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This should be fun thread as this is becoming more and more regular. The real key to avoiding home series' sweeps is Friday night games, because Saturday's and Sunday's are just about a done deal.
"You are slowly seeing a trend that follows the "Lovable Losable Cubs." Fans just don't care."
My thoughts exactly! Perhaps we are flawed because we don't simply enjoy the game; win or lose. Seems that tens of thousands want to go to Coors to see baseball and don't care one way or another as to the outcome of the game. These fans probably have no idea that they are witnessing the worst pitching staff in all of baseball and a team that loses roughly twince as many games as they win - and they are fine with not knowing...
"And that is why you will never see the Rockies fire O'Dowd. Colorado doesn't have baseball fans, it has Rockie fans. They have money, don't know a base hit from a foul ball, but just enjoy a day at the park"
That is funny coming from you "WR" the biggest homey of all of us. I am a homey, don't have a bunch of money an definately know the difference between a foul ball and a base hit. Look I'm just a Rockies fan and will continue to be one and hope for the best.
I wouldn't say the Giants were "lucky" in winning their world series - did we watch the same series?
The Giants were HOT. Pitchers dominant. The real 2010 postseason for the Giants was against the Braves and Phillies. Very hard fought matches. The world series was boring. Texas was gassed. Giants were still riding high.
There's a certain amount of luck involved in anything, especially with baseball. But, in the case of 2010 postseason it was because the Giants were hot and had amazing pitching to silence opponents' offense.
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Ha,ha. Comedy hour is in full swing.
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