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    What a GREAT game tonight between the Mets and the Braves!! Oh, who won again??

    THE METS!

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    Good for the Mets. Its a long season bud.
     
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    Long season full of Mets wins and Braves losses.
     
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    Slow your roll, Dave ...

    The Mets are under .500 and still gasping for air after choking the last two seasons.
     
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    Every single team that has won the world series starts off their first month below .500. This isn't football.
     
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    Baseball's almost as exciting as golf.
     
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    lol wut?

    April Records of Recent World Champions

    2008 Phillies 15-13
    2007 Red Sox 16-8
    2006 Cardinals 17-8
    2005 White Sox 17-7
    2004 Red Sox 15-6
    2003 Marlins 14-15
    2002 Angels 11-14
     
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    The only part of this that is true is the part about baseball not being football. The thing is that I know my Braves have a tough season ahead of them. I would be happy with 2nd or 3rd in the division. Your Mets are probably gonna be strong in next few months and then get complacent and choke when the Phillies kick it in gear. How are you going to deal with that? Not well is my guess. Atlanta has owned your Mets since the early 90's. You won a game. Good for the Mets. Go talk shit somewhere else.
     
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    counting our chickens, no?
     
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    you're an idiot.

    The 1984 Detroit Tigers won the 1984 World Series, defeating the San Diego Padres, 4 games to 1. The season was their 84th since they entered the American League in 1901 and their fourth World Series championship. Detroit relief pitcher Willie Hernandez won the Cy Young Award and was chosen as the American League Most Valuable Player. The 1984 season is also notable for the Tigers leading the AL East division wire-to-wire. They opened with a 10-1 start, were 35-5 after 40 games, and never relinquished the lead during the entire season.

    April 29: Dan Petry pitches 8 scoreless innings, and the Tigers beat the Indians, 6-1. Alan Trammell hits a double to extend his hitting streak to 17 games. The Tigers finish the month of April with a record of 18-2.

    1984 Detroit Tigers season - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    you should stick to something you know, like whining :lol:
     
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