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  • #16
    Originally posted by cigarettesandtea View Post
    I don't have much hope for the Buccos.
    Yeah. They have a long row to hoe.

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    • #17
      Looks pretty good. I think the Cubbies repeat.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Reservoir Dog View Post

        It was pretty clear sarcasm you twit.

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        • #19
          The Cubs have been the laughingstock of major league baseball for 100 years. One title doesn't erase all the goat fucking.

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          • #20
            Slap has been the laughingstock of the UJ message boards for probably the last decade of his truly pathetic, lonely, worthless life.

            And the Nats are only known for choking every year.

            Cubs are ELITE. History doesn't mean shit. They're the best team now, which is the topic of this thread.

            Jealous fans will hate all year just like last, and it's fucking hilarious.

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            • #21
              Yankees (1-4) in early trouble.

              Second year aspiring star catcher Gary Sanchez injured his right bicep while swinging and heads to the 10 day DL but they fear it will much longer.

              Top pitching prospect James Kaprielian might miss his 2nd straight year due to injury,

              Greg Bird has been nursing a foot injury since spring training and will miss a couple of games.

              Their best pitcher Tanaka seems ready to opt out of his contract.

              and the Mets are dominating the sports pages.

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              • #22
                Mutts SHOULD be dominating the NY sports pages. The Yankmees are in rebuild mode, and it's too soon to expect them to compete much.

                The Mutts are going to have a difficult time holding on to all that pitching in the near future though. They really need to go for it now.

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                • #23
                  No sports fan anywhere sheds a tear when the Yankees struggle.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by CHEEZY08 View Post
                    No sports fan anywhere sheds a tear when the Yankees struggle.


                    One comment my brother made has always stuck with me as he owns a business with 25 employees and he claims the office is always a happier place when the Yankees lose as opposed to the Red Sox winning.


                    Big time pitching matchup in Motown this afternoon, Sale Vs. Verlander.

                    It must be nice not have to face Sale 5 times a year anymore.

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                    • #25
                      This Banner ceremony at Wrigley will be better than any ceremony in MLB history.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by T0M View Post
                        This Banner ceremony at Wrigley will be better than any ceremony in MLB history.
                        Is the weather a blessing or curse?

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Richard Cabesa View Post
                          The Reds are already out of contention
                          Looking good so far.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by beantown23 View Post
                            Yankees (1-4) in early trouble.

                            Second year aspiring star catcher Gary Sanchez injured his right bicep while swinging and heads to the 10 day DL but they fear it will much longer.

                            Top pitching prospect James Kaprielian might miss his 2nd straight year due to injury,

                            Greg Bird has been nursing a foot injury since spring training and will miss a couple of games.

                            Their best pitcher Tanaka seems ready to opt out of his contract.

                            and the Mets are dominating the sports pages.


                            Looks like I should put in a reverse jinx as the Yankees have not lost since I posted this so baseball gods I give high praise to the 2017 Yankees as they look like a team that could win a 100 games,

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                            • #29
                              Break up the Braves! Heh, they still will probobly only win 80 games or so, but they have a lot of talent, and their payroll liability is next to nothing next season. They did the right thing tearing down the whole thing.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by FSchmertz View Post
                                Mutts SHOULD be dominating the NY sports pages. The Yankmees are in rebuild mode, and it's too soon to expect them to compete much.

                                The Mutts are going to have a difficult time holding on to all that pitching in the near future though. They really need to go for it now.
                                The (11-5) Yankees and (8-10) Mets stories are being to even out in the sport pages.

                                Meanwhile that big bat big dick Boston swagger has deflated as the Sox are last in the majors in homeruns.

                                Its early yet but it not a good time to be playing the Yankees starting Tuesday.

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