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Old 05-15-2016, 10:07 PM
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That is so great to see. Jose deserves that 100% for all the dirty stuff he does.
I think you need to watch the man play. I've seen more than a few games and he doesn't play dirty. That slide today was harder than it might have been if he wasn't just hit it the ribs with a 96 MPH 4-seamer but it wasn't dirty.
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Go Rougned!! Made many of us down here in Texas smile today. Good job.
He connected allright! Jose commented on that in is post game interview! It was a sucker punch in my opinion.
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Everything is bigger in Texas, including the sour grapes. It boils down to their feelings getting hurt because a dude jacked an iconic home run of them. Deal with it.

I've got no problem with that slide either. Especially after Bautista got a high fastball into the ribs. Then the whining Rangers get all offended when a rotund Fielder takes a ball to his thigh. Gibbons diagnosed the situation perfectly. Gutless.

Dodger fan here. No dog in this fight. But I sure like the painting even more now.
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Old 05-15-2016, 10:14 PM
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Chris and Graig,

Thank you for including us on the 'journey!' I love seeing Graig's work from beginning to finish.

Oh, since I did contribute $40 do you think one of the fans in the back could have a Red Sox hat on?
Andrew, I really appreciate the support Sir, but I don't think I can do it. Red Sox and Yankee hats make me queasy . Can't wait to finally get to Fenway though. Been on my bucket list for ever!
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He connected allright! Jose commented on that in is post game interview! It was a sucker punch in my opinion.
Congrats on winning the contest, can't wait to see your painting in the end.

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Congrats on winning the contest, can't wait to see your painting in the end.

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Everything is bigger in Texas, including the sour grapes. It boils down to their feelings getting hurt because a dude jacked an iconic home run of them. Deal with it.

I've got no problem with that slide either. Especially after Bautista got a high fastball into the ribs. Then the whining Rangers get all offended when a rotund Fielder takes a ball to his thigh. Gibbons diagnosed the situation perfectly. Gutless.

Dodger fan here. No dog in this fight. But I sure like the painting even more now.
pretty much this. if you had this big a hard-on the whole offseason hit him the first chance you see him. don't wait until the last ab of the season and have a 30 yr alcoholic who wasn't even on the team last year do the dirty work for you.
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Guys, let's return this thread to its original purpose as it has veered way off track. I have deleted my intended humorous post about the Rangers/Jays game yesterday and would request everyone else to do the same for theirs. After all, the painting and its development is a much more interesting topic than the merits of a baseball feud.

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I agree Jim. However, in some ways, what happened yesterday does make the subject of the painting even that much more interesting. I mean, what happens if these two teams meet again in the post season?

Also, I wanted a reason to post this in all its gloriousness.




Now. Back to the painting.


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For as hard as Odor hit him, to Bautista's credit, he didn't go down. And that punch landed as squarely as possible....
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