I can't blame Tito. He can only go buy what Bauer and the doctors tell him. I don't think stitches were the right approach from the start.
Cubs because Kershaw. The Indians have struggled at times against left handed pitching. The Cubs rotation is good, but doesn't scare me.
The only downside to that is game 3 being in the National League park. I'd rather him pitch game 2 so he doesn't have to swing a bat.
Completely irrelevant. Nothing in that post was worthy of a downvote. I could, however, downvote anyone who called him a "troll" or any other thing that's apparently acceptable as long as it falls in line with the opinion of the hive.
Completely undeserved downvoting. Another sign of how this community has suffered by growing so much, so fast.
I don't think the refs determined the outcome at all. That's all I'm really looking for.
Make them beat you inside. You'll always have more backend help there.
Such a dramatic shift in tonight's game plan. Why exaggerate stopping the inside run against a team that's been mediocre running the ball? Guys are lost in assignments. Offensive play calling is extremely feast or famine. They need to get back to the strengths. Inside runs and intermediate routes.
Another thing Franconia doesn't get enough credit for is not losing hope on players who might be slow to develop. A lot of folks were ready to write off Ramirez, Shaw, and Chisenhall. By showing faith in those guys, they were allowed the opportunity to develop into what they are.
We've seen players who actually assaulted women get jobs in the league. I don't know why the same can't apply to a guy who's one degree separated from the assault. In a country of second chances, murderers can do jail time and return to society. A coach who wasn't charged with any crimes should be allowed to work. He lost a great job. It's not like he was spared of any consequences.
I can't wait to hear about "free speech" when someone gets reprimanded for a social media issue.
It's sports talk, not press or analysis. They just report on the stories. They never pretend to be in the news business.
Polls are late because South Carolina had to move their game to Sunday because of the hurricane.
The last line of the post is "some bust" and the first ad below the post is a scantily clad Marilyn Monroe. Truth in advertising.
I love Lonnie getting the start against a lefty. I love him proving his worth even more. This guy should be your every day right fielder. The platooning only hurts his approach at the plate. I'm also a Lonnie Chisenhall apologist, so I understand if my bias is showing.
Posers or not, Hamels would shut down Cleveland twice.
Cleveland over the Nats to win it all.
This hinges on Toronto beating Texas. I don't think the Tribe can take down the Rangers.
I can't stand to watch NFL teams fail to run the ball. It baffles me. It seems most teams are only interested in running for the sake of changing the look. If someone brought in a zone blocking, power spread, they could run at will. With the way the field is spread, it would be incredibly easy to dominate in the run game. Instead I watch every team run a variant of the same offense. I just can't stand to watch stupid.
Probably very lucky to have his wounds where he did. That 3 mile hike would be damn near impossible with your ACL hanging out.
The BCS was even more than 1/3 computer when it first started.
The biggest shame is that Jason Day doesn't get to play in these.
Alabama has a history of QB changes recently. His point might be that he should've stuck it out this year, and transferred before next season.
Unless you already know that he can barely walk.
Same thing for automotive technicians. Quite the reversal in the last 5 years. The good ones are calling it quits, and the potential replacements left entry level work for better entry level pay elsewhere.
We're already negative spots, so I would say any of the most recent 5 commitments took his spot.