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Blue Jays baby! We are ready to some make some fricking noise this year. 1-9 can all swing the bat for HR power, bullpen is decent, if only we had 1 more legit SP. That being said, still think we sneak into one of the Wild Cards.
Lawrie is going to be one of the best 3rd baseman in baseball (already a stud defensively), and Colby Rasmus is play much better this year.
Hey now. I had a great childhood, but there's also a reason I don't live there anymore. Factory town without anymore factories.
Time and change will surely (truly) show
How firm thy friendship ... OHIO!
Tribe and I grew up 20 minutes east of Cleveland.
Rangers, grew up watching them and going to their games. Great to finally be winning after all of these years!
Yankees. Grew up in NJ in the 90s so it was pretty easy to jump on board.
Just wait for Strasburg to blow out his elbow
ORIOLES MAGIC FEEL IT HAPPEN
didn't even know the nationals have fans
Yankees. They were my favorite team growing up during the 90s
Grew up in Western Michigan so everyone there is either a Cubbies or Tigers fan. I had family in Cleveland and the Tribe were awesome when I was growing up in the 90's. Always wanted to go to a game when we visited my family down there but they were always sold out. Finally got to go to a game in the late 90's and was instantly hooked.
I basically tell everyone I jumped on the bandwagon in the 90's and forgot to jump off when they started sucking.
\m/ go tribe.
Astros. Grew up in NW Houston.
Cardinals since I was 8 years old listening them on KMOX. A couple of years later, I learned my grandfather was with them in the early 1920's.
"The thing about quotes from the internet is that it’s hard to verify their authenticity." --Abraham Lincoln
Because I pretty much grew up on the Westside of Detroit. Trammel, Fielder, Tettleton, Fryman, there were some good players in the team when I was growing up. Go Tigers!
when i was younger and collecting baseball cards, i got a Nomar rookie and he wont the batting title that year. he became my favorite player and i came to love the Sawx
$50 bet with Rebels10 - Best of 3 Egg Bowls
**the $50 goes to others schools athletics dept**
BRAVES BABY , love um
Detroit Tigers. Born and raised in Ann Arbor.
White Sox. Used to play on the The White Sox in softball when I was about 5-6. Big Hurt and Bo also helped that cause.
There were not very many White Sox fans that claimed it before 2005 around Nashville. Funny how a lot more showed up after the World Series win.
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Rangers. The last couple years have been mixed emotions... thrilled to see our team reach greater success than we have ever seen, but depressed to lose the WS twice in a row. I know if we don't win it this year I'll be even more devastated. I try to stay positive and remind myself that even if this year isn't "the year", we have a great foundation in place now. We are now set up for a great 4-5 year run. We just need one year where the right vets, young guys, and free agents come together and get the right bounces in the playoffs. It may not be this year because going to the WS 3 times in a row is close to impossible, but I'm cautiously optimistic that we will finally win a title sometime in the next 5 years.
Cleveland Indians baby!
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