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    baseball... again

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    Anyone (that cares) wants to predict the division at the end of the season? Personally, I'm an M's fan, but it's hard to be optimistic

    ...and, shut up, Ken!
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    hey....look at that...another nonsensical post about a sport that I despise watching....

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    Im not a huge fan of baseball, but those standings are incredible, makes you think, maybe they should chagne the format of the playoffs, to get some more teams in. After looking at the AL West, take a look at AL Central, or the NL East, teams are way back.

    Well those great teams, can have a season go to waste, if the players strike.

    As one fan had on a sign "If you strike, you suck". I couldnt agree more.
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    Looks like ol A-rod isn't enough (even though he has a chance to win the AL MVP) and Seattle isn't missing him tooooo much.


    GOOOOOOOO CUBS!!!!!

    EDIT ____ Oops I forgot to say I like Seattle and wow I just saw my building on the Bernie Mac show.
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    It's been calculated that A-rod is to lose 100K+ per game if the players strike. The overpaid athletes aren't very likely to do so...

    What about a fan strike? I know there's less then 0 chance of it getting organized, but it would be ni[ssss]e! It would be great to show them that if it's about the money, where the money's coming from.
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    What about a fan strike?
    That would never happen in Chicago.. Rain, Shine, First or last place Wrigley field is sold out (who cares about the Sox). Something needs to happen in Baseball though, the greats of yester-year are rolling in their graves right now.

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    Angels are playing with more desperation they might win it.
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