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Postby pkarr5000 » Tue Dec 30, 2003 8:39 pm

DK wrote:
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Madison wrote:Here's a wild one for everyone. :-B

The Rangers have good hitting and zero pitching...........

The A's have good pitching and zero hitting (not including Chavez) .......

I know it wouldn't make a lot of sense, but............


technically no, because the a's batters have probably the best eyes in the A.L. most of them are capable of doing damage but prefer just to get on base. and im certain ob % is a big part of batting. but the idea of arod, tex, and blalock in a Texas A's jersey intrigues me. my agent will call your agent ;-)


You must have read Moneyball. :-)

I actually had not read it until just a couple of days ago (when a friend got it for me for Christmas). I read it over these last couple of days. Intriguing book.


dk, my metropolitan friend, moneyball is my bible. i got it too for christmas, although i already owned a copy. but its nice to have a copy with a lot of notes and scrambling in it and a another clean book
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Postby DK » Tue Dec 30, 2003 8:48 pm

pkarr5000 wrote:
DK wrote:
pkarr5000 wrote:
Madison wrote:Here's a wild one for everyone. :-B

The Rangers have good hitting and zero pitching...........

The A's have good pitching and zero hitting (not including Chavez) .......

I know it wouldn't make a lot of sense, but............


technically no, because the a's batters have probably the best eyes in the A.L. most of them are capable of doing damage but prefer just to get on base. and im certain ob % is a big part of batting. but the idea of arod, tex, and blalock in a Texas A's jersey intrigues me. my agent will call your agent ;-)


You must have read Moneyball. :-)

I actually had not read it until just a couple of days ago (when a friend got it for me for Christmas). I read it over these last couple of days. Intriguing book.


dk, my metropolitan friend, moneyball is my bible. i got it too for christmas, although i already owned a copy. but its nice to have a copy with a lot of notes and scrambling in it and a another clean book


Lol. :D yes, very true.

:-B :-B I'm your friend? :-B :-B

Lol. I feel like steve urkel when eddie admits that they're friends...

Moneyball isn't my bible...yet. Currently, playboy is my Church gazette, and The New Bill James Historical Abstract is my bible.
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Postby pkarr5000 » Tue Dec 30, 2003 8:55 pm

touching, mets fan. i tend to avoid conversations about steve urkel because he represents one of my many personalities but i must say, as a geek, the first sentence of your last line rhymes. ;-7
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