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  • #61
    Originally posted by yodachu
    Originally posted by 4pAc
    Originally posted by yodachu
    Originally posted by 4pAc
    Originally posted by yodachu
    Originally posted by duckseason
    The title of the thread is basically an oxymoron. Cards are the champs. Nothing "worst" about them. They showed tremendous heart, and caught a few breaks. Only way to know if they would lose to previous champs, is to let them play eachother. This team has plenty of talent. They deserve full credit.
    Baseball's a joke nowadays though, so who really gives a rat's ass?
    The first five lines of your post are excellent.
    I think the last sentence was pure gold and truthful too
    If u don't like baseball, why do u post in baseball threads then?
    I like baseball, just not the world series. I enjoyed the conference finals and I do think calling one the worst champioship team ever sounds dumb.
    Thank u, I understand, u are 1 of those 500 billion who didn't like these last 2 WS cuz had nothing to do with the Yankees or Red Sox.
    Not true, I just didn''t watch the last two for some reason... But seriously in major sports conference games are sometimes better than world series

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    • #62
      Originally posted by sweetness34
      Originally posted by thetedginnshow
      Originally posted by yodachu
      Originally posted by thetedginnshow
      Originally posted by sweetness34
      Originally posted by thetedginnshow
      2005 White Sox.
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      Considering we dominated the regular season (up until the end) and went 12-1 during the postseason, yea I can see that.

      Our pitching absolutely murdered opposing offenses last year. 4 straight complete games against the Angels in the ALCS, are you kidding me? Plus we had a great defensive squad and a good hitting squad. We did come out of nowhere but our pitching is what won us that ring. Timely clutch hitting and great bullpen performances added to that success as well.

      We had arguably the most dominant postseason peformance of any team in baseball history. And we should have gone 12-0 if we could've been able to field the ball in Game 1 in the ALCS.
      Considering the Angels got screwed over on game-changing plays in three consecutive games, yeah, it sure was dominant.
      Not really, the Angles couldn't hit the Sox pitching if they were throwing out of their asses.
      Correction. Vlad Guerrero couldn't. The rest of them weren't doing too shabby.
      Which is why our pitchers had 4 straight complete games right, because of "game changing plays"? :roll:
      Well the two aren't directly correlated, and that proves nothing, but sure. But there's no need to argue. Well you can say something else if you'd like, but it doesn't really interest me to talk that much about the Angels or the White Sox.
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