World Series: Phillies at Rays

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Oct 28 2008, 04:20 PM #111

drjess @ Oct 27 2008, 10:06 PM wrote:
macs3rd @ Oct 27 2008, 09:42 PM wrote:
drjess @ Oct 27 2008, 08:27 PM wrote: The Yahoo! Sports headline today says "Hot Cole Hamels tries to win his fifth postseason start..." Hot indeed. Mmmmmmm.. :inlove:
Which one of those Phillies is going to see the tape and see himself on national tv with his hands in his pants. :rofl: I didn't see who it was, but it was pretty funny. Maybe he was keeping his hands warm. Or something.
Smile! You're on candid camera! "Gosh, I hate how those cups chafe when you're soaked" :rofl:
OK, so it's a rain delay, and what game do they put on the radio?!?! Game 7 of the 2003 ACLS. WHY??????? :cry:
Tell me this was a joke,there wasnt a classic ws game they could have put on,cmon tell me this is a prank and its just typical fox hatred :unsure:
FUCK THE YANKEES
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Oct 28 2008, 05:30 PM #112

They will not finish the game tonight due to inclement weather... it is snowing in PA ? The game will resume on Wednesday night at 8:37

http://mlb.mlb.com/news/press_releases/ ... p&c_id=mlb


so is there anything on TV tonight? I am ready for the the 2 hour prologue to 24.. but that isn't for another month... other than that my time is free.... :blink:


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Oct 28 2008, 06:14 PM #113

jerilynk66 @ Oct 28 2008, 10:30 AM wrote: so is there anything on TV tonight? I am ready for the the 2 hour prologue to 24.. but that isn't for another month... other than that my time is free.... :blink:
Tonight, the World Champion Boston Celtics unfurl the championship banner, receive their rings, and open their season against their toughest playoff opponent from the spring, the Cleveland LeBrons.
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Oct 28 2008, 06:37 PM #114

rominer @ Oct 28 2008, 02:14 PM wrote: Tonight, the World Champion Boston Celtics unfurl the championship banner, receive their rings, and open their season against their toughest playoff opponent from the spring, the Cleveland LeBrons.
oh YEAH... I like that banner hanging stuff....

GO GREEN!


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Oct 28 2008, 06:55 PM #115

I imagine there will be one or two Red Sox in the house, too. They can't ALL be golfing.
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Oct 29 2008, 12:32 AM #116

It's fine, Pal, if you're rooting for the right side :wink:

How, though, did Moyer and Blanton keep Pena and Longoria hitless!?!? It boggles the mind.

(Though, I'm a little concerned the Rays have been screwed by the umps... You could park a car in that strike zone.)
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Oct 29 2008, 06:38 AM #117

jerilynk66 @ Oct 28 2008, 12:37 PM wrote: oh YEAH...  I like that banner hanging stuff....

GO GREEN!
Boston Banners in THIS Millenium:

2004 Red Sox
2007 Red Sox
2001 Patriots
2003 Patriots
2004 Patriots
2008 Celtics

We're averaging .75 World Championships per year this millenium.

I'd run an analysis, but that's gotta be one of the best 8-year averages for any city in history. :confused:

Of course there was that Celtics run back in the 60's. :VBG:
Ready for a winning streak...
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Oct 29 2008, 06:59 AM #118

For the decade, Boston averaged 0.9 championships per year in the '60s...with no help from the Bruins, Red Sox, or Patriots. Patriots did play in one pre-Super Bowl era AFL championship game (and got killed). Sox obviously played in one World Series in that decade. Bruins just missed the cut, winning the Stanley Cup in the '69-'70 season. The championships all belonged to the Celtics.

'70s were 0.4 per year – two Celtics, two Bruins.

The '80s, 0.3 – again, all Celtics.

The '90s, not so much.

Going back to the '50s...2 for the Celtics. One for the Milwaukee Braves. I'll count that as 2 1/2 total.

Yeah. The last century wasn't bad. This one is pretty good, though.
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Oct 29 2008, 07:50 PM #119

Poor Philly Phans.. first they get drenched w/ the rain - then they are going to sit in freezing wind chills ... hopefully they get to watch their team WIN

GO PHILLIES


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Oct 29 2008, 11:21 PM #120

Alot of fans don't care much about the World Series, and many have said that this was was pretty forgettable.
It won't be to Philly fans, who like Red Sox fans at Fenway ,would sit through a northeaster if we thought our team would win the World Series.
It won't be to the Rays fan either.
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I honor the teams that make it to the World Series, the pinnacle of the Baseball Year.
Of course, it'll be much better when it's the Red Sox .

Still I have enjoyed the World Series,. I just lovem that Baseball Game!!!!
They're here. Every April, they're here. At 1:05 or at 7:05, there is a game. And if it gets rained out, guess what? They make it up to you.
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