement, the ball just explodes out of his hand.

    Teoscar is pretty likeable, I thought he was more of a curmudgeon when he was on the M's.

    Hopefully Soto heals up and the Yanks can start doing goofy inflatable lawn ornament dances tomorrow!

    Fun night though.
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    Seeing Yamamoto for the first time was pretty cool. There was a reason I was greedily talking about Yamasoto all winter, I wanted both and that guy can pitch! Unbelievable and such easy movement, the ball just explodes out of his hand.

    Teoscar is pretty likeable, I thought he was more of a curmudgeon when he was on the M's.

    Hopefully Soto heals up and the Yanks can start doing goofy inflatable lawn ornament dances tomorrow!

    Fun night though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ex-powderbroker View Post
    Seeing Yamamoto for the first time was pretty cool. There was a reason I was greedily talking about Yamasoto all winter, I wanted both and that guy can pitch! Unbelievable and such easy movement, the ball just explodes out of his hand.

    Teoscar is pretty likeable, I thought he was more of a curmudgeon when he was on the M's.

    Hopefully Soto heals up and the Yanks can start doing goofy inflatable lawn ornament dances tomorrow!

    Fun night though.

    Nice close W for Dodgers last night.
    Stoked for Kong vs Godzilla at the Stadium in the Bronx tonight with the boy.

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    teoscar and judge players of the week.

    how was the game?
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    DBacks RF Grichuk was a single short of the cycle and they walked him. Cowards.

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    College ranks heating up. Goddamn those were two great games today.


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    Lot of Yankee fans at Fenway last night…..


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    Quote Originally Posted by seano732 View Post
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    Lot of Yankee fans at Fenway last night…..


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    Especially by the 8th, when it turned into a Yankee victory party.

    Judge is enormous in real life.

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    Any good bleacher fights?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alias_rice View Post
    Especially by the 8th, when it turned into a Yankee victory party.

    Judge is enormous in real life.

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    Shit dude, I didn’t know you were out there, I’d have made arrangements for a mini summit… First time in Boston, it was epic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seano732 View Post
    Shit dude, I didn’t know you were out there, I’d have made arrangements for a mini summit… First time in Boston, it was epic.
    Yeah we should of. I remember you mentioning it, but our dates didn’t quite match up. We ended up changing our plans a bit and I forgot you were going to be there.

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    Mookie down.


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    getting a bad phillies vibe - injuries...bad starting pitching lately.

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    Since May 31, coming off the IL, Steven Kwan is hitting bonkers numbers:

    .535 AVG
    1.298 OPS

    On the season he's hitting .398 and is currently about 18 ABs shy of qualifying for the batting title, which he should earn those appearances in the coming weeks.

    Really cool to see.

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    I still call it The Jake.

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    the sox put a hurt in the phillies and yanks, baseball is a weird game. or you know, ya just can’t predict it… as someone said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seano732 View Post
    Shit dude, I didn’t know you were out there, I’d have made arrangements for a mini summit… First time in Boston, it was epic.
    Yeah we should of. I remember you mentioning it, but our dates didn’t quite match up. We ended up changing our plans a bit and I forgot you were going to be there.

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    As much as a bummer to see Willie Mays died, it was a “Holy shit, that dude was still alive!” thing for me. I have one of his baseball cards from when I was a kid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobMc View Post
    As much as a bummer to see Willie Mays died, it was a “Holy shit, that dude was still alive!” thing for me. I have one of his baseball cards from when I was a kid.
    you could've told me he died in 1987. vibes though.
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    Willie looked middle aged in 1973


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    ^^^Well yeah, he’d been playing pro ball since 1948.

    Anyway RIP to the best overall baseball player Evah and who approached the game full gas.

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