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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by justpassingthru, Apr 5, 2016.
And his career is likely to end in July.
Ok.......Fuck you asshole! That is how political people engage!
I used the Seattle score twice to keep the size consistent instead of resizing it which is more work lol.
We are only 6-7 games in and already Toronto is 1 and 5, only Seattle(1 and 6) and Atlanta(1 and 5) are as bad/worse lol.
SD/COL start in about a half hour.
Go, Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp! Crustacean domination! Woohoo!
Does Forrest Grump own part or all of that team lol ???
Here are the rest of yesterdays scores and the 2 from today so far:
The rest later ...
If i put some money down today....on who would make it to the World Series in 2017......NL - Cubs AL - Astros
Houston I could live with, Cubs not so much. Put the Nationals in their place and I will agree with you lol..
ODDS TO WIN 2017 WORLD SERIES (11/2/17)
Chicago Cubs 4/1
Boston Red Sox 6/1
Cleveland Indians 8/1
Houston Astros 12/1
Los Angeles Dodgers 12/1
New York Mets 12/1
Washington Nationals 12/1
New York Yankees 20/1
Baltimore Orioles 22/1
San Francisco Giants 25/1
Colorado Rockies 30/1
Detroit Tigers 30/1
Texas Rangers 30/1
Toronto Blue Jays 30/1
Arizona Diamondbacks 35/1
Seattle Mariners 35/1
St. Louis Cardinals 35/1
Pittsburgh Pirates 40/1
Kansas City Royals 50/1
Los Angeles Angels 50/1
ODDS TO WIN 2017 NATIONAL LEAGUE PENNANT (11/2/17)
Chicago Cubs 2/1
Los Angeles Dodgers 11/2
New York Mets 11/2
Washington Nationals 11/2
San Francisco Giants 12/1
Colorado Rockies 14/1
Arizona Diamondbacks 16/1
St. Louis Cardinals 17/1
Pittsburgh Pirates 18/1
Miami Marlins 25/1
Cincinnati Reds 50/1
Atlanta Braves 60/1
Milwaukee Brewers 150/1
Philadelphia Phillies 150/1
San Diego Padres 150/1
ODDS TO WIN 2017 AMERICAN LEAGUE PENNANT (11/2/17)
Boston Red Sox 3/1
Cleveland Indians 4/1
Houston Astros 11/2
Baltimore Orioles 10/1
New York Yankees 10/1
Toronto Blue Jays 12/1
Detroit Tigers 15/1
Seattle Mariners 15/1
Texas Rangers 15/1
Kansas City Royals 25/1
Los Angeles Angels 25/1
Tampa Bay Rays 35/1
Minnesota Twins 40/1
Chicago White Sox 50/1
Oakland Athletics 100/1
The main thing I disagree with in those lists RK is that Toronto isn't at the bottom of the list ... they fucking suck big time so far and are the worst team in the entire league by far and had better shake it up. Luckily for them they are the only team right now in Canada so we are obligated by default to support them.
Other than the Jays the Nationals are my fallback team and they are doing well again so far
I hope Montreal hurries up and gets another team lol.
I like the Astro's so far and Baltimore is flying out of the gates ...
It is where the money is as of right now.....
Overall the public is right more times than not....
But baseball sucks until after all-star break and it is a very long season....
It is long but that worked in the Jays favor last year as they came out of nowhere.
I like the Nationals, Baltimore, Cubs and Astros so far. Very entertaining teams
Jays Player makes hell of a play...
The Rangers put a 14-3 beating on the Twins today and the Nationals gave the Rockies a 11-4 beatdown.
The Jays/Cardinals game was postponed. At least they can't lose if they don't play lol.
The Nationals are tops in the league right now followed by Baltimore and then Houston, Arizona and Colorado.Lots of time, they are still 50 games from the all star break and 130 (ish) from the post season.
162 games each equates to 4860 regular season games combined AL/NL ...
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