WS GAME thread: NYM vs. KC

Who do you want to win?


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troparra

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How many years have I been watching Ben Zobrist and I still have no idea what he looks like?
 

LogansDad

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That is a well deserved World Series Championship right there.  One of, if not the, best teams in the league basically from start to finish.  
 
Congratulations to any Royals fans we have on here.
 

rembrat

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Aren't the Glass family terrible owners? I vaguely remember Poz ripping them back in the day.
 

rembrat

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glasspusher said:
 
Perhaps out of deference to the mets? I can't recall an outdoors presentation to a visiting team...
 
04 was inside as well, right?
 

rembrat

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singaporesoxfan said:
Opening Day in 2016 features as the one interleague game: Mets vs Royals.
 
Oh no! That's going to be rough.
 

soxhop411

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LogansDad said:
Gomes showing the younger guys how to manage their goggles.
 
EXPERIENCE
If the sox sign him this offseason. They are guaranteed to be in the WS next year.
 

rembrat

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soxhop411 said:
If the sox sign him this offseason. They are guaranteed to be in the WS next year.
 
Yea but now the Royals are guaranteed a last place finish next year.
 

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One noted baseball genius on Terry Collins' managing style when he was with Houston:

"...their manager exerted too much pressure on them. He was so uptight, his players thought each pitch was life-or-death. It wasn't anything Terry said; it was his demeanor. Collins was edgy in the dugout during games, always looking like someone who was just waiting for disaster to strike. At the moment anything actually went wrong you could smell the panic in him. Players picked up on that. To alleviate the tension the manager was bringing to the clubhouse, they put added pressure on themselves to perform well, which invariably choked off their natural abilities so that they can't play their best."