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Postby TheRawDAWG » Sun Jun 05, 2005 4:28 pm

hawgvike wrote:i said a couple months ago when he broke camp with the team that he'd be their closer eventually, but i didnt think it would be this quickly...hope he stays healthy and saves 300+ or so for his career.


Don't go getting too high on yourself. I'm thinking everyone knew he would eventually be the closer. Just not this soon....and the only reason it came this soon was because of injury. Stating the obvious doesn't make you a great prognosticator (sp?)... ;-)
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Postby hawgvike » Mon Jun 06, 2005 12:00 am

eh, ive had him on my roster since the day he was actually drafted but im no prognosticator, just feeling great that he's the closer and its paying off that i didnt draft someone like weaver or drew instead...
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