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Posted: 10/25/2013 5:20:26 AM EST
hell yes!
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Originally Posted By eric10mm:
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Since this is the second time you have asked....


They are Missouri's professional baseball team that actually knows how to win. I know it is a foreign concept for those of you on the west side.
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True. But I am old. And I remember a day, way back in 1985, when the Royals...
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True. But I am old. And I remember a day, way back in 1985, when the Royals...
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This is the part where someone explains to you that that particular series did not count because of one marginal call.
Link Posted: 10/25/2013 7:50:38 AM EST
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Kansas City Royals (3439-3712 W-L, 1969 - 2013) - 1 World Championship, 2 Pennants, and 7 Playoff Appearances


St. Louis Cardinals (9200-8490 W-L, 1900 - 2013) - 11 World Championships, 18 Pennants, and 26 Playoff Appearances
St. Louis Perfectos (84-67 W-L, 1899)
St. Louis Browns (1059-1029 W-L, 1883 - 1898) - 4 Pennants and 0 Playoff Appearance
St. Louis Brown Stockings (37-43 W-L, 1882)
Overall (10380-9629 W-L, 1882 - 2013) - 11 World Championships, 22 Pennants, and 26 Playoff Appearances

I will not comment on a bad call thats baseball and thats why they play a 7 game series
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Originally Posted By 03pred:


Kansas City Royals (3439-3712 W-L, 1969 - 2013) - 1 World Championship, 2 Pennants, and 7 Playoff Appearances


St. Louis Cardinals (9200-8490 W-L, 1900 - 2013) - 11 World Championships, 18 Pennants, and 26 Playoff Appearances
St. Louis Perfectos (84-67 W-L, 1899)
St. Louis Browns (1059-1029 W-L, 1883 - 1898) - 4 Pennants and 0 Playoff Appearance
St. Louis Brown Stockings (37-43 W-L, 1882)
Overall (10380-9629 W-L, 1882 - 2013) - 11 World Championships, 22 Pennants, and 26 Playoff Appearances

I will not comment on a bad call thats baseball and thats why they play a 7 game series
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Originally Posted By 03pred:
Originally Posted By eric10mm:
True. But I am old. And I remember a day, way back in 1985, when the Royals...


Kansas City Royals (3439-3712 W-L, 1969 - 2013) - 1 World Championship, 2 Pennants, and 7 Playoff Appearances


St. Louis Cardinals (9200-8490 W-L, 1900 - 2013) - 11 World Championships, 18 Pennants, and 26 Playoff Appearances
St. Louis Perfectos (84-67 W-L, 1899)
St. Louis Browns (1059-1029 W-L, 1883 - 1898) - 4 Pennants and 0 Playoff Appearance
St. Louis Brown Stockings (37-43 W-L, 1882)
Overall (10380-9629 W-L, 1882 - 2013) - 11 World Championships, 22 Pennants, and 26 Playoff Appearances

I will not comment on a bad call thats baseball and thats why they play a 7 game series

Ooh! Ooh! Let's do Chicago next!
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Chicago White Sox (8855-8672 W-L, 1901 - 2013) - 3 World Championships, 6 Pennants, and 9 Playoff Appearances




























Chicago Cubs (8697-8587 W-L, 1903 - 2013) - 2 World Championships, 10 Pennants, and 16 Playoff Appearances
Chicago Orphans (346-368 W-L, 1898 - 1902)
Chicago Colts (550-516 W-L, 1890 - 1897)
Chicago White Stockings (845-505 W-L, 1876 - 1889) - 6 Pennants and 0 Playoff Appearance (white sox)
Overall (10438-9976 W-L, 1876 - 2013) - 2 World Championships, 16 Pennants, and 16 Playoff Appearance

ETA http://www.baseball-reference.com/
Link Posted: 10/25/2013 8:45:20 AM EST
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True. But I am old. And I remember a day, way back in 1985, when the Royals...




Grin is in Somalia?







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double post
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Game 4 blew nuts :\ Let's see if we can keep from stranding runs in 5. Game 4 = Matheny FAIL!. Took out Lynn -FAIL!- then let Wong run for Craig in which he got caught off 1st for the out/loss WHEN BELTRAN WAS AT THE MOTHER EFFING PLATE!!!!..... -FAIL!!!!-
Link Posted: 10/28/2013 1:32:30 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Ki777UMiNATi:
Game 4 blew nuts :\ Let's see if we can keep from stranding runs in 5. Game 4 = Matheny FAIL!. Took out Lynn -FAIL!- then let Wong run for Craig in which he got caught off 1st for the out/loss WHEN BELTRAN WAS AT THE MOTHER EFFING PLATE!!!!..... -FAIL!!!!-
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Lynn has been less than stellar before last nights rotation so I really can't blame him for pulling Lynn; it just didn't work out. Your "double play specialist" shouldn't be hanging pitches allowing a homerun.

Wong, should be sent packong for his foolish lead when we were down to our last out and down by two.
Link Posted: 10/28/2013 5:28:28 AM EST
People still watch baseball!?
Link Posted: 10/28/2013 5:45:32 AM EST
It's ok, there are still 3 games left. This is gonna go to game 7. Waino & Wacha tonight
Link Posted: 10/28/2013 11:24:54 AM EST
That was awful last night when something went Wong.
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Originally Posted By WG_dog:
That was awful last night when something went Wong.
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HaHa!
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