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Discussion in 'Red Sox Fan Forum' started by sb1, Oct 1, 2019.

  1. sb1

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    Yankee fans chanted F Altuve in game 5.
    Probably still feel that way. :)
     
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    Altuve returned the favor and gave them some anal.
     
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  3. TommyBrady12

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    It was a… strange reaction to giving up the season-ending home run.
     
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  5. TommyBrady12

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    His reaction looks as if he did it deliberately just to screw the Yankees. I mean why else would he throw slider after slider after slider when his bread and butter is his 100 MPH fast ball?
     
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    I think he was probably upset, just looked weird seeing the smile. I think he was having trouble locating the fastball right? Isn’t that what he was throwing when he walked the guy before Altuve?
     
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    Answer: they're one and the same.

    Happy Day-After Yankees Elimination Day!
     
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    This is one reason why YED is a day to celebrate!
     
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  9. TommyBrady12

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    You'll never see that at Nats Park...
     
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    He has been forced to rely on the slider as a second pitch for quite sometime now, especially after having problems with his control by walking the previous batter.

    When attempting to assess Chapman as a closer, one must take into account the effectiveness of the slider. It’s almost as much of a bread and butter pitch as the fastball, these days.

    I agree with both of your statements.
     
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    chris_in_sunnyvale In the Starting Line-Up Weekly Picks Winner

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    You don't see that in Oakland when the Patriots come to town. That's bull****.

    Regards,
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    How many runs get scored tonight?
    Who wins?
    Guess I want the Nats ... but can't say I really care.
    Just that it would be a nice story ... play ball.
     
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    Juan Soto is turning into a great story. Kid is not bad.
    From
    Inside the Soto-Cole showdowns that changed the World Series
     
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    bormio In the Starting Line-Up

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    Houston doing a face plant. Verlander looking at 0-5 in the World Series. Life is good. Not 2018 good, but still good.
     
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    Nats are going to sweep the Astros lol. Astros can't cheat against Washington since they are not rivals and don't have much Intel on them.
     
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    Bella*chick Addicted to the light

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    Far better to be the hot team than the team that looks great on paper. I thought the Astros were “heavily favored”.
     
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    Every analyst I've heard has been saying how lights out Verlander and Cole are and that they are the greatest pitchers of their generation. Verlander is now 0-6 in WS starts. Cole is 0-1. They act as if these guys are Randy Johnson, who is the greatest starter that I've ever seen.
    Not even close.
     
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    That didn't age well
     
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    Nats are in a tough spot right now even though it's 2-2. If they don't win game 5 with Scherzer on the mound, then the series is likely lost. I do believe they can win a Game 6 with Strasburg vs. Verlander but a Game 7 will be tough.
     
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