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No Monkey Business 7 years 3 weeks ago #12137

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Monkey> Looks like the Red Sox and the Patriots are humming along. You must be as happy as the only monkey in a banana tree. :lol:

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No Monkey Business 7 years 3 weeks ago #12138

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Geez Sky....don't encourage him!! :laugh:
The only thing wrong with being retired is that you never get a day off!

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No Monkey Business 7 years 3 weeks ago #12156

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Wasn't gonna say anything - and have been on the road since May ... so, haven't seen many games.

But, yes, pass the bananas please ...

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No Monkey Business 7 years 5 days ago #12238

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Well, we've been on the road and unable to watch much baseball ...

We did catch a re-run of all the hits and scores tho - only took a minute.

What's with the hitting ??? Guess it's hard to hit a baseball with the sun in your eyes, or a shadow half way down the pitching lane.

TV times have pretty much ruined the hitting aspect of play-offs - that's the absolute WRONG time to play ball ...

A note to MLB, either play day games, or play night games, but quit this late afternoon 'sundown' schedule or it won't make any difference who plays, no one will watch. Routine ground balls and routine fly ball with the OF camped under it sure makes for boring baseball, even when the favorite team is playing.

When the top teams in baseball can only manage and average of less than 3 runs a game, something needs fixing.

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