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I'm rooting for Boston
9 years ago  ::  Oct 05, 2013 - 1:50PM #41
GottaGoToMo
Posts: 84,970

Oct 5, 2013 -- 10:18AM, Lola wrote:


I've come back to my senses....  I'm not rooting for a Boston/Dodgers series.  I want those dirty dawgs to die now!!!!! They scored 12 runs in the 1st game. Price better put a lid on this now. 






Yep Lola ... it's not worth the risk ... hopefully someone kills them before they get to the World Series.

9 years ago  ::  Oct 05, 2013 - 1:54PM #42
laurenfrances
Posts: 48,523
I'm rooting for Oakland/Dodgers..the only fans watching will reside in Ca.  It will do wonders for TV ratings. Here's hoping Oakland wins.
9 years ago  ::  Oct 05, 2013 - 8:37PM #43
Keena
Posts: 430

Oct 4, 2013 -- 7:12PM, ArtVandelay wrote:


Oct 4, 2013 -- 6:55PM, Keena wrote:


Aren't there any fans who still hate the Dodgers from the old days?  I could never, ever, ever, root for them, Donnie or no Donnie.




I hate all of the other 29 teams, some more than others....





Good point Art. Although I do pull for the Cardinals whenever the Yanks are out of it.  I'd love to see a Cards/Yanks WS just once!

9 years ago  ::  Oct 05, 2013 - 10:13PM #44
davis2
Posts: 19,213

Oct 4, 2013 -- 8:55PM, GottaGoToMo wrote:


Oct 4, 2013 -- 7:03PM, YankeeLoon wrote:

How can any Yankee fan root for the Red Sox to win a game no less two postseason series?



That's how I feel ... but if by chance the Red Sox get to the World Series, it will be interesting to root for the Dodgers and Donnie to beat their butts!



I hate those goatbreeding scumbags, Their boy Selig will fix things for them.

9 years ago  ::  Oct 05, 2013 - 10:14PM #45
davis2
Posts: 19,213

Oct 5, 2013 -- 11:30AM, bomberhojoe wrote:

I'd rather be stuck in an elevator between floors with Nancy Pelosi and Michelle Bachman, then root for the sawx.


Every man's dream????

9 years ago  ::  Oct 05, 2013 - 10:52PM #46
ninja108
Posts: 4,118

Nope,I will never,EVER root for the Sox to get to the World Series.


 Here's hoping they lose in the ALCS because it doens't look like the Rays will beat them.


 

9 years ago  ::  Oct 06, 2013 - 1:03AM #47
James52
Posts: 1,515

Pirates/Cards/A's.. Those are the 3 teams that I will  be OK if they win the WS.. Pulling for the underdogs though, Pirates vs A's.


But Boston? Never. Looks like they will advance to the next round.. Hate that. And with the Dodgers, nope. Don't care if Mattingly deserves it or not.. Can't stand their fanbase.


Imagine if they win. You'll be hearing every day about how Puig changed the course and stuff.. No thanks.


9 years ago  ::  Oct 06, 2013 - 9:55AM #48
NYYGuy
Posts: 5,216

I can cheer for the Red Sox if them winning helps the Yankees. Did it a few times this year in fact.


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

9 years ago  ::  Oct 06, 2013 - 10:15AM #49
laurenfrances
Posts: 48,523

Wow, it was a pitcher's duel ( Oakland/Tigers) down the finish ..Verlander / Gray.  Verlander pitched 7 scoreless innings  as Gray delivered 8 scoreless innings. This kid is a rookie, he pitched the game of his life.  As reported....



Verlander was part dominant, part gritty, but so was Gray. Making his first postseason start, Gray impressed not only with the stuff that made him a the A's first-round Draft pick in 2011, but also with an unflappable presence that proved essential as he performed on the biggest stage of his career.


And all he did was pitch the game of his life. Turns out this kid is all right.


"He pitched like Josh Beckett and Curt Schilling," said Detroit's Miguel Cabrera. "Man, he was good. He was great today."


Gray, just 23 and the sixth rookie in Oakland history to start a postseason game, fanned nine over eight special innings, bringing out the heat, a few Pedro Martinez-esque sliders and, of course, his bread-and-butter curveball, which rivaled even Verlander's.


Gray allowed four hits, with only one leaving the infield, and walked two in the affair, which marked just the 11th start of his big league career. Verlander, meanwhile, got through seven innings on 117 pitches.

9 years ago  ::  Oct 06, 2013 - 10:23AM #50
Lola
Posts: 30,017
I saw that kid Lauren..... 23 years old.  He looks like he's 12. I stopped watching after he  and Verlander came out. What was the final score?
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