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Cabrera's time up

watch him go somewhere and win a freakin' Cy Young, probably with the Yankees.  (Dec 13, 2008 | post #120)

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Club expects to meet with 2 Japanese pitchers' agents

please, no more Sherrill as closer.  (Dec 6, 2008 | post #5)

Baltimore Sun

fantastic in the th

i see what you are saying, but their passing attack is just too good, and our DBs too bad. i honestly would rather play Titans, i want to play the Titans. we beat them weeks ago if not for a crappy call, and remember 2000? we were the wild card (or maybe won the division, i forget) and went into the "lion's den with a spear and said 'where's the **** ?' " (best quote by Billick ever) and beat a 13-3 supposedly super bowl-bound Titan team in their house. that would happen again. they really don't scare me.  (Dec 3, 2008 | post #55)

Baltimore Sun

Williams turns Maryland loss into a lesson

pretty sad when you have like 30,000 students at a university and can't find one guy 6'10" or above...troll the IMs for somebody!  (Dec 3, 2008 | post #33)

Baltimore Sun

fantastic in the th

No offense Jeff, but we do not want to play the Colts in 1st round, and not at all. They own us. They own us in Baltimore, in Indianapolis, on Mars, wherever. I do not want to see the Colts AT ALL if we get to the postseason. Must win the division.  (Nov 25, 2008 | post #29)

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Give 'O' time to catch up

"There is more to it. The Ravens weren't very happy about Heap's missing practices in training camp, and Harbaugh let him know about it. There is a confidence factor missing in their relationship. Heap isn't totally sold on Harbaugh, and Harbaugh isn't totally sold on Heap." last time i checked, Harbaugh was the head coach, he doesn't need Heap to be "sold" on him. just catch a ball, stop fumbling, and stop holding, thanks Todd.  (Oct 3, 2008 | post #34)

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The QB situation could be worse -- right?

agree with you 100%. that may have been the dumbest thing Steele has ever written, and that says alot. this is the NFL, where its all about win now. if Flacco is playing well, and Smith comes back healthy, no way does Smith get on the field. no time to worry about hurt feelings.  (Sep 3, 2008 | post #22)

Baltimore Sun

The starter

why the heck would they look at pennington when they had 3 healthy QBs when pennington was available? think man!  (Sep 2, 2008 | post #70)

Baltimore Sun

Burres roughed up by Rays

wow, the DEVIL rays finally have a good year for once, and all of a sudden their fans become pompous a-holes like they're from Boston or something. dude, you are a loser. did you actually go to the games in that pathetic dump of a stadium, or did you watch them on tv at the local Hooters like most of the whiskey tango denizens of tampa? congrats, your team is having a good season for once, but remember that 1 good year does not a franchise make. your team is and always will be, irrelevant. lastly, none of the people on this site don't make decisions for the O's, nor do we throw any of the pitches. your comments make it seem like we hit your batters, but the pitchers on the field did. suck it, moron.  (Aug 31, 2008 | post #12)

Baltimore Sun

Ravens get long look at Flacco

he lived in Ruxton...thus the name.  (Aug 24, 2008 | post #34)

Baltimore Sun

Ravens get long look at Flacco

Mike, it's "Bert", not "Burt", aka "The Ruxton Rifle"...get it straight.  (Aug 23, 2008 | post #14)

Baltimore Sun

Eight-run 8th propels O's past Indians

Reality Check, that's called being effectively wild. Who's gonna want to dig in against a guy like that? Pedro was the same way until he figured it out, and he still dusted guys whenever he wanted. I have no problem with him drilling guys as long as we won, which we did tonight.  (Aug 14, 2008 | post #5)

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The Babe went to bat for black players

Parkville, we will just have to agree to disagree, which is one of the things that makes this country great. but thank you for your intelligent and mature reply.  (Jul 6, 2008 | post #15)

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The Babe went to bat for black players

wow, i can't believe some of these comments. i wonder how many of you who say Robinson's number shouldn't be retired and that he's overrated, are White? the man was the FIRST to break the color-barrier, not Campanella, Doby, or any other great player of color in the 1950s. Robinson deserves every accolade given to him for what he did and for what he went through in doing so. he fought for his country, yet wasnt allowed to eat at counters or stay in the same hotels as his teammates. he never lifted a finger towards all the hate that was thrown his way, he just played the game hard and left everything on the field. retiring his number is the least baseball could've done.  (Jul 4, 2008 | post #13)

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