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Jun 10 2005 07:11 PM

Another reason to investigate the fonts issue, this don't work ...

LA ANGELS                               NY METS                               

Chone Figgins 2B .277 4 29 Jose Reyes SS .270 3 23
Darin Erstad 1B .282 2 27 Miguel Cairo 2B .292 1 4
Vladimir Guerrero RF .303 7 24 Carlos Beltran CF .300 7 29
Garret Anderson LF .309 7 48 Cliff Floyd LF .283 14 39
Bengie Molina C .310 5 21 Mike Cameron RF .333 6 13
Dallas Mcpherson 3B .255 5 15 David Wright 3B .305 10 34
Steve Finley CF .223 7 33 Doug Mientkiewicz 1B .205 7 20
Orlando Cabrera SS .240 3 16 Ramon Castro C .205 0 4
Bartolo Colon RHP .000 0 0 Kazuhisa Ishii LHP .385 0 2
(7-3, 3.10) (1-4, 5.14)

Jun 10 2005 07:30 PM

Whoa, horsie!

Jun 10 2005 07:41 PM


Jun 10 2005 07:45 PM

Kaz Ishii has SIX strikeouts through seven outs.


Jun 10 2005 07:46 PM

Sea, those pics are drop dead funny. lol

Spacemans Bong
Jun 10 2005 08:51 PM

Ishii is Japanese for "Shoot this broken down mule"

Jun 10 2005 08:54 PM

Meanwhile Heilman rots in the bullpen. Decisions need to be made.

Spacemans Bong
Jun 10 2005 08:56 PM

KC wrote:
Meanwhile Heilman rots in the bullpen. Decisions need to be made.

In other news, Mike DeJean NEEDS to rot in the bullpen.

Jun 10 2005 08:59 PM

Told yez about Finley in the KTE thread..



Jun 10 2005 09:03 PM

That Keith ad is super

Jun 10 2005 09:05 PM

Yeah, but you said he was only 57, Mr. cooby just said he was 99

Jun 10 2005 09:49 PM

I didn't use the words"only 57". The person who wrote the KTE said he is 57. I merely commented on it.
But Mr. Cooby is probably right. :)


Jun 10 2005 10:24 PM

My daughter's been making the rounds of college graduation parties. This weekend she is in NJ? Philly?

Anyway, just before the ninth inning she called to get the Mets score; they thought it was 6-2, and I said no it's now 7-2...loud groaning in background.

She put her friend Frank on and we talked a bit about the team, he is going to the game Sunday, encouraged me to listen to Mike and the Mad Dog and he assures me they will win the division this year. :)

A bright spot in an otherwise really crappy game.

Jun 10 2005 10:28 PM

Oh, and sorry Widey. Happy Birthday otherwise!

Jun 10 2005 10:43 PM

Sigh. Another ugly game. . . .

If this is the straw that gets Aybar or DeJean released and/or the straw that leads to Heilman starting over Ishii, it will have been worth listening to, however.

It's crazy how good Ishii was at first and how bad he suddenly got.

Frayed Knot
Jun 10 2005 10:56 PM

Ishii was making the leftys look absolutely stupid the first 2 times around.
That collapse was totally unforseeable -- even though I'm sure many fans undoubtedly "KNEW" it was going to happen. Problem is that the fans who claim that also predicted bad innings from Kaz before the game started, then after inning 1, after inning 2, inning 3, etc.
After you've done the rain dance through a week of bone-dry weather you blow the chance to say "I told you so" when it finally rains on day 8.

But the NYM fan is right about one thing; you can't win w/your 2nd baseman leaving all those runners on base all night and it's past time to get rid o ... oh wait!

Manny Aybar certainly didn't do himself any favors with a new reliever hanging vulture-like over the clubhouse wall.

Johnny Dickshot
Jun 11 2005 09:47 AM

I had a good time anyway. But the game jumped the shark when Cairo grounded to the left side with Reyes on 3rd and 1 out. Our offense isn't going well enough to waste Reyes-on-third opportunities, and I think the team kind of senses that now.

Ishii's implosion was understandable considering it all started after walking the leadoff batter on 4. The 1st HR came off a 83 mph fastball, the scoreboard said (could that be right?).

Some other things happened, and then we went home. The end.