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    1999 Season Discussion

    1999!

    How is your team looking?
    Adirondack 46ers, The Classic League
    Los Angeles Dodgers
    , MLB Str8 8s
    Albany Shamrocks, Triple Crown Baseball
    Paradox Brewery Athletics, Beer League


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    Re: 1999 Season Discussion

    I'm certainly not entering this season with high expectations. I don't think Charles Wimer will ever retire and I refuse to cut him. The guy is going down in history as a Runnin' Camel!

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    Re: 1999 Season Discussion

    I like my Walker Park team. No superstars - but solid and deep at all positions. After experiencing way too many errors at 2B last season, rookie Charles Mendoza takes over for former all-star David Mosley. We will see if Mendoza hits enough to make the change stick.

    The main question is will the pitching hold up. Two starters with low CO makes me very nervous.

    This team made a nice run to the World Series last year. I think they are slightly better this year. Is there another deep playoff run in them.......?
    Last edited by Gbears877; June 11, 2018 at 12:27 AM.

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    Re: 1999 Season Discussion

    The Swans are dead, they never recovered from their heartbreaking playoff push. Ownership cautiously headed south to Somalia and birthed the leagues freshest team, Mogadishu Sizzling Snakes.

    What was supposed to be a rebuilding season has had an unexpected twist, as the snakes have sizzled their way to the top of the division early on. Newly minted Mogadishu fans are still growing accustomed to the sport and are confused on whether to hiss like snakes or chant Moga Moga Moga.
    Last edited by xet43; June 13, 2018 at 01:46 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xet43 View Post
    The Swans are dead, they never recovered from their heartbreaking playoff push. Ownership cautiously headed south to Somalia and birthed the leagues freshest team, Mogadishu Sizzling Snakes.

    What was supposed to be a rebuilding season has had an unexpected twist, as the snakes have sizzled their way to the top of the division early on. Newly minted Mogadishu fans are still growing accustomed to the sport and are confused on whether to hiss like snakes or chant Moga Moga Moga.
    Camels are horrible at catching Swans...

    Camels have big hooves....

    I'm OK with the move.

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