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Postby Lofunzo » Thu Oct 21, 2004 3:31 pm

Mookie4ever wrote:Nomar is a much better hitter than Cabrera so it's kind of silly to say that they wouldn't have gotten where they are if Nomar was still around.

I bet that soon there will be stories popping up that Nomar called his ex-teammates to congratulate them and wish them well in the WS. Nomar's a good guy.


You think that Nomar would have hit better than .379 against the Yankees?? They really didn't need his hitting but that was gravy. They needed much better D at SS and they got that.
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Postby Mookie4ever » Thu Oct 21, 2004 3:54 pm

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Mookie4ever wrote:Nomar is a much better hitter than Cabrera so it's kind of silly to say that they wouldn't have gotten where they are if Nomar was still around.

I bet that soon there will be stories popping up that Nomar called his ex-teammates to congratulate them and wish them well in the WS. Nomar's a good guy.


You think that Nomar would have hit better than .379 against the Yankees?? They really didn't need his hitting but that was gravy. They needed much better D at SS and they got that.


No, I don't know how he would do - but it's just silly to say that they would have lost if they hadn't traded away their perrenial all star shortstop.
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Postby Lofunzo » Thu Oct 21, 2004 4:08 pm

Mookie4ever wrote:
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Mookie4ever wrote:Nomar is a much better hitter than Cabrera so it's kind of silly to say that they wouldn't have gotten where they are if Nomar was still around.

I bet that soon there will be stories popping up that Nomar called his ex-teammates to congratulate them and wish them well in the WS. Nomar's a good guy.


You think that Nomar would have hit better than .379 against the Yankees?? They really didn't need his hitting but that was gravy. They needed much better D at SS and they got that.


No, I don't know how he would do - but it's just silly to say that they would have lost if they hadn't traded away their perrenial all star shortstop.


Well, this year he was anything but an All Star. If you look above, I said that we will never know but I don't think that they would have won with Nomar. 1 is a fact and the other is my opinion.
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