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  • GDT: Cards vs. Mets, 9/9, 7:10 CDT

    Marquis attempts to mow down Mets
    New York (70-70) at St. Louis (89-52), 7:10 p.m. CT

    The resurgent Jason Marquis will try to make it three straight wins -- and perhaps even three straight complete games -- when he squares off against the Mets at Busch Stadium on Friday night. Marquis has roared back from a lengthy slump, going the distance for victories in each of his last two starts, and allowing one run total between the two games.
    The sinkerballing right-hander will be facing a team against which he has already pitched well once this year. At Shea Stadium in May, Marquis allowed two runs, both on solo homers, and three hits over seven innings in a loss to Tom Glavine and the Mets. He was aggressive and efficient in that game, just as he has been in his last two wins.

    Marquis' opponent will be Korean right-hander Jae Seo, who has been on a roll himself lately. Seo has won six straight decisions, and the Mets have been victorious each of the last seven times he's taken the mound. He's been throwing strikes, issuing just six walks in his last six starts, and has allowed just two home runs in that span.

    The Cardinals will likely do without three regulars from their starting lineup. Mark Grudzielanek is out until at least Sunday with a back injury, Reggie Sanders remains on the disabled list with a broken leg and Larry Walker will likely be held out of the lineup rather than playing two games in a row, though Walker could play due to his strong numbers against Seo.

    Pitching matchup:
    NYM: RHP Jae Seo
    • 7-1, 1.79 ERA in 2005
    • 0-1, 7.20 ERA vs. STL in 2004

    STL: RHP Jason Marquis
    • 11-13, 4.25 ERA in 2005
    • 0-1, 2.57 ERA vs. NYM in 2005

    Player to watch
    Albert Pujols is heating up, with four home runs in his last four games. Seo isn't likely to cool him down -- in five at-bats against Seo, Pujols has two homers.

    Quotable
    "I've played through a lot of pain, broken bones and things like that. But this is something that's centered. When you mess with your core and your back, I don't know how effective I would be out there today or yesterday. The pain there just kind of shocks your whole body." -- Grudzielanek

    On the Internet
    MLB.TV
    Gameday Audio
    • Gameday
    • Official game notes

    On television
    • NYM: FSN New York
    • STL: FSN Midwest

    On radio
    • NYM: WFAN 660, WADO 1280 (Español)
    • STL: KMOX 1120

    Quick hits
    The Cardinals need to go 11-10 in their final 21 games in order to record their second straight 100-win season. ... Pujols' next home run will give him 40, which would make him the first player in franchise history to reach 40 in three straight seasons. ... The Cardinals have won their last nine home games against the Mets, dating back to Aug. 9, 2002. ... St. Louis has lost just two home series since mid-May, both of them against the Cubs. ... The Cardinals lead the league in runs scored and ERA. ... The Cardinals have turned the most double plays in baseball. ... St. Louis has allowed the fewest stolen bases in the Majors by 33 percent (26, next closest is 39) and is the only team that has thrown out more than half of would-be basestealers.

    On deck
    • Saturday: vs. Mets, 6:15 p.m. CT
    • Sunday: vs. Mets, 1:15 p.m. CT
    • Monday: vs. Pirates, 7:10 p.m. CT
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    "This is a heavyweight bout indeed."--John Rooney, Oct. 27, 2011

  • #2
    This Seo guy is good.

    But the Cards are better.

    Cards will win.

    Fuck the Patriots.
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    • #3
      RIP Chris Jones 1971-2009
      You'll never be forgotten.

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      • #4
        Free beer (and food) for me tonight at the ballgame.

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        • #5
          RIP Chris Jones 1971-2009
          You'll never be forgotten.

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          • #6
            I'm looking forward to this game.

            Facing the Metropolitans. Kah's at the helm of the GDT. The weekend's here!

            More importantly, I believe Marquis may have righted himself and is not only inspired, but eager to demonstrate he belongs on this staff, and is ready to make a significant contribution from this point forward.
            "Let me lay it right on the line. Bigotry and racism are among the deadliest social ills plaguing the world today. The only way to destroy them is to expose them. If man is ever to be worthy of his destiny, we must fill our hearts with tolerance.- Stan Lee (circa 1968)

            "Compete less with the person in front of you than the person inside of you." - Anonymous

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            • #7
              Originally posted by JWB@Sep 9 2005, 08:01 AM

              Since when did Piazza become lefthanded? The gay part I knew about.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by JWB@Sep 9 2005, 07:01 AM

                Thanks for the laugh.

                Elvis does raise an interesting point though.
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                • #9
                  "Switch-hitting" in every way.

                  Alicia Rickter won't be happy about this.
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                  "This is a heavyweight bout indeed."--John Rooney, Oct. 27, 2011

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                  • #10
                    The Cardinals lead the league in runs scored and ERA. ... The Cardinals have turned the most double plays in baseball. ... St. Louis has allowed the fewest stolen bases in the Majors by 33 percent (26, next closest is 39) and is the only team that has thrown out more than half of would-be basestealers.


                    Pretty sweet stats!! Only 26 steals on the Cards this year. Very nice.
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                    • #11
                      I loved last night's game - hope this one is as good.
                      If you believe in something sacrifice a hobo to it or don't bother.

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                      • #12
                        Code:
                        1) CARDINALS 5, METS 0
                        
                                1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9  R  H E
                                - - - - - - - - -  - -- -
                        Mets      0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  0  4 1
                        Cardinals   0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 X  5 10 0
                        
                        Cardinals: 89-52, .631, 1st place, 13 GA, 704 R, 540 RA, 6-4 last 10, streak: W1
                        Mets: 70-70, .500, 5th place, 11 GB, 629 R, 561 RA, 2-8 last 10, streak: L4
                        Season series: Cardinals, 3-1
                        
                        * Cardinals 1B Albert Pujols hit 2 HR (1 BB).
                        
                        YEAR AGE RCAA  OBA SLG  OPS  OWP  RC/G AVG  HR RBI  SB  G  TEAM
                        2003  23 101 .439 .667 1.106 .830 11.80 .359 43 124  5 157 Cardinals  
                        2004  24  75 .415 .657 1.072 .768  9.77 .331 46 123  5 154 Cardinals  
                        2005  25  74 .433 .635 1.068 .791 10.59 .338 39 106  14 140 Cardinals  
                        CAR    355 .417 .626 1.042 .768  9.69 .334 199 610  27 769 
                        LG AVG    0 .340 .432 .772 .500  5.15 .268 86 350  44 
                        POS AVG   66 .360 .470 .830 .569  6.03 .277 112 415  28 
                        
                        * Cardinals P Chris Carpenter (7 IP, 3 H, 0 R/ER, 1 BB, 7 SO) combined with Al Reyes, Julian Tavarez and Ray King for a shutout.
                        
                        YEAR AGE RSAA ERA   G GS  IP  SO  SO/9 BR/9  W  L  SV NW NL TEAM
                        2002 27  -7  5.28  13 13  73.1  45 5.52 14.73  4  5  0  4  5 Blue Jays  
                        2004 29  14  3.46  28 28 182  152 7.52 10.63 15  5  0 12  8 Cardinals  
                        2005 30  51  2.21  29 29 220  198 8.10 8.80 21  4  0 19  6 Cardinals  
                        CAREER  58  4.18 209 192 1272.2 962 6.80 12.59 85 59  0 80 64 
                        LG AVG   0  4.55     1272.2 910 6.44 13.14 71 72 
                        
                        Carpenter passed 50 RSAA and ranks 4th on the Cardinals single season list--
                        
                        RSAA             YEAR  RSAA  
                        1  Dizzy Dean        1934    66  
                        2  Bob Gibson        1968    56  
                        3  Mort Cooper       1942    53  
                        4  Chris Carpenter     2005    51  
                        5  Grover C Alexander    1927    50  
                        6  Jesse Haines       1927    49  
                        7  Bob Gibson        1969    46  
                        T8  Howie Pollet       1946    44  
                        T8  John Tudor        1985    44  
                        T10 Harry Brecheen      1948    43  
                        T10 Howie Pollet       1949    43  
                        
                        
                        
                        1) Yesterday's scores--
                        
                        AL
                        Indians 4, Tigers 2
                        Angels 3, Red Sox 0
                        Devil Rays 7, Yankees 4
                        Royals 4, White Sox 2
                        
                        NL
                        Pirates 8, Diamondbacks 7 (12)
                        Marlins 8, Nationals 4
                        Cardinals 5, Mets 0
                        Padres 3, Rockies 2 (10)
                        Cubs 5, Giants 3
                        
                        2) Standings--
                        
                        AL EAST   WON LOST  PCT  GB  
                        Red Sox    82  57  .590   -
                        Yankees    78  61  .561   4
                        Blue Jays   69  70  .496  13
                        Orioles    65  74  .468  17
                        d--Devil Rays 59  82  .418  24
                        
                        AL CENTRAL  WON LOST  PCT  GB  
                        White Sox   87  52  .626   -
                        Indians    79  61  .564   8.5
                        Twins     73  66  .525  14
                        Tigers    63  75  .457  23.5
                        e--Royals   45  93  .326  41.5
                        
                        AL WEST   WON LOST  PCT  GB  
                        Angels    78  61  .561   -
                        A's      77  62  .554   1
                        Rangers    69  71  .493   9.5
                        Mariners   60  79  .432  18
                        
                        NL EAST   WON LOST  PCT  GB  
                        Braves    81  59  .579   -
                        Marlins    75  65  .536   6
                        Phillies   73  67  .521   8
                        Nationals   72  69  .511   9.5
                        Mets     70  70  .500  11
                        
                        NL CENTRAL  WON LOST  PCT  GB  
                        Cardinals   89  52  .631   -
                        Astros    75  64  .540  13
                        Cubs     69  71  .493  19.5
                        Brewers    69  71  .493  19.5
                        d--Reds    64  75  .460  24
                        d--Pirates  56  83  .403  32
                        
                        NL WEST   WON LOST  PCT  GB  
                        Padres    70  69  .504   -
                        Dodgers    63  76  .453   7
                        Giants    63  76  .453   7
                        Diamondbacks 63  78  .447   8
                        Rockies    56  83  .403  14
                        
                        d--mathematically eliminated from winning the division title
                        e--mathematically eliminated from the postseason
                        
                        3) Wild card standings--
                        
                        AL      WON LOST  PCT  GB  
                        Indians    79  61  .564   -
                        Yankees    78  61  .561   .5
                        A's      77  62  .554   1.5
                        Twins     73  66  .525   5.5
                        
                        NL      WON LOST  PCT  GB  
                        Astros    75  64  .540   -
                        Marlins    75  65  .536   .5
                        Phillies   73  67  .521   2.5
                        Nationals   72  69  .511   4.0
                        Mets     70  70  .500   5.5
                        
                        4) Today's schedule--
                        
                        AL
                        Red Sox (David Wells, 4.24, 4 RSAA) at Yankees (Aaron Small, 2.42, 11 RSAA), 7:05
                        Twins (Johan Santana, 3.07, 31 RSAA) at Indians (Jake Westbrook, 4.64, -9 RSAA), 7:05
                        Royals (Zack Greinke, 6.22, -34 RSAA) at Tigers (Sean Douglass, 6.33, -15 RSAA), 7:05
                        Blue Jays (Josh Towers, 3.91, 9 RSAA) at Devil Rays (Seth McClung, 6.16, -20 RSAA), 7:15
                        Angels (Jarrod Washburn, 3.18, 18 RSAA) at White Sox (Mark Buehrle, 3.00, 35 RSAA), 8:05
                        A's (Barry Zito, 3.59, 19 RSAA) at Rangers (Juan Dominguez, 3.52, 5 RSAA), 8:05
                        Orioles (Erik Bedard, 3.76, 3 RSAA) at Mariners (Jamie Moyer, 4.27, 1 RSAA), 10:05
                        
                        NL
                        Braves (Horacio Ramirez, 4.45, 0 RSAA) at Nationals (Esteban Loaiza, 3.62, 6 RSAA), 7:05
                        Marlins (A.J. Burnett, 3.23, 13 RSAA) at Phillies (Cory Lidle, 4.75, -2 RSAA), 7:05
                        Pirates (Oliver Perez, 6.16, -17 RSAA) at Reds (Luke Hudson, 6.72, -17 RSAA), 7:10
                        Astros (Roger Clemens, 1.57, 56 RSAA) at Brewers (Doug Davis, 4.06, 1 RSAA), 8:05
                        Mets (Jae Seo, 1.79, 16 RSAA) at Cardinals (Jason Marquis, 4.25, 1 RSAA), 8:10
                        Diamondbacks (Shawn Estes, 4.56, -2 RSAA) at Rockies (Byung-Hyun Kim, 4.74, 3 RSAA), 8:35
                        Cubs (Jerome Williams, 4.77, -5 RSAA) at Giants (Matt Cain, 2.25, 3 RSAA), 10:15
                        Padres (Woody Williams, 4.85, -15 RSAA) at Dodgers (D.J. Houlton, 5.23, -15 RSAA), 10:40
                        
                        5) Magic numbers--
                        
                        AL East--Red Sox, 20
                        AL Central--White Sox, 15
                        AL West--Angels, 23
                        AL wild card--Indians, 23
                        
                        NL East--Braves, 17
                        NL Central--Cardinals, 10
                        NL West--Padres, 17
                        NL wild card--Astros, 23
                        
                        6) Race for the postseason seeds--
                        
                        AL--The White Sox lead the Red Sox by 5 games for the #1 seed. The Red Sox lead the Angels by 4 games for the #2 seed.
                        
                        NL--The Cardinals lead the Braves by 7 1/2 games for the #1 seed. The Braves lead the Padres by 10 1/2 games for the #2 seed.
                        
                        7) The Cubs tied the Brewers for 3rd place in the NL Central.
                        
                        8) The Dodgers tied the Giants for 2nd place in the NL West.
                        
                        9) Yesterday's HR--
                        
                        Albert Pujols--#38 & #39
                        Miguel Cabrera--#30
                        Jason Bay--#26
                        Tony Clark--#24 & #25
                        Casey Blake--#20
                        Michael Barrett--#15
                        Aaron Boone--#14
                        Randy Winn--#13
                        Coco Crisp--#12
                        Angel Berroa--#10
                        Ruben Sierra--#4
                        Luis Terrero--#4
                        Craig Wilson--#2
                        Josh Beckett--#1
                        John Gall--#1
                        
                        10) HR leaders--
                        
                        AL
                        1)  Alex Rodriguez--40
                        2)  David Ortiz--38
                        T3) Mark Teixeira--36
                        T3) Paul Konerko--36
                        T5) Manny Ramirez--33
                        T5) Richie Sexson--33
                        7)  Alfonso Soriano--32
                        T8) Gary Sheffield--28
                        T8) Vladimir Guerrero--28
                        T10) Jason Giambi--27
                        T10) Jermaine Dye--27
                        
                        NL
                        1) Andruw Jones--45
                        2) Derrek Lee--40
                        3) Albert Pujols--39**
                        4) Adam Dunn--36
                        T5) Ken Griffey Jr.--35
                        T5) Morgan Ensberg--35
                        7) Aramis Ramirez--31
                        T8) Troy Glaus--30
                        T8) Carlos Lee--30
                        T8) Miguel Cabrera--30*
                        
                        **--hit 2 yesterday
                        *--hit 1 yesterday
                        
                        11) Today's birthdays--
                        
                        FRANK CHANCE, 1877-1924
                        YEAR AGE RCAA  OBA SLG  OPS  OWP  RC/G AVG  HR RBI  SB  G  TEAM
                        1903  25  73 .439 .440 .878 .826 11.22 .327  2  81  67 125 Cubs     
                        1904  26  43 .382 .430 .812 .752  7.75 .310  6  49  42 124 Cubs     
                        1905  27  54 .450 .434 .883 .790  9.74 .316  2  70  38 118 Cubs     
                        1906  28  62 .419 .430 .849 .800  9.07 .319  3  71  57 136 Cubs     
                        CAR    348 .394 .394 .787 .719  7.36 .296 20 596 401 1286 
                        LG AVG    0 .327 .340 .667 .500  4.57 .263 18 425 168 
                        POS AVG   35 .335 .355 .690 .536  4.88 .271 21 480 159 
                        
                        JIM CORSI, 1961, AGE: 44
                        YEAR AGE RSAA ERA   G GS  IP  SO  SO/9 BR/9  W  L  SV NW NL TEAM
                        1992 30  12  1.43  32  0  44   19 3.89 12.68  4  2  0  5  1 A's     
                        1995 33  10  2.20  38  0  45   26 5.20 11.80  2  4  2  5  1 A's     
                        1998 36  16  2.59  59  0  66   49 6.68 11.18  3  2  0  4  1 Red Sox   
                        CAREER  58  3.25 368  1 481.1 290 5.42 12.23 22 24  7 30 16 
                        LG AVG   0  4.38      481.1 323 6.03 12.98 27 27 
                        
                        ALVIN DAVIS, 1960, AGE: 45
                        YEAR AGE RCAA  OBA SLG  OPS  OWP  RC/G AVG  HR RBI  SB  G  TEAM
                        1984  23  42 .391 .497 .888 .693  7.32 .284 27 116  5 152 Mariners   
                        1988  27  31 .412 .462 .875 .669  7.11 .295 18  69  1 140 Mariners   
                        1989  28  47 .424 .496 .920 .735  7.92 .305 21  95  0 142 Mariners   
                        CAR    195 .380 .450 .830 .629  6.26 .280 160 683  7 1206 
                        LG AVG    0 .328 .400 .727 .500  4.52 .261 109 506  80 
                        POS AVG   93 .347 .436 .783 .566  5.31 .271 150 617  32 
                        
                        TOM FOLEY, 1959, AGE: 46
                        YEAR AGE RCAA  OBA SLG  OPS  OWP  RC/G AVG  HR RBI  SB  G  TEAM
                        1990  30 -12 .266 .238 .503 .184  1.99 .213  0  12  0  73 Expos    
                        1992  32 -13 .230 .217 .448 .082  1.27 .174  0  5  3  72 Expos    
                        CAR    -89 .303 .344 .647 .369  3.48 .244 32 263  32 1108 
                        LG AVG    0 .329 .392 .721 .500  4.51 .262 65 325  75 
                        POS AVG  -59 .314 .350 .664 .414  3.79 .253 36 249  73 
                        
                        FRANKIE FRISCH, 1898-1973
                        YEAR AGE RCAA  OBA SLG  OPS  OWP  RC/G AVG  HR RBI  SB  G  TEAM
                        1921  22  37 .384 .485 .870 .664  6.94 .341  8 100  49 153 Giants    
                        1923  24  37 .395 .485 .880 .655  7.37 .348 12 111  29 151 Giants    
                        1924  25  39 .387 .468 .855 .688  6.80 .328  7  69  22 145 Giants    
                        CAR    187 .369 .432 .801 .560  5.91 .316 105 1244 419 2311 
                        LG AVG    0 .348 .408 .756 .500  5.15 .291 122 1128 141 
                        POS AVG  -103 .341 .389 .729 .461  4.75 .286 88 1012 176 
                        
                        MIKE HAMPTON, 1972, AGE: 33
                        YEAR AGE RSAA ERA   G GS  IP  SO  SO/9 BR/9  W  L  SV NW NL TEAM
                        2003 30  7  3.84  31 31 190  110 5.21 12.55 14  8  0 12 10 Braves    
                        2004 31  0  4.28  29 29 172.1  87 4.54 13.79 13  9  0 11 11 Braves    
                        2005 32  7  3.50  12 12  69.1  27 3.50 11.94  5  3  0  5  3 Braves    
                        CAREER  86  3.97 375 321 2074  1272 5.52 13.14 138 101  1 131 108 
                        LG AVG   0  4.32     2074  1555 6.75 12.87 116 116 
                        
                        WAITE HOYT, 1899-1984
                        YEAR AGE RSAA ERA   G GS  IP  SO  SO/9 BR/9  W  L  SV NW NL TEAM
                        1921 21  39  3.10  43 32 282  102 3.26 12.35 19 13  3 21 11 Yankees   
                        1927 27  38  2.64  36 32 256   86 3.02 10.55 22  7  1 20  9 Yankees   
                        1934 34  30  2.92  48 15 191  105 4.95 10.79 15  6  5 14  7 Pirates   
                        CAREER  187  3.59 674 422 3763  1206 2.88 12.17 237 182 52 235 184 
                        LG AVG   0  4.08     3763  1275 3.05 13.20 210 210 
                        
                        KAZUHISA ISHII, 1973, AGE: 32
                        YEAR AGE RSAA ERA   G GS  IP  SO  SO/9 BR/9  W  L  SV NW NL TEAM
                        2003 29  2  3.86  27 27 147  140 8.57 14.45  9  7  0  8  8 Dodgers   
                        2004 30 -11  4.71  31 31 172   99 5.18 13.45 13  8  0  9 12 Dodgers   
                        2005 31  -8  5.04  16 16  89.1  53 5.34 13.70  3  9  0  5  7 Mets     
                        CAREER  -26  4.42 102 102 562.1 435 6.96 14.02 39 34  0 33 40 
                        LG AVG   0  4.24      562.1 418 6.69 12.77 32 31 
                        
                        EDWIN JACKSON, 1983, AGE: 22
                        YEAR AGE RSAA ERA   G GS  IP  SO  SO/9 BR/9  W  L  SV NW NL TEAM
                        2003 19  4  2.45  4  3  22   19 7.77 11.86  2  1  0  2  1 Dodgers   
                        2004 20  -9  7.30  8  5  24.2  16 5.84 15.32  2  1  0  1  2 Dodgers   
                        2005 21  -5  7.20  3  3  15   12 7.20 16.20  1  1  0  1  1 Dodgers   
                        CAREER  -10  5.55  15 11  61.2  47 6.86 14.30  5  3  0  4  4 
                        LG AVG   0  4.29      61.2  46 6.66 12.80  3  3 
                        
                        DOC JOHNSTON, 1887-1961
                        YEAR AGE RCAA  OBA SLG  OPS  OWP  RC/G AVG  HR RBI  SB  G  TEAM
                        1913  25 -13 .309 .347 .657 .418  3.83 .255  2  39  19 133 Indians   
                        1916  28 -19 .262 .287 .549 .301  2.55 .213  0  39  17 114 Pirates   
                        1918  30 -13 .301 .286 .587 .323  3.02 .227  0  25  12  74 Indians   
                        1922  34 -18 .316 .358 .673 .299  3.61 .250  1  29  7  71 A's     
                        CAR    -89 .319 .351 .670 .419  3.85 .263 14 379 139 1055 
                        LG AVG    0 .338 .366 .704 .500  4.46 .272 27 423 120 
                        POS AVG   37 .343 .386 .729 .533  4.78 .286 29 478 121 
                        
                        DAN MICELI, 1970, AGE: 35
                        YEAR AGE RSAA ERA   G GS  IP  SO  SO/9 BR/9  W  L  SV NW NL TEAM
                        2003 32  10  3.20  57  0  70.1  58 7.42 11.00  2  4  1  5  1 Rockies/Indians/Yankees/Astros
                        2004 33  6  3.59  74  0  77.2  83 9.62 11.94  6  6  2  7  5 Astros    
                        2005 24  -2  5.89  19  0  18.1  19 9.33 16.20  1  2  0  1  2 Rockies   
                        CAREER  -11  4.51 598  9 668.2 614 8.26 13.03 42 50 35 45 47 
                        LG AVG   0  4.37      668.2 495 6.66 12.91 37 37 
                        
                        DOTS MILLER, 1886-1923
                        YEAR AGE RCAA  OBA SLG  OPS  OWP  RC/G AVG  HR RBI  SB  G  TEAM
                        1910  23 -27 .284 .309 .592 .295  2.97 .227  1  48  11 120 Pirates   
                        1919  32 -13 .265 .292 .557 .337  2.67 .231  1  24  6 101 Cardinals  
                        1920  33 -18 .289 .309 .598 .305  3.00 .254  1  27  13  98 Phillies   
                        CAR    -65 .314 .357 .671 .464  3.95 .263 32 715 177 1589 
                        LG AVG    0 .329 .355 .684 .500  4.27 .265 39 615 213 
                        POS AVG   21 .332 .365 .696 .518  4.40 .269 46 656 215 
                        
                        JERRY MUMPHREY, 1952, AGE: 53
                        YEAR AGE RCAA  OBA SLG  OPS  OWP  RC/G AVG  HR RBI  SB  G  TEAM
                        1980  27  14 .352 .372 .724 .584  4.98 .298  4  59  52 160 Padres    
                        1982  29  18 .364 .449 .813 .615  5.70 .300  9  68  11 123 Yankees   
                        1984  31  14 .355 .391 .746 .591  4.96 .290  9  83  15 151 Astros    
                        1987  34  25 .400 .534 .934 .704  8.33 .333 13  44  1 118 Cubs     
                        CAR     77 .349 .396 .745 .548  4.95 .289 70 575 174 1585 
                        LG AVG    0 .330 .392 .722 .500  4.49 .264 110 572 121 
                        POS AVG   44 .336 .407 .743 .525  4.82 .272 116 569 191 
                        
                        KYLE SNYDER, 1977, AGE: 28
                        YEAR AGE RSAA ERA   G GS  IP  SO  SO/9 BR/9  W  L  SV NW NL TEAM
                        2003 25  0  5.17  15 15  85.1  39 4.11 12.34  1  6  0  3  4 Royals    
                        2005 27 -14  9.24  9  3  25.1  10 3.55 18.12  0  3  0  1  2 Royals    
                        CAREER  -14  6.10  24 18 110.2  49 3.98 13.66  1  9  0  4  6 
                        LG AVG   0  4.49      110.2  75 6.12 12.81  6  6 
                        
                        TODD ZEILE, 1965, AGE: 40
                        YEAR AGE RCAA  OBA SLG  OPS  OWP  RC/G AVG  HR RBI  SB  G  TEAM
                        1995  29 -15 .305 .397 .702 .376  3.94 .246 14  52  1 113 Cardinals/Cubs
                        2002  36 -20 .353 .425 .778 .386  4.76 .273 18  87  1 144 Rockies   
                        2004  38 -17 .319 .356 .675 .341  3.63 .233  9  35  0 137 Mets     
                        CAR     -5 .346 .423 .769 .493  4.97 .265 253 1110  53 2158 
                        LG AVG    0 .339 .421 .759 .500  5.02 .269 226 995 167 
                        POS AVG   9 .339 .431 .770 .498  5.07 .267 260 1096  81
                        But wait. There is something that can be done afterall. My good friend Angelo is a cop in the Tampa/Clearwater area. Since I kept all of the files from the access logs when I had the power to see them, guess what, I have everyone's IP addresses. Hmm..what can I do w/ those??
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                        • #13
                          If J-Marq gets his shit together for three straight, I say re-sign him.
                          Are you on the list?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by SLUBLUE@Sep 9 2005, 10:44 AM
                            If J-Marq gets his shit together for three straight, I say re-sign him.
                            That's all it takes to convince you he's worth millions huh? What about the dozen starts before that?

                            I'm not sold on him yet.
                            Official sponsor of Mike Shannon's Retirement Party

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                            • #15
                              When I was a kid I was so retarded that one time, for Halloween, my mother couldn't afford a costume so she just shaved my head, powdered my face white, salpped a jersey and a baseball cap on me, painted little red stitches accross my face, and made me go as Mr. Met.......

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