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post #711 of 3692 (permalink) Old 06-09-2012, 01:27 AM
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Great performance by Cj Wilson today, love watching him pitch. Oh and Hamilton is BOSS.


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post #712 of 3692 (permalink) Old 06-09-2012, 01:35 AM
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That was the Rangers first win ever in that stadium. Last time they had beaten SF in SF was at Candlestick Park way back in 98. Harrison went all the way too. Solid win for Texas. Hope they can keep it rolling.

D-Backs with the 3 run walk off homer to beat the A's. I called it too after Fuentes walked Chris Young. I smelled a closer meltdown on the way.
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Interesting debate: Trout or Harper?



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I've seen more of Trout for starters.

What I've seen though is sheer greatness. Speed, pop, defense, clutch hitting. Other than maybe McCutchen, he's the fastest guy I've seen this year. Or at least it looks that way. Trout has totally hit the ground running. I said he'd be the best CF by the end of this year fielding wise and while it was kinda shock value, I also kinda believe it.
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post #715 of 3692 (permalink) Old 06-09-2012, 02:35 AM
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I think harper has more power and trout has dat speed, both are amazing talents. I'm hoping to watch more of harper this summer(gotta get the mlb package)


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Speaking of Harper's power, I just read that he homered at Fenway. What is incredible here is that only three other 19 year olds have done this. They are Robin Yount, Al Kaline, and Mickey Mantle. That's some decent company.
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Marlins slacking.

Bullpen fucking blows.

Never thought I'd say it but can't wait until "Nunez" is back.

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post #718 of 3692 (permalink) Old 06-09-2012, 04:43 AM
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Speaking of Harper's power, I just read that he homered at Fenway. What is incredible here is that only three other 19 year olds have done this. They are Robin Yount, Al Kaline, and Mickey Mantle. That's some decent company.
What significance does him being nineteen have? It's not difficult for a major league hitter to hit a ball out there. Age based statistics always make me snicker

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Harper is a much better hitter with more pop. Trout has more range in CF. I'd want Bryce going forward because of his run producing capabilities, but both can be cornerstones for their franchises moving forward.


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post #720 of 3692 (permalink) Old 06-09-2012, 10:51 AM
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Gordon was safe tho. Just like Beltran's ball was fair.
It was really close. When I saw it live I thought Gordon was safe but on the replay I wasn't sure, it looked like they got the out.

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