October 31st, 2010, 03:39 PM #391
that's a lot of excuses for a team choking... deal with it
October 31st, 2010, 06:06 PM #392
I couldn't hear you through all the gagging from down south.
You may want to have that checked out, it seems to be chronic.
October 31st, 2010, 11:09 PM #393
SDeezy chocked. Plain and simple. The real test will be this coming season. Seeing how their young guns fell off a cliff, there should be some hangover. If Bud Black can keep them in the hunt, then he really is doing an incredible job. I expect them to come back down to earth big timenext season. Sadly this means being better than Los Doyers.
November 3rd, 2010, 03:43 PM #394
Here we go again with the payroll ****. So just because the Padres having a low payroll means it's okay for them to choke? As for the Dodgers having a higher payroll, $93 million ain't **** compared to the payrolls of the Yankees, Mets, Red Sox, Phillies, and Cubs. What a pathetic excuse you're making. "Ooooo look at our payroll! It's so low that choking the division away should be considered a success! Do we get a trophy?"
Originally Posted by JackBarlow
That 10-game losing streak proved to be a fluky 2010 season your team was having.
Kyle Blanks? Is he gonna be the first Padre homegrown offensive all star since Tony Gwynn? We all know how ****ty the PAdre farm system has been when it comes to producing hitters.
Don't be so ****ing stupid. Again, the $93 million payroll is not considered high anymore in this era and it will only get lower next year. Don't blame the Dodgers that your team has always been a cheapass. Juan Pierre is now with the White Sox. Jason Schmidt was off the books after 2009. So get your facts straight.
As for an NHL team in San Diego, I wish there was one before you became a Kings fan so that you wouldn't have existed on LGK.
Last edited by UnderPressure; November 3rd, 2010 at 03:47 PM.
November 5th, 2010, 12:16 PM #395
Originally Posted by UnderPressure
According to this Shmidt was owed 2.5 mil in 2010 and Pierre 7 mil. Get YOUR facts straight buddy boy.
And I started going to Kings games in 1990 when I was being raised in Orange County, well before there was a team called the 'Ducks' moved to San Diego in the late 90's. HOw long have you been going to games for? Hell I even used to go see Fernando and Jerry Reuss pitch at Chavez Ravine when my firends dad had season seats. But I got out of baseball because of the cancellation of the World Series and was reintroduced when I moved to San Diego, the greatest city in the U.S. so naturally I became a Padre fan. Have fun choking on the smog in L.A.
November 5th, 2010, 01:11 PM #396
Originally Posted by JackBarlow
That was for last year. So get something that is actually updated, Whale's Vagina boy.
You got out of baseball because of the cancellation of the World Series? I wish you would've done the same thing with hockey when the 04-05 season was canceled and started rooting for the Avs. How ****ing sad is it that Anaheim of all places has an NHL team while the second largest city in California doesn't? So much for the "greatest city in the USA," eh?
I think even you are smart enough to know that Dodger fans are not in denial that this abortion of an ownership is gonna deal with this mes for more years to come.
Remember Padre fan, ALWAYS remember: You are a Padre fan who also roots for a team that is from L.A. You have no room to talk **** about L.A.
BEAT LA! BEAT LA!
...and Go Kings!
- Padres/Kings fans
Last edited by UnderPressure; November 5th, 2010 at 02:12 PM.
December 4th, 2010, 11:51 AM #397
Care to make any early prechoketions for 2011, Jack???
December 5th, 2010, 08:58 AM #398
yeah, ere goingto do better then the Dodgers, with or without AGone and his bad shoulder.
December 6th, 2010, 03:28 PM #399
Sooner or later, you'll come to realize the Padres are in full Swap Meet mode for the upcoming season and will be battling Arizona for the West's cellar dweller.
December 23rd, 2010, 01:31 AM #400
Despite some pretty good pitching, the Padres will be lucky to finish ahead of anybody in the NL West. Gonzalez was their only strong hitter and he's in Boston now and hasn't been replaced. And no way La Roche or Lee go to SD as they wont get paid there. So Troy Glaus now? Wow, what a downgrade.
Padres just wont score enough, so their pitching better be awesome if they want to win, and I just don't see it happening. Hoyer is an outstanding young GM, but his hands are really tied, so they better develop their hitters in a hurry as no decent FA is going to come to SD.