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08-07-2011, 09:15 PM
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This is like watching a Penguins game on NBC or VS

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Can't believe Teixeira went the other way left handed.


Only thing I miss about Joe Morgan is his love for Cano.

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Thank you.

I agree that the Sox love is sickening. However, what you guys are feeling is what everyone else has felt over the years with the Yankees/Jeter love. You guys really need to get over it.
So this is what we've been putting people through? I almost feel guilty now

You make a fair point. Bottom line, there should be no bias on national telecast, not even for my own team.

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Daniel Murphy suffered a Grade 2 tear of the medial collateral ligament in his left knee and is done for the season, according to a source familiar with the injury. Murphy will not require surgery, but will have a four-month recovery time.

Per Adam Rubin.
Yeah that sounds about right.

This team, just unbelievable.

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they praise jeter because he was a monster with rings. they praise pedroia because he is tiny and jumps around the field. **** that im tired of having my ears **** in. your telling me that if your ears were filled with **** you wouldn't complain about it?

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they praise jeter because he was a monster with rings. they praise pedroia because he is tiny and jumps around the field. **** that im tired of having my ears **** in. your telling me that if your ears were filled with **** you would complain about it?
I'm saying that my ears have been filled with **** by ESPN for years, so it doesn't faze me anymore.

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Thank you.

I agree that the Sox love is sickening. However, what you guys are feeling is what everyone else has felt over the years with the Yankees/Jeter love. You guys really need to get over it.
As a met fan, you understand that players that are on the other team are going to get hyped up. It's hard for Yankee fans to feel second fiddle, which is bound to happen at some point. The Yanks get just as much praise, but because the Red Sox are getting equally as much, it's bothersome.

The broadcast has been fine. You don't think Met fans disliked hearing about Rollins and Victorino being gritty and hear n' soul players in 07-09? But, you just dealt with it. Same thing applies here.

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I'm saying that my ears have been filled with **** by ESPN for years, so it doesn't faze me anymore.
having duty in my ears is not something that sits well with me.

so make more room in your ears for my *****ing... or would it be eyes? interesting.

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08-07-2011, 09:21 PM
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Do u think the slide was dirty? or just clumsy ? i think the play was hard to watch in slow mo the fact his knee was bent back in a horrible direction was tuff to watch. If u watch it again when the trainer ran out murphy was yelling "it f@ck#ng popped i felt it pop," my heart broke for the kid

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As a met fan, you understand that players that are on the other team are going to get hyped up. It's hard for Yankee fans to feel second fiddle, which is bound to happen at some point. The Yanks get just as much praise, but because the Red Sox are getting equally as much, it's bothersome.

The broadcast has been fine. You don't think Met fans disliked hearing about Rollins and Victorino being gritty and hear n' soul players in 07-09? But, you just dealt with it. Same thing applies here.
Pretty much.

You know what's more irritating than listening to ESPN over-hype Pedroia and the Red Sox? Listening to Yankees fans complain about ESPN over-hyping Pedroia and the Red Sox.

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08-07-2011, 09:22 PM
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Yankees Sucks chant?

They're as dumb as a rock up there in Bawston.

ESPN=Exclusive Sox Patriots Network

NESPN = New England Sports Programming Network

Works either way.

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08-07-2011, 09:24 PM
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come on mattingly get a hit here

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Nice, nice.

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Great pitch from Beckett, damn.

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08-07-2011, 09:26 PM
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Nasty curve by Beckett. Knee buckler.

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Yankees have done fairly well against Beckett by his standards but he's battled through it.

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Yankees have done fairly well against Beckett by his standards but he's battled through it.
It has been a gritty performance.


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08-07-2011, 09:28 PM
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It has been a gritty performance.

All we're missing is Ryan Callahan

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Boone Logan? Thought we could've gone to Freddy for one more. Guess Joe didn't like his pitch count. Either way, a very, very manly 5 innings form Freddy to keep us in it.

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As a met fan, you understand that players that are on the other team are going to get hyped up. It's hard for Yankee fans to feel second fiddle, which is bound to happen at some point. The Yanks get just as much praise, but because the Red Sox are getting equally as much, it's bothersome.

The broadcast has been fine. You don't think Met fans disliked hearing about Rollins and Victorino being gritty and hear n' soul players in 07-09? But, you just dealt with it. Same thing applies here.
I never complain about the broadcasts, nor do I usually care, but there's no question that tonight has been very much pro-Red Sox. I expect them to lean towards the home team more often than not given the crowd, but tonight has been ridiculous.

I don't care that much, it's a little annoying but nothing the mute button can't fix. Still, it's definitely VERY pro-Boston tonight, you don't have to be a homer Yankees fan to see that.

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Hey looks Boone is back.

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08-07-2011, 09:33 PM
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Wheel play better be on if they bunt with Ortiz running.

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Logan did his job.

Ortiz looked like he was struck out. Timmons has been inconsistent tonight.

And Crawford's ball was hit weakly. But Nunez was playing in for the bunt and couldn't field the ball.

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