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Postby Madison » Wed Oct 15, 2003 8:20 pm

Game 7, Pedro vs. Clemons. After the fiasco the last time, this should be a very interesting game. Think anyone will be digging into the box? :-o
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Re: projections for tonights redsox yankees game

Postby DK » Wed Oct 15, 2003 9:19 pm

sputter9 wrote:what will be the final score?



9-6 red sox. :-D
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Re: projections for tonights redsox yankees game

Postby Madison » Wed Oct 15, 2003 9:21 pm

DK wrote:
sputter9 wrote:what will be the final score?



9-6 red sox. :-D


Um.....That's a little unfair.

Lmao! :-D
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Postby sputter9 » Wed Oct 15, 2003 9:30 pm

haha yea i had to work while the game was on...worked 4-8:30 LMAO. We had the game on over the intercom...at a grocery store. they turned it off around the 6th inning. So i spent the 8th and 9th inning text messaging my friends to find out what was going on. when i told my boss what the score was the game was back on for the bottom of the ninth. i am glad i could get so much imput on my first post.
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Postby Mad'sWife » Thu Oct 16, 2003 3:09 am

I might have to get up early to watch this game tonight.

I think it will most likely be worth it. I think everyone will be a bit edgey. 8-o
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Postby ramble2 » Thu Oct 16, 2003 1:56 pm

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Madison wrote:I just don't get it. Everything I've read and heard says that Nelson started the physical part of the altercation with the groundskeeper, yet here he is, pitching. Had it been a normal person, they would be in jail right now.

Maybe there's something that the press isn't telling us.


I don't either. If I did what he did, I'd still be in jail. It's amazing, eh? Being rich and famous?


Maybe he posted bail? Has he formally been charged with anything yet?
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Postby Lofunzo » Thu Oct 16, 2003 2:28 pm

Madison wrote:I just don't get it. Everything I've read and heard says that Nelson started the physical part of the altercation with the groundskeeper, yet here he is, pitching. Had it been a normal person, they would be in jail right now.

Maybe there's something that the press isn't telling us.


Maybe. This brings up a good point. What does everyone think about this? Should things that happen on the field be handled by the league or through the police? I'm talking real punishments either way.

Madison wrote:Um......That wasn't a foul tip by Ortiz. Not even close. 8-o Maybe he went around, but the ump said foul tip. No way. He missed it by a foot.


I said the same thing when it happened.
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Postby Madison » Thu Oct 16, 2003 2:44 pm

Lofunzo wrote:
Madison wrote:I just don't get it. Everything I've read and heard says that Nelson started the physical part of the altercation with the groundskeeper, yet here he is, pitching. Had it been a normal person, they would be in jail right now.

Maybe there's something that the press isn't telling us.


Maybe. This brings up a good point. What does everyone think about this? Should things that happen on the field be handled by the league or through the police? I'm talking real punishments either way.

Madison wrote:Um......That wasn't a foul tip by Ortiz. Not even close. 8-o Maybe he went around, but the ump said foul tip. No way. He missed it by a foot.


I said the same thing when it happened.


This punishment should be handled by the police, in my opinion. The groundskeeper's injuries were too severe. Cleat marks on his back? Yikes! Let the court take care of it.

As to the foul tip, glad that we can agree once in awhile. :-D ;-D Lol.
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Postby Lofunzo » Thu Oct 16, 2003 2:48 pm

Madison wrote:This punishment should be handled by the police, in my opinion. The groundskeeper's injuries were too severe. Cleat marks on his back? Yikes! Let the court take care of it.

As to the foul tip, glad that we can agree once in awhile. :-D ;-D Lol.


A case can be made for both sides in how it should be handled. I just don't like it when the police get too involved with this stuff. When the McSorley-Brashear incident years ago, the police were all set to prosecute. I like to keep these things in-league whenever possible. Not saying in this instance. Just in general.

We agree most of the time. At least when we don't, we respectfully agree to disagree. ;-D
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Postby DK » Thu Oct 16, 2003 5:34 pm

most definitely wasn't a tip...ah well
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