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Mar 22nd 2012 12:39PM I tried this with my cat and got 15 hours of video of the couch!
Feb 14th 2011 9:39PM Right now,the Mets will be lucky if they can afford to keep the hotdog vendors let alone Albert. PS-Babe Ruth was the best hitter of all time, but Albert is DAMN good!
Aug 30th 2010 8:24AM He recently did a terrific interview with Bob Costas on MLB Network's Studio 42-you can probably see it on YouTube ior Google it.
Jul 22nd 2010 2:18PM Sorry, we get sad lamenting the great players and mangers who've won all those WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS. Did not mean to spoil your thoughtless comment.
Jul 17th 2010 7:29AM Mr. Steinbrenner did many things over his tenure, probably as many good as bad. But the on thing he did the best was to return the New York Yankees to the utmost pinacle of the demand for excellence in all sports. Every team in MB is affected positively and negatively by the Yankees-every city the Yankees visit generate income by the bigger crowds who come to hate or admire them-but that bigger money is generated by the higher ticket prices by the Yankee free-spending that George pioneered. The absurd money the Yankees make generates revenue sharing for everyone, yet that same money allows the Yankees to simply squash all competetion. Its an amazing diconomy, one that will never be repeated.
May 4th 2010 9:34AM YOU are a dope! I play in a senior mens baseball league and BOTH the teams I play on feature women players who are as good if not better than many of the men. And before you say something stupid (which I'm sure you will) like "the men must not be very good", why not put your money with your dumb-ass mouth is and come down and try it yourself! Dumb-ass!
Apr 14th 2010 12:58PM Why not do what Euro Soccer does and have entire leagues based on gradings. The "Primiere League" would be the upper echelon of clubs, the "Pro League" would be the mid level and so on. Each league could consist of 10 teams, each with the top five making the playoffs. At the end of the "seasons", the teams that finished high in their leagie would move up to the next level and the lower finishers would drop down. In some cases, teams would stay put from season to season while others could move up and down as their talent increases decreases.
Mar 22nd 2010 9:39AM No such luck-I'm an engineer and the Engineering News Record did a complete write up of the place and from reviewing the available documents, the place is strictly an outfoor venue from now until the next stadium gets built. My guess is that in the event of utterly horrid weather during the playoffs, you could still go back to the Metrodome.
Mar 18th 2010 3:04PM On top of that, the punishment should be in "game starts" (for a strating pitcher)not number of games-a 4 or 5 game suspension usually equals one start, or sometimes none if the schedule works out. Make it a designated number of starts for a starting pitcher, say 2 at a minimum and 3 or more if the batter was hurt.
Dec 7th 2009 12:25PM As was the Brooklyn Bridge, the Empire State Building, most of NASA's pioneering technology, and Disney World!