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"I understand that they say they don't need me. They lie," he said. "Because, I understand that they want to move forward. I can understand that. But I don't think anybody can replace me. They can say whatever they want to say, but it's going to be hard to duplicate me."

 

When he left that Oct. 3 game, one or more of Sosa's teammates destroyed his boom box. Asked about the incident yesterday, Sosa smiled and said, "When the man is not in the house, the chickens are jumping around."

 

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Sosa rules

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:lol :lol

 

Ignorance really is bliss.....

 

(your not ignorant in general, just on this subject)

 

Ask any fan of the Cubs, White Sox, or ANY NL Central team and they will tell you this guy is lord flaming fraud jerk off.

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but Cubs fans are bitter towards him, White Sox/NL Central fans have always hated him

 

what is a lord flaming fraud jerk off

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Sosa rules

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:lol :lol

 

Ignorance really is bliss.....

 

(your not ignorant in general, just on this subject)

 

Ask any fan of the Cubs, White Sox, or ANY NL Central team and they will tell you this guy is lord flaming fraud jerk off.

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but Cubs fans are bitter towards him, White Sox/NL Central fans have always hated him

 

what is a lord flaming fraud jerk off

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Most Cubs fans I know have hated him for a few years now Ramp, so not true in their case.

 

Oh, and lord flaming fraud jerk off is a term reserved for Sosa and Bonds.

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Sosa rules

695031[/snapback]

 

:lol :lol

 

Ignorance really is bliss.....

 

(your not ignorant in general, just on this subject)

 

Ask any fan of the Cubs, White Sox, or ANY NL Central team and they will tell you this guy is lord flaming fraud jerk off.

695033[/snapback]

but Cubs fans are bitter towards him, White Sox/NL Central fans have always hated him

 

what is a lord flaming fraud jerk off

695036[/snapback]

 

Most Cubs fans I know have hated him for a few years now Ramp, so not true in their case.

 

Oh, and lord flaming fraud jerk off is a term reserved for Sosa and Bonds.

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Most Cubs fans?..... well not here in Bloomington atleast

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:blink: Mediocre fielding, attitude, and a lot of K's aren't too hard to come by :plain

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I got a chance to watch him in person last year at Wrigley, and he was the only player in the Cubs' lineup who didn't have a hit that day. Instead, he struck out three times.

 

I'm pretty sure his career is on the downslope at this point.

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" They can say whatever they want to say, but it's going to be hard to duplicate me."

 

:blink: ? Mediocre fielding, attitude, and a lot of K's aren't too hard to come by :plain

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Exactly....

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He revived that team in the 90s....

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Yes he did. I always find it funny how many Cubs fans bail on him.

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" They can say whatever they want to say, but it's going to be hard to duplicate me."

 

:blink: ? Mediocre fielding, attitude, and a lot of K's aren't too hard to come by :plain

696315[/snapback]

 

Exactly....

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He revived that team in the 90s....

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Yes he did. I always find it funny how many Cubs fans bail on him.

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not to mention he gave the city of Chicago (except for the South Side) the hero they desperately needed after MJ retired.

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" They can say whatever they want to say, but it's going to be hard to duplicate me."

 

:blink: ? Mediocre fielding, attitude, and a lot of K's aren't too hard to come by :plain

696315[/snapback]

 

Exactly....

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He revived that team in the 90s....

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He revived the entire sport in 1998. He's not as good as he once was, but he's still one of the greatest hitters of all time.

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not to mention he gave the city of Chicago (except for the South Side) the hero they desperately needed after MJ retired.

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So true. Sox fans don't just hate him for being a Cub. We hate him because of his numbers with the Sox:

215 hits 974 AB (.221 BA) with just 28 HR and 275 Ks to 58 BBs.

We thought we got the better end of the deal in George Bell. Then he goes and makes himself an idol. The idiots gave him a standing O when he came back from his cork suspension. It took a direct insult before they turned on him.

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