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 Post subject: Re: July 22. 2009 Brewers (48-46) at Pirates (41-52)
PostPosted: Wed Jul 22, 2009 5:10 pm 
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I am going to try and make it to all 4. They are notoriously crappy here in Phoenix. I am looking forward to seeing Morton in particular tomorrow night.


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 Post subject: Re: July 22. 2009 Brewers (48-46) at Pirates (41-52)
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Az Bucco fan wrote:
I am looking forward to seeing Morton in particular tomorrow night.


I love watching him pitch. I think he could be something special, soon.

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 Post subject: Re: July 22. 2009 Brewers (48-46) at Pirates (41-52)
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That's awesome for Moss. I really hope this is the start of a turnaround for him.


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 Post subject: Re: July 22. 2009 Brewers (48-46) at Pirates (41-52)
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Az Bucco fan wrote:
I am going to try and make it to all 4.

You get to see Morton, Duke and Ohlendorf in the first 3. Those guys are pretty darn good.

And P.S. - Maholm is going to straighten out in the second half.


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 Post subject: Re: July 22. 2009 Brewers (48-46) at Pirates (41-52)
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Just realized that with the LaRoche trade, Garrett Jones -- in only 17 games -- takes over as the team leader in home runs. And Andy LaRoche becomes the new leader in RBI.

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 Post subject: Re: July 22. 2009 Brewers (48-46) at Pirates (41-52)
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I dont know if this was already posted on here or not. If it was, I'm sorry for the repeat post.

But I was just watching the Moss walk-off HR, did anyone else notice that Young and Vazquez had their shirts untucked?

Just an observation.


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 Post subject: Re: July 22. 2009 Brewers (48-46) at Pirates (41-52)
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cappscrew138 wrote:
I dont know if this was already posted on here or not. If it was, I'm sorry for the repeat post.

But I was just watching the Moss walk-off HR, did anyone else notice that Young and Vazquez had their shirts untucked?

Just an observation.


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Didn't notice that. Just rewatched. Laughed my backside off. I sure hope that was done to mock the Brewers.

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 Post subject: Re: July 22. 2009 Brewers (48-46) at Pirates (41-52)
PostPosted: Wed Jul 22, 2009 9:29 pm 
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Colin21 wrote:
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5 ... 5 ... 5 home runs by the Pirates today?

Okay stat people, I'd love to know when the last time that happened was.


Someone will know. They actually said it during the broadcast.


I think 2003, but i can't remember the game.


Good memory, Colin. On Aug. 20, 2003, the Pirates hit seven (7) at St. Louis, four of them in one inning. Reggie Sanders and Rob Mackowiak each had two, and Brian Giles, pitcher Jeff D'Amico, and -- uh -- Jason Kendall each hit one. What may stick out in your memory is that both of Sanders' HR came in the same inning and the second was a grand slam.

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 Post subject: Re: July 22. 2009 Brewers (48-46) at Pirates (41-52)
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Watched highlights on the Pirates official site, and yes, indeed - Young and Vazquez have their jerseys untucked.

Of course the Brewers will take offense. Braun yaps at a pitcher after getting hit? No problem. Braun admires his HR? No problem. Brewers pitching intentionally drills a Pirate? Not only no problem, great job! Brewers untuck jerseys, put on a big show after winning a game? No problem.

Now, if another team does this ... Image Image


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 Post subject: Re: July 22. 2009 Brewers (48-46) at Pirates (41-52)
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!@#$ the Brewers. Good for Young and Vasquez. Brewers are a classless lot.


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 Post subject: Re: July 22. 2009 Brewers (48-46) at Pirates (41-52)
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i just got home from a night of work.. left with 7-7 and what a nice coming home to see this..

WOW Moss... must be a boost for him, i still want to see more of him, but YESSSSS!!! what a way vs....


LIKE I SAID MILSUCKEE BREWLESS

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 Post subject: Re: July 22. 2009 Brewers (48-46) at Pirates (41-52)
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Too bad, I used to really like the Brewers. I hope Pirates players have class next season and beyond when they become winners. None of this un-tucking the jersey or classless actions. Apparently Fielder forgot that he plays for the Brewers.

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 Post subject: Re: July 22. 2009 Brewers (48-46) at Pirates (41-52)
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IA Pirate wrote:
Too bad, I used to really like the Brewers. I hope Pirates players have class next season and beyond when they become winners. None of this un-tucking the jersey or classless actions. Apparently Fielder forgot that he plays for the Brewers.


Thats weird that you mention that. When i was younger the Brewers were my 2nd favorite team. Back when they had the Gloves on their blue hats(early 90's). I can't stand them anymore.


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 Post subject: Re: July 22. 2009 Brewers (48-46) at Pirates (41-52)
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Colin21 wrote:
Thats weird that you mention that. When i was younger the Brewers were my 2nd favorite team. Back when they had the Gloves on their blue hats(early 90's). I can't stand them anymore.


Same here. Yount, Molitor, Cooper...those were some fun teams and great uniforms.

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 Post subject: Re: July 22. 2009 Brewers (48-46) at Pirates (41-52)
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I liked them more when they were in the American League.


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 Post subject: Re: July 22. 2009 Brewers (48-46) at Pirates (41-52)
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I liked Molitor and Yount but that was a long time ago and this team is bunch of....well let's just leave it at that. It's a family board. :)

You would think from their fans that they were the Yankees.

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