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  1. National Anthem

    I love the American anthem and was inspired by the New York policeman's rendition a couple of days ago. Yesterday I heard Natalie Cole's version and the kindest thing I could say is that I was underwhelmed. Is this trend of singers giving their interpretations of the anthem acceptable. It worries me but maybe I'm in the minority.

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    10-27-02 06:51 AM Go to last post
  2. World Series Game 6 Gamethread SF@ANA

    San Francisco leads the series 3-2 and are one game away from their first World Series since 1954. That's one win away, actually, because the Angels will try and win two in a row at home and bring their first championship in team history to Anaheim. LINEUPS SF Lofton CF Aurilia SS Kent 2B Bonds LF

    Soriambi
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    10-26-02 11:02 PM Go to last post
  3. WNET/Ch 13 -- Brooklyn Dodgers: Sat, 10/26, 3pm

    WNET/Channel 13. 10/26/02, 3pm (scroll down a little) 2 hrs. This focuses primarily on Jackie Robinson, Duke Snider, Pee Wee Reese, Roy Campanella, Gil Hodges. Comments come from: Yogi Berra, Willie Mays, Phil Rizzutto, John Newcombe, Cleon Jones, Ron Swoboda.

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    10-26-02 04:12 PM Go to last post
  4. I'd stick ione in Barry's Ear.

    I dont care how far Bonds hit his shots and how good he is or how McCarver thinks he is "staggering, staggering", the way he walks arounds the bases if I was an Angel ,I'd stick a pitch in his self admiring ear. JMO.

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    10-26-02 03:46 PM Go to last post
  5. former yankee prospects

    what former prospects, now on other teams, have played well on their new team? i've got fred mcgriff, eric milton, tony armas jr. (somewhat), christian guzman, mike lowell, ted lilly, and...who else? P.S. carl everett DOESN'T count.

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    10-26-02 12:40 PM Go to last post
  6. Thunderstix, drums, hankies

    Heck, I don't care what the locals are using. First these are two teams that have fanbases that actually seem excited to be here. No empty seats like in Atlanta and Oakland. Second, I confess to missing Game One, but a one-run game is a one-run game. However, last night's game was a classic. Although we have won more often than not in the postseason on our pitching, I have to say that I would have loved to have been an Angels fan and been in Edison Field last night. I hope every game...

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    10-26-02 02:08 AM Go to last post
  7. MLB All-Stars vs. Japan All-Stars -- Tour information

    Top of the World, then off to Japan By Barry M. Bloom / MLB.com http://yankees.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/mlb/news/mlb_news.jsp?ymd=20021025&content_id=165029&vkey=news_mlb&fext=.jsp Major League Baseball announced its 28-player roster for next month's All-Star team trip to Japan and MLB.com will be with them every step of the way as part of our Non-Stop November campaign. Our coverage will be replete with audio sound bites, digital pictures of the four stops on the tour and daily game...

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    10-26-02 12:48 AM Go to last post
  8. World Series radio?

    I'll be out tomorrow evening and will probably miss most of Game Six. Does anyone know if it's carried on a local (New York City area) radio station? ... I could take my pocket size radio along and at least listen a bit on my way home. I checked the website of ESPN radio ( http://espnradio.espn.go.com/espnradio/ ), but if I'm reading it right ... the local affiliate, WEVD-AM 1050, isn't carrying the games.

    -tz
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    10-25-02 11:57 PM Go to last post
  9. Top Ten Ways to Mispronounce Hideki Irabu

    http://www.cbs.com/latenight/lateshow/top_ten/archive/ls_topten_archive1997/ls_topten_archive_19970730.shtml July 30, 1997 10. Hidooby Irooby 9. Hiccupping Caribou 8. Pataki, I Love You

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    10-25-02 11:16 PM Go to last post
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  10. Boston Expos??

    http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/baseball/story/29727p-28212c.html Expos looking Fenway way SAN FRANCISCO - How's this for a wild pitch: The Boston Expos. The Daily News has learned that there have been preliminary discussions at the highest levels of baseball about having the MLB-owned Montreal Expos share Fenway Park with the Red Sox next season. According to a source with knowledge of the discussions, the Expos would play in Fenway for one year while MLB continues to search for...

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    10-25-02 11:24 AM Go to last post
  11. Darryl Kile to be on 2003 HOF ballot

    Five-year Hall of Fame waiting period will be waived for Kile Oct. 23, 2002 SportsLine.com wire reports ST. LOUIS -- Darryl Kile, the St. Louis Cardinals pitcher who died of heart disease this summer, will be on the 2003 Hall of Fame ballot. The 33-year-old Kile, who was found dead in his Chicago hotel room on June 22, will become only the third player to appear on the ballot before the customary five-year waiting period. Roberto Clemente and Thurman Munson were the others. "In...

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    10-25-02 10:46 AM Go to last post
  12. Ripken passing Lou!!!!

    I know that Cal passing Lou was a tremendous feat, however, how in the world can that be considered the greatest event in baseball history! Personally, Bobby Thompson's "shot heard around the world" was the greatest single event in baseball history along with The Babe's impact on the game at a time that baseball needed a hero should be considered. I have a feeling that the voting came out this way because there were mostly younger fans who voted and the older ones probably took a pass on...

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    10-25-02 09:06 AM Go to last post
  13. World Series Game 5 GameThread ANA@SF

    The series is tied at two games apiece after another thrilling finish last night that had the Giants winning 4-3. Whomever wins tonight will be one win away from the World Series. LINEUPS (THE USUAL SUSPECTS) ANA Eckstein SS Erstad CF Salmon RF Anderson LF

    Soriambi
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    10-24-02 11:26 PM Go to last post
  14. Andy Washburn???

    Jarrod Washburn must have read Andy Pettitte's "How To Pitch In The Playoffs" before stinking it up for the 2nd time in two World Series games. If the Angels want to have a sliver of a chance against Schmidt, they'd better get Andy Washburn out of the game quick. Giving up two hits to the washed up Lofton is a sure sign he doesn't have a thing. Go Angels! In spite of Washburn.

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    10-24-02 09:50 PM Go to last post
  15. Giants' Renel Brooks-Moon: 1st woman to announce WS

    Giants' Brooks-Moon becomes first woman to call World Series Oct. 23, 2002 SportsLine.com wire reports SAN FRANCISCO -- Renel Brooks-Moon broke into a box of chocolates and inhaled four pieces in no time. The San Francisco Giants public address announcer had a nervous stomach like you wouldn't believe, and she hadn't eaten a thing all day. She had an excuse for her anxiety. On Tuesday night, Brooks-Moon became the first woman to announce a World Series.

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    10-24-02 07:36 PM Go to last post
  16. Sign of trouble? Nen can't get his arm loose

    Sign of trouble? Nen can't get his arm loose Nen's circumstance alters Baker's approach to 'pen -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ESPN.com news services http://espn.go.com/mlb/playoffs2002/s/2002/1023/1449830.html The Giants are downplaying it, but the fact that they're acknowledging it means it's a concern. Closer Robb Nen has had trouble getting his right arm loose during the World Series. He reportedly is available to pitch, but...

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    10-24-02 05:26 PM Go to last post
  17. The answer to beating those annoying Angels

    Since the NLCS MVP Santiago is choking big time in the World Series, why not move the hot hitting JT Snow in the batting order so he can protect Bonds and do some major damage whenever they walk him? I think it makes a lot of sense. Then drop Santiago behind the hotter hitting Sanders....where he belongs. Oh...and keeping the Angels in single digits in runs wouldn't hurt either. I have gotten whiplash watching these Angels hitting... first the Yanks, then the Twins and now the Giants. It's...

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    10-24-02 03:22 PM Go to last post
  18. Yes, another Tino thread...

    Sports fans can be fickle...it's always the mentality of "what have you done for me lately?" So I guess I shouldn't be surprised that some Cardinals' fans are calling for a change at first base...yes, they want to get rid of Tino...I know he had a subpar year, and a less than good postseason, and he's no longer the player he was, say, a few seasons ago, but give him credit...a new team and a new league? :( links removed by moderator

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    10-24-02 03:14 PM Go to last post
  19. David Eckstein: Small body, huge heart

    Small body, huge heart By Steve Dilbeck Sports Columnist http://www.dailynews.com/Stories/0,1413,200%7E23148%7E932233,00.html AN AHEIM -- First time anyone gets a good look at David Eckstein, once they find him down there, they're not sure what to make of him. Pat him on the back, or the head? There, there, little fella. Maybe put him on your knee and tell him a nice story.

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    10-24-02 02:16 PM Go to last post

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