Just watched him get out of a bases loaded jam.
I like seeing what he can do against a top 5 offense.
Hamilton, according to the fourth and final update released Monday, has 7,310,824 votes. The record for the most votes was set last year by Blue Jays outfielder Jose Bautista, who received 7,454,753 votes.
So with four days remaining in the balloting -- voting ends Thursday at 11:59 p.m. ET -- the Rangers center fielder is a mere 143,929 votes from the record. His vote total rose by almost 1.9 million in the past week.
Dodgers at Giants...free MLB.tv game of the day
Tigers at Rangers on ESPN
Fister vs Oswalt
I couldn't agree more. Any sport where it is that much of a monumental effort to score a point and many games go scoreless is pointless.
Nothing even builds to it either, in a matter of a couple seconds a scoring chance is over and it's kicked back out to the middle. It's just a simplistic cheap sport that's popular because any idiot can figure it out in a couple minutes and all you need to play is a ball, (if even that, I'm sure garbage or rocks work about the same).
I agree on soccer, but as far as the "Any sport where it is that much of a monumental effort to score a point" thing goes, I kind of disagree, because that's kind of like hockey. Hockey is much higher intensity though, they're constantly moving and beating each other just to get to the puck, it's quite exciting.
If soccer was anything like that, wel...then it's probably also be hockey. Soccer blows.
Very true. I guess I just equate them in style because they have similar rules.
Hockey is better though. Soccer thread would get beat up on here.