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sudds green Offline
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World Series Game 7
" a magical combination of three simple words and one lucky number" says Bradford Doolittle, ESPN staff writer.
Can Kenley Jansen and the Dodgers close out baseball's best offense, or does Houston have a healthy-enough bullpen for one last game, bearing in mind it has allowed 16 hits, 16 runs and 5 homers in the World Series alone and has a 5.94 ERA for the entire post-season?
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Sneaky feeling the crowd will help LA get over the line.
01-11-2017 08:45
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louise_a Offline
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I didn't really understand much of that!
01-11-2017 11:53
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TheSuffolkSeasider Offline
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Think there's a game of rounders going on, or something.
01-11-2017 11:55
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louise_a Offline
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I did actually watch a baseball game on TV a few years ago, it consisted entirely of the ball being thrown and being missed by the batsman. The final score was nil nil
01-11-2017 12:04
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Baseball games are played until there's a winner. No such thing as a draw. Some games have lasted for more than five hours.

This has been a great world series so far. I agree, The Dodgers should win at home but I wouldn't put money on it.
01-11-2017 13:55
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foggy Offline
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I'm an Astros fan and the Bullpen has been horrendous all postseason, there's not a single closer they can count on. I think Verlander comes out on no rest to pitch the 9th if they are trying to protect a slim lead.

I've watched a fair bit of baseball this year because I was work in sports broadcasting so we're often running it, it was a slow burn but I got to liking it, it's mostly just nice to have on in the background, it's leisurely. But it's definitely stepped a notch for these playoffs, watching the Astros progress has been very fun though, lots going on. Can't wait for game 7 tonight.
(This post was last modified: 01-11-2017 16:11 by foggy.)
01-11-2017 16:11
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TomPNE Offline
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Game 5 was absolutely incredible, best game I've watched since I got into Baseball a few years ago. Both teams seem to only win at home so got to fancy LA but the Astros line up has so many explosive hitters than anything could happen. Gonna be tough getting up in the morning tomorrow!
01-11-2017 16:31
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