Posts Tagged ‘Albert Pujols’

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How to get fired, by Jerry Manuel…Part 3

April 17, 2010

  

Raul Valdez let up a Grand-Slam, dooming the Mets in St. Louis

 

Jerry Manuel needs to be fired TODAY.  It’s bad enough to have an incompetent GM who possesses a LOSER’s mentality but Jerry Manuel proved Friday night he is just as moronic as Omar Minaya.  

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Omar Minaya breathes confidence into the Mets

April 16, 2010

 

Albert Pujols awaits Oliver Perez tonight

In an interview Friday morning with Sports Illustrated, Omar Minaya had strong expectations for the Metropolitans entering their series with Albert Pujols, Chris Carperter, Adam Wainwright and the rest of the Cardinals.  Read the rest of this entry ?

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You’re as useless as an a$$hole right here (points to elbow) ahhh..Fantasy Baseball Begins!

March 23, 2010

Go See Rocket shes got a job for ya

To say my friends are an eclectic bunch is an understatement. We’ve got black folks, brown folks (Filipinos are brown skinned dammit!), yellow folks and of course the sprinkle of white folks. Not that it matters, I think we all have a common interest in girls, piff, cars, video games, clothing and of course sports. However, that does not stop us from ribbing each other with momma jokes, ethnic jokes and your’e not working tomorrow jokes. There are simply no rules, and if someone goes over the line its usually duked out by fists or lawn care tools in Dads backyard.

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5 keys to drafting your Fantasy Baseball team

March 22, 2010

After completing my eleventh fantasy baseball draft last night, it became even more apparent that you never know what to expect. Fantasy football and basketball pretty much go as planned, but baseball is really in a league of its own.  Read the rest of this entry ?

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Torii Hunter is a racist

March 12, 2010

What an idiot

Dear Torii Hunter,

I used to respect you. Actually, I kinda admired you as a ball player. I thought you played the game the way it was meant to be played, with integrity and pride. You were one of the good guys. Those days are done though. You’re officially on my shit list.

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2010 Fantasy Baseball Top 50

March 11, 2010

#1-Hanley Ramirez-SS-FLA- What’s not to love about Han-Ram?  Given the shallowness at the shortstop position for the 2010 season and the monstrous numbers he put up in ’09 (.342 BA, 101 R’s, 24 HR’s, 106 RBI’s, 27 SB, .410 OBP), Hanley’s value is “through the roof”.  Oh yeah, I almost forgot, he’s only 26 and it’s very possible he hasn’t even met his potential yet. How scary is that?

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Fantasy Forecasts and Predictions for 2010

January 15, 2010

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The top 10 athletes of the 2000’s….No. 1

December 23, 2009

"Quiet, for the serve"

The countdown is about to come to a close, and this tennis player was the most dominant athlete of the 2000’s.  Many lists picked Tiger Woods, Michael Phelps, or even Tom Brady to claim this spot, but many also did not realize what my number 1 athlete accomplished over the past 10 years.   As of September, 2009, he is ranked world number 1 by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), having previously held the number one position for a record 237 consecutive weeks.   Many sports analysts, tennis critics, former and current players consider this athlete to be the greatest tennis player of all time and one of the greatest athletes the sports world has ever seen. 

The number 1 athlete of the 2000’s after the jump!

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The top 10 athletes of the 2000’s…..No. 8

December 14, 2009

No stranger to Homerun Derby's

The past decade in baseball will be refered to by most as the “steroids era,”  as there were few star players who excelled in the 2000’s without being linked to HGH and/or other performance enhancing drugs.  Nonetheless, the number 8 athlete is considered one of the greatest players ever, without the aid of steroids.   Likewise, this athlete ranks within the top 15 players in major league history in on-base percentage (twelfth), slugging percentage (fourth), on-base plus slugging (OPS; fourth), and adjusted OPS (tied for sixth) before the age of 30. 

The number 8 athlete after the jump!

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It’s 5 O’Clock Somewhere

November 24, 2009

Throwback

Afternoon Bits n’ Pieces

– Two straight, Pujols wins consecutive NL MVP

– I’m ready for war, Big Ben to play despite concussion

– The hits keep on coming, Clausen hit by Notre Dam fan at bar

– Beef in the nations capital, Arenas calls out teammate Butler

– No sweat shops for us, NBA’s jersey maker to move operations to Asia

– Waiting game, Yanks aren’t expecting quick decision from Pettitte

– Flagrant hitting, NHL suspends Larque 5 games