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Chisox35
10-01-2005, 04:33 PM
Whatever

PAPChiSox729
10-01-2005, 04:33 PM
Whatever

Doesn't matter. We will beat anyone that comes our way.

:cool:

Congrats to them though on it.

gf2020
10-01-2005, 04:33 PM
They are hated across the galaxy, but it doesn't diminish their accomplishments.

Hopefully, we'll see them in the Championship series.

Soxfanspcu11
10-01-2005, 04:34 PM
2 words: "who cares"

4 better words: "who gives a ****"

HotelWhiteSox
10-01-2005, 04:34 PM
Thanks to us, it was reliant on the Indians losing.

Looks like a real good chance that it'll be Boston coming to town on Tuesday

StockdaleForVeep
10-01-2005, 04:34 PM
I still laugh at the morons who said after the first month that the yankees were done

StillMissOzzie
10-01-2005, 04:56 PM
I'm interested in seeing the lineup the Yankmees trot out there tomorrow. Do they play their bench and give Boston a chance to lock down the WC with a victory, or do they play it full strength, going for the win for the chance (if the Tribe can pull one out) of forcing a 1-game playoff with the possibility of knocking Boston out of the post-season entirely?

As far as the Sox are concerned, maybe they'll play their B-team to give the Tribe a chance, to increase the chances of the 1-game WC playoff. Such a playoff would tire out the starters, drain the bullpen, knowing both teams will be playing for their post-season lives. At least that's what I'd do. And who could criticize such a move now, after seeing what the Sox have used to beat the Tribe twice?

NOW IS THE TIME TO START JON AAADKINS!!

SMO
:bandance:

HotelWhiteSox
10-01-2005, 05:05 PM
It's funny because on Yankee boards, they called us bushleague for the lineups we put out there, but they're now probably going to do the same exact thing tomorrow, I hate Yankee fans, I'm sure many of them don't even understand that we were a big reason that they clinched

ilsox7
10-01-2005, 05:06 PM
It's funny because on Yankee boards, they called us bushleague for the lineups we put out there, but they're now probably going to do the same exact thing tomorrow, I hate Yankee fans, I'm sure many of them don't even understand that we were a big reason that they clinched

Torre already said it will be mostly reserves tomorrow and Mussina may not pitch.

PaleHoseGeorge
10-01-2005, 05:16 PM
...I hate Yankee fans, I'm sure many of them don't even understand that we were a big reason that they clinched

The Sox were the reason New York clinched. Entering Friday's games, all three of the Boston games were to decide the AL East title. New York has won just once, but they still clinched STRICTLY BECAUSE the Sox slapped Cleveland twice -- including with the B-team line up.

Now Torre will start his B-team tomorrow and it's Boston who figures to benefit -- but that's okay for reasons only the HYPOCRITES from the East Coast media (and Bruce LevineLine) can explain.

HotelWhiteSox
10-01-2005, 05:52 PM
Love at first sight

http://espn-i.starwave.com/media/apphoto/BXF12510012054.jpg

TDog
10-01-2005, 06:30 PM
I still laugh at the morons who said after the first month that the yankees were done

Look at Baltimore's record now, months after the Orioles racked up a solid lead in the East over the Yankees, and you'll laugh even harder.

gosox3072
10-01-2005, 06:37 PM
Look at Baltimore's record now, months after the Orioles racked up a solid lead in the East over the Yankees, and you'll laugh even harder.

If the trib wants to use the word "choke", i think this is the better example!

TheArmyOfNeems
10-01-2005, 06:43 PM
bahhhh
look at the MLB.com videos
A-Rod's 48th homer: http://mlb.mlb.com/images/icons/video.gif 56K (javascript:void(playMedia2({w_id:'452820',w:'2005/open/topplays/archive10/100105_nyabos_rodriguez_hr_56.wmv',pid: 'mlb_tp',gid: '2005/10/01/nyamlb-bosmlb-1',cid: 'mlb',fid: 'mlb_tp56',v:'2'}))) | 350K (javascript:void(playMedia2({w_id:'452821',w:'2005/open/topplays/archive10/100105_nyabos_rodriguez_hr_350.wmv',pid: 'mlb_tp',gid: '2005/10/01/nyamlb-bosmlb-1',cid: 'mlb',fid: 'mlb_tp350',v:'2'})))
Alex Rodriguez hit a Monster shot for his AL-leading 48th dinger of the year.
Sheffield's two-run homer: http://mlb.mlb.com/images/icons/video.gif 56K (javascript:void(playMedia2({w_id:'452812',w:'2005/open/topplays/archive10/100105_nyabos_sheffield_hr_56.wmv',pid: 'mlb_tp',gid: '2005/10/01/nyamlb-bosmlb-1',cid: 'mlb',fid: 'mlb_tp56',v:'2'}))) | 350K (javascript:void(playMedia2({w_id:'452813',w:'2005/open/topplays/archive10/100105_nyabos_sheffield_hr_350.wmv',pid: 'mlb_tp',gid: '2005/10/01/nyamlb-bosmlb-1',cid: 'mlb',fid: 'mlb_tp350',v:'2'})))
Manny's two-run homer: http://mlb.mlb.com/images/icons/video.gif 56K (javascript:void(playMedia2({w_id:'452814',w:'2005/open/topplays/archive10/100105_nyabos_ramirez_hr_56.wmv',pid: 'mlb_tp',gid: '2005/10/01/nyamlb-bosmlb-1',cid: 'mlb',fid: 'mlb_tp56',v:'2'}))) | 350K (javascript:void(playMedia2({w_id:'452815',w:'2005/open/topplays/archive10/100105_nyabos_ramirez_hr_350.wmv',pid: 'mlb_tp',gid: '2005/10/01/nyamlb-bosmlb-1',cid: 'mlb',fid: 'mlb_tp350',v:'2'})))
Matsui's solo homer: http://mlb.mlb.com/images/icons/video.gif 56K (javascript:void(playMedia2({w_id:'452816',w:'2005/open/topplays/archive10/100105_nyabos_matsui_hr_56.wmv',pid: 'mlb_tp',gid: '2005/10/01/nyamlb-bosmlb-1',cid: 'mlb',fid: 'mlb_tp56',v:'2'}))) | 350K (javascript:void(playMedia2({w_id:'452817',w:'2005/open/topplays/archive10/100105_nyabos_matsui_hr_350.wmv',pid: 'mlb_tp',gid: '2005/10/01/nyamlb-bosmlb-1',cid: 'mlb',fid: 'mlb_tp350',v:'2'})))
Sheffield's sliding catch: http://mlb.mlb.com/images/icons/video.gif 56K (javascript:void(playMedia2({w_id:'452818',w:'2005/open/topplays/archive10/100105_nyabos_sheffield_catch_56.wmv',pid: 'mlb_tp',gid: '2005/10/01/nyamlb-bosmlb-1',cid: 'mlb',fid: 'mlb_tp56',v:'2'}))) | 350K (javascript:void(playMedia2({w_id:'452819',w:'2005/open/topplays/archive10/100105_nyabos_sheffield_catch_350.wmv',pid: 'mlb_tp',gid: '2005/10/01/nyamlb-bosmlb-1',cid: 'mlb',fid: 'mlb_tp350',v:'2'})))
Nixon's diving catch: http://mlb.mlb.com/images/icons/video.gif 56K (javascript:void(playMedia2({w_id:'452822',w:'2005/open/topplays/archive10/100105_nyabos_nixon_catch_56.wmv',pid: 'mlb_tp',gid: '2005/10/01/nyamlb-bosmlb-1',cid: 'mlb',fid: 'mlb_tp56',v:'2'}))) | 350K (javascript:void(playMedia2({w_id:'452823',w:'2005/open/topplays/archive10/100105_nyabos_nixon_catch_350.wmv',pid: 'mlb_tp',gid: '2005/10/01/nyamlb-bosmlb-1',cid: 'mlb',fid: 'mlb_tp350',v:'2'})))
MLB.com Multimedia Guide (http://mlb.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/mediacenter/index.jsp)

antitwins13
10-01-2005, 06:46 PM
I still laugh at the morons who said after the first month that the yankees were done


I agree. I can't believe the Baseball Tonight morons actually thought this was the Orioles' year in May.

Mohoney
10-01-2005, 06:58 PM
It's funny because on Yankee boards, they called us bushleague for the lineups we put out there

To be fair, when I saw the Royals sit Mike Sweeney the first 3 games against Cleveland, I said the exact same thing.

I think that our regulars will play tomorrow. It's a great tune-up for the postseason to play a team in a do-or-die situation.

Chips
10-01-2005, 07:23 PM
I still laugh at the morons who said after the first month that the yankees were done

I'm laughing with you and a note to The Dude, you lost the bet. :bandance: :D:

Ol' No. 2
10-01-2005, 09:44 PM
Torre already said it will be mostly reserves tomorrow and Mussina may not pitch.So if Boston wins tomorrow and grabs the WC it will be forever tainted because the Yankees didn't respect the integrity of the game. I'm sure the Boston fans will be just as horrified over this as they were when the Sox did the same thing.:cool:

Blancos Medias
10-01-2005, 09:59 PM
I agree. I can't believe the Baseball Tonight morons actually thought this was the Orioles' year in May.

But, but, they had Sammy Sosa!? How could they not win with such power??

SOX ADDICT '73
10-01-2005, 11:22 PM
http://www.whitesoxinteractive.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=58671&highlight=rofl

I can't wait to see those hypocrites at BP update NY's odds of winning the division:

"But the Yankees haven't really clinched the AL East yet, only a tie, because we at Baseball Prospectus don't believe in MLB's ridiculous policy of using the season head-to-head record as a tie-breaker."

JB98
10-02-2005, 01:42 AM
I'm laughing at ESPN. They are talking about how the Yankees have "been through so much" in trying to attain this championship. LOL. It's a miracle the Yankees were able to slip into the postseason with a $208 million payroll. What hardship. What courage. What a special, special group of players.

Anaheim is going to kick their asses. It will be a Chicago-Anaheim matchup in the ALCS. Too bad, ESPN.