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heywoodu

Men's Baseball MLB 2017

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as I feared, Darvish got thrashed once again...1 and 2/3 innings and it was all gone for LA...

 

despite loading the bases many times, the Dodgers wasted any chance they built with silly stike outs and other mistakes (like only going for the big HR with runners on instead of trying the little by little comeback policy)...

 

the Astros pitchers, who were considered not so reliable before the WS, did perform at their best once against against the odds and always found the way to get through the storm and finally sealed the deal and gave the Astros the chance to lift the Trophy for the first time ever...

 

congrats to them (and especially to George Springer, voted WS MVP)...

 

for what concerns LA, in the end they paid for their mistakes, especially the orrendous managing of the pitching staff...

I really hope Dave Roberts gets fired before the beginning of the next season...

Surely he's responsible for the strongest team of the majors not having won the title...and for another frustrating end of a season...right now, 30 years of frustration...and counting...:cry::facepalm::wall:

 

p.s. and since Baseball is named in the US "the National pastime" and the MLB being a true American show...the top moment of the night came after the game and all the Trophy presentations...:yikes:

it all happened live on TV, when Carlos Correa on his knees made the proposal to her fiancèe, who obviously (I guess this time it was really obvious) said "YES!"...:d:thumbup:

so, good luck to them...:toast:

 

and now it's really all over...see you on March 29th 2018, when the next season starts...;)

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baseball great Roy Halladay has died at age 40, due to a plane crash :(


Was privileged to view him pitch on multiple occasions.

RIP

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26 minutes ago, intoronto said:

baseball great Roy Halladay has died at age 40, due to a plane crash :(


Was privileged to view him pitch on multiple occasions.

RIP

RIP :cry: he was definitely one of the best pitchers of MLB 

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