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whodey24

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Message Posted On Thursday, June 28th 2007 at 1:27 pm
On Wednesday, June 27th 2007 8:44 pm, FullHouseDude24 wrote:
Tonight, I heard Ryan Howard's 100th homer on the radio and saw Casey Blake's 100th homer on TV.

Did any one see Howard's homer? 505 feet is a loooong way.

I watched that game. Howard's homer was in the top ten plays on sportscenter.

TakinBackSubway

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Message Posted On Friday, June 29th 2007 at 10:27 pm
How about Aramis Ramirez hitting a game winning grand slam today? Cubbies have got it going on 10 wins straight.
avstars

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Message Posted On Monday, July 2nd 2007 at 8:49 pm
Guess Bonds fans juiced up the ballots on the last days of voting. Ain't no all-star game in SF w/o Bonds.
whodey24

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Message Posted On Tuesday, July 3rd 2007 at 7:03 pm
Bonds hit number 751 tonight
Buckeye24
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Message Posted On Tuesday, July 3rd 2007 at 7:52 pm
On Tuesday, July 3rd 2007 7:03 pm, whodey24 wrote:
Bonds hit number 751 tonight

Against the Reds....
Me
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Message Posted On Wednesday, July 4th 2007 at 6:10 am
On Tuesday, July 3rd 2007 7:03 pm, whodey24 wrote:
Bonds hit number 751 tonight

I hope that the MLB pitchers all gang up on Bonds and walks him the rest of his career.
Buckeye24
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Message Posted On Wednesday, July 4th 2007 at 9:10 am
On Wednesday, July 4th 2007 6:10 am, Me wrote:
On Tuesday, July 3rd 2007 7:03 pm, whodey24 wrote:
Bonds hit number 751 tonight

I hope that the MLB pitchers all gang up on Bonds and walks him the rest of his career.

Yeah, he doesn't deserve the record. It'd be nice to announce his 756th home run.
whodey24

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Message Posted On Sunday, July 8th 2007 at 11:05 am
reds are going for 4 straight today
Me
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Message Posted On Tuesday, July 10th 2007 at 6:33 am
Its that time again...time for the American league to kick some National league ass in the AllStar game!!!
avstars

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Message Posted On Tuesday, July 10th 2007 at 1:20 pm
AL will crush the NL tonight. If the NL avoids using Hoffman when they have the lead, they might have a chance.
avstars

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Message Posted On Tuesday, July 10th 2007 at 9:26 pm
Ok, if La Russa is really tired of the NL not winning All-Star game and is playing to win, why the heck does he thinks Aaron Rowand is a better hitter in the most crucial moment of the game than his Albert Pujois.

Overall I was entertained about the game.
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Message Posted On Wednesday, July 11th 2007 at 6:13 am
Hey, seeing Ichiro hit an inside the park HR was a historic event. It was the first ever in All Star history, which is hard to believe. But the fact that it was a stand up, inside the park HR without even being close to have been challenged was truly amazing.
Buckeye24
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Message Posted On Wednesday, July 11th 2007 at 9:02 am
Three walks, a single, a homer, all with two outs.
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Message Posted On Wednesday, July 11th 2007 at 3:47 pm
On Tuesday, July 10th 2007 9:26 pm, avstars wrote:
Ok, if La Russa is really tired of the NL not winning All-Star game and is playing to win, why the heck does he thinks Aaron Rowand is a better hitter in the most crucial moment of the game than his Albert Pujois.

Overall I was entertained about the game.

Yahoo News Wrote:
Pujols was angry about being left on the All-Star bench and the St. Louis slugger took aim at the National League manager -- who just happened to be La Russa of his own Cardinals.

"It's the All-Star game. He can do what he wants," Pujols said Tuesday night. "He does whatever he wants. If I wasn't expecting to play, I wouldn't have come up here."

Pujols, the NL MVP in 2005 and key to the Cardinals' win in the World Series last year, said La Russa didn't talk to him the entire game.

Pujols could only watch when Aaron Rowand flied out with the bases loaded to end the American League's 5-4 win.

"If he wants to get upset, he can get upset," La Russa said. "Whatever he wants to do, he can do. It's America. That wasn't the most important thing tonight."
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Message Posted On Wednesday, July 25th 2007 at 5:23 pm
The Yankees went 24 straight innings with scoring at least one run. That is phenomenal. It ended last night in the ninth and again tonight in the first.
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