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  • Originally posted by keithbishop
    I think I'm familiar with 1 or 2 of those names . How long have you been a sox fan??
    Lol, since the day I was born, thats just my favorite all-time Sox team because thats the 2004 team

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    • Originally posted by LiquidBlue
      Lol, since the day I was born, thats just my favorite all-time Sox team because thats the 2004 team
      LOL. Since the day you were born...... that's amazing....... it's very rare for a baby to watch baseball .
      The 96' Yankees were probably my favorite overall, but players I grew up watching like Gator, Catfish, Willie Randolph, Reggie and Graig Nettles will always be on my all-time Yankees team.
      Last edited by keithbishop; 05-23-2006, 07:50 PM.
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      • Originally posted by LiquidBlue
        Lol, since the day I was born, thats just my favorite all-time Sox team because thats the 2004 team
        I agree with you on 20014 the I have been a Sox fan (although I like the Dodgers 1st) since 1978 as a kid

        My list of favorites (i am adding extras as I have followed this team forever )

        1B George Scott

        2B- Marty Barrett

        SS- Nomar Garciparra

        3B- Not hear all that long- Carney Lansford then Bill Mueller

        LF- Jim Rice

        CF- Fred Lynn then Damon (yes a Sox fan still acutally likes Damon LOL)

        RF- tie between Dwight Evans and Trot Nixon

        DH -David Ortiz and Yaz

        SP- Roger Clemens
        SP- Pedro Martinez
        SP Louis Tiant aka Looouuuiiee
        SP- Bruce Hurst
        SP Dennis Eckersley '
        SP Curt Schilling

        RP Lee Smith
        RP Bill Campbell
        RP _I know he has not been here long but Pappelbon

        specialist- Tom Burgmeier

        This has been fun and brough back a lot of great memories
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        • Originally posted by Medford Bronco
          I agree with you on 20014 the I have been a Sox fan (although I like the Dodgers 1st) since 1978 as a kid

          My list of favorites (i am adding extras as I have followed this team forever )

          1B George Scott

          2B- Marty Barrett

          SS- Nomar Garciparra

          3B- Not hear all that long- Carney Lansford then Bill Mueller

          LF- Jim Rice

          CF- Fred Lynn then Damon (yes a Sox fan still acutally likes Damon LOL)

          RF- tie between Dwight Evans and Trot Nixon

          DH -David Ortiz and Yaz

          SP- Roger Clemens
          SP- Pedro Martinez
          SP Louis Tiant aka Looouuuiiee
          SP- Bruce Hurst
          SP Dennis Eckersley '
          SP Curt Schilling

          RP Lee Smith
          RP Bill Campbell
          RP _I know he has not been here long but Pappelbon

          specialist- Tom Burgmeier

          This has been fun and brough back a lot of great memories
          Lynn, Evans and Rice were a great OF. Rice deserves to be in the HOF. No Boggs?? Tiant threw out the 1st pitch tonight.
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          • Originally posted by keithbishop
            LOL. Since the day you were born...... that's amazing....... it's very rare for a baby to watch baseball .
            The 96' Yankees were probably my favorite overall, but players I grew up watching like Gator, Catfish, Willie Randolph, Reggie and Graig Nettles will always be on my all-time Yankees team.
            KB those are some of the grittiest best Yankees of all time. Did you read the Brox Zoo book by Sparky Lyle? It was fantastic

            Do not forget Ed Figueora ( I just loved his name )

            As a Dodger fan my lasting Yanks Dodger memories are when Welch struck out Jackson in 78 and he got pissed and then hit a bomb off of him later in the series.

            Also in 81 when The Dodgers finally beat the Yanks and Cey got hit in the head by Gossage, that was scary

            great memories KB
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            • Originally posted by keithbishop
              Lynn, Evans and Rice were a great OF. Rice deserves to be in the HOF. No Boggs?? Tiant threw out the 1st pitch tonight.
              It is a personal thing, I hate selfish players who only care about stats.

              he was good though.
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              • Originally posted by Medford Bronco
                I agree with you on 20014 the I have been a Sox fan (although I like the Dodgers 1st) since 1978 as a kid

                My list of favorites (i am adding extras as I have followed this team forever )

                1B George Scott

                2B- Marty Barrett

                SS- Nomar Garciparra

                3B- Not hear all that long- Carney Lansford then Bill Mueller

                LF- Jim Rice

                CF- Fred Lynn then Damon (yes a Sox fan still acutally likes Damon LOL)

                RF- tie between Dwight Evans and Trot Nixon

                DH -David Ortiz and Yaz

                SP- Roger Clemens
                SP- Pedro Martinez
                SP Louis Tiant aka Looouuuiiee
                SP- Bruce Hurst
                SP Dennis Eckersley '
                SP Curt Schilling

                RP Lee Smith
                RP Bill Campbell
                RP _I know he has not been here long but Pappelbon

                specialist- Tom Burgmeier

                This has been fun and brough back a lot of great memories

                No Teddy Ballgame?

                Thanks to B4Bronco6 for the sig!
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                • Originally posted by LiquidBlue
                  No Teddy Ballgame?
                  Teddy Ballgame is the greatest hitter of all time IMHO. However I tried to list players I saw play either live or on TV. That is why all players played since 1978 or current and I saw them.
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                  • Originally posted by Medford Bronco
                    KB those are some of the grittiest best Yankees of all time. Did you read the Brox Zoo book by Sparky Lyle? It was fantastic

                    Do not forget Ed Figueora ( I just loved his name )

                    As a Dodger fan my lasting Yanks Dodger memories are when Welch struck out Jackson in 78 and he got pissed and then hit a bomb off of him later in the series.

                    Also in 81 when The Dodgers finally beat the Yanks and Cey got hit in the head by Gossage, that was scary

                    great memories KB
                    Cey getting hit was one of the scariest baseball moments I've ever seen.
                    The Bronx Zoo is my favorite baseball book. LOL. I'm ever thankful that the red sox traded Lyle to the Yankees for Danny Carter.

                    Welch/Reggie was a great matchup. I left off a lot of favorites...... starting with Munson (RIP) ...... Chris Chambliss and Mickey Rivers were great, too, as were Lyle and Goose. We can't leave out RSN favorite Bucky "#&*^%@&" Dent, can we??

                    Then the role players...... Lou Piniella, Oscar Gamble and his 3 foot tall fro...... the late 70's were great.
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                    • Theres a cool site that sells some wicked Sox gear: http://www.chowdaheadz.com/index.html

                      Theres a red shirt that says BOSTON in the Red Sox font on the front and in the back as either "TEK 33" "TROT 7" "MANNY 24" or "COCO 10". I already have a Manny jersey that I dropped some ketchup on (from my damn good Fenway Frank) and it wont come out, and I feel foolish wearing it with that stain on it obviously. So I'm wondering wether I should get the Manny or the Coco one.

                      I'm going to a White Sox-Red Sox game in Chicago in July and I wanna wear whichever one I get to that game of course, but I'm afraid Coco or Manny might be in a slump when we travel there and it'd kinda suck. Which should I get? And I don't want any sarcastic posts from Yankee fans...in fact, might be better if the Yankee fans don't post.

                      Thanks to B4Bronco6 for the sig!
                      RB #22 Wisconsin Badgers
                      Know this above all else. This life is your only life. So while you live life, make the most of every second, minute and hour that you have. Time stops for no one. Don't stop for time. Seize the day.
                      -Kobe Bryant-

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                      • Originally posted by LiquidBlue
                        Theres a cool site that sells some wicked Sox gear: http://www.chowdaheadz.com/index.html

                        Theres a red shirt that says BOSTON in the Red Sox font on the front and in the back as either "TEK 33" "TROT 7" "MANNY 24" or "COCO 10". I already have a Manny jersey that I dropped some ketchup on (from my damn good Fenway Frank) and it wont come out, and I feel foolish wearing it with that stain on it obviously. So I'm wondering wether I should get the Manny or the Coco one.

                        I'm going to a White Sox-Red Sox game in Chicago in July and I wanna wear whichever one I get to that game of course, but I'm afraid Coco or Manny might be in a slump when we travel there and it'd kinda suck. Which should I get? And I don't want any sarcastic posts from Yankee fans...in fact, might be better if the Yankee fans don't post.
                        This Yankee fan will post................ I'd think Manny or Varitek would be the best choice. Manny rarely slumps............
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                        • Originally posted by keithbishop
                          This Yankee fan will post................ I'd think Manny or Varitek would be the best choice. Manny rarely slumps............
                          KB is a level headed Yankee fan which is cool.

                          I would pick Coco as I am not a real Manny fan as he although is a great hitter, loses focus and aggravates me sometimes. BTW i hate "Manny being Manny" quote

                          If i half-a$sed my job at work I would be fired so fast they would say its "John being John on the unemployment line )
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                          • Originally posted by Medford Bronco
                            KB is a level headed Yankee fan which is cool.

                            I would pick Coco as I am not a real Manny fan as he although is a great hitter, loses focus and aggravates me sometimes. BTW i hate "Manny being Manny" quote

                            If i half-a$sed my job at work I would be fired so fast they would say its "John being John on the unemployment line )
                            Good points about Manny. The "Manny being Manny" stuff is ridiculous.
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                            • Originally posted by LiquidBlue
                              Theres a cool site that sells some wicked Sox gear: http://www.chowdaheadz.com/index.html

                              Theres a red shirt that says BOSTON in the Red Sox font on the front and in the back as either "TEK 33" "TROT 7" "MANNY 24" or "COCO 10". I already have a Manny jersey that I dropped some ketchup on (from my damn good Fenway Frank) and it wont come out, and I feel foolish wearing it with that stain on it obviously. So I'm wondering wether I should get the Manny or the Coco one.

                              I'm going to a White Sox-Red Sox game in Chicago in July and I wanna wear whichever one I get to that game of course, but I'm afraid Coco or Manny might be in a slump when we travel there and it'd kinda suck. Which should I get? And I don't want any sarcastic posts from Yankee fans...in fact, might be better if the Yankee fans don't post.

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                              • Originally posted by Medford Bronco
                                KB is a level headed Yankee fan which is cool.

                                I would pick Coco as I am not a real Manny fan as he although is a great hitter, loses focus and aggravates me sometimes. BTW i hate "Manny being Manny" quote

                                If i half-a$sed my job at work I would be fired so fast they would say its "John being John on the unemployment line )
                                Yea, the first time I saw it it was funny, and then the jokes about it were ok, but now its kinda tired.

                                Thanks to B4Bronco6 for the sig!
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                                Know this above all else. This life is your only life. So while you live life, make the most of every second, minute and hour that you have. Time stops for no one. Don't stop for time. Seize the day.
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