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Mudcutter

99-72 AL DOMINATES NL

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The AL is once again showing it's not the "junior circuit",,, the AL simply has better baseball than what the hapless NL brings to the plate. Simple as 99-72. Look at the last few years of Interleague play-- just about the same winning %.

A guy can argue DH, but I don't buy it, for it forces AL teams to have better pitching and it really shows in head-to -head action in NL parks. also see All_star games.

The AL seems to have much better closers--- Rivera,K-ROD,Paplebon,Nathan,JEnks,Street,Percival-- I really think thats as big a differnce as any.

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Take the whitesox out of the AL this year and we REALLY dominate the NL.

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Once again--- the AL dominates in last nights games. 10-4.

Tally is now up to 109-76. This is like a team winning 96 games in the reg season. Nice to see Reyes for the Twins get the win on throwing ONE pitch!!!!!

Once again-- closer and long relief ruin it for the Nl. Hoffman for SD,, Arizona giving up 4 runs to the red sox in the 8th and on and on and on.... NL may have the starters, but they really lack in the late innings.

And this wk-end--- even being a HARDCORE Twins fan,,, GO WHite Sox agst the cubs. That town needs a dose of reality,, the best team in town plays on the south side, and has for over 100 years.

ABTC-- Anybody But The Cubs.

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Whoaa check yourself Mudcutter my banged up Cards took care of Detroit after taking 2 of 3 from the Red Sox. Pujols is back today I hope. Kyle Lohse nickname is HUGE... No starter in the NL is hotter than Lohse, who is 6-0 with a 2.09 ERA over his past seven starts. Who da thunk it...

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Sled, you are perceptive beyond your years.

Mud, the one thing that will get you nowhere with me is immitating Windy.

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well,, Dumptroit got the best of the Cards on Wed night. Kyle Lohse proves once again he can't get it done in the MAJOR league-- the AL. That's why the Twins got rid of him--- he seems to do allright facing the pitcher every 9thAB, however.

And for this Wk-end,,, Go white sox over the only team in major league history to lose 3 consecutive games (and elimanated) in the playoffs in their last 4 playoff adventures--- 1984-1998-2003-2007 That's 4 MAJOR choke jobs,,, and another is on the way--- you can put that on the board.

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Gosh dang it I jinxed Kyle... Didn't matter the rest of the pen stunk it up as well. Cubs continue to impress with a hot Jim Edmonds, nice bargain pick-up there Geno.

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Go Mud Go

Go Mud Go

Hey Chicago What Do you Say

Mud is going to lead the way!!!

Mud,

That is a little inside humor that Geno will appreciate. It is a take off on a Cubs song.

Got to love Mud's wisdom.

Windy

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