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For the Record

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On October 24, 2011

Every time God Bless America is played during the seventh inning stretch the terrorists score a major victory. Also, bases-empty intentional walks — even to hitters as great as Pujols and Cabrer

Game 6: Let’s Open Some Thread Here

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On November 5, 2009
Surely, even we opponents of the death penalty can agree that the rack should be brought back for any Yankee fan whining over how it’s been nine long years since their last championship. …I believe it was Aristotle who said, “if you find yourself with Chad Durbin on the mound in the 5th inning, you […]

We Have A Game!

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On October 28, 2007
Now if they could only force them to bring Gagne in, things could get really interesting. Even Kaz’s bizarre stolen base down 6-2 may have paid off, because if the infield is playing a DP depth I don’t think Tulowitzki’s grounder gets through… …well, OK, scratch that. Share

World Serious

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On October 25, 2007

A good roundup from Nate Silver. The Red Sox are not only the best team in baseball but are, on paper, as well-designed for the playoffs as can be. On the other hand, the Rockies are a better team tha

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