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    Quote Originally Posted by jd25213 View Post
    Well that was a great opening night to the NFL season.


    Just FYI, if we had done the fantasy league, I probably would have taken Kareem Hunt early.
    Well, I doubt losing Eric berry for the season; or so it seems.. Makes it a great night for your Team. Regardless of beating the pats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCSownsU View Post
    Well, I doubt losing Eric berry for the season; or so it seems.. Makes it a great night for your Team. Regardless of beating the pats.
    Feel awful for Berry. Seems like a class act and he beat cancer to come back and play at an all pro level, now this. It sucks.
    That said, still a huge win. I'm not a Chiefs fan but I sure as hell loved watching them win tonight. Props to Alex Smith too. Maybe drafting Maholmes lit a bit of a fire under him. We will find out in the coming weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goingfor28 View Post
    Feel awful for Berry. Seems like a class act and he beat cancer to come back and play at an all pro level, now this. It sucks.
    That said, still a huge win. I'm not a Chiefs fan but I sure as hell loved watching them win tonight. Props to Alex Smith too. Maybe drafting Maholmes lit a bit of a fire under him. We will find out in the coming weeks.

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    That's a big loss for the chiefs but damn. 21 pt 4th is impressive.

    It's so ****ing nice to end the "could the Patriots go 16-0" in the first game of the season




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    Most strikeouts by LHP, MLB history:

    1) Randy Johnson, 4,875
    2) Steve Carlton, 4,136
    3) Mickey Lolich, 2,832
    4) CC Sabathia, 2,831 👀
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    Sanchez’s 31st homer set a franchise record for catchers, passing Yogi Berra and Jorge Posada.

    Sanchez set the record despite spending time on the disabled list earlier this season with a biceps strain.
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    New York Yankees‏Verified account @Yankees 4m4 minutes ago

    Friday fun facts (Part 3): El Kraken leads MLB catchers in HR (31), RBI (85), runs (74), SLG (.544) and OPS (.893).

    New York Yankees‏Verified account @Yankees

    Friday fun facts (Part 2): Judge and Sanchez are the 1st pair of Yankees teammates age 25-or-younger to each hit at least 31 HR in a season.
    Last edited by drt1010; 09-15-2017 at 03:59 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drt1010 View Post
    New York Yankees‏Verified account @Yankees 4m4 minutes ago

    Friday fun facts (Part 3): El Kraken leads MLB catchers in HR (31), RBI (85), runs (74), SLG (.544) and OPS (.893).

    New York Yankees‏Verified account @Yankees

    Friday fun facts (Part 2): Judge and Sanchez are the 1st pair of Yankees teammates age 25-or-younger to each hit at least 31 HR in a season.
    Wonder where he could be at if he wasn't injured.

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    Most homers as a Yankees shortstop, single season:

    24 Derek Jeter 1999
    23 Didi Gregorius 2017
    23 Derek Jeter 2004
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    And Didi missed almost all of April

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    This is getting too "on topic".

    Allow me to interject. Oak, how's Hildawg's new book so far?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Costanza View Post
    This is getting too "on topic".

    Allow me to interject. Oak, how's Hildawg's new book so far?
    He said that he loved it. He called it a "one hand page turner". He is gratifying himself with each page he turns and can't get enough. He also said he's especially impressed with her insight and honesty. THat's the biggest turn on for him




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    Jake Kaplan‏Verified account @jakemkaplan
    Top starter ERAs post AS break
    1. Kluber 1.92
    2. Verlander 2.04
    3. Severino 2.09
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