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  • Originally posted by SonofSouthie View Post
    That he did. 1986
    *Living in New Mexico at the time I really didn't follow them that close and wondering why he didn't pitch in the Series against the Mets.
    tom was hurt. therefore we got to see al nipper get a start
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    • Originally posted by mookie1995 View Post

      mookie has never, ever, watched one episode of that show
      Me neither, but the clips I have seen have been funnier that the Simpsons.
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      • Originally posted by Kepler View Post

        Me neither, but the clips I have seen have been funnier that the Simpsons.
        haven't seen a simpson episode since prolly 1991
        a legend and an out of work bum look a lot alike, daddy.

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        • Originally posted by mookie1995 View Post

          haven't seen a simpson episode since prolly 1991
          So you missed every good episode ever. Series started in Dec. '89.
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          • Originally posted by mookie1995 View Post

            haven't seen a simpson episode since prolly 1991
            About 1999 for me.
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            • The A's only got 17k to come out for their home opener. Last night they had paid attendance of just 3,748. Tonight, albeit with a last minute adjustment to the start time, they pulled 2,703, their smallest attendance in 43 years.

              And now I just read there's a pack of 30-40 feral cats just living in the Coliseum? And they aren't going to relocate them for territorial purposes, expecting new feral cats to takeover if others leave, so they're going to spay and neuter them and bring them back. If anyone is writing a possible Major League reboot at the moment, just throw it out and pick up a camera, because the real life version is happening now.
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              • Originally posted by Spartanforlife4 View Post
                The A's only got 17k to come out for their home opener. Last night they had paid attendance of just 3,748. Tonight, albeit with a last minute adjustment to the start time, they pulled 2,703, their smallest attendance in 43 years.

                And now I just read there's a pack of 30-40 feral cats just living in the Coliseum? And they aren't going to relocate them for territorial purposes, expecting new feral cats to takeover if others leave, so they're going to spay and neuter them and bring them back. If anyone is writing a possible Major League reboot at the moment, just throw it out and pick up a camera, because the real life version is happening now.
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                • Originally posted by Spartanforlife4 View Post
                  The A's only got 17k to come out for their home opener. Last night they had paid attendance of just 3,748. Tonight, albeit with a last minute adjustment to the start time, they pulled 2,703, their smallest attendance in 43 years.

                  And now I just read there's a pack of 30-40 feral cats just living in the Coliseum? And they aren't going to relocate them for territorial purposes, expecting new feral cats to takeover if others leave, so they're going to spay and neuter them and bring them back. If anyone is writing a possible Major League reboot at the moment, just throw it out and pick up a camera, because the real life version is happening now.
                  Didn't they bring the feral cats in to take care of a rat problem?

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                  • Miggy: 3,000.
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                    • Originally posted by MissThundercat View Post
                      Miggy: 3,000.
                      Yadier Molina is next closest at 2116. But won't make it.

                      ​Nick Markakis and Jose Reyes were closer, but aren't playing.

                      Joey Votto at 2035 isn't likely to make it either. Jose Altuve at 1783 has an outside chance if he plays till he's in his 40s.
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                      • Originally posted by JF_Gophers View Post

                        Yadier Molina is next closest at 2116. But won't make it.

                        ​Nick Markakis and Jose Reyes were closer, but aren't playing.

                        Joey Votto at 2035 isn't likely to make it either. Jose Altuve at 1783 has an outside chance if he plays till he's in his 40s.
                        I think Robinson Cano is next closest, and has an outside shot.
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                        • Originally posted by SJHovey View Post

                          I think Robinson Cano is next closest, and has an outside shot.
                          I forget he still exists. Age 39 at 2630. I'm going to say "no".
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                          • Originally posted by JF_Gophers View Post

                            I forget he still exists. Age 39 at 2630. I'm going to say "no".
                            It’ll depend on health. A third of the players with 3000 hits got theirs in their 40’s, and Cano doesn’t turn 40 until late October. Still averaging a hit per game played for the last four or five years. Signed thru end of next season. I tend to think it’s 60/40 he makes it.
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                            • Originally posted by JF_Gophers View Post

                              I forget he still exists. Age 39 at 2630. I'm going to say "no".
                              Don't sell his pharmacist short.

                              Cano's problem now is there's nowhere for him to play on the Mets, and nobody else is going to swallow that contract.
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