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  1. The three starting pitchers that have joined the team in the last month or so (Volstad, JJ, and Anibal) are arguably much better than our two Aces this season, Nolasco and Olsen. This will become the rotation to beat from here on out.
  2. Start investing in Biofuels and Oil alternatives guys China's sucking the world dry out of oil, and they are the main cause for 138.50 a barrel
  4. Got a call from my friend. He has a friend who works for Miami Teve and her father works for ABC news. Supposedly this is true. Just waiting for some sort of official announcement
  5. No wonder he has so many turnovers.....He's easy to steal from
  6. October 21, 1997 at Jacobs Field (Cleveland Indians) Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Florida 1 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 7 14 16 3 Cleveland 2 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 4 11 10 3 W: Dennis Cook (1-0) L: Eric Plunk (0-1) S: Robb Nen (2) HR: FLA ? Gary Sheffield (1), Darren Daulton (1), Jim Eisenreich (1) CLE ? Jim Thome (2) Game 3 was a wild affair that ended with the Marlins grabbing a 2-1 series lead. In the top of the 1st, Gary Sheffield started the scoring with a solo shot to left. In the bottom half, the Indians retaliated with two runs thanks to two broken bat RBI singles by Matt Williams and Sandy Alomar. Florida took the lead 3-2 on a Darren Daulton homer in the 3rd and four walks allowed by Indians starter Charles Nagy in the 4th. However, the Indians got a gift in the bottom of the 4th, when they drew four consecutive free passes from Marlins starter Al Lieter, and then a throwing error by third baseman Bobby Bonilla allowed two more runs to score. The Tribe went up 7-3 on Jim Thome's 2-run blast to right in the 5th inning. His homerun was nullified in the 6th by Jim Eisenreich's 2 run homer that cut the lead to 7-5. In the 8th, the Marlins finished their comeback with Edgar Renteria and Sheffield each driving in a run, making the score 7-7. In the 9th, it all fell apart for Cleveland thanks to three errors and seemingly one hit after another by the Marlins, with Bonilla and Sheffield driving in a pair of runs each. When the carnage was over the Marlins led 14-7. Even though the Indians came back with 4 runs of their own in the 9th, it was not enough. AND NOW, 10 YEARS LATER, YOUR 2007 FLORIDA MARLINS!!!Pitching Matchups Lee 2-4, 6.31 VS Kim 3-2, 5.74 Rally Pic of the Game
  7. I'm heading out in about an hour, but I'm worried about the top left cell of rain that is coming down. You can see it in the link that Holly posted. Anyone know if that cell could affect us? Cause if it doesn't it seems clear for the rest of the night
  8. October 18, 1997 at Pro Player Stadium (Florida Marlins) Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E Cleveland 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 4 11 0 Florida 0 0 1 4 2 0 0 0 x 7 7 1 W: Livan Hernandez (1-0) L: Orel Hershiser (0-1) S: Robb Nen (1) HR: CLE ? Manny Ramirez (1), Jim Thome (1) FLA ? Moises Alou (1), Charles Johnson (1) Game 1 featured a youngster and a veteran facing each other on the mound. Fresh off his NLCS MVP performance, Livan Hernandez took the hill for the Marlins and quickly gave up a run in the 1st thanks to a double by leadoff man Bip Roberts and an RBI single by David Justice. Indian starter Orel Hershiser got by the first two innings unscathed. However, after the Marlins tied the game in the 3rd they scored 4 runs in the 4th. The inning climaxed when Moises Alou and Charles Johnson hit back-to-back homers (Alou's was a three run shot off the left field foul pole). The Fish added two in the 5th to knock Orel out of the game. The Indians crept back in the game slowly thanks to solo shots by Manny Ramirez and Jim Thome and entered the 9th inning down only 7-4. Florida closer Robb Nen came in and was able to get out of a jam by striking out Sandy Alomar and Thome with two men aboard. AND NOW, 10 YEARS LATER, YOUR 2007 FLORIDA MARLINS!!! Pitching Matchups Carmona 7-1, 3.11 VS Olsen 4-5, 5.27 Rally Pic of the Game
  9. Wow....You guys have mentioned some great songs but....this is IT right here
  11. I will read later, leave me alone while im in class!!!!! Diamond Cutter is lacking today
  12. CitanX

    Your favorite CD's

    These are extremely difficult to do. I'll just list a few faves, but not necessarily the "greatest albums" ever. The Cure - Disentigration. Catherine Wheel - Chrome. i could go on forever about this album. Jane's Addiction - Ritual de lo Habitual. tough choice between this & Nothing's Shocking. Interpol - Turn On The Bright Lights The Futureheads (self-titled) Can't get this one out of my cd player. I would include a U2 & REM album but I simply can't pick only one & I hate listing "Greatest Hits" CDs. Good Ish Hotcorner!!!! The Futureheads new album, News and Tributes, just came out in the U.K., im really hooked to their single, Skip to the End....the whole album is alot harder than the first one, but the songs are a bit longer Oh by the way, now im reminded that I owe you bloc party videos lol, oh and I saw interpol live at club revolution a year ago =D ( I have video of that as well!!)
  13. If you guys really like some good House DJ: Mylo Album: Destroy Rock and Roll Songs: Drop the Pressure, Otto's Journey, Valley of the dolls
  14. Wow. I never knew this day would come.
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