LOL. Pie slipped on a banana peel in center on a bullet from the tomato.
So, Chin-Lung Hu comes in to run for Saenz.
Yes, that's right. Hu's on second.
Someone call these guys to let them know.
Last edited by FBJ; September 5th, 2007 at 08:21 PM.
Anything worth shooting is worth shooting twice. Bullets are cheap. Life is priceless.
well, there goes this game. Lowe tomorrow so it doesnt look like the doyers will score enough runs then either.
It's a race for the playoffs, you do need a few guys that know the ropes, you can't expect rookies and untested guys to constantly come through in pressure situations. Everyone wants to see the young guys do well, but there's a time and place for that to happen and a time and place where you need veterans. We have both and anyone who can possibly help us now appears to be on the roster, so get over it.
I can't expect inexperienced guys who have played well to come through but I should expect vets who (sans Kent) have had disappointing season to all start hitting in pressure sitautions? The time and place for the young guys to play was the start of the season. The Dodgers are feeling pressure now because they stuck with the vets too long. You can have Pierre and the boys, I'll take the guys with more talent.
Furthermore, your childish insults and use of names like "Nomore" and "Nomas" indicates that you have an ax to grind and you aren't thinking objectively or clearly. There are some people who have delusions of grandeur about young players simply because they haven't had the chance to **** up yet, you seem to be one of them. Whatever.
No ax to grind. Nomore should be a pretty self explanatory nickname. Nomas would be the Spanish version of it. You can figure out the Italian translation.Furthermore, your childish insults and use of names like "Nomore" and "Nomas" indicates that you have an ax to grind and you aren't thinking objectively or clearly.
Delusions of grandeur? Dude, they have carried this team all year. I know you love Pierre, Gonzo, and Nomar but they aren't very good. I would rather have young guys who have produced play and **** up then let vets play who have ****ed up all year. I understand you think it's important to have experienced players on a team for a playoff push. I agree with that. The difference is I don't want those veterans who aren't producing to play ahead of younger players who are. In other words, don't start a guy just because he has 10 or 15 years of MLB experience.There are some people who have delusions of grandeur about young players simply because they haven't had the chance to **** up yet, you seem to be one of them.