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Re: 7/08 Cheering - Venting & Pogo who the hell is

Postby wingman3110 » Tue Jul 09, 2013 10:16 am

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jefferey13 wrote:This site goes down all the team for me it seems, does that happen to anyone else?

Yes, definitely for me also. Various times throughout the day, it doesn't load for me. This is definitely part of the reason that the boards have been so slow of late.


Yeah quite annoying. I count on the info here on a daily basis.
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Re: 7/08 - 7/11 Cheering - Venting - Its all here in one thr

Postby ayebatter » Tue Jul 09, 2013 10:42 am

Tuesday, July 9th

AL

Kansas City Royals at New York Yankees

(R) James Shields (3-6) vs. (L) CC Sabathia (9-6)

Texas Rangers at Baltimore Orioles

(L) Martin Perez (2-1) vs. (L) Zach Britton (2-2)

Toronto Blue Jays at Cleveland Indians
(R) Josh Johnson (1-3) vs. (R) Ubaldo Jimenez (6-4)

Chicago White Sox at Detroit Tigers
(L) Jose Quintana (3-2) vs. (R) Justin Verlander (9-5)

Minnesota Twins at Tampa Bay Rays
(R) Kyle Gibson (1-1) vs. (R) Chris Archer (2-3)

Boston Red Sox at Seattle Mariners
(R) Allen Webster (1-2) vs. (R) Hisashi Iwakuma (7-4)

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Oakland Athletics at Pittsburgh Pirates
(R) Dan Straily (5-2) vs. (R) Gerrit Cole (4-1)

LA Angels of Anaheim at Chicago Cubs

(R) Joe Blanton (2-10) vs. (L) Travis Wood (5-6)

Houston Astros at St. Louis Cardinals

(R) Bud Norris (6-7) vs. (R) Adam Wainwright (11-5)

NL

Washington Nationals at Philadelphia Phillies
(R) Taylor Jordan (0-1) vs. (L) Cole Hamels (3-11)

Atlanta Braves at Miami Marlins

(R) Julio Teheran (6-4) vs. (R) Henderson Alvarez (0-0)

Cincinnati Reds at Milwaukee Brewers
(L) Tony Cingrani (3-0) vs. (R) Wily Peralta (5-9)

Los Angeles Dodgers at Arizona Diamondbacks

(R) Ricky Nolasco (5-8) vs. (R) Ian Kennedy (3-4)

Colorado Rockies at San Diego Padres

(R) Jhoulys Chacin (8-3) vs. (L) Eric Stults (6-7)

New York Mets at San Francisco Giants

(R) Dillon Gee (6-7) vs. (L) Barry Zito (4-6)
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Re: 7/08 - 7/11 Cheering - Venting - Its all here in one thr

Postby ayebatter » Tue Jul 09, 2013 1:15 pm

Los Angeles Dodgers at Arizona Diamondbacks
(R) Ricky Nolasco (5-8) vs. (R) Ian Kennedy (3-4)

Does the suckage known as IPK give up 17 hits or K 17 batters anything less would be a surprise.
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Re: 7/08 - 7/11 Cheering - Venting - Its all here in one thr

Postby bigh0rt » Tue Jul 09, 2013 3:42 pm

kimchi... WHAT TIME IS IT?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!\

Today I am rolling the future father of my children, Julio Teheran, and the aforementioned #TT and hoping for the best.
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Re: 7/08 - 7/11 Cheering - Venting - Its all here in one thr

Postby jefferey13 » Tue Jul 09, 2013 4:01 pm

ayebatter wrote:Los Angeles Dodgers at Arizona Diamondbacks
(R) Ricky Nolasco (5-8) vs. (R) Ian Kennedy (3-4)

Does the suckage known as IPK give up 17 hits or K 17 batters anything less would be a surprise.



I'm rooting for 17 hits.
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Re: 7/08 - 7/11 Cheering - Venting - Its all here in one thr

Postby bigh0rt » Tue Jul 09, 2013 4:02 pm

Question. How come we're bat$*%$ crazy over Yasiel Puig's .409/.436/.667 over 140 PA but not talking about Hanley Ramirez's 114 PA of .419/.456/.743? Dude is absolutely tearing the cover off the baseball right now, SS/3B eligible, and is stuck playing second fiddle on his own damn team. Guy isn't that far removed from being a Top 2 Overall Pick in fantasy baseball. He's still almost six months shy of his 30th birthday, but many have written him off as an afterthought. The best part so far, in my eyes, is dumping a career 16% K-Rate down to 11%. What sort of expectations do we have for Hanley after the All-Star break? Can he bat .300 (the rest of the way)? Slug .500? Those would be his career averages, not some wildly high ceiling projection.
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Re: 7/08 - 7/11 Cheering - Venting - Its all here in one thr

Postby ayebatter » Tue Jul 09, 2013 4:27 pm

bigh0rt wrote:Question. How come we're bat$*%$ crazy over Yasiel Puig's .409/.436/.667 over 140 PA but not talking about Hanley Ramirez's 114 PA of .419/.456/.743? Dude is absolutely tearing the cover off the baseball right now, SS/3B eligible, and is stuck playing second fiddle on his own damn team. Guy isn't that far removed from being a Top 2 Overall Pick in fantasy baseball. He's still almost six months shy of his 30th birthday, but many have written him off as an afterthought. The best part so far, in my eyes, is dumping a career 16% K-Rate down to 11%. What sort of expectations do we have for Hanley after the All-Star break? Can he bat .300 (the rest of the way)? Slug .500? Those would be his career averages, not some wildly high ceiling projection.


True he has been other worldly - possibly it's because Hanley has been a stud before and everyone is waiting for the collapse I don't see it but I'd imagine that's the issue with those ignoring Hanley.
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Re: 7/08 - 7/11 Cheering - Venting - Its all here in one thr

Postby jefferey13 » Tue Jul 09, 2013 5:28 pm

bigh0rt wrote:Question. How come we're bat$*%$ crazy over Yasiel Puig's .409/.436/.667 over 140 PA but not talking about Hanley Ramirez's 114 PA of .419/.456/.743? Dude is absolutely tearing the cover off the baseball right now, SS/3B eligible, and is stuck playing second fiddle on his own damn team. Guy isn't that far removed from being a Top 2 Overall Pick in fantasy baseball. He's still almost six months shy of his 30th birthday, but many have written him off as an afterthought. The best part so far, in my eyes, is dumping a career 16% K-Rate down to 11%. What sort of expectations do we have for Hanley after the All-Star break? Can he bat .300 (the rest of the way)? Slug .500? Those would be his career averages, not some wildly high ceiling projection.


Ya right now Hanley is hotter than Puig. But when all the hype started Puig was hotter. I think that is the difference.

And also, yesterday I took a player bet, who will have more H, R, and RBIS. Hanley or Aaron Hill. That was some easy money yesterday.
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Re: 7/08 - 7/11 Cheering - Venting - Its all here in one thr

Postby SpecialFNK » Tue Jul 09, 2013 5:47 pm

I haven't seen a site with this information, but I heard it on ESPN PTI. they said there is an alliance voting for the final player vote. Jays their want their fans to vote for NL Braves player Freddie Freeman, and Braves want their fans to vote for AL player Steve Delebar. problem? the PTI guys seem to think so. but I know Kornheiser is biased because of the young phenom Puig, who wouldn't make it, and is currently behind in voting.
I'm thinking what the problem is?
Freeman is just as deserving as Puig, otherwise he wouldn't even be an option.
fans can choose to vote for whoever they want.
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Re: 7/08 - 7/11 Cheering - Venting - Its all here in one thr

Postby Pogotheostrich » Tue Jul 09, 2013 6:03 pm

Media pushing for Puig is having the opposite reaction. Half the people voting for Freeman are voting against Puig.
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