Does this mean Justin Verlander isn't a ace when he lost game 1 of the 2011 ALCS?
Does this mean Roy Halladay isn't a ace when he lost game 5 of the 2011 NLDS?
you guys dont got the point.
Verlander vs Sabathia.Halladay vs Sabathia.Haren vs Sabathia.Weaver vs Sabathia.
And so on, for some reason he looks overmatched on those matches.
You have some nice points. Unfortunately though, your poor sentence structure and occasional spelling mishaps void said nice points.
But Phil is a bum, yes he is.
I do have to agree with you that my spelling is not the best, and I believe we all make spelling mistakes when typing on the internet. And I actually admit that I flunked english when I was a junior in High School. But on the same note, and not being very well educated, only high school. I have invested my money wisely, worked for the same company in sales for 29 years, 32 years ago a friend of mine and I bought some land, 346.8 acres to be exact for $780 per acre, and just recently sold 246.8 acres for $7000 per acre, which is a fair profit, we sold it to my partners sons, as long as they left it as it is, a beautiful untouched hunting and game preserve. I live in South Dakota, so we had to keep 50 acres each, so we still get our Buck license each year, without applying. So I guess I really don't mind some constructive correctness now and then. And if you don't believe me, and you know bomber7, he will be happy to confirm this with you. But I am glad that you think of Phill Hughes as I do. It just seems to me that Giradi is willing to hang onto pitchers longer than he should, and Burnett it a good example. Have a nice day.
Thank you my friend, and I agree that every now and then we get one of those you now who, that browses the board, and then you never see them again, and I agree that this is a place for people who know baseball, sadly though it's getting to full of the other kind, and I guess that's why I don't spend as much time here as I used to. Thanks for the compliment, and the same back at you. Hope things are well with you and your family.