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nuggets wrote:[Great so now those who live in happy Soriano land think pitchers quality doesn't effect hitters production...I'm a fricken halucinating or what? There was no worm in the bottle , I swear!
SeovyeQuirsefron wrote:I point out that Rangers hitters suffer from playing in the long, hot Texas summers. Nuggets counters with the completely irrelevant argument that pitchers suffer more than hitters.
ukrneal wrote:I was going to respond, but I don't think either side really cares any more, so I'll jsut let this lie.
Why not have a group bet? If he hits over .259 say, one side wins. If he doesn't the other side wins. I'd take that bet personally. Oh, and can we forget about the kicking in the nuts thing - something less....visual.
nuggets wrote:Phatferd wrote:SeovyeQuirsefron wrote:Phatferd wrote:I love when new people show and start debating with the likes of Nuggest and GTWMA. They have no idea what they are getting themselves into.
So far, Nuggets is losing with his lame attempts to try to apply my arguments to situations that clearly don't fit. (eg. Cabrera)
Just because Nuggets can spew out a bunch of stats doesn't make him right.
Just ask yourself this:
If the National had Soriano plus three hitters better than him -- as has been argued -- wouldn't their lineup be awesome?
I was the new person once (to my credit, nuggest was too and it was over SBs) and I still think I am right, but I don't think he is wrong either. Old thread, but who cares, the point is he has defended his position and I would say better than you have.
One of the main flaws in one of your argumesnts, which was refuted by nuggets well, is the whole weather/heat thing in Texas. The heat obviously effects pitchers more than hitters and "math" proves this to be true.
Ahh, old times
I actually don't remembe the exact thread, can you remind me, I like to look at the dumb crap I've said/though in the past
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