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  1. ESPN-C -- 1993 WS, Game 6; 1986 WS, Game 7: Wed, 10/30, 1pm, 5pm ET

    Relive the classic of Joe Carter's 3-run blast to end it all, giving Toronto their back-to-back WS titles. Wed, 10/30/02, 1pm ET 2 hrs. PHIL @ TOR, 10/23/93. History of the World Series - 1993 (tsn recap); Fast Facts - 1993 WS (baseball-almanac.com) ============================

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    10-30-02 12:00 PM Go to last post
  2. Bonds Hype

    Was anybody else sick of hearing the Buck-McCarver couple drooling over Barry Bonds throughout the series? Buck even said Bonds "gets my vote" as MVP - even though, he didn't get a game winning hit, his fielding was knobbish at best and every home run was hit after one side or the other had the game out of reach and he received a fat one from the pitcher. There were at least two Giants that should have been considered over Bonds: Snow and (excuse me while I barf) Lofton.

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    10-30-02 11:03 AM Go to last post
  3. All-Time Most Painful Losses in the World Series

    I have to tell you something.... this loss by the Giants hurts, not just because they lost, but how they lost it. Being up 5-0 in the 7th inning and 5-3 in the 8th and then lose it? OUCH!!! I don't care how much you don't like a team, losing that way has got to hurt. I'm a lifelong Yankee fan like all of you (most of you anyway ;) but I kind of liked the Giants for some reason. I think it's because Barry's father was a hero of mine as a kid when he played for our Yanks. I also liked the...

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    10-29-02 11:32 PM Go to last post
  4. Brewers hire Ned Yost as manager

    Brewers hire Yost as new manager Oct. 29, 2002 SportsLine.com wire reports MILWAUKEE -- Ned Yost, a bit player in the Milwaukee Brewers' glory days, has assumed the leading role in the club's quest to return to respectability. "I've been waiting to put this on for a while," Yost said as he put on a Brewers uniform Tuesday, returning to the team where he was a backup catcher in the 1980s. "Great fit."

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    10-29-02 11:26 PM Go to last post
  5. Thunder sticks suuuuck

    They should be outlawed. I have never seen or heard anything so annoying in my life. It looked like "all fans 14 and under receive a big red dildo" day. DOWN WITH THUNDER STICKS!

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    10-29-02 09:58 PM Go to last post
  6. Expos exercise option on Colon

    Expos exercise option on Colon By Ken Mandel / MLB.com http://yankees.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/mlb/news/mlb_news.jsp?ymd=20021029&content_id=167741&vkey=news_mlb&fext=.jsp MONTREAL -- The Expos on Tuesday exercised their option on ace Bartolo Colon, ensuring that the 29-year-old right-hander will pitch for them in the 2003 season, vice president and general manager Omar Minaya announced. Colon's option reportedly will pay him $6 million in 2003. Colon, who was traded from the Indians last...

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    10-29-02 08:34 PM Go to last post
  7. For thousands of Angels fans, the party is on

    http://sports.excite.com/news/10292002/v5796.html

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    10-29-02 08:30 PM Go to last post
  8. Fox attributes low ratings to labor strife

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/baseball/2002/postseason/news/2002/10/26/worldseries_ratings_ap/ Fox attributes low ratings to labor strife Posted: Saturday October 26, 2002 8:44 PM World Series Ratings Yearly national ratings for the World Series, as compiled by Nielsen Media Research. Year Network Rating Share 2002 Fox 10.8* 17*

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    10-29-02 07:26 PM Go to last post
  9. Angel fans behavior.

    It's been reported that Angel fans set some small fires and that a body was found in the parking lot after the W.S. victory.I wonder how much play the media will give this.We'll just have to show them the proper way to celebrate in 2003.By the way,it is the perfect day for Yankee fans to burn the phone lines and pound that idiot Russo about his Giants.

    WIZ
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    10-29-02 10:21 AM Go to last post
  10. what is this, romper room?

    Somebody want to rope in these children in the Giants' dugout? Last night one of them narrowly avoided injury at home plate. What on earth was a 4 year old wandering around home plate during a play. What if he got hurt? BTW - All Fox could do was chuckle about this. Don't you have to be 16 or something to a batboy?

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    10-29-02 10:12 AM Go to last post
  11. "Fairweather fans"

    Hey all, My friend and colleague (who happens to be a hardcore Giants fan:barf: ) published this column today in our school paper. I thought you guys might like to see it, since it's relevant -- despite all the anti-Yankee cracks. http://www.columbiaspectator.com/vnews/display.v/ART/2002/10/22/3db50a637b033 Published on October 22, 2002 A Guide to Identifying the Fairweather Fan California Dreamin' By Jason Elliott

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    10-29-02 08:23 AM Go to last post
  12. A question about fan interference

    Last night as Reggie Sanders was fielding Garret Anderson's bases clearing hit, one or two fans hit him in the back with their thunder sticks. It didn't affect him at all, and he came up with the ball and fired it back right away. But what if the sticks had interfered with him? What if he had been knocked down, or even just slipped as a result of them hitting him? What kind of ruling could the umps make in that situation. Could they send the runners back a base or something if they felt...

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    10-29-02 07:37 AM Go to last post
  13. Mental Giants they are NOT!

    If the Giants do not recover from one of the worst chokes in World Series history last night (Boston 1986 being the champ) and go on to lose tonight (which I predict will happen, Angels 13-2), then they can point their fingers at none other than Dusty Baker as being one of the major reasons why they fell short. I like Dusty (despite being a Dodger forever), but he has not managed well in this series. He has made many critical mistakes, some have not cost them a game, but some have, such as...

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    10-29-02 03:30 AM Go to last post
  14. Selig bans children from dugout in WS next year

    It's a good thing Eckstein got a chance to play in the WS before the ban goes into effect:D (Sorry, I know its cheesier than Wisconsin but I just had to get it out of the way;) )

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    10-29-02 01:00 AM Go to last post
  15. Question about the MVP award.

    I've read some arguements on this board and a few others. Some people have said the Bonds should get the MVP. I thought the losing team could not have an MVP winner. If that's true, is that convention, or the official rule? I mean, how could you win an MVP on a losing team? I guess you could argue both ways, but to me it seems if your team lost, no matter how great you were, it's time for another MVP on the winning team, even if they were worse. After all, they won.

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    10-29-02 12:34 AM Go to last post
  16. Fill out WFAN's Mad Dog Poll

    Here are the questions asked on their Home Page:As expected, the last one has been most selected (48% so far). Go on the gravy train, y'all!!!

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    10-29-02 12:24 AM Go to last post
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  17. Question about All-Star Game Managers

    I've always wondered, if a manager goes to the World Series, but f/whichever reason, isn't w/that same team by the following ASG, who manages that league's team? If he's w/another team, does the new manager of that team manage the ASG? Thx!!! :D :) Brad

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    10-29-02 12:01 AM Go to last post
  18. Scioscia suggests shortening season

    Scioscia suggests shortening season BY KEN PETERS Associated Press Oct. 27, 2002 6:56 p.m. http://foxsports.lycos.com/content/view?contentId=728956 ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) With 30 spring games, 162 in the regular season and a three-round postseason that has gone to a World Series Game 7, the Anaheim Angels' and San Francisco Giants' pitching has worn thin. Anaheim manager Mike Scioscia has a suggestion: fewer games. "I think with three rounds of playoffs, there's a strong case to...

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    10-28-02 11:32 PM Go to last post
  19. This One's For YOU, Chris Russo. ENJOY!!

    Too sweet for words. Everybody stick it to Mad Dog Russo on WFAN Monday. That punk would sit in the studio of WFAN and rag on Yankee fans during our Victory Parades. Hope it hurts, Russo. :finger1:

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    10-28-02 08:27 PM Go to last post

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