"Washington strolled to the NFC championship, outscoring their two playoff opponents by a combined total of 48 points. Their domination was more than impressive, it was historic. The 1991 Redskins boasted the largest average margin of victory among all Super Bowl champions."
--- America's Game
Well, here comes the grind. We'll find out a lot about the O's in the next few weeks.
It'd be nice to have not played two full games yesterday.. thought it was interesting that Thorne and Palmer (who are getting REALLY good together) said that the Rangers were probably already in baltimore while the O's were in the 15th or so.
What a hell of a stretch of road games!!! 5-1. Damn nice.
A bunch of my friends and I are getting a tickets to the May 19th game @ Nationals.
It would be cool to see a lot of O's fans there!
I caught the Saturday game. It was so sweet seeing those bombs over the green monster. On the way out I ran into Peter Gammons and shook his hand and threw in a, "how bout them O's?" He was a really cool man.
I know there's a long way to go, but I love how every one made a big deal about how embarrassing this team was because they lost to a college team. And a small college at that. A college team that used our pitchers. And what do you know, lots of teams are having a hard time hitting our pitchers.
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I want the peace of God in my life.
To say these words is nothing.
But to mean these words is everything.
Nobody can mean these words and not be healed.
It really is nice seeing the O's and Nats both playing good ball. It has been a long time since the O's could walk into Yankee Stadium and Fenway back to back and ***** smack those two teams. Loved it. I went to a few Nats-O's games in the first couple years (RFK and Camden), but I don't like going anymore. I root for both teams, and feel torn watching them play. Would much rather watch O's plays Sox/Yanks and Nats play Phils/Mets.
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Looks like the Nationals are trying to get away from us being their main rival and have ramped up their rivalry with the Phillies. Cole Hammels plunking Harper and then the GM Rizzo blasting him. That's the way it should be. Rivals with the division 18-19 times a year is more exciting then 6 times a year. I'll root for the Nats to ***** slap a Philly team any day.
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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
There will always be a beltway sports rivalry between DC and Baltimore. I like it but it would never be the primary rivalry.
It's Jeremy Kapstein....I noticed him too. And did some googling. His expression never changed. Though it did look like he changed his seat a few times. I saw a pop-up right behind the catcher. everyone in the crowd looked up when the batter made contact. not him. he just stared straight ahead.Originally Posted by Bang
Now it all makes sense:
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Chris Davis did a hell of a job yesterday. Imgaine not pitching since high school, and being asked to come in and face the Boston Red Sox in an extra innings game. You could see the difference between the two "emergency" pitchers. Davis looked like he knew what he was doing, throwing a couple fastballs around 90mph, had a change-up (or something) that had good movement too. And he threw strikes. McDonald looked like a running back trying to pitch.
"Sorry Danny, but I need your helmet for the rock party in Pasedena on January 30..."
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