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Title: Ok, Dusty, So Does THAT Mean...
Post by: Alkie on October 01, 2005, 10:35:42 pm
Baker had said that the only thing his team was scrapping and playing hard for was a .500 record.

Well, you can kiss that goodbye.  Best they can do now is 2 games under.  

Soooooooo..........

Does that mean the regulars will play tomorrow?  How long will Maddux go?
Title: Re: Ok, Dusty, So Does THAT Mean...
Post by: homer on October 01, 2005, 11:45:06 pm
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Baker had said that the only thing his team was scrapping and playing hard for was a .500 record.

Well, you can kiss that goodbye.  Best they can do now is 2 games under.  

Soooooooo..........

Does that mean the regulars will play tomorrow?  How long will Maddux go?





Dusty is a piece of shit. He might talk the talk about not wanting to be a spoiler, but deep down he'd like nothing better.
Title: Re: Ok, Dusty, So Does THAT Mean...
Post by: HurricaneDavid on October 02, 2005, 02:20:23 am
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He might talk the talk about not wanting to be a spoiler, but deep down he'd like nothing better.




Can you blame him?
Title: Re: Ok, Dusty, So Does THAT Mean...
Post by: HudsonHawk on October 02, 2005, 02:57:56 am
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Dusty is a piece of shit. He might talk the talk about not wanting to be a spoiler, but deep down he'd like nothing better.





Wanting your team to play hard and win makes you a piece of shit?
Title: Re: Ok, Dusty, So Does THAT Mean...
Post by: rifraft on October 02, 2005, 10:42:17 am
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Wanting your team to play hard and win makes you a piece of shit?





No, but he's a piece of shit anyway.
Title: Re: Ok, Dusty, So Does THAT Mean...
Post by: Col. Sphinx Drummond on October 02, 2005, 10:51:22 am
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Dusty is a piece of shit. He might talk the talk about not wanting to be a spoiler, but deep down he'd like nothing better.





Wanting your team to play hard and win makes you a piece of shit?





No, of course not, if so, by proxy, all fans must be pieces of shit. My question is, does managing the Cubs make you a piece of shit?
Title: Re: Ok, Dusty, So Does THAT Mean...
Post by: UpTooLate on October 02, 2005, 12:11:28 pm
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No, of course not, if so, by proxy, all fans must be pieces of shit. My question is, does managing the Cubs make you a piece of shit?





Interesting question.  Granted most cub fans are pieces of shit either because they are bandwaggoners or lovable loser mentality.  Some cub players are pieces of shit (Barrett), some are not (Lee).  Dusty Baker is a piece of shit (for reasons other than playing to be a spoiler).  The question becomes: Will a manager who is NOT a piece of shit convert the cub fans/players or will they convert him?  I lean toward thinking the fans would convert the manager.