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    I think Tony goes down as the greatest Cards manager ever.


    Can't remember a time when the Cards were consistently this good, year after
    year. Certainly not in my lifetime.

  • #2
    QUOTE(Offsides @ Oct 11 2005, 11:37 AM) Quoted post

    I think Tony goes down as the greatest Cards manager ever.


    Can't remember a time when the Cards were consistently this good, year after
    year. Certainly not in my lifetime.
    [/b][/quote]

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    • #3
      QUOTE(Offsides @ Oct 11 2005, 11:37 AM) Quoted post
      I think Tony goes down as the greatest Cards manager ever.


      Can't remember a time when the Cards were consistently this good, year after
      year. Certainly not in my lifetime. [/b][/quote]

      64 - Cardinals win the series - Keane

      67 - Cardinals win the series - Red

      68 - Cardinals lose in seven - Red

      80's - Whitey wins one and loses two.

      No - Tony would still be chasing Red and Whitey with a win.
      Turning the other cheek is better than burying the other body.

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      • #4
        You can't remember the 40's...three titles and a pennant in five years.

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        • #5
          QUOTE(Schwahalala @ Oct 11 2005, 11:40 AM) Quoted post

          QUOTE(Offsides @ Oct 11 2005, 11:37 AM) Quoted post
          I think Tony goes down as the greatest Cards manager ever.


          Can't remember a time when the Cards were consistently this good, year after
          year. Certainly not in my lifetime. [/b][/quote]

          64 - Cardinals win the series - Keane

          67 - Cardinals win the series - Red

          68 - Cardinals lose in seven - Red

          80's - Whitey wins one and loses two.

          No - Tony would still be chasing Red and Whitey with a win.
          [/b][/quote]

          Red and Whitey.

          See, Tony doesn't have a colorful name. He'll never go down in Cards history.

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          • #6
            QUOTE(backstop @ Oct 11 2005, 10:40 AM) Quoted post

            You can't remember the 40's...three titles and a pennant in five years.
            [/b][/quote]


            A little different deal with players gone to war and such.

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            • #7
              QUOTE(Schwahalala @ Oct 11 2005, 10:40 AM) Quoted post

              QUOTE(Offsides @ Oct 11 2005, 11:37 AM) Quoted post
              I think Tony goes down as the greatest Cards manager ever.


              Can't remember a time when the Cards were consistently this good, year after
              year. Certainly not in my lifetime. [/b][/quote]

              64 - Cardinals win the series - Keane

              67 - Cardinals win the series - Red

              68 - Cardinals lose in seven - Red

              80's - Whitey wins one and loses two.

              No - Tony would still be chasing Red and Whitey with a win.
              [/b][/quote]


              I loved Whitey as much as the next guy but his good years were usually
              followed by crap years. Not as consistent as Tony.

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              • #8
                QUOTE(Dr.Gonzo @ Oct 11 2005, 11:41 AM) Quoted post
                QUOTE(Schwahalala @ Oct 11 2005, 11:40 AM) Quoted post

                QUOTE(Offsides @ Oct 11 2005, 11:37 AM) Quoted post
                I think Tony goes down as the greatest Cards manager ever.


                Can't remember a time when the Cards were consistently this good, year after
                year. Certainly not in my lifetime. [/b][/quote]

                64 - Cardinals win the series - Keane

                67 - Cardinals win the series - Red

                68 - Cardinals lose in seven - Red

                80's - Whitey wins one and loses two.

                No - Tony would still be chasing Red and Whitey with a win.
                [/b][/quote]

                Red and Whitey.

                See, Tony doesn't have a colorful name. He'll never go down in Cards history.


                [/b][/quote]

                We could always call him Silky the Pimp.
                Turning the other cheek is better than burying the other body.

                Official Sport Lounge Sponsor of Rhode Island - Quincy Jones - Yadier Molina who knows no fear.
                God is stronger and the problem knows it.

                2017 BOTB bracket

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                • #9
                  QUOTE(Offsides @ Oct 11 2005, 11:45 AM) Quoted post

                  QUOTE(backstop @ Oct 11 2005, 10:40 AM) Quoted post

                  You can't remember the 40's...three titles and a pennant in five years.
                  [/b][/quote]


                  A little different deal with players gone to war and such.
                  [/b][/quote]

                  True, but they won in '46 after everybody was back, too.

                  1926-31 (ish) were some pretty good years, too.

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                  • #10
                    QUOTE(Offsides @ Oct 11 2005, 11:47 AM) Quoted post

                    QUOTE(Schwahalala @ Oct 11 2005, 10:40 AM) Quoted post

                    QUOTE(Offsides @ Oct 11 2005, 11:37 AM) Quoted post
                    I think Tony goes down as the greatest Cards manager ever.


                    Can't remember a time when the Cards were consistently this good, year after
                    year. Certainly not in my lifetime. [/b][/quote]

                    64 - Cardinals win the series - Keane

                    67 - Cardinals win the series - Red

                    68 - Cardinals lose in seven - Red

                    80's - Whitey wins one and loses two.

                    No - Tony would still be chasing Red and Whitey with a win.
                    [/b][/quote]


                    I loved Whitey as much as the next guy but his good years were usually
                    followed by crap years. Not as consistent as Tony.
                    [/b][/quote]


                    WHITEY IS GAWD AND DON'T YOU FORGET IT!!!

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                    • #11
                      QUOTE(Schwahalala @ Oct 11 2005, 11:49 AM) Quoted post

                      QUOTE(Dr.Gonzo @ Oct 11 2005, 11:41 AM) Quoted post
                      QUOTE(Schwahalala @ Oct 11 2005, 11:40 AM) Quoted post

                      QUOTE(Offsides @ Oct 11 2005, 11:37 AM) Quoted post
                      I think Tony goes down as the greatest Cards manager ever.


                      Can't remember a time when the Cards were consistently this good, year after
                      year. Certainly not in my lifetime. [/b][/quote]

                      64 - Cardinals win the series - Keane

                      67 - Cardinals win the series - Red

                      68 - Cardinals lose in seven - Red

                      80's - Whitey wins one and loses two.

                      No - Tony would still be chasing Red and Whitey with a win.
                      [/b][/quote]

                      Red and Whitey.

                      See, Tony doesn't have a colorful name. He'll never go down in Cards history.


                      [/b][/quote]

                      We could always call him Silky the Pimp.
                      [/b][/quote]

                      I can't wait for Oquendo to take over.

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                      • #12
                        QUOTE(Offsides @ Oct 11 2005, 11:47 AM) Quoted post

                        QUOTE(Schwahalala @ Oct 11 2005, 10:40 AM) Quoted post

                        QUOTE(Offsides @ Oct 11 2005, 11:37 AM) Quoted post
                        I think Tony goes down as the greatest Cards manager ever.


                        Can't remember a time when the Cards were consistently this good, year after
                        year. Certainly not in my lifetime. [/b][/quote]

                        64 - Cardinals win the series - Keane

                        67 - Cardinals win the series - Red

                        68 - Cardinals lose in seven - Red

                        80's - Whitey wins one and loses two.

                        No - Tony would still be chasing Red and Whitey with a win.
                        [/b][/quote]


                        I loved Whitey as much as the next guy but his good years were usually
                        followed by crap years. Not as consistent as Tony.
                        [/b][/quote]

                        More parity back then. The financial state of the game today has created two tiers of teams, making it easier, with proper management, for the higher payroll teams to win year after year.

                        But we've been over this before.

                        Havent we? [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/unsure.gif[/img]
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                        Asked then if he would talk to his players about the situation, he said, “They know me, and that’s where the trust comes in.

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                        • #13
                          QUOTE(Razzy @ Oct 11 2005, 11:51 AM) Quoted post

                          QUOTE(Offsides @ Oct 11 2005, 11:47 AM) Quoted post

                          QUOTE(Schwahalala @ Oct 11 2005, 10:40 AM) Quoted post

                          QUOTE(Offsides @ Oct 11 2005, 11:37 AM) Quoted post
                          I think Tony goes down as the greatest Cards manager ever.


                          Can't remember a time when the Cards were consistently this good, year after
                          year. Certainly not in my lifetime. [/b][/quote]

                          64 - Cardinals win the series - Keane

                          67 - Cardinals win the series - Red

                          68 - Cardinals lose in seven - Red

                          80's - Whitey wins one and loses two.

                          No - Tony would still be chasing Red and Whitey with a win.
                          [/b][/quote]


                          I loved Whitey as much as the next guy but his good years were usually
                          followed by crap years. Not as consistent as Tony.
                          [/b][/quote]

                          More parity back then. The financial state of the game today has created two tiers of teams, making it easier, with proper management, for the higher payroll teams to win year after year.

                          But we've been over this before.

                          Havent we? [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/unsure.gif[/img]
                          [/b][/quote]

                          Which certainly explains Minnesota, the Chicago White Sox and the Oakland A's.
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                          • #14
                            QUOTE(Razzy @ Oct 11 2005, 10:51 AM) Quoted post

                            QUOTE(Offsides @ Oct 11 2005, 11:47 AM) Quoted post

                            QUOTE(Schwahalala @ Oct 11 2005, 10:40 AM) Quoted post

                            QUOTE(Offsides @ Oct 11 2005, 11:37 AM) Quoted post
                            I think Tony goes down as the greatest Cards manager ever.


                            Can't remember a time when the Cards were consistently this good, year after
                            year. Certainly not in my lifetime. [/b][/quote]

                            64 - Cardinals win the series - Keane

                            67 - Cardinals win the series - Red

                            68 - Cardinals lose in seven - Red

                            80's - Whitey wins one and loses two.

                            No - Tony would still be chasing Red and Whitey with a win.
                            [/b][/quote]


                            I loved Whitey as much as the next guy but his good years were usually
                            followed by crap years. Not as consistent as Tony.
                            [/b][/quote]

                            More parity back then. The financial state of the game today has created two tiers of teams, making it easier, with proper management, for the higher payroll teams to win year after year.

                            But we've been over this before.

                            Havent we? [img]style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/unsure.gif[/img]
                            [/b][/quote]


                            Parity is a good point. Lower tier teams have a chance, but not much of one.

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                            • #15
                              Once again, Billy Southworth gets no love...

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                              Can't buy what I want because it's free..."
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