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Snakes at Padres 9/19- 9/21

Discussion in 'All Other Sports' started by rexy2006, Sep 19, 2006.

  1. rexy2006

    rexy2006 Well-Known Member

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    Coach told us that Klesko, yes KLESKO, is being activated Wednesday.:icon_eek:

    Also, Chan Ho and Scott Williamson are throwing simulated games on Wednesday...:)

    We also found out last night that Klesko has already SOLD his downtown condo digs...
     
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    rexy2006 Well-Known Member

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    Agreed.:icon_mrgreen:
     
  3. Johnny Lightning

    Johnny Lightning Go Bolts

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    I have never liked him :no:
     
  4. rexy2006

    rexy2006 Well-Known Member

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    Near the end of Tuesday night's game, the crowd, with the help of the ballpark's sound system, did the "BEAT LA" cheer.:yes:

    It was all good.:tup:
     
  5. Johnny Lightning

    Johnny Lightning Go Bolts

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    Homer :lol:
     
  6. rexy2006

    rexy2006 Well-Known Member

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    If you'd been there, you woulda been doing it too and you know it.:yes:
     
  7. Johnny Lightning

    Johnny Lightning Go Bolts

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    You know me to all to well :lol:
     
  8. HollywoodLeo

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    ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!

    I have had it with these mutha ****in snakes in this mutha ****in park!
     
  9. rexy2006

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    WORD Leo!:yes: So has Boomer!

    Pitching Matchup for Game 2:

    SD: LHP David Wells (2-4, 4.71 ERA)
    Wells has walked two batters so far in his 16 innings of work with the Padres this season.

    ARI: RHP Edgar Gonzalez (1-3, 5.26 ERA)
    Gonzalez is making his fourth start of the season, and his eighth appearance for the Diamondbacks in 2006. He pitched an inning of relief on Sept. 16, without allowing a run in a 16-inning affair with Colorado.
    Scouting Report:
    Gonzalez pitched well in his last start on Sept. 6 against the Marlins but luck was not on his side as his opponent, Anibal Sanchez, completed a no-hitter. Gonzalez, who replaced a struggling Enrique Gonzalez in the starting rotation for the remainder of the season, gave up a pair of runs on five hits over six innings.

    Boomer has not been on top of his game, or his killer curve ball, since turning his right ankle running the bases in his Padres debut. He maneuvered his way through five innings against the Dodgers on Friday night, losing a duel with Greg Maddux as he gave up six hits and two earned runs. Wells feels he'll figure out a way to work through the ankle sprain, but it clearly bothered him in each of his past two starts. His command is not as superb as usual, but the big man is still capable of winning big games.


    Player to watch
    Center fielder Eric Byrnes is .462 (6-for-13) lifetime against Wells with a double and a home run. Wells has struck out Byrnes just twice.
     
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    lets sweep those damned snakes and get trevor the record before the pads leave town!
    And hopefully the dodgers will still sink!
     
  11. BFISA

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    word!!:icon_mrgreen:
     
  12. KimPossible

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    :icon_eek: :icon_eek: :icon_eek: I'm officially counteracting that hope! And I believe the official term is the "foogin Dodgers."
     
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    I'm rooting for the mutha ****in snakes lol!!!! :icon_eek: :icon_banana:
     
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    :mad:
     
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    your getting on people's bad side here in the baseball thread
     
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    Would not be the first time. :icon_eek: My heartfelt apologies....
     
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    Kim's a Duds fan... I'd expect her to be rooting for the Snakes... I'd be too... if I were a Duds fan... :icon_shrug: Ewww, such a horrible thought... :icon_rofl:

    j/k Kim :icon_wink:
     
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    Pads are down 3-1 to the Snakes, in the bottom of the 3rd. :icon_sad: :tdown:
     
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    foogin dodgers are losin 2-0, bottom 3rd!!:tup:

    Go Buckos!!:icon_mrgreen:
     
  20. compubolt

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    :lol: the fu cking dodgers can suck my dick. They will choke for the rest of the season. CHOKE
     
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    c0ck smokers is thier name:icon_evil:
     
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    The Pads have imploded, and are behind 8-1, toppa the 7th. :icon_eek: :icon_sad: :no: :tdown: :icon_evil:
     
  23. Johnny Lightning

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    The Fakes are killing us [​IMG]
     
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    Some happier news for Pads fans everywhere, however...the foogin dodgers are trailin the Buckos 6-2, toppa the 7th. :icon_mrgreen: :tup:
     
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    thanx for sharin that, Bro!!:icon_eek:
     
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    bad game today
    we'll get em tomorrow
     
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    Yup!!:tup:
     
  28. Johnny Lightning

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    Word :tup:
     
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    foogin dodgers lose 6-4 to the Pirates!!:lol: :tup: :icon_rofl:
     
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    Well, the Padres truly suxored in Wednesday night's game. Luckily the foogin Dodgers lost to the Pie-rats that night as well.

    Perhaps Thursday night's matchup will come out in the Padres' favor. We watched Woody pitch in LA last Saturday and he was the Man. Webb is one tough cookie and the Padres have struggled against him before:

    ARI: RHP Brandon Webb (16-6, 2.92 ERA)
    In 25 1/3 innings in September, Webb has struck out 23 batters and walked three.

    SD: RHP Woody Williams (9-5, 3.69 ERA)
    Williams coasted through his last outing after the Padres gave him an 11-run cushion after just three innings. He gave up one run over six innings for his ninth win.

    Scouting Report:
    After a bumpy first inning, Webb settled down and earned his 16th win of the season. Webb allowed three straight singles and an earned run (which was scored on a botched pick-off attempt) to begin the game. But from the second to the first out of the sixth, Webb retired 13 straight batters and the Arizona ace allowed one run on six hits in his fifth complete game of the season. He also recorded ten strikeouts.

    Williams once again was on top of his game against the Dodgers on Saturday night, holding them scoreless through six innings after surrendering a leadoff homer to Rafael Furcal. Williams surrendered five hits and two walks, striking out four and making the right pitch for the situation to escape jams. At 40, he looks and feels almost as good as he ever has, establishing himself as the club's most reliable starter down the stretch.

    Player to watch:icon_eek:
    Diamondbacks first baseman Conor Jackson is in his first Major League season, and Williams has been in the big leagues since 1993. Jackson seems to have little trouble with the matchup, however, hitting .500 (4-for-8) with two home runs, a walk and no strikeouts against Williams.
     

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