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Old 07-04-2005, 09:16 AM
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A Leauge of his own!!!!!

Hey I thought Tom Hanks said "there's no crying in Baseball". I have to admit that was the last thing I expected to see re. the Booney end. It was fun and I will always be grateful for the 2001 season.
Chris Snelling is back from a long rehab, hang on to your hats that "Cricket player" will be roaming the outfield again at Safeco soon! I am amazed that a rookie who played in only 6 games could make such an endelible impression on my baseball mind.
Soriano is also due up soon things can only get better!!!!!
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Old 07-04-2005, 10:31 AM
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Well it is summer but baseball on the Steelhead Forum? My friend you need to get on the water. We tried the blackjack table the other night. One baby chromer about 18" and a couple of golden bones. Not much of a report but it was nice to be wet wading and swinging a train in July. I'd a had more action looking for jailbaits and hotpants.
How you get the line out and fishing is personal preference so as long as it works and is easy no one should care but the caster. MSB
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Old 07-10-2005, 04:41 PM
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It's kinda late to wake up but the M's are definitely feeling it right now... Sexson just homered driving in Ichiro to cap a 5 run inning and they're up 7-3 on LAA going for the 4 game sweep. The break couldn't come at a better time, to burn in a little urgency mentally.

Sad to see Boone go, any player who feels deeply for his team is a good man in my book. Edgar, the Bone, etc. There was this guy Jr. but I don't know if he's still playing baseball anymore and Alex who was only in it for the money in the end.

Meanwhile my new home team is still looking like they could go the distance again, Manny is only three grand slams behind making history and the ragtag Boston bad boys are keeping Fenway faithful.
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