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08-31-2013, 09:59 PM
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Raise the Jolly Roger: C'mon N' Ride It (The Cole Train)


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Is that Morneau? I have the exact same tee.

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Love that jolly roger that Ugene had in the last few posts of the previous thread.

Gotta post that again Gene.

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Morenau looks like a long-lost Staal brother

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Love that jolly roger that Ugene had in the last few posts of the previous thread.

Gotta post that again Gene.


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Raise it!

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Good stuff Ugene, thanks.

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I'm getting excited for Pirates baseball. Do this stuff again next year (Compete) and I'll be turned.

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Nice picture. Which one are you, Big?

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August was our worst month of the year at 14-14. Still in first place.

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Actually, now that I look at it; Morneau looks a lot like a Canadian John Cena

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I'm the former MVP.

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The file is too large.

Thanks for doing this anyway.

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I was at the game tonight and wow... the buzz is unlike anything I've experienced at a baseball game. I was there for some pretty good stuff recently, too, such as Cutch's 3 HR game, GI Jones vs.Timmy L, etc. The buzz is just ridiculous.

My best friend is a huge baseball fan so in my life I've adopted it over time and even in like 2007 we went to about 30 games because he's just an unreal diehard fan. He's done the same all his life w/ hockey as that was my passion. So I've been to PNC easily more times than a sample. The reason I tell you guys this is because the buzz right now for anyone who can't feel it over television is so many levels higher. This is what it must have felt like when they dominated back in the day. I was a kid in 92 and remember watching the Bucs, but never remember that feeling in the crowd.

It's really special right now at PNC. I'd HIGHLY suggest getting your ass to the park and take it in. It's amazing.

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The only "meaningful" ball game I've been to in my lifetime was last season when they played the Red Sox and set a new attendance record at PNC Park.

That game ended up not being meaningful at all.

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I was at the game tonight and wow... the buzz is unlike anything I've experienced at a baseball game. I was there for some pretty good stuff recently, too, such as Cutch's 3 HR game, GI Jones vs.Timmy L, etc. The buzz is just ridiculous.

My best friend is a huge baseball fan so in my life I've adopted it over time and even in like 2007 we went to about 30 games because he's just an unreal diehard fan. He's done the same all his life w/ hockey as that was my passion. So I've been to PNC easily more times than a sample. The reason I tell you guys this is because the buzz right now for anyone who can't feel it over television is so many levels higher. This is what it must have felt like when they dominated back in the day. I was a kid in 92 and remember watching the Bucs, but never remember that feeling in the crowd.

It's really special right now at PNC. I'd HIGHLY suggest getting your ass to the park and take it in. It's amazing.
I have a friend who was trying to get me to get season tickets with him a few years ago. Aside from the fact that I moved, I wish I had done it.

And the game I was at last month against the Marlins even had a nice pumped up crowd. And it was a Wednesday against the Marlins. I really timed this move poorly

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All this while Cutch goes into a mini slump. That said, I wonder why Cumpton wasn't the one called up today?

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The file is too large.

Thanks for doing this anyway.
Try this, I'm not that good at reducing gifs so I just make them smaller. I had to make mine 100X100 to work for me, and the one below is 80x80. I forget I'm a sponser at times and allowed larger images.




It's not gonna be worth going smaller than 75x75 if this one doesn't work out.

Maybe someone can work on the reducing aspect, make one up?

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We'll have unusual lineup today. Morneau will play.

Walker
Jones
Cutch
Pedro
Byrd
Morneau
Buck
Mercer
Johnson

That's a lot of power.


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Try this, I'm not that good at reducing gifs so I just make them smaller. I had to make mine 100X100 to work for me, and the one below is 80x80. I forget I'm a sponser at times and allowed larger images.




It's not gonna be worth going smaller than 75x75 if this one doesn't work out.

Maybe someone can work on the reducing aspect, make one up?
It's still too large. Don't worry about it. I appreciate your trying to make it work.

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We'll have unusual lineup today. Morneau will play.

Walker
Jones
Cutch
Pedro
Byrd
Morneau
Buck
Mercer
Johnson

That's a lot of power.
That's, uh......interesting.

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I would have liked Mercer in the 2nd spot...

Walker
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Alvarez
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That means Jones is in LF? I don't remember seeing him play there, he going to cover that OK?

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That means Jones is in LF? I don't remember seeing him play there, he going to cover that OK?
Jones in RF, Byrd in LF.

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