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Old 10-14-2017, 09:55 PM
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Hey Frank, only twice has the World Series winner used a batting order that featured the shortstop and second baseman batting in the 3 and 4 spots. One was the 1906 White Sox (G. Davis and Isbell). Can you name the other team to bat their SS and 2B third and fourth?
1948 Indians.
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1948 Indians.
Correct, Lou Boudreau and Joe Gordon.
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And the yankees come back and tie the game!!!!!!!!!!
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AAAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand the Yankees take the lead!!!!!!!


Woooooooooo Hooooooooooooo!
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Have hated the Yankees (in a good way) since growing up a diehard National League fan in the late 50's. Can vividly remember walking home from the local elementary school with my friend and listening to Mazeroski's home run put a huge smile on my face and simultaneously bring tears to his eyes. Getting the feeling that this might be one of those years when I'm just gonna have to grin and bear it so to speak. They still have to find a way to beat one of the two Astro big guys however, so we shalll see.
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Have hated the Yankees (in a good way) since growing up a diehard National League fan in the late 50's. Can vividly remember walking home from the local elementary school with my friend and listening to Mazeroski's home run put a huge smile on my face and simultaneously bring tears to his eyes. Getting the feeling that this might be one of those years when I'm just gonna have to grin and bear it so to speak. They still have to find a way to beat one of the two Astro big guys however, so we shalll see.
If the Yankees were playing ISIS I would pull for ISIS. If I could hate them more, I would, but I think it is impossible.
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another RBI for Judge thus far in game 5 and again ZERO left on base..

starting to look like a Dodgers v. Yankees series...



Edited to add... game over....add another walk for Judge as well. also ZERO left on base yet again for him. Thus the K's all with nobody on base.

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What is the significance of the year 2124?


Right. That will be the NEXT time the Cubs have to wait 108 years...
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