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Re: Next up.........NLCS

Post by Straight Shooter » Thu Oct 29, 2009 8:21 am

Lee was as dialed in as a pitcher can get last night. Awesome performance.. Can the rest of the staff hold up their end???
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And Game 3 :broccoli: Go Phillies

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Post by lefty » Mon Nov 02, 2009 10:37 pm

Lee and Utley co-MVPs regardless of which team wins it. You heard it here first.

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Post by Sea Bass » Mon Nov 02, 2009 11:03 pm

lefty wrote:Lee and Utley co-MVPs regardless of which team wins it. You heard it here first.
LEFTY, you are the kiss-of-death. :handoverhead:

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Post by Sea Bass » Mon Nov 02, 2009 11:52 pm

Can we hang out together both Wednesday and Thursday night?

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Post by Straight Shooter » Tue Nov 03, 2009 9:15 am

lefty wrote:Lee and Utley co-MVPs regardless of which team wins it. You heard it here first.
Only if the Phillies are lucky enough to win it in 7.
Don't see that happening after Wednesday night back in the Bronx.
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Post by lefty » Tue Nov 03, 2009 9:34 am

Straight Shooter wrote:
lefty wrote:Lee and Utley co-MVPs regardless of which team wins it. You heard it here first.
Only if the Phillies are lucky enough to win it in 7.
Don't see that happening after Wednesday night back in the Bronx.
I know you're more than likely correct on that, but I just don't see who on the Yankees has to this point been even close to putting up a performance comparable to either of them. If Utley hits another dinger in game 6, even in a loss, he really has to garner some strong consideration for it.

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Post by Straight Shooter » Tue Nov 03, 2009 9:40 am

lefty wrote:
Straight Shooter wrote:
lefty wrote:Lee and Utley co-MVPs regardless of which team wins it. You heard it here first.
Only if the Phillies are lucky enough to win it in 7.
Don't see that happening after Wednesday night back in the Bronx.
I know you're more than likely correct on that, but I just don't see who on the Yankees has to this point been even close to putting up a performance comparable to either of them. If Utley hits another dinger in game 6, even in a loss, he really has to garner some strong consideration for it.
This is true, but Jeter has close to a .500 avg in the series. If Pettite wins on Wednesday I think they would share it.
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Re: Next up.........NLCS

Post by jerseysprintnut » Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:44 pm

Yes, Drak you know I'll be wearing that ole crappy NY hat if they win!!!LOL :jiggy:

Also, How bout a Dev./FLY-BOYS game on a Monday in Feb.??? :cheers2:

Let me know as I'll stay overnight in Philly or go to A City?

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Re: Next up.........NLCS

Post by DrakPak » Wed Nov 04, 2009 5:56 am

Flyers game could be doable.............you have tix?? PM me brother.

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Re: Next up.........NLCS

Post by Sea Bass » Wed Nov 04, 2009 9:47 am

lefty wrote:Lee and Utley co-MVPs regardless of which team wins it. You heard it here first.

but I just don't see who on the Yankees has to this point been even close to putting up a performance comparable to either of them.

:idea: In my mind, Damon is without a doubt "killing" the Phils chances to repeat. :ahhh:

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Post by lefty » Wed Nov 04, 2009 10:21 am

Sea Bass wrote:
lefty wrote:Lee and Utley co-MVPs regardless of which team wins it. You heard it here first.

but I just don't see who on the Yankees has to this point been even close to putting up a performance comparable to either of them.

:idea: In my mind, Damon is without a doubt "killing" the Phils chances to repeat. :ahhh:
No doubt. After a slow start, he has been tearing up the Phils, and in clutch spots too. I think he's hitting around .650 since the Phillies took a 3-0 lead in game 3.

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