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    Re: 2003.season discussion

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    Robert Taylor won number 400 and struck out number 5,000 for his career. Certainly a shell of his former self this season but glad he could get those milestones


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    Re: 2003.season discussion

    After last year's surprising run, it has come crashing down for the Koalas. Our worse season was 20 seasons ago at 74-86 and we are going to blow that out of the water this year. A lot of guys are thinking about hanging it up after this season (Except 6-14 Robert Taylor). I think we've got a good core in the lows right now that should be ready in the next three seasons but just two position starters and two starting pitchers are under 29 right now so it's going to be a lot of plug and play over these next few seasons while those guys develop.

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    Re: 2003.season discussion

    Hebron is young and hungry. For the 6th straight season we will be at or above .500 for the season. Even though we are on pace for the most wins in franchise history, once again we sit in 2nd place in the division. Like they say, if you want to be the best ya gotta beat the best!

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    Re: 2003.season discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by marsupial311 View Post
    After last year's surprising run, it has come crashing down for the Koalas. Our worse season was 20 seasons ago at 74-86 and we are going to blow that out of the water this year. A lot of guys are thinking about hanging it up after this season (Except 6-14 Robert Taylor). I think we've got a good core in the lows right now that should be ready in the next three seasons but just two position starters and two starting pitchers are under 29 right now so it's going to be a lot of plug and play over these next few seasons while those guys develop.
    Robert Taylor's latest start was the 87th loss of the season, a new franchise record. Disappointing times in Las Vegas.

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    Re: 2003.season discussion

    San Onofre bought a bunch of guys cuz everyone else was selling, hopefully we can make a run before our old guys crap out
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    Re: 2003.season discussion

    This could be the last ride for Tomball as currently constructed. Key members are getting old and if I'm going to rebuild I'll need to sell while said players still have value to other aspiring teams. We'll see.

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