Discussion in 'The Other 29' started by IWMB, Oct 4, 2017.
CC is gonna CG their asses.
He won’t need to, just has to get through 5 or 6 and then the Tribe best prepare thy anus(es).
Jndians got something cooking here.
I went full Cheeses/Fuller upbydere. CC gawn.
Yeah, ya did, didn't you?
D-Ro in. Hopefully he's another "gift" from the White Sox this postseason.
Strikeout, throw 'em out.
Ball 4 too
Maybe Chapman will blow it in the 9th.
Robertson >>> Sale this postseason.
Kahnle gonna get the 8th?
Only Chapman warming.
Tribe is clueless up there.
Stop. Swinging. At. Bullshit. Pitches. Please.
FRAZE hitting .190 in the postseason.
Sounds about right.
Gardner battling the fuck out of this at bat.
Jndians really packed in so much gay gentlemenry on one play.
IDGAF who wins so long as it isn’t the cubs.
Fuck the Tribe and the Cubs. If they both lose Game 5, life is good.
I do need one run for the over here.
Jndians reminding me of that Mariners squadron that won 116 games in the regular season only to lose 4-1 in the ALCS.
MLB trend to grinding out at bats, going deep in the count, etc really makes for excruciating viewing.
30 Ks in this game is insane.
Is Austin Jackson wearing eye liner?
Cleveland, you shitheads.
of course it is fraze calling for the tag on the dropped third strike
Scintillating postgame coverage between Big Papi and A-Rod.
I guess I can cheer for the Yankees.
Fuck the tribe
AJ would've ran it out. That's why the 2005 SOX were the luckiest team ever alive.
You don't luck your way to 11-1. Would've dominated the 3 games in Anaheim anyway.
Just parroting my Cubs fan friend whose retort to my entirely factual statement that the Cubs weren't necessarily world-beaters last October is that the 2005 SOX were a complete fluke and won out of pure luck.
Wire-to-wire, 99-win season, 11-1 postseason run be damned. They almost choked it away in the second half in the face of a ridiculously red-hot Indians team. Therefore, the SOX weren't actually that good. #thatscub #thisiswhy
4 straight complete games in the ALCS. That's excellent starting pitching, not luck.