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Here’s The Problem With Boston Fans

Now, I know what you’re thinking; How can anyone assume that there is only ONE problem with Boston fans. If I were to be more specific I guess I would re-title this post, The Main Problem With Boston Fans. But … Continue reading

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Boone And PEDY Bear – 04/08/01

After an inauspicious start to the 2001 season, someone decided to flip the power switch on Bret Boone’s season. Or squeeze the needle plunger. Whichever way you like to look at it. Here is Boone’s first correspondence following his first … Continue reading

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Where Were They Then – Kent Bottenfield – 1999

If one were ever to question the genius of former St. Louis and current Cincinnati GM Walt Jocketty, I present you the offseason between 1999 and 2000. During that fateful spring Waltzin’ Walt traded staff ace Kent Bottenfield to the … Continue reading

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The Carlos Zambrano Situation – According To A Cubs Fan

I, the Stew, am a Cubs fan. My favorite player is Mark Grace, think Ron Santo should be in the HOF and drink Old Style at Wrigley even though it tastes like pee-pee. After a few days to process this … Continue reading

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Matt Diaz Adds To His Previous Levels Of Awesomeness

Ten bucks says that the guy in the silly red suit is a lefty. How else would Diaz have hit him so hard?

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Remember That Time I Was Talking About Matt Murton?

You’ll rue the day you turned your back on Matt Murton. Teams in Chicago, Oakland and Colorado already are ruing so super hard. I mean, you’re going to tell me that Oakland doesn’t have a spot on their roster for … Continue reading

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A Couple Monday Videos

In light of Tyler Colvin’s season ending (good luck next year, Ty!) kebabing, here’s a hate filled propaganda film against the majestic Maple. Start sewing on the yellow stars: Am I the only one who thought about this when they … Continue reading

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It’s settled, Tyler Colvin is not a vampire

Well, it might officially be time to start selling your stock in maple.  The danger of maple bats has long been a hot topic in Major League Baseball, and given the way they often break into sharp wooden weapons, one … Continue reading

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