So ultimately, tie breaker doesn't mean much except where they play the one game playoff for the division. Stupid baseball.
The worst scenario is this...tying with the Yanks and losing that game on Thursday. (Not saying tyingm would be the worst but losing that game would be.) Then, let's say Oakland finishes at least tied with us. We'd have to fly to Oakland that night and play them Friday on short rest. Nightmare scenario.
Last edited by Fight4RGIII; October-1st-2012 at 09:55 AM.
Congrats on the playoffs. Let's make the World Series commute 40 minutes eh?
Congrats to the Nats fans as well. Except you Gacolb.
Last edited by KingGibbs; October-1st-2012 at 11:22 AM.
Sabathia going tonight for the Yankees. Hope he doesn't have his best stuff. And concurrently hopefully Chen gets his stuff together. Pissed I'm gonna miss most of the game, they got me working downtown again with the rest of the office three days out of the week now. Tomorrow and Wednesday I'm golden though. And I fly home on Saturday for a week!
Let's go boys, do this.
Redskins 2013 Opponents:
Home- Dallas, NY Giants, Philadelphia, Detroit, Chicago, San Francisco, Kansas City, San Diego
Away- Dallas, NY Giants, Philadelphia, Green Bay, Minnesota, Atlanta, Denver, Oakland
Hoping that the Wednesday game is meaningless due to us winning two and the Yankees losing two. Would hate to see Price during this series but the Rays will throw him if they need to. It's pretty much all hands on deck for them.
Amazing, amazing season...I'm not sure if this erases everything we've suffered for over the past 14 years but it's a giant step in the right direction.
Last edited by Hersh; October-1st-2012 at 12:01 PM.
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Talk about playoffs in college football:
We're talking about playoffs?! -TJ
I woke up this morning thinking our magic number was 1 only to find that we have no magic number because we're in the ****-ing playoffs baby!!!!!!
It has been so long I forgot what this feels like. Such an incredible time to be an Orioles fan. What a great bunch of scrappy guys that are fun to root for too.
“I just wanted to say to the fans … in D.C. and across the nation, they’ve been great for us, cheering us on. At away games they show up in the masses and at home they really made it feel like a home-field advantage. We said this when I was in college, ‘We got a chance to sit at the dinner table and experience success and it was a good meal. But now we want to go back to get dessert.’ We’ll be ready to get dessert next year.”
Robert Griffin’s last words at the press conference.
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