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  1. 22 Oct '17 14:20 / 1 edit
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    seems like a fair price with Kershaw likely to get 3 starts if needed
    but the astros bats might be coming to life
    watch out!!
    The city of Houston could use something to cheer about in the aftermathe of hurricane Harvey

    edit: 3 starts might be unlikely but if it goes to 7 I think Kershaw would be available






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  2. 23 Oct '17 23:49
    Kershaw bombed against Bumgarner more than once in the playoffs a couple years ago. Verlander is a potential deja vu, similar style and work ethic. Classic battle of Hollywood vs Blue Collar.
  3. 25 Oct '17 01:04
    Originally posted by @john-osmar
    Kershaw bombed against Bumgarner more than once in the playoffs a couple years ago. Verlander is a potential deja vu, similar style and work ethic. Classic battle of Hollywood vs Blue Collar.
    Kershaw probably won't be facing Verlander in the series
    I'm watching the series now and Kershaw looks good
  4. 25 Oct '17 01:11
    Originally posted by @john-osmar
    Kershaw bombed against Bumgarner more than once in the playoffs a couple years ago. Verlander is a potential deja vu, similar style and work ethic. Classic battle of Hollywood vs Blue Collar.
    I never understood why people claim players who never actually square off would go against each other.

    Pitchers pitch against batters, not other pitchers.
  5. Subscriber radioactive69
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    25 Oct '17 02:01
    Originally posted by @eladar
    I never understood why people claim players who never actually square off would go against each other.

    Pitchers pitch against batters, not other pitchers.
    Ummm.......yes they do. Pitchers often have a bat.

    Get your facts right before you blather away with your rubbish on here bozo.
  6. 25 Oct '17 02:06
    Originally posted by @radioactive69
    Ummm.......yes they do. Pitchers often have a bat.

    Get your facts right before you blather away with your rubbish on here bozo.
    Often?

    How often is often?
  7. 25 Oct '17 02:07
    Originally posted by @eladar
    I never understood why people claim players who never actually square off would go against each other.

    Pitchers pitch against batters, not other pitchers.
    how else would you put it?
    pitchers are given the win, loss or no decision
    pitcher vs pitcher
  8. 25 Oct '17 02:12
    Originally posted by @lemondrop
    how else would you put it?
    pitchers are given the win, loss or no decision
    pitcher vs pitcher
    I would say pitcher vs the other team's batters.

    Is baseball a team sport or is it just two guys having at it?
  9. Subscriber radioactive69
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    25 Oct '17 02:22
    Originally posted by @eladar
    Often?

    How often is often?
    A minute ago you were stating a ridiculous fact that pitchers don't pitch against pitchers. Pitchers often bat in games. How often......I don't have precise statistics but it sure is not never.

    Your not one of the sharpest tools in the shed are you.
  10. 25 Oct '17 02:24
    Originally posted by @eladar
    I would say pitcher vs the other team's batters.

    Is baseball a team sport or is it just two guys having at it?
    it is a team sport but with the individual match up
  11. Subscriber radioactive69
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    25 Oct '17 02:25
    Originally posted by @lemondrop
    it is a team sport but with the individual match up
    I'm with you there Lemon. This clown has no idea.
  12. 25 Oct '17 02:29
    Originally posted by @lemondrop
    it is a team sport but with the individual match up
    What percent of the game do pitchers actually face each other?
  13. 25 Oct '17 02:33
    Originally posted by @eladar
    What percent of the game do pitchers actually face each other?
    in the national league it happens all the time
    in the american league they have the designated hitter and so do not face eachother
  14. 25 Oct '17 08:08
    Originally posted by @lemondrop
    in the national league it happens all the time
    in the american league they have the designated hitter and so do not face eachother
    How often is the pitcher's bat a deciding factor in the game.

    The same kind of thing happens in football and quarterbacks.

    The rest of the team doesn't matter and simpletons only compare the star player.
  15. Subscriber roma45
    st johnstone
    25 Oct '17 08:19
    Er you guys talking about rounders?
    Another British sport bastardised by the USA.