Tex Out Two Weeks At Least,

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    Tex Out Two Weeks At Least,

    Good Thing, We Dont Have To Worry About That BUM Beating Us,


     Go RedSox...............
     
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    Yank Tank II...
     
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    If we only win a handful of games the rest of this year, I hope they are against the Tankees...I would be happy to lose every other one if this could happen...
     
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    In response to 56redsox's comment:
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    Good Thing, We Dont Have To Worry About That BUM Beating Us,


     Go RedSox...............

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    How pathetic the level to which some Sox fans have sunk!!  Celebrating injuries to players on other teams and referring to a guy as a "BUM" who has torched your pitching to the tune of 18 RBI in 12 games this year.  The abysmal Sox are due to win and since they seemingly always "tend" to always get up for "Big Brother" Yankee games, they "could" play their best baseball.   After facing the Sox best starter tonight, the Yanks "should" feast on cookies (Aaron Cook) and cream (the fading Felix Dubrount), but baseball is a game we all know cannot be predicted with any kind of accuracy simply based "on paper." 

    That notwithstanding, the games are always entertaining compared to a lot of others and perhaps loyal, passionate and intelligent Sox fans will get some solace from seeing the team have a few memorable games down the stretch to reduce the sour taste of a "lost season. "

     

     
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    In response to 56redsox's comment:
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    Good Thing, We Dont Have To Worry About That BUM Beating Us,


     Go RedSox...............

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    How pathetic the level to which some Sox fans have sunk!!  Celebrating injuries to players on other teams and referring to a guy as a "BUM" who has torched your pitching to the tune of 18 RBI in 12 games this year.  The abysmal Sox are due to win and since they seemingly always "tend" to always get up for "Big Brother" Yankee games, they "could" play their best baseball.   After facing the Sox best starter tonight, the Yanks "should" feast on cookies (Aaron Cook) and cream (the fading Felix Dubrount), but baseball is a game we all know cannot be predicted with any kind of accuracy simply based "on paper." 

    That notwithstanding, the games are always entertaining compared to a lot of others and perhaps loyal, passionate and intelligent Sox fans will get some solace from seeing the team have a few memorable games down the stretch to reduce the sour taste of a "lost season. "

     

     

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    I didn't see a single fan here "celebrating".

    And if you say you've never been glad the Yankees didn't have to face a tough opposing player, because of an injury, you're full of it.

    Lighten up, Francis.
     
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    Re: Tex Out Two Weeks At Least,

    bump
     
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    Yank Tank II...

    Blowing a raspberry.ogvpblttttttt...:)
     
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    Re: Tex Out Two Weeks At Least,

    I love you Red Sox fans!! You reaaaaallly are special! :-)

     

    ALL YANKEES, ALL THE TIME W/YOU GUYS! :-) I cannot say I blame you! XO!

     

     
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    In response to samclemens' comment:
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    In response to 56redsox's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    Good Thing, We Dont Have To Worry About That BUM Beating Us,


     Go RedSox...............

    [/QUOTE]

    How pathetic the level to which some Sox fans have sunk!!  Celebrating injuries to players on other teams and referring to a guy as a "BUM" who has torched your pitching to the tune of 18 RBI in 12 games this year.  The abysmal Sox are due to win and since they seemingly always "tend" to always get up for "Big Brother" Yankee games, they "could" play their best baseball.   After facing the Sox best starter tonight, the Yanks "should" feast on cookies (Aaron Cook) and cream (the fading Felix Dubrount), but baseball is a game we all know cannot be predicted with any kind of accuracy simply based "on paper." 

    That notwithstanding, the games are always entertaining compared to a lot of others and perhaps loyal, passionate and intelligent Sox fans will get some solace from seeing the team have a few memorable games down the stretch to reduce the sour taste of a "lost season. "

     Not  Celebrating That He Is Hurt SamC, Just Saying One Less Tankme Bum We Dont Have TO
     Face, Just Passing Along What I Saw.....

     

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    In response to samclemens' comment:
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    In response to 56redsox's comment:
    [QUOTE]

    Good Thing, We Dont Have To Worry About That BUM Beating Us,


     Go RedSox...............

    [/QUOTE]

    How pathetic the level to which some Sox fans have sunk!!  Celebrating injuries to players on other teams and referring to a guy as a "BUM" who has torched your pitching to the tune of 18 RBI in 12 games this year.  The abysmal Sox are due to win and since they seemingly always "tend" to always get up for "Big Brother" Yankee games, they "could" play their best baseball.   After facing the Sox best starter tonight, the Yanks "should" feast on cookies (Aaron Cook) and cream (the fading Felix Dubrount), but baseball is a game we all know cannot be predicted with any kind of accuracy simply based "on paper." 

    That notwithstanding, the games are always entertaining compared to a lot of others and perhaps loyal, passionate and intelligent Sox fans will get some solace from seeing the team have a few memorable games down the stretch to reduce the sour taste of a "lost season. "

     

     

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    I didn't see a single fan here "celebrating".

    And if you say you've never been glad the Yankees didn't have to face a tough opposing player, because of an injury, you're full of it.

    Lighten up, Francis.

     

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    Hate to burst your bubble, Skippy, but there are fans who actually want to see teams at their best in both the regular season and the postseason and no I have "never" been glad that the Yankees didn't have to face a tough opposing player because of injury.   Fans pay for tickets to attend games typically well in advance and if you don't think that the game would be much more enjoyable and competitive for most of them with guys like Big Papi and Mark Teixeira on the field, you're delusional.  

     
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