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Pujols

Discussion in 'All Other Sports' started by LT teh ghost, Oct 18, 2005.

  1. LT teh ghost

    LT teh ghost Well-Known Member

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    That had to be the greatest homerun that i have ever seen........what an ending to that game....if that doesn't swing the momentum then nothing will
     
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  2. BengalFan

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    412 ft BOMB!!

    Well I have to admit I didn't see anything in that game until Pujols stepped to the plate. I have got to be the luckiest guy on the planet. I should play the Lotto tonight.

    I just finished a siganture for ChargerRay when my wife came in and said, ..."you can have the TV." So i plopped down on the couch to watch the game. I saw 1 pitch to Pujols and BAM-A-LA-BAM The ball disappeared into the Houston sky. That was great i stood up when he first hit it and yelled, "GET OUT, GET OUT!!" And the ball dropped onto the railroad tracks.

    That was one of the greatest clutch home runs I have ever seen. Tony LaRussa called him the Great PUJOLS. Well one thing is for sure, it was awesome.

    For those of you who missed it....

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    If the roof had been retracted the ball would have been clear out of the ballpark.
     
  3. ChargerRay

    ChargerRay Moving on.... Staff Member Super Moderator Podcaster

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    I couldn't belive it. It reminded me of Steve Garvey's home run back in '84 for the Pads extending the NLCS with the Cubs.
     

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