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Postby DK » Fri Sep 15, 2006 5:03 pm

davidmarver wrote:Lol, so winning the division but not having yet won a playoff game is better than reaching the World Series (ala 2000)?

Go figure. :-?


2 Padres fans can't resist bashing on Mets fans when they're the class of the NL?

Go figure. :-?
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Postby gfantasy » Fri Sep 15, 2006 6:40 pm

bigh0rt wrote:This has been placed in the mental vault, and at first chance, your parade shall be rained on -- rest assured. :-]


stored here too.
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Postby Absolutely Adequate » Fri Sep 15, 2006 9:37 pm

This feels so good to see the team that has beaten us relentlessly for years finally fail. It's wonderful.

Padres fans would have no idea what it's like to have the same team beat you over and over again in dramatic and painful ways.* But this feels good to finally beat the Braves.








*Because of the "one team" part. Everybody beats the Padres. [/b]
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Re: Yesterday= the best day in Mets History (Since 1991, anyway)

Postby raiders_umpire » Fri Sep 15, 2006 10:04 pm

DK wrote:The Braves were mathematically eliminated from the playoffs yesterday.

Celebration reigns. }:-) ;-D





DK, you are smarter then that. :-] The Braves are not eliminated from the playoffs. They can not win the division, but they still do have a mathematical shot at the playoffs. There is no chance they make the playoffs, but they still have a mathematical chance. ;-D ;-D



As far as the Mets go, I give a huge congrats to those fans after these last 10 years of finally conquering Mr. Cox. Your home team finally brought some players up through the minors to help them compete, and of course those 3 huge free agent signings definitely helped quite a bit as well. I still think we will see some very nice Braves, Mets, Marlins battles over the next few years for the East title though as the Marlins are loading up with young talent, and the Braves are starting to build their depth back up after some pretty bad drafts earlier this decade.
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Re: Yesterday= the best day in Mets History (Since 1991, anyway)

Postby HiddenIdentity » Fri Sep 15, 2006 11:34 pm

raiders_umpire wrote:
DK wrote:The Braves were mathematically eliminated from the playoffs yesterday.

Celebration reigns. }:-) ;-D





DK, you are smarter then that. :-] The Braves are not eliminated from the playoffs. They can not win the division, but they still do have a mathematical shot at the playoffs. There is no chance they make the playoffs, but they still have a mathematical chance. ;-D ;-D



As far as the Mets go, I give a huge congrats to those fans after these last 10 years of finally conquering Mr. Cox. Your home team finally brought some players up through the minors to help them compete, and of course those 3 huge free agent signings definitely helped quite a bit as well. I still think we will see some very nice Braves, Mets, Marlins battles over the next few years for the East title though as the Marlins are loading up with young talent, and the Braves are starting to build their depth back up after some pretty bad drafts earlier this decade.


Yeah, Florida scares me more than Atlanta for next year.
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Postby davidmarver » Sat Sep 16, 2006 1:05 am

DK wrote:
davidmarver wrote:Lol, so winning the division but not having yet won a playoff game is better than reaching the World Series (ala 2000)?

Go figure. :-?


2 Padres fans can't resist bashing on Mets fans when they're the class of the NL?

Go figure. :-?

There was no bashing, just bewilderment how another team not winning the division is more joyous than going to the World Series. I still haven't figured it out, actually.
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Postby wrveres » Sat Sep 16, 2006 2:38 am

DK wrote:
davidmarver wrote:Lol, so winning the division but not having yet won a playoff game is better than reaching the World Series (ala 2000)?

Go figure. :-?


2 Padres fans can't resist bashing on Mets fans when they're the class of the NL?

Go figure. :-?


what ?? ... I said congrats. ;-7
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Re: Yesterday= the best day in Mets History (Since 1991, anyway)

Postby gfantasy » Sat Sep 16, 2006 5:37 pm

HiddenIdentity wrote:
raiders_umpire wrote:
DK wrote:The Braves were mathematically eliminated from the playoffs yesterday.

Celebration reigns. }:-) ;-D





DK, you are smarter then that. :-] The Braves are not eliminated from the playoffs. They can not win the division, but they still do have a mathematical shot at the playoffs. There is no chance they make the playoffs, but they still have a mathematical chance. ;-D ;-D



As far as the Mets go, I give a huge congrats to those fans after these last 10 years of finally conquering Mr. Cox. Your home team finally brought some players up through the minors to help them compete, and of course those 3 huge free agent signings definitely helped quite a bit as well. I still think we will see some very nice Braves, Mets, Marlins battles over the next few years for the East title though as the Marlins are loading up with young talent, and the Braves are starting to build their depth back up after some pretty bad drafts earlier this decade.


Yeah, Florida scares me more than Atlanta for next year.


If the Marlins keep this team in tact for years to come...we have some fierce competition coming up...
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