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Re: Killeverything's (New)NeverEndingBaseballThread

Posted: Tue Sep 05, 2017 4:48 pm
by killeverything
Facedown wrote:Red Sox get caught (and admitted to) stealing signals with an Apple watch.
Funny thing is, Farrell is too stupid to know what to do with the info since the team batting since the ASB has sucked.


I just read this. There have been complaints about Farrell for a while now. This might end up being his undoing if they don't win the WS ( my bets still on a healthy Cleveland ).

Cue up the Spygate comments that are sure to come :lol:

Re: Killeverything's (New)NeverEndingBaseballThread

Posted: Wed Sep 06, 2017 8:13 am
by Machado
killeverything wrote:
Facedown wrote:Red Sox get caught (and admitted to) stealing signals with an Apple watch.
Funny thing is, Farrell is too stupid to know what to do with the info since the team batting since the ASB has sucked.


I just read this. There have been complaints about Farrell for a while now. This might end up being his undoing if they don't win the WS ( my bets still on a healthy Cleveland ).

Cue up the Spygate comments that are sure to come :lol:


Kill,
Apple watches? C'mon now, why are the Red Sux cheating again? Why does Farrell lie to the media about his knowledge of the situation?

Re: Killeverything's (New)NeverEndingBaseballThread

Posted: Wed Sep 06, 2017 8:51 am
by killeverything
Machado wrote:
killeverything wrote:
Facedown wrote:Red Sox get caught (and admitted to) stealing signals with an Apple watch.
Funny thing is, Farrell is too stupid to know what to do with the info since the team batting since the ASB has sucked.


I just read this. There have been complaints about Farrell for a while now. This might end up being his undoing if they don't win the WS ( my bets still on a healthy Cleveland ).

Cue up the Spygate comments that are sure to come :lol:


Kill,
Apple watches? C'mon now, why are the Red Sux cheating again? Why does Farrell lie to the media about his knowledge of the situation?


If it happened, then yes. The MFY ( Girardi ) pulled the same shit on Baltimore not too long ago.

Now, if this went down like accused then throw the fucking book at them. Stealing signs is part of the game...on the field. Not using outside sources and especially technology which ( I believe ) is banned in the dugout.

*ETA

The Cleveland Indians win 14th straight with 5-1 win over White Sox. Joining the 1912-13 NY Giants, and 1935-35 Chicago Cubs the only teams with back to back 14+ win streaks.

*ETA II

Cleveland has won 13 straight. What the hell is goin' on? I'll bet Utah is pissed. Wherever he is.

Re: Killeverything's (New)NeverEndingBaseballThread

Posted: Thu Sep 07, 2017 6:40 am
by killeverything
Gene Micheal ( the one that actually built the 90's MFY dynasty ) dead @ 79.

Re: Killeverything's (New)NeverEndingBaseballThread

Posted: Thu Sep 07, 2017 9:06 am
by DOWN2WHISKEY
:lol:
BOSTON RED SOX Doug Fister's Mouthguard Mistaken as Audio Device by Yankees in MLB Complaint....

The New York Yankees filed an official complaint with Major League Baseball after mistaking a mouthguard around Boston Red Sox pitcher Doug Fister's ear for an audio device. Per Evan Drellich of Comcast SportsNet, the complaint came after Fister held the Yankees to four hits and one run over seven innings in Boston's 4-1 win on Sept. 1.

Drellich noted the YES Network broadcast showed Fister "walking around in the Sox dugout in the top of the eighth inning, once his outing was over, with the mouthpiece lodged around his ear." This news comes one day after Michael S. Schmidt of the New York Times reported the Red Sox were using electronic devices "to illicitly steal hand signals from opponents' catchers in games against the second-place Yankees and other teams" after the Yankees filed an official complaint to MLB.

The report notes the Red Sox also filed a complaint to MLB alleging the Yankees use a camera from the YES Network broadcast of games to steal signs. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred has not yet said how and if he will discipline the Red Sox for their use of electronic devices to steal signals. The Red Sox enter play Wednesday leading the Yankees by 3.5 games atop the American League East.


http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2731 ... -complaint

Re: Killeverything's (New)NeverEndingBaseballThread

Posted: Thu Sep 07, 2017 9:13 am
by killeverything
DOWN2WHISKEY wrote::lol:
BOSTON RED SOX Doug Fister's Mouthguard Mistaken as Audio Device by Yankees in MLB Complaint....

The New York Yankees filed an official complaint with Major League Baseball after mistaking a mouthguard around Boston Red Sox pitcher Doug Fister's ear for an audio device. Per Evan Drellich of Comcast SportsNet, the complaint came after Fister held the Yankees to four hits and one run over seven innings in Boston's 4-1 win on Sept. 1.

Drellich noted the YES Network broadcast showed Fister "walking around in the Sox dugout in the top of the eighth inning, once his outing was over, with the mouthpiece lodged around his ear." This news comes one day after Michael S. Schmidt of the New York Times reported the Red Sox were using electronic devices "to illicitly steal hand signals from opponents' catchers in games against the second-place Yankees and other teams" after the Yankees filed an official complaint to MLB.

The report notes the Red Sox also filed a complaint to MLB alleging the Yankees use a camera from the YES Network broadcast of games to steal signs. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred has not yet said how and if he will discipline the Red Sox for their use of electronic devices to steal signals. The Red Sox enter play Wednesday leading the Yankees by 3.5 games atop the American League East.


http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2731 ... -complaint


:lol:

That's why I'm not yet jumping to conclusions about the Apple watch allegations. They said the same thing about Baltimore.

Re: Killeverything's (New)NeverEndingBaseballThread

Posted: Thu Sep 07, 2017 12:34 pm
by Machado
killeverything wrote:
DOWN2WHISKEY wrote::lol:
BOSTON RED SOX Doug Fister's Mouthguard Mistaken as Audio Device by Yankees in MLB Complaint....

The New York Yankees filed an official complaint with Major League Baseball after mistaking a mouthguard around Boston Red Sox pitcher Doug Fister's ear for an audio device. Per Evan Drellich of Comcast SportsNet, the complaint came after Fister held the Yankees to four hits and one run over seven innings in Boston's 4-1 win on Sept. 1.

Drellich noted the YES Network broadcast showed Fister "walking around in the Sox dugout in the top of the eighth inning, once his outing was over, with the mouthpiece lodged around his ear." This news comes one day after Michael S. Schmidt of the New York Times reported the Red Sox were using electronic devices "to illicitly steal hand signals from opponents' catchers in games against the second-place Yankees and other teams" after the Yankees filed an official complaint to MLB.

The report notes the Red Sox also filed a complaint to MLB alleging the Yankees use a camera from the YES Network broadcast of games to steal signs. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred has not yet said how and if he will discipline the Red Sox for their use of electronic devices to steal signals. The Red Sox enter play Wednesday leading the Yankees by 3.5 games atop the American League East.


http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2731 ... -complaint


:lol:

That's why I'm not yet jumping to conclusions about the Apple watch allegations. They said the same thing about Baltimore.


TBH, I prefer when these 2 teams hate one another. i also prefer the bean balls but I guess the stealing signs will suffice for now

Re: Killeverything's (New)NeverEndingBaseballThread

Posted: Thu Sep 07, 2017 6:24 pm
by killeverything
Machado wrote:
killeverything wrote:
DOWN2WHISKEY wrote::lol:
BOSTON RED SOX Doug Fister's Mouthguard Mistaken as Audio Device by Yankees in MLB Complaint....

The New York Yankees filed an official complaint with Major League Baseball after mistaking a mouthguard around Boston Red Sox pitcher Doug Fister's ear for an audio device. Per Evan Drellich of Comcast SportsNet, the complaint came after Fister held the Yankees to four hits and one run over seven innings in Boston's 4-1 win on Sept. 1.

Drellich noted the YES Network broadcast showed Fister "walking around in the Sox dugout in the top of the eighth inning, once his outing was over, with the mouthpiece lodged around his ear." This news comes one day after Michael S. Schmidt of the New York Times reported the Red Sox were using electronic devices "to illicitly steal hand signals from opponents' catchers in games against the second-place Yankees and other teams" after the Yankees filed an official complaint to MLB.

The report notes the Red Sox also filed a complaint to MLB alleging the Yankees use a camera from the YES Network broadcast of games to steal signs. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred has not yet said how and if he will discipline the Red Sox for their use of electronic devices to steal signals. The Red Sox enter play Wednesday leading the Yankees by 3.5 games atop the American League East.


http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2731 ... -complaint


:lol:

That's why I'm not yet jumping to conclusions about the Apple watch allegations. They said the same thing about Baltimore.


TBH, I prefer when these 2 teams hate one another. i also prefer the bean balls but I guess the stealing signs will suffice for now


That could be a good thing. Let it simmer.

"Caught you lookin!'
"No, you didn't, motherfucker!"

FIGHT!

Re: Killeverything's (New)NeverEndingBaseballThread

Posted: Fri Sep 08, 2017 7:38 pm
by killeverything
Yu Darvish is fastest to 1,000 K in mlb history ( 128 games ), surpassing Kerry Wood ( 134 games ).

Re: Killeverything's (New)NeverEndingBaseballThread

Posted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 7:52 am
by killeverything
Indians on 17 game win streak.

Gincarlo Stanton at 54 homeruns.

Jose Abreu hits for the cycle against SF.

Re: Killeverything's (New)NeverEndingBaseballThread

Posted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 4:07 pm
by DOWN2WHISKEY
A's swept Houston. Outscored them 41-15 in four games. A lil' late to start playing well but still better than being swept!

Re: Killeverything's (New)NeverEndingBaseballThread

Posted: Tue Sep 12, 2017 6:28 pm
by killeverything
The Cleveland Indians have tied the '02 Moneyball A's 20 game win streak.

Re: Killeverything's (New)NeverEndingBaseballThread

Posted: Wed Sep 13, 2017 12:18 pm
by Facedown
...and have now surpassed it.

Re: Killeverything's (New)NeverEndingBaseballThread

Posted: Wed Sep 13, 2017 5:44 pm
by killeverything
Facedown wrote:...and have now surpassed it.


I'm pulling for them. No Cubs hatred or anything, but I think they were the better team last season. Injuries are part of the game, but I would like to see what they could do when healthy in the Series.