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Friday The 13th...A Tale of Two Cities


Windy City Walleye Hunter

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Hey Backherup,

Have you caught any games lately? Just thought I would catch you up on the Central Division. First, the Twinks started out pounding the lowly Texas Rangers into submission and lead 6-2 breezing to another Twinkie victory. Then....FRIDAY THE 13TH STRIKES. Rangers catch up and tie the Twinks sending the game into extra innings, but fear not, The Twinks have the best closer in baseball to fall back on. Mr. Nathan proceeds to BLOW THE GAME and the Twinks suffer another lose in the Baggie-dome sending all the Twinkie-lovers home without dessert. Second-City, The Windy City home of the lucky, feeble hitting White Sox who have had the fortune to play only sub .500 teams, wait, the Twinks are above .500 but are nothing compared to the mighty Orioles who are the second best team in baseball with a powerful lineup. So the O's jump on poor Mark Buehrle for 3 runs with two outs and what does Mark do, does he fold like Mr. Nathan? Does he sneak into the dugout for a shot of "magic juice" compliments of Mr. Roid-Con? No he proceeds to shut down the next 13 powerful O's batters including Miguel Tejada as the Sox bats come alive to cruise to a 5-3 victory with Dustin Hermanson finishing off the O's as the Sox jump to a 2-0 game lead vs. The O's. Sox fans exit the park and stop at the first 7-11 to pick up a box of Twinkies to consume on the pleasant ride home. A TALE OF TWO CITIES on Friday The 13th.

YOU CAN PUT IT ON THE BOARD....YES!

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lol! we will see who will be playing in october,the last 3 yrs where were the white sux?

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Now that was creative Windy!! Good job.. stick with that sense of humor it goes a long ways!! grin.gif

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Thank you Buzz!

YOU CAN PUT IT ON THE BOARD....YES!

Windy

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Wish granted, today and today only. Twinks win, Sox lose. The streak is over, long live the streak. Not too many teams can go a quarter of the season without getting shut out and always having the lead in every game. Enjoy your Sunday, Twinkie fans, tomorrow starts the new streak.

Windy

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I see the Royals gained a full game on those tame Tigers today! SApeaking of cursed, I don't think that squad will get back to .500! I mean I thought they would before the season started based on what your buddy cantbackdashizzleup was saying.. ie.. first place finish etc.... I'm really starting to worry that those pesky Indians keep pace with the kitties....

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