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Old September 13th, 2010, 12:41 PM   #101 (permalink)
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And the CY Young goes to...

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Great game last night! One of the best pitching duels I've seen in a while.
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And the CY Young goes to...
Felix Hernandez? Lol, he's the front runner for the AL Cy Young award.


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Great game last night! One of the best pitching duels I've seen in a while.
Yeah, what an amazing game. We need some bullpen help. I get severely upset when scrubs like Reid Brignac hit walk-off HR's.
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Felix Hernandez? Lol, he's the front runner for the AL Cy Young award.
King Felix definitely is deserving but does not get the attention because he plays on a crappy team. You know sort of like how Carl Crawford didn't get much attention until the Rays got good.


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Yeah, what an amazing game. We need some bullpen help. I get severely upset when scrubs like Reid Brignac hit walk-off HR's.
I would not call him a scrub, I actually think he's turning into a good ball player and probably could be an everyday starter on several teams. But I do agree that the yankee pitching staff needs some work, although my Rays have had their issues lately from their pitching staff as well.
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King Felix definitely is deserving but does not get the attention because he plays on a crappy team. You know sort of like how Carl Crawford didn't get much attention until the Rays got good.
According to recent polls and professional opinions, King Felix is #1 right now in the AL Cy Young voting then CC then Price but that can all change in the last few weeks.


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I would not call him a scrub, I actually think he's turning into a good ball player and probably could be an everyday starter on several teams. But I do agree that the yankee pitching staff needs some work, although my Rays have had their issues lately from their pitching staff as well.
Ehh, if you say so. I don't find him impressive in the least bit but he is still young and is still developing his skills/tools so perhaps I'm being too critical.
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My Cincinnati Reds have clinched their first winning season since 2000!! Sadly that IS a huge step for my Reds. Now time to forget about the cards and start thinking about playoff matchups.
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I was born and raised a Twins fan... But since moving to the Tampa bay area in 1995, the home town Rays have grown on me... i root for both teams through out the season, but when they play eachother, i gotta stick to my Twins... this years playoffs are gonna be rough though, because i would love to see both teams win a world series.. but i know that aint gonna happen lol
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My Cincinnati Reds have clinched their first winning season since 2000!! Sadly that IS a huge step for my Reds. Now time to forget about the cards and start thinking about playoff matchups.
I'm a little afraid of how that bullpen will hold up w/ Cordero's status uncertain due to his recent struggles. Chapman as a closer would = pwnsauce although I could see him more in a middle relief or long relief role.
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I'm a little afraid of how that bullpen will hold up w/ Cordero's status uncertain due to his recent struggles. Chapman as a closer would = pwnsauce although I could see him more in a middle relief or long relief role.
People are screaming for chapman to replace coco. And rightly so, 105mph!?!?!? Am personally sick of watching cordero's struggles. Paying that man too much for him to have an era over 4. Still, first winning season in 10 years and first visit to playoffs in 15. For now i'm just happy they got there.
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People are screaming for chapman to replace coco. And rightly so, 105mph!?!?!? Am personally sick of watching cordero's struggles. Paying that man too much for him to have an era over 4. Still, first winning season in 10 years and first visit to playoffs in 15. For now i'm just happy they got there.
Overall, he's been lights out for you guys for the vast majority of the season. His recent struggles just come at a very inconvenient time (since the playoffs are approaching rather quickly). If it wasn't for CarGo, I'd likely vote Votto for NL MVP.
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Overall, he's been lights out for you guys for the vast majority of the season. His recent struggles just come at a very inconvenient time (since the playoffs are approaching rather quickly). If it wasn't for CarGo, I'd likely vote Votto for NL MVP.
Still, votto should win it. With out him good chance we don't even finish at 500.
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Been a Mets fan my whole life. I've never seen them win a championship (actually, I've never seen any of my teams win a championship) and I get depressed every time I watch the Mets nowadays. I cried when they lost in 2006, but when they win in the distant future, it'll feel great.
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Been a Mets fan my whole life. I've never seen them win a championship (actually, I've never seen any of my teams win a championship) and I get depressed every time I watch the Mets nowadays. I cried when they lost in 2006, but when they win in the distant future, it'll feel great.
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Yankees all the way baby. such a tight race with the rays (another great young team)
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Tampa Bay is the new AL East CHAMPS
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Still, votto should win it. With out him good chance we don't even finish at 500.
Yeah I'd give it to Votto too. Phat Albert has had it enough; this year the numbers are a coin flip
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Yep yep, Rays are def deserving of the AL East. My Yankees poor September play better not carry into the postseason. Now for the best part of the MLB to begin. GO YANKS!

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Come on post season.... first time in 15 years I've had something to look forward to in Oct.
Gotta face the Phillies in the first round. That's gonna be rough. Halladay, Oswalt and Hamels in a 3 man rotation is going to hurt... badly
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Yanks just dont have the starting pitching this post season after CC. I mean seriously who is the team's #2 and #3 right now? They own the Twins, but probably wont make it past the Rays and even if they do [doubtful] the Phils look unbeatable
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CC, Pettitte and Hughes. It's not nearly as good as the Phillies 3-man rotation of Halladay, Oswalt and Hamels but the Yankees know how to win. Not to mention that they are the most experienced (and successful) playoff team in MLB history so I'm not too concerned.

By the way, the critics said the same thing last year when the Phillies had Cliff Lee and we dominated them in the WS.

Tim McCarver has a saying "You just can't predict baseball, folks"
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CC, Pettitte and Hughes. It's not nearly as good as the Phillies 3-man rotation of Halladay, Oswalt and Hamels but the Yankees know how to win. Not to mention that they are the most experienced (and successful) playoff team in MLB history so I'm not too concerned.

By the way, the critics said the same thing last year when the Phillies had Cliff Lee and we dominated them in the WS.

Tim McCarver has a saying "You just can't predict baseball, folks"
Yeah I mean that is why they play the games.
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Yeah I mean that is why they play the games.
Agreed. Either way, I'm super psyched for the Saturday night game vs Twins. Me and a few friends are going.
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Agreed. Either way, I'm super psyched for the Saturday night game vs Twins. Me and a few friends are going.
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Gotta face the Phillies in the first round. That's gonna be rough. Halladay, Oswalt and Hamels in a 3 man rotation is going to hurt... badly
Not overly worried, we beat holiday and oswalt this year plus played philly's pretty tough this year... guess we'll see wed
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Not overly worried, we beat holiday and oswalt this year plus played philly's pretty tough this year... guess we'll see wed
I'm stoked for the playoffs. It's so unpredictable.
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Hoping my boys can pull some unpredictable out their ass'
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Not overly worried, we beat holiday and oswalt this year plus played philly's pretty tough this year... guess we'll see wed
the Phillies don't have anyone named Holiday

but after seeing this... you should be worried. i know i would be.


but anyway, there really isn't anyone besides maybe the giants who will cause a problem for the Phillies. We are 5-1 against the Braves in the last 6 which has been within the last 2 weeks, and the game we lost we used 8 different pitchers, mostly young, to just get them some time in there. I'm not really worried about the NL.
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Well of course I'm a Yankees fan, so its may favourite team from New York Yankees,
But also NL West: Los Angeles Dodgers is one of the best team in the MLB.
And david wright is my favourite player.
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Well of course I'm a Yankees fan, so its may favourite team from New York Yankees,
But also NL West: Los Angeles Dodgers is one of the best team in the MLB.
And david wright is my favourite player.
The LA Dodgers are far from one of the best teams in baseball. They may have a few great players but that doesn't make them one of the best teams.
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but after seeing this... you should be worried. i know i would be.


but anyway, there really isn't anyone besides maybe the giants who will cause a problem for the Phillies. We are 5-1 against the Braves in the last 6 which has been within the last 2 weeks, and the game we lost we used 8 different pitchers, mostly young, to just get them some time in there. I'm not really worried about the NL.
2-10 huh. that works for me... we only need to win 1 at your place to take philly's down. Lets also not forget that you cant take into account any year other than this, the reds record this year speaks towards that. Plus those for games they swept us this year i believe neither team scored many runs in.
Lets see what else... We lead the NL in runs scored along with almost every other important offensive category. Plus we beat HOLIDAY() and oswalt this year.
Not sweating the phillies at all, besides we need someone who can actually beat the Yank's. Last time we faced them in the Series we swept them
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2-10 huh. that works for me... we only need to win 1 at your place to take philly's down. Lets also not forget that you cant take into account any year other than this, the reds record this year speaks towards that. Plus those for games they swept us this year i believe neither team scored many runs in.
Lets see what else... We lead the NL in runs scored along with almost every other important offensive category. Plus we beat HOLIDAY() and oswalt this year.
Not sweating the phillies at all, besides we need someone who can actually beat the Yank's. Last time we faced them in the Series we swept them
That's assuming you can beat the Phillies twice at home. The only team I would fear in the playoffs right now is the Giants.

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That's assuming you can beat the Phillies twice at home. The only team I would fear in the playoffs right now is the Giants.

1976 references don't count to modern day play. LOL!
Only need one @ philly, then win both at home
and it will be flashback time if our teams get there again (you'll go down in 4!!)
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and it will be flashback time if our teams get there again (you'll go down in 4!!)
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No offense but you are giving the Reds way too much (undeserved) credit. I personally don't see the Reds advancing into the NLCS or the WS for that matter.
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HOW BOUT MY RANGERS!!! 1-0 against tampa so far. lee looked like his old self again and we scored 5 off price. ITS TIME!!
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HOW BOUT MY RANGERS!!! 1-0 against tampa so far. lee looked like his old self again and we scored 5 off price. ITS TIME!!

Congrats..

I was at the game today and the rays play horrible.

They'll be lucky to win this series..
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Congrats..

I was at the game today and the rays play horrible.

They'll be lucky to win this series..
so you were one of like, what... 6 fans there at the game?
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No offense but you are giving the Reds way too much (undeserved) credit. I personally don't see the Reds advancing into the NLCS or the WS for that matter.
Called optimism
You should know all about that... it's the only thing keeping the yanks rotation together
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And seriously, until reds are eliminated then i say they are going to the series and sweeping the yanks (if THEY get there)
just how i am, if they get swept first round then so be it, was a great season.

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it's not going to get any easier for the reds. oswalt next hamels to follow.

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Called optimism
You should know all about that... it's the only thing keeping the yanks rotation together
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And seriously, until reds are eliminated then i say they are going to the series and sweeping the yanks (if THEY get there)
just how i am, if they get swept first round then so be it, was a great season.

fyi: just had to turn game 1 off, i'll be damned if Holiday() gets himself a no-hitter
Halladay is a beast. I expected nothing less from him considering it is his very first playoff appearance in his career.
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it's not going to get any easier for the reds. oswalt next hamels to follow.
But it will be easier, Halladay (yes, after last night he deserves i spell his name right, lol) is one of the best in the business. Although Oswalt dominates the reds (29-3 i think) we have had his number recently. Guess we will see.
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True dat. Guess i called the no-hitter... In retrospect how would it have turned out if Wood had started, not Volquez. Wood i bet would of got a hit off Halladay. He sure came the closest while i was watching.
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The rays are pretty much done in playoff.

Goodbye Carl Crawford and Carlos Pena
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Bet no one here thought my rangers were going to be doing this well..

ITS TIME!
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But it will be easier, Halladay (yes, after last night he deserves i spell his name right, lol) is one of the best in the business. Although Oswalt dominates the reds (29-3 i think) we have had his number recently. Guess we will see.


True dat. Guess i called the no-hitter... In retrospect how would it have turned out if Wood had started, not Volquez. Wood i bet would of got a hit off Halladay. He sure came the closest while i was watching.
How'd the yanks do? I crashed early last night
Yanks swept the Twins in typical fashion. Just waiting for the winner of Rangers/Rays to decide our opponent in the ALCS. Damn Reds barely put up a fight vs the Phillies. Braves vs Giants has been a great matchup. I'm hoping the Giants take the lead and the win.

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Yea, their defense really let me down. Sucks game 2 should of been theirs.
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Yea, their defense really let me down. Sucks game 2 should of been theirs.
Besides Game 2, the Reds barely put up a fight. The Phillies were just that much better all-around.
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There pitching yes... while their hitters might have the edge i don't believe their was THAT much of a difference offensively
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There pitching yes... while their hitters might have the edge i don't believe their was THAT much of a difference offensively
The games were not high scoring (with exception to game 2) but the Philles were hitting in the clutch whereas the Reds just weren't hitting or if they did hit the ball the Phillies defense was there for the putout.
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Take away the errors (very uncommon for them, tied for least errors in the league) and the phillies don't score half the runs they did
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