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I actually think the Royals are going to be good this year
im sorry i was confusing...your "Superbowl" was the Redskins losing since you know that the Ravens cant win it all.
Look at FTNs post. Look at yours in response. Tell me who was making a mountain out of a mole hill. You took an innocuous post and broke it down by bullet point saying why he was wrong. Stop doing shit like that and you will stop catching crap for it.
Im done though. All apologies to the rest of this thread. Baseball is in two days, lets talk about that
Obviously. They have HOF Jeremy Guthrie
Royals are making the playoffs.
Pic Sigs are for losers.
I realize this is like debating a baboon so I'm really just posting this for everyone else in the thread rather than trying to talk logic into rnt, so...
Someone posts something that rnt thinks isn't worthy of being called out, so rnts first reaction is to call out that call out? Wtf, logic fail
Also, lol at "turning a mountain into a mole hill". Cliche fail.
Pearce makes it over Jackson.
In 1999 the O's had 7 of the first 50 picks in the draft. Brian Roberts was one of those 7...Scott Rice was another:
Dan Connolly @danconnollysun 1h
Cool story out of #Mets camp: LHP Scott Rice, 31, has made Mets' roster. #Orioles took Rice w 44th overall pick in 1999. Hadnt made the bigs
No, you had no point as usual. Just wanted to spread your asshole misery around. Seek help.
I got the shotgun. You got the briefcase. It's all in the game though, right?
This surprises me, I figured Jacksons ceiling was higher. Maybe they want to give him consistent AB's in Norfolk
great time at the game. wieters gave two kids next to me baseball bats. I was front row, chatted up buck, gonzo and matusz.
With today's crowd of 7,642 for their Grapefruit League finale against the New York Mets at Ed Smith Stadium, the Orioles set a franchise record by drawing 120,455 fans for their 17 home games. The figure also represents a new spring training season attendance record for Sarasota, a community which has held spring training since 1924.
The previous record for both the Orioles and Sarasota, set in 2011, was 115,506 in 16 home dates.
On March 14, the Orioles drew an Ed Smith Stadium record 8,797 fans for a game against the Tampa Bay Rays, one of nine sellouts this spring.
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