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Postby AtlDynasty25 » Sun May 08, 2005 1:43 pm

Juan Uribe is in the 2 hole for the White Sox today, and has homered already. Do you guys see Guillen keeping him there, or is this just a temporary thing?
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Postby Cooner » Sun May 08, 2005 1:59 pm

probably not- Iguchi has the day off.
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Re: Juan Uribe batting 2nd

Postby Slow Pitch » Sun May 08, 2005 2:08 pm

AtlDynasty25 wrote:Juan Uribe is in the 2 hole for the White Sox today, and has homered already. Do you guys see Guillen keeping him there, or is this just a temporary thing?


Are you serious. Start thinking for yourself b4 asking such questions. Why on earth would Guillen move Iguchi from the 2 hole to put Uribe there. Do you think Ozzie is just saying well we have the best record in baseball, so maybe I should start tinkering with the line up to see if we can start losing a few more. Really.

Tell me 1 reason........I will be waiting...& for a long time I am sure.
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Postby AtlDynasty25 » Sun May 08, 2005 2:20 pm

I didn't realize Iguchi had the day off, or even batted at the top of the order for that matter. I'm not familiar with the CWS line-up, hense the reason for asking the knowledgeable people here at the cafe ;-D
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Postby vladrules » Sun May 08, 2005 2:37 pm

believe Uribe owns LHP this year.12 team 5x5 nonkeeper daily roto yahoo league

kind of like LMatos in 2nd spot vs LHP

Don't think it's permanent but how it is so far.
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Re: Juan Uribe batting 2nd

Postby DominicanLou » Sun May 08, 2005 3:10 pm

Slow Pitch wrote:
AtlDynasty25 wrote:Juan Uribe is in the 2 hole for the White Sox today, and has homered already. Do you guys see Guillen keeping him there, or is this just a temporary thing?


Are you serious. Start thinking for yourself b4 asking such questions. Why on earth would Guillen move Iguchi from the 2 hole to put Uribe there. Do you think Ozzie is just saying well we have the best record in baseball, so maybe I should start tinkering with the line up to see if we can start losing a few more. Really.

Tell me 1 reason........I will be waiting...& for a long time I am sure.


Dude, you really need to calm down. He just asked a question. There is no need to explode like that. :-t :-t :-t
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Re: Juan Uribe batting 2nd

Postby brandnew » Sun May 08, 2005 3:35 pm

Slow Pitch wrote:
AtlDynasty25 wrote:Juan Uribe is in the 2 hole for the White Sox today, and has homered already. Do you guys see Guillen keeping him there, or is this just a temporary thing?


Are you serious. Start thinking for yourself b4 asking such questions. Why on earth would Guillen move Iguchi from the 2 hole to put Uribe there. Do you think Ozzie is just saying well we have the best record in baseball, so maybe I should start tinkering with the line up to see if we can start losing a few more. Really.

Tell me 1 reason........I will be waiting...& for a long time I am sure.


Wow, someone hasn't gotten laid in a while. Are YOU serious?! Stop running your mouth "b4" you get smacked! Calm down dude, he asked a freakin' question.
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Re: Juan Uribe batting 2nd

Postby Titanic Grizzlie » Sun May 08, 2005 4:16 pm

brandnew wrote:
Slow Pitch wrote:
AtlDynasty25 wrote:Juan Uribe is in the 2 hole for the White Sox today, and has homered already. Do you guys see Guillen keeping him there, or is this just a temporary thing?


Are you serious. Start thinking for yourself b4 asking such questions. Why on earth would Guillen move Iguchi from the 2 hole to put Uribe there. Do you think Ozzie is just saying well we have the best record in baseball, so maybe I should start tinkering with the line up to see if we can start losing a few more. Really.

Tell me 1 reason........I will be waiting...& for a long time I am sure.


Wow, someone hasn't gotten laid in a while. Are YOU serious?! Stop running your mouth "b4" you get smacked! Calm down dude, he asked a freakin' question.


Slow Pitch is 71 years old; he doesn't have time to waste with nitwits. LOL!! He comes from a generation where you actually think before you ask a question. I kind of see where he is coming from though; It's not like the guy had 25 posts. S
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Postby Bobby Baseball » Mon May 09, 2005 8:34 am

Please don't let this great forum start to take on this personality where people are afraid to ask questions. I've seen other boards get ruined because of this. People should be free to ask anything they want to and not not be attacked. Let's keep this board fun, please.
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