Type: Posts; User: Seattle4Ever
Well, now. But either way. Comparing Ruth and Ortiz is dumb. Ruth would be a poor defensive outfielder.
CC and especially Panda are extremely athletic given their size. Panda plays third base, and well. Ortiz plays first base.
Let's not act like steroids don't have an immense effect on players. Sure, Bonds still was an elite player, but it helps not only their performance on the field and in the weight room, but injuries...
I personally think there's no way it's Ruth. Best of his era, but players have gotten muuuuch better.
I think I'd have to say Bonds* or healthy Griffey Jr. (Unfortunately he wasn't healthy.)
Let's not talk about jerseys...
They look awesome in person.
And yeah, I have a teal one.
I like the Steelheads unis a lot. I think the M's have done really well on uniforms in general. Think it's about time to get new ones.
I'm not worried about our pitching. It will all normalize, just like Cruz will slow his rampant pace.
And if they do they just don't want to allocate their time like that
It's hard for concept albums to match replay value. The vale is in listening to it front to back. People just don't have the time.
Cutch and Sanchez >>>>>
It's a great anecdote
I mean, it's not like it has to be one or the other. I'm sure there was more than one thing.
Anyways, TPAB is ****ing amazing. Conceptually, one of the best albums for a long, long time.
I agree with this. I haven't listened to it enough. Baby Blue is the **** though. Action Bronson is a lot better than he'd seem initially.
Maybe overrated, but FlyLo is damn good.
Album was inspired by Flying Lotus' beats. FlyLo is the ****.
Supposedly he's been sitting on a finished product since June. From what I've heard like him it sounds like otherwise.
Shannon Drayer cares to oblige ;) LOL.
:( No Lloyd
LOL dammit. She's nasty without knowing about it as it is...
I will say, it is a little confusing when people let spring decide things for them. (This isn't aimed at you, jej.) Like when they say, "Oh spring training stats don't matter," but then when...