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    Re: Randolph fired

    Quote Originally Posted by Überpöster View Post
    any my team has 1 less championship then my ENTIRE DIVISION combined. do i brag about it???

    This is pretty close to braggin, yeah

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    Re: Randolph fired

    Quote Originally Posted by Überpöster View Post
    in fact i looked... we have more championships than 16 out of the other 29 teams. so I can brag to them they suck and everyone that has ever come from my team is better than your becuse your team has won less than mine
    Great logic... wish I could understand it.

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    Re: Randolph fired

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonGM View Post
    And likewise, "he" didn't turn the team around. He took over the job as manager right as David Wright and Jose Reyes were emerging, and Carlos Beltran was added.


    I'm 18, and I've seen them win 4 championships. How have you seen them win 6?
    Ya know, my bad; I mean 4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koolzach1 View Post
    Well, Willie is just an excellent baseball mind. If handed a team that had a chance for the playoffs, I would have full confidence that Willie could get 'em there. Plus add in the fact that he is a former Yankee player...
    Quote Originally Posted by koolzach1 View Post
    Great logic... wish I could understand it.
    see above lol
    its ur logic
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    nice catch houston btw
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    Re: Randolph fired

    Quote Originally Posted by Überpöster View Post
    see above lol
    its ur logic
    I was only kidding, though.

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    Re: Randolph fired

    Quote Originally Posted by koolzach1 View Post
    I was only kidding, though.
    typical yankee fan

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    Re: Randolph fired

    ted williams was 100 times the player willy was and he SUCKED as a manger
    berra was WAY bette and was not good
    dusty was a good player and is NOT a good manager

    need i go on???
    being a good or even GREAT player has NO bearing on being a good manager
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    Re: Randolph fired

    Quote Originally Posted by Überpöster View Post
    typical yankee fan

    Typical Yankee haters...

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    Re: Randolph fired

    Quote Originally Posted by Überpöster View Post
    ted williams was 100 times the player willy was and he SUCKED as a manger
    berra was WAY bette and was not good
    dusty was a good player and is NOT a good manager

    need i go on???
    being a good or even GREAT player has NO bearing on being a good manager
    Umm... Not sure I ever mentioned that it does....

    I said that Willie is a good baseball mind, and knows the game.

    Look at his track record... it proves everything I am saying.

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    Re: Randolph fired

    Joe Sheehan has a good take on the situation.

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    Re: Randolph fired

    It's not willie's fault. A bum deal!

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    wait... i never said it was willies fault
    I think its omar's fault. but to lable willy as a great baseball mind... lets see him do something 1st.

    you think people thought joe torre had a good baseball mind befire the yankees. he had done NOTHING before them
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    Re: Randolph fired

    Quote Originally Posted by filihok View Post
    Some doofus (not calling you a doofus Zach, I'm sure you're a fine upstanding young man) puts on pinstripes and suddenly thinks he's great by association.
    b i n g o

    to rephrase a bit

    Some doofus puts on "fav team jersey" and suddenly thinks
    he's great by association.

    one can ADMIRE it.
    one can RESPECT it.
    one can "strive for the characteristics of" (fav team/player)

    can one truly "take pride" in something one had no part in ?


    anyways


    this just in










    Willie's still fired.

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