Neon Deion Sanders and his beloved Gold Chains

Neon Deion Sanders and his beloved Gold Chains

Post by kenton y » Sun, 13 Jun 1993 21:02:16


I don't understand how ball players can get away with wearing
*large* *shiny* ornaments that are not part of the uniform
on the field.  Why can't the opposing team complain that the
glare/reflection from Neon's gold chains is distracting
their hitting (when Neon is in CF) or making it to pick the
ball from his bat (when Neon is batting)?  If the opposing team
complains in a big game, say, then the umps would make Neon
take his chains off and that would surely make Neon uncomfortable
and go into a slump (assuming he's not already in one at the
time, which is likely).

p.s.  As a Giants fan, I'm dissappointed that the braves
can't even put up enough of a fight this year to make things
more interesting.

 
 
 

Neon Deion Sanders and his beloved Gold Chains

Post by Gail A. Fullm » Tue, 15 Jun 1993 21:52:47

Quote:
>p.s.  As a Giants fan, I'm dissappointed that the braves
>can't even put up enough of a fight this year to make things
>more interesting.

The season is still young, anything can happen.  Kepp your chin up!

--
Gail Fullman
Manager - ADMO

 
 
 

Neon Deion Sanders and his beloved Gold Chains

Post by Danny Smi » Wed, 16 Jun 1993 00:10:53


Quote:
>I don't understand how ball players can get away with wearing
>*large* *shiny* ornaments that are not part of the uniform
>on the field.  Why can't the opposing team complain that the
>glare/reflection from Neon's gold chains is distracting
>their hitting (when Neon is in CF) or making it to pick the
>ball from his bat (when Neon is batting)?  If the opposing team
>complains in a big game, say, then the umps would make Neon
>take his chains off and that would surely make Neon uncomfortable
>and go into a slump (assuming he's not already in one at the
>time, which is likely).

>p.s.  As a Giants fan, I'm dissappointed that the braves
>can't even put up enough of a fight this year to make things
>more interesting.

Wow. Tough talk there. You do realize that there are 100 games left in this
season, don't you? What's really going to be interesting is seeing the entire
NL hit against that Giant pitching staff for a second go-round this summer. To
me, that's always a true sign of whether a club is going to make it or not. A
pitching staff can surprise just about everyone in the league the first time
thru all the cities, but on the second trip (in the dog days of summer) around
the league if they are still doing it, they are the real thing. The Giants have
yet to face their true test of the season.

Also, I'm a big believer in having you big guns hot at the end of the year instead
of the beginning. It just helps in the pennant push. Bonds is already coming
back down to earth and to finish about where he should (between .290 and .320) he
will probably have to see a slump of some kind. It will be interesting to see
how the Giants will play during this slump. If you Giants fans are lucky, Clark
will begin to return to form about the time that Bonds slumps. If that is so, you
may have a shot. We'll see. Should be a fun race. However, DO NOT rule out the
Braves, they are starting to play with a lot more fire after Glavine and Olson's
speech to the press the other day.

Dan Smith

 
 
 

Neon Deion Sanders and his beloved Gold Chains

Post by Charles Shops » Wed, 16 Jun 1993 04:03:33


Quote:
>>p.s.  As a Giants fan, I'm dissappointed that the braves
>>can't even put up enough of a fight this year to make things
>>more interesting.

>The season is still young, anything can happen.  Kepp your chin up!
>--
>Gail Fullman
>Manager - ADMO

Yeah.  Watch out for dem Dodgers!