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Here are the last ten comments made by our members:

Nelson Cruz
1 minute ago
.226/.307/.429 at home .312/.375/.644 on the road coming into tonite.

He was really tearing it up on the road til the west coast swing they just finished where he went 5 for 36 with a HR.

14 minutes ago
Extra innings wear me out. Going to 11th.

Gary Thorne just announced, and I'm too tired to check, that Cruz is hitting .222 at home and .316 on the road, 10 HR at Camden Yards, and 19 on the road. That's interesting. he was supposed to benefit from hitting in Camden Yards almost as much as he liked it in Texas.
Marcus Stroman
35 minutes ago
Scouts don't like him as a starter because he's a normal sized human, not a freakshow pitcher in the 6'6" range or taller. Well, he's looking damn good. Almost all of his bad innings were when he was brought up and sent in to pitch in the middle of the game, when he had expected to be a starter. He's getting stronger and stronger as the year goes on. When he's on the mound he's at least 6 feet tall.
Jason Lane
about 3 hours ago
Since it was 1945 I'm guessing shortage of quality pitching due to WW2 and with Foxx being an occasional catcher over the course of his career he had the arm to do it.

That plus a combination of declining skills as hitter due to either a drinking problem or a sinus condition depending on the source.
Matt Cain
about 5 hours ago
Visiting Dr. Andrews. That is never good.

That Peavy trade makes a lot of sense, now.
Billy Burns
about 9 hours ago
course that was G/L/F

about 9 hours ago
nice way to start your major league career, with a line drive, even if it is an out. don't see many G/F/L at 0/100/0
Jake Peavy
about 10 hours ago
If the Sox finish last on both sides of their World Series win, that would certainly be a first. And a bargain with the devil that any team would make.

about 12 hours ago
Sentiment was probably not part of the trading decision, but I thought my Home Towne Team did a solid giving JP an all expense paid trip to the Bay Area and the NL West.
Etched forever in our hearts for 2013. The improbable run on (almost) a parallel with 1967.
Brett Gardner
about 12 hours ago
Two homers off Yu Darvish? What's he eating?

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