Nightmare WS scenario avoided: NYY/Cards lose, Scut MVP, Buck and McCarver can barely choke back the tears as the route begins...

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    Our long national nightmare is over! The most abominable WS matchup in our planet's history was officially averted in San Francisco this evening. This, coupled with the sweep of NYY by Detroit, frees our nation from the bonds of tyranny. Joe Buck and Tim McCarver can barely choke back the tears in the 2nd and 3rd innings when the route became too obvious to deny. We will never forget the hang dog expressions and the sunken heads. McCarver's comment about past St. Louis greatness, and that the Cardinals have only finished in last place one time in their history seems a small consolation now. Scut takes his dirt dog with him to the coast and does great things in spite of Holliday's dirty slide. You go Scut, you got the last word my friend by catching Holliday's weak popup to end it all. Perfect. Besides the Reds winning it, this was the next best thing for me in the NL. Watching Scut knock the Cardinals off, and watching St. Louis CHOKE like Cleveland in 07. HA HA....

     
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    Scut is the man, Scut is CLUTCH, Scut is a wiseguy heavy, Scut always does what the big boss says....

     
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    Scut is the man, Scut is CLUTCH, Scut is a wiseguy heavy, Scut always does what the big boss says....

     
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    HAHAHA, ESPN lead story: "CARDINALS COLLAPSE".

     
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    In response to TheExaminer's comment:
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    Our long national nightmare is over! The most abominable WS matchup in our planet's history was officially averted in San Francisco this evening. This, coupled with the sweep of NYY by Detroit, frees our nation from the bonds of tyranny. Joe Buck and Tim McCarver can barely choke back the tears in the 2nd and 3rd innings when the route became too obvious to deny. We will never forget the hang dog expressions and the sunken heads. McCarver's comment about past St. Louis greatness, and that the Cardinals have only finished in last place one time in their history seems a small consolation now. Scut takes his dirt dog with him to the coast and does great things in spite of Holliday's dirty slide. You go Scut, you got the last word my friend by catching Holliday's weak popup to end it all. Perfect. Besides the Reds winning it, this was the next best thing for me in the NL. Watching Scut knock the Cardinals off, and watching St. Louis CHOKE like Cleveland in 07. HA HA....

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    It Was Only Fitting Ex, The Scuta Cought Hollidays Poop Up, Should Be A Good WS....

     
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    In response to TheExaminer's comment:
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    Our long national nightmare is over! The most abominable WS matchup in our planet's history was officially averted in San Francisco this evening. This, coupled with the sweep of NYY by Detroit, frees our nation from the bonds of tyranny. Joe Buck and Tim McCarver can barely choke back the tears in the 2nd and 3rd innings when the route became too obvious to deny. We will never forget the hang dog expressions and the sunken heads. McCarver's comment about past St. Louis greatness, and that the Cardinals have only finished in last place one time in their history seems a small consolation now. Scut takes his dirt dog with him to the coast and does great things in spite of Holliday's dirty slide. You go Scut, you got the last word my friend by catching Holliday's weak popup to end it all. Perfect. Besides the Reds winning it, this was the next best thing for me in the NL. Watching Scut knock the Cardinals off, and watching St. Louis CHOKE like Cleveland in 07. HA HA....

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    It Was Only Fitting Ex, The Scuta Cought Hollidays Poop Up, Should Be A Good WS....

     
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    Sorry About The DBL Post.....

     
  8. You have chosen to ignore posts from TheExaminer. Show TheExaminer's posts

    It did that to me too. It's double posting for some reason tonight.

     
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    In response to TheExaminer's comment:
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    Scut is the man, Scut is CLUTCH, Scut is a wiseguy heavy, Scut always does what the big boss says....

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    I really enjoyed the game and it was great to see Scutaro win the MVP.  He had a great series ending up with a .500 batting average.  It was especially nice to see St. Louis lose.  I didn't want to see them in the World Series again after they won last year. 

     
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    Holliday got hit hard.  Payback for hurting Scutaro. 

     
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    Holliday got hit hard.  Payback for hurting Scutaro. 

     
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    Holliday got hit hard.  Payback for hurting Scutaro. 

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    I liked McCarver's feeble remark after Holliday got hit.

    "That was wrong. You don't wake the sleeping giant".


    Ha!

     
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    Repeating posts are a PITA.

     
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    REALLY!

     
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    Good for Marco. It will nice not having to listen to Buck & McCarver cheer on the Cardinals.

     
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    Good for Marco. It will nice not having to listen to Buck & McCarver cheer on the Cardinals.

     
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    Double post got me too.

     
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    Was rooting for SF and Scut too.  but, i will say this....it would have been a little bit satisfying if the cardinals went on to win the WS.  wait, bear with me here....think about it.  we ALL dislike the Cardinals....but....we all HATE LaRussa.  how funny would it be if the rookie manager won the WS the year after LaRussa went out on top?  and with no Pujols to boot.

    personally, i would have been ok with this happening.

     

    Mcarver and Buck can s|_|ck it.

     
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    Although I'm a Sox fan first, I live in SF Bay area so a Giant fan too(49ers also after the Pats) and I'm estatic with the comeback & Sox alumnus Scutaro's perormance. I felt at the time that Holliday's play on Marco was egregious. I know in football there are 15 year penalties for unsportmanlike plays but what happens in baseball...player gets tossed ?

    So grateful Marco was able to return not injured seriously as he could have and Giant pitching, 20 runs to 1, in last 3 games & Marco's MVP were the deciding factors.

     
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    Although I'm a Sox fan first, I live in SF Bay area so a Giant fan too(49ers also after the Pats) and I'm estatic with the comeback & Sox alumnus Scutaro's perormance. I felt at the time that Holliday's play on Marco was egregious. I know in football there are 15 year penalties for unsportmanlike plays but what happens in baseball...player gets tossed ?

    So grateful Marco was able to return not injured seriously as he could have and Giant pitching, 20 runs to 1, in last 3 games & Marco's MVP were the deciding factors.

     
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    Although I'm a Sox fan first, I live in SF Bay area so a Giant fan too(49ers also after the Pats) and I'm estatic with the comeback & Sox alumnus Scutaro's perormance. I felt at the time that Holliday's play on Marco was egregious. I know in football there are 15 year penalties for unsportmanlike plays but what happens in baseball...player gets tossed ?

    So grateful Marco was able to return not injured seriously as he could have and Giant pitching, 20 runs to 1, in last 3 games & Marco's MVP were the deciding factors.

     
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    At least if the technical gurus of this new posting feature can't correct the multiple posts, let us at least do so with a DELETE KEY !!!!

     
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    It would have been funny if Holliday attacked Cain after getting hit. 

    SF: "Hey, that's our Ace!!!" 

    St. Louis: "We're down 9-0 so we have nothing to lose at this point."   LOL

     

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