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DB1985 wrote:

cory wrote:

i don't get balfour. he's been great in tampa all year, he stunk when he pitched in milwaukee. he's got wes helms syndrome.

Balfour was a good pitcher (that's why Milwaukee brought him up), but when you blow two huge games down the stretch with just awful pitching it's very hard for anyone to want you around.

I recall alot of "Ball Four" jabs during his Milwaukee tenure.

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T_Unit14 wrote:

Mr. Longoria may just be a legend already...2 bombs in the first 3 innings of his first ever playoff game...pretty good for a rookie

That total is now up to four for the 2008 Postseason...... A legend could definitely be in the making.

Not to be out done, Longoria's teammate BJ Upton has hit five HR's this spostseason as well.
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20 years ago today, a LEGEND was made;

Vin Scully at his best!!
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