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    Quote Originally Posted by jendf View Post
    I'm heading out to Salt River Fields tomorrow for the D-back Spring Training home opener. So stoked! Beer, brats, and baseball--does life get any better? I don't believe so. :D
    yes, Feb 6, 2011, MUCH better day :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    Let's let them all win 20 games in 1 season before we anoint them. Of course, pitching won't count for a hill of beans if we can't score runs, can't hit with RISP(runners in scoring position), or have a $125 million 1st baseman looking for a walk with 2 strikes and a World Series spot on the line.
    I'm glad you're not bitter or anything. :D
    I long for the days when our President actually liked our country.
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    Enjoying the Phils/Yanks opening spring training game.
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    My friend and I got upgraded from lawn seats to row 6 behind home plate! I've never been so close to the players before. It's always lawn or nose bleed seats for this girl. It was AWESOME!

    Sorry for the crappy cellphone pic. I would have brought my digital camera had I known.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jendf View Post
    My friend and I got upgraded from lawn seats to row 6 behind home plate!
    I see that new mattress is already paying dividends. :eek: :D

    Good seats though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JB View Post
    I see that new mattress is already paying dividends. :eek: :D

    Good seats though.
    BURN :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by JB View Post
    I see that new mattress is already paying dividends. :eek: :D

    Good seats though.
    Good luck in Fantasy Baseball, jackass. You're gonna need it. :D
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    Roy Oswalt hit by liner, leaves game

    Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Roy Oswalt has been hit behind the right ear by a line drive off the bat of Manny Ramirez and has been taken for X-rays.

    The Phillies say Oswalt had a neck bruise but did not lose consciousness. The team says he was not dizzy before leaving Wednesday's game against the Tampa Bay Rays.

    Oswalt fell to the ground and remained there until a trainer reached the mound to examine him. The right-hander stood up and after a brief discussion walked to the visiting clubhouse on his own.

    Evan Longoria homered leading off the fourth against Oswalt. Ramirez, who had a RBI double in the first, was the next batter.

    Oswalt, making his fourth spring training appearance, struck out four while allowing three runs and four hits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Constitutionally Speaking View Post
    I'm glad you're not bitter or anything. :D
    Well, I'm going to ride Ryan Howard all season until he redeems himself. Striking out looking for the final out of the LCS was both lame and weak.
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