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Old 04-12-2009, 10:09 PM
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how bout those M's!

Getting it done in the AL west... home stand / wish I was at Safeco this week.
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Old 04-13-2009, 05:29 PM
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Yeah, we're all holding our breath.

The current Mariners success is like a Bigfoot sighting on the banks of the Cowlitz - it sure ~looks~ real at first, but you know in your heart it's probably just one of the locals w/o his shirt.

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Old 04-15-2009, 12:04 PM
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Sasquatch,,,,

Thats classic I can't wait to use it myself
I was thinking that the Mariners pitching staff and the speed in the outfield were actually looking pretty real. But hey I am and always will be a closet optimist.
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... and their fastest comes back tonight (not to mention .300+ offense)
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Old 04-15-2009, 01:19 PM
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Ya betcha...

Yeah Juro its like a third opening day for Demarie and I, we both are thinking he might have a few more stolen bases in him this year with Guttierez taking some of the strain off in right center.
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There they go again, slashing at windmills... and I thought red sox fans were Quixotic..
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OMG

The great Ichiro was slashing at something there with the bases loaded.
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I guess I'm missing something here so I went to the Seattle Times sports page. Interesting indeed! But should this not all be on the thread ""Jesus and the 98 mile fast ball? Hey Fred, does Jim Longborg still pitch for the Red Soxs?
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How 'bout Wakefield! Sox looked like their old' selves again, Lowell's back strong and Ellesbury proves again that he's a 'natural'.

A quixotic 17 hour drive up I-5 the M's rack up 15 hits 11 runs including the grand salami for Ichiro and long ball #400 for Griffey at Safeco... this team has a special luster this year have to wait and see how this all pans out by the time the summer run bucks have their pink cheeks. (I especially like how the new chief pulled Batista *before* any real damage was done)
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(I especially like how the new chief pulled Batista *before* any real damage was done)
Beyond enjoying the offensive tour-de-force, THAT was something all Mariners fans noticed.
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As winter comes to NZ with heavy winds and huge waves it's time to get back into summer and that means baseball! Having been away and knowing I've not missed much over the last few years someone help me out with this years compass crew roster if you can. Who is this guy Jaku#$%^% and who is Eric Bederard? Did they come up through the organization or are they 5 dollar free agents? How many 5 dollar free agents are on the team as I know the owner won't spend any money and usually they destroy their young talent or give it away. Where did this manager come from? Any help would be great.
Yankee"s suck!
It's cooling down here and the Marlin and Tuna are getting ready to depart North. Hope to get some striper fishing in this year and some summer steel if there are any to be had.
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OC they came from that land where they play ball. We will go there together soon!
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Ok Moonlight, looking forward to the campfire chat(hotstove). But someone answer me one question. What happened to that number one pick from a few years ago can't miss catcher from Southern Cal. I see him nowhere.
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Jeff Clement is playing in Tacoma. Seattle has catchers!
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