GreenMonsterGoon wrote:This is the worst thread I've ever seen in the cafe
This is the biggest cry baby, spoil sport I have ever seen at The Cafe. Well, maybe not the worst.
Nice posts Sticky and others, keep up the good work.
I have loved the game since i can remember having any memory at all. I started playing a form of Fantasy baseball in 1985, when I was 10 years old. For me, the two have always co-exsisted. I love, and will always love my team (The Cards), but I also have my favorite players, too. Yes, Nolan Ryan Trev, good call. I'll throw in Dale Murphy, Kirk Gibson, Doc Gooden, Roger Clemens, Don Mattingly, Pudge, Johnny Bench, Curt Schilling (just to name a few in my lifetime).
As a Cardinal fan, I am lucky recently. The team has made long term committments to Scott Rolen and Albert Pujols, two of the games biggest stars (I only wish Renteria would have been part of that long term plan, but hey, we aint the Yankees.) I have adjusted to the days where players move around from team to team. Though it may not be ideal, like seeing The Wizard at SS EVERY year, it is still nice to see the GM of my favorite team do his best to put a contender on the field. To me, this adds another aspect to the game, thereby making it more interesting, and indirectly, making it more like fantasy baseball. God Bless This Game, no matter what.
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