blue jays vs. red sox

blue jays vs. red sox

Post by stephen dawso » Wed, 15 Apr 1992 06:59:10


Nelson Lu writes

NL>Boy, 1 win, and you obnoxious Blue Jays fan sounds if you have the division
NL>knocked down.  I remember the A's fans from last year.  Guess what happened...

Can we start to gloat after 6 wins?

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Post by King-Han Ya » Wed, 15 Apr 1992 14:22:29

On 13-Apr-92 in blue jays vs. red sox        

Quote:

>Nelson Lu writes

>NL>Boy, 1 win, and you obnoxious Blue Jays fan sounds if you have the division
>NL>knocked down.  I remember the A's fans from last year.  Guess what
happened.
>..

>Can we start to gloat after 6 wins?

No, they lost to the Yanks, we can start to gloat!!!!

But then again, this is probably the high point of the year for us.  
Maybe, maybe, maybe, just maybe...there's a miracle on 161st street this year!

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Post by Michael L. Le Houlli » Fri, 17 Apr 1992 23:23:14

Quote:

>Nelson Lu writes

>NL>Boy, 1 win, and you obnoxious Blue Jays fan sounds if you have the division
>NL>knocked down.  I remember the A's fans from last year.  Guess what happened...

>Can we start to gloat after 6 wins?

How about now that our boys in blue are 8 and 1.  Ready for a Sox
sweep this weekend.  Get the brooms ready.  Living in Red Sox country
and being a Jays fan... this should be great.

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 Go BLUE JAYS  8-1    Mop up the Yanks, bring on the Slop Sox.
 CANADIENS:  First Round  vs. Hartford Whalers... give us a real team!

 
 
 

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Post by Michael L. Le Houlli » Fri, 17 Apr 1992 23:28:51

Quote:

>On 13-Apr-92 in blue jays vs. red sox        

>>Nelson Lu writes

>>NL>Boy, 1 win, and you obnoxious Blue Jays fan sounds if you have the division
>>NL>knocked down.  I remember the A's fans from last year.  Guess what
>happened.
>>..

>>Can we start to gloat after 6 wins?

>No, they lost to the Yanks, we can start to gloat!!!!

>But then again, this is probably the high point of the year for us.  
>Maybe, maybe, maybe, just maybe...there's a miracle on 161st street this year!

Well, seeing the Jays have taken the last two, I guess the Jays are
the only team in the division who will see the penthouse for the
remainder of the year.  How was your 1 night stand Yankee fans.
Though that's more than the Red Sox will ever see.

Go Jays!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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 CANADIENS:  First Round  vs. Hartford Whalers... give us a real team!
 
 
 

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Post by Mainea » Sat, 18 Apr 1992 04:04:32

Hey, does anyone in net land know what Dewey is up to?  Last I
heard, he was released by Baltimore.  As I understand it, he
wanted to play for one more year, or perhaps coach with Boston.

I personally think he was done an injustice by Boston when he
was initially released.  He would have been at least as good as
Clark as a DH last year, except for HR's.  He was always a
quality player and person and never exhibited the attitude that
so many other lesser players have shown.

Anybody know?

Maineack

 
 
 

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Post by Sam » Sat, 18 Apr 1992 04:47:12

The Jays just won the mini-series 3 games to 1.

Jays are 9 wins & 1 lost, while the

Yankees are 6 wins & 3 losts.

*******  Go JAYS Go..... Alomar, you are our hero  *******

 
 
 

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Post by King-Han Ya » Sat, 18 Apr 1992 13:42:08

On 16-Apr-92 in Re: YANKEES (was: Re: blue ..


Quote:
>du> writes:
>>On 13-Apr-92 in blue jays vs. red sox        

>>>Nelson Lu writes

>>>NL>Boy, 1 win, and you obnoxious Blue Jays fan sounds if you have the
division
>>>NL>knocked down.  I remember the A's fans from last year.  Guess what
>>happened.
>>>..

>>>Can we start to gloat after 6 wins?

>>No, they lost to the Yanks, we can start to gloat!!!!

>>But then again, this is probably the high point of the year for us.  
>>Maybe, maybe, maybe, just maybe...there's a miracle on 161st street
this year!

>Well, seeing the Jays have taken the last two, I guess the Jays are
>the only team in the division who will see the penthouse for the
>remainder of the year.  How was your 1 night stand Yankee fans.
>Though that's more than the Red Sox will ever see.

>Go Jays!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Actually, make that 3 in a row now.  
Hey, at least us Yankee fans aren't ***s, like the Orioles, Brewers,
Indians and Tigers fans (not counting the first three games).  I'd watch
out for the Sox though.
A dream is a dream, more incredible things have happened.

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Post by Franco Basegg » Tue, 21 Apr 1992 00:32:19


Quote:
>Now it's one game apiece after a 2-1 Blue Jay victory today.  With the
>pitching matchups coming up, Toronto should soon have a 3 game to one
>lead after the Patriot's Day game on Monday.  :)

Do you really think the Jays are better than 2-1 favorites in each game?
Come on.  "Should" implies "more than likely" if not more.  You "should"
be willing to back up your statement with a wager.  Reply before the
first pitch and I'll happily bet $10 on the Sox to win at least one of their
next 2 games with the Blue Jays.  If not, then please don't make such
idiotic statements.

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> Michael Le Houllier           *  John 3:16  * Nov 12, 1991 - Dili      

Franco
 
 
 

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Post by King-Han Y » Tue, 21 Apr 1992 02:24:58

On 19-Apr-92 in Re: blue jays vs. red sox    

Quote:


>>Now it's one game apiece after a 2-1 Blue Jay victory today.  With the
>>pitching matchups coming up, Toronto should soon have a 3 game to one
>>lead after the Patriot's Day game on Monday.  :)

>Do you really think the Jays are better than 2-1 favorites in each game?
>Come on.  "Should" implies "more than likely" if not more.  You "should"
>be willing to back up your statement with a wager.  Reply before the
>first pitch and I'll happily bet $10 on the Sox to win at least one of their
>next 2 games with the Blue Jays.  If not, then please don't make such
>idiotic statements.

>> Michael Le Houllier           *  John 3:16  * Nov 12, 1991 - Dili      

>Franco

By my calculations, if Michael is willing to take this wager, he
*should* be thinking that the Blue Jays have a .5 chance of winning both
games, which is equivalent to the Blue Jays having a .707 chance of
winning either game.  Now, a .707 chance of winning one game would give
a line close to about 12-5, meaning that if the Blue Jays win, Michael
would win $5, but if they lose, he would lose $12.  I don't think I've
ever seen a baseball line this close.  The highest I can recall is 11-5,
although there may have been higher, I don't know.  Anybody know?

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