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  • Mets pitchers tie team record with 20 strike outs in 9 innings. No walks.
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    • Scherzer faces 18. Retires 18. Mets clinch their 10th post-season in 61 years.
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      • Originally posted by Kepler View Post
        Scherzer faces 18. Retires 18. Mets clinch their 10th post-season in 61 years.
        *sigh* The Wild Card isn't even looking good for the Brewers at this point.
        “Demolish the bridges behind you… then there is no choice but to build again.”

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        • 60!!!!!!!!!!!!
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          • TIL when they realigned in 94 the Pirates were supposed to be in the East and the Braves in the Central, but the Braves whined.

            Man, what a different world we could have had.
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            • Originally posted by Kepler View Post
              TIL when they realigned in 94 the Pirates were supposed to be in the East and the Braves in the Central, but the Braves whined.

              Man, what a different world we could have had.
              Wow. That would have been a game changer in '95. That would have left the Mets as the NL East leader?

              Ignoring how the heavy intra-division games would have changed, would that have made it Braves/Mets, Dodgers/Rockies?
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              • Woman behind the plate in Oakland has maintained this expression for 5 innings.

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                • Pujols just hit #700.
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                  • Originally posted by Kepler View Post
                    TIL when they realigned in 94 the Pirates were supposed to be in the East and the Braves in the Central, but the Braves whined.

                    Man, what a different world we could have had.
                    A couple other things I read said it was more the Marlins campaigning for a regional rival. Obviously that didn’t work out because no one cares about Miami.

                    Also read that the Pirates were trying to get into the Central later on as well. Not sure why they made the Central have six teams when they could’ve had the East have six and let the Pirates go move like they wanted.

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                    • Originally posted by Spartanforlife4 View Post
                      Also read that the Pirates were trying to get into the Central later on as well.
                      They thought they would be more competitive with smaller payroll teams.

                      And then they tanked for 15 years.
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                      • Originally posted by Kepler View Post
                        And then they tanked for 15 years.
                        Is it really tanking when your franchise played the long game and was financially stable in spite of the on-field (lack of) performance?
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                        • Originally posted by Kepler View Post
                          Pujols just hit #700.
                          And the Dodger fan who caught the ball refused to give it up and left the game with it.
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                          • Originally posted by aparch View Post

                            And the Dodger fan who caught the ball refused to give it up and left the game with it.
                            Well it was the 4th inning, that's about as late as Dodger fans usually stay.

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                            Miss Thundercat That's it, you win.
                            TBA#2 I want to kill you and dance in your blood.
                            DisplacedCornellian Hahaha. Thread over. Frenchy wins.

                            Test to see if I can add this.

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                            • Judge getting his 61st off a Red Sox pitcher ala Maris getting his 61st off Tracy Stallard on Oct 1 '61 almost 61 years after would be uhh numerical.
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                              • Originally posted by aparch View Post

                                And the Dodger fan who caught the ball refused to give it up and left the game with it.
                                The ball might be worth life changing money. He should keep it, especially if he has kids to take care of.

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