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One of the greatest moments in sports history. I find it's kind of unrecognized because it was in Canada.

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That's all.

i kid. at least it wasn't montreal.


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One of the greatest moments in sports history. I find it's kind of unrecognized because it was in Canada.

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That's all.

i kid. at least it wasn't montreal.


Good point.

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anyone from philly remember that big black spot on the turf in centerfield where he used to spit? :lol:

say what you want about that '93 team, but that year is burned onto my brain....god it was great.


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Good god look at that mullet. O, Canada!


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anyone from philly remember that big black spot on the turf in centerfield where he used to spit? :lol:

say what you want about that '93 team, but that year is burned onto my brain....god it was great.


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Good god look at that mullet. O, Canada!


Thaat's nothing compared to the Philly mullets.

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i really don't care that they lost, it was a great year, especially since they were picked to finish last in the division.

the Blue Jays were hands down the better team and I give them all the credit in the world. (paul molitor is the man!)




Whatever it takes, Dude!


1st- John Kruk
2nd- Mickey Morandini/Mariano Duncan
SS- Kevin Stocker (after the All-Star break)
3B- Dave Hollins
OF- Pete Incaviglia
OF- Jim Eisenreich
OF- Lenny Dykstra
OF- Milt Thompson (bench) - he's now the hitting coach for the Phils
C- Darren Daulton
SP- Curt Schilling, Tommy Greene, Terry Mulholland, Ben Rivera and David West


I will never forget that lineup as long as I live... Mariano's grand slam on Mothers Day, Pete's many run-ins with the left-field wall, that 8 run comeback against the Giants against the rain... so many great memories from that team...


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I should spit on the 8 autographed pieces of memorabilia I have from Lenny


go for it... i took a baseball bat to my framed poster of mcgwire hitting number 62


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the two best teams of 1993... end of story

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he also spent nearly 20 million on smokeless chewing tobacco.


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parchy wrote:
1st- John Kruk
2nd- Mickey Morandini/Mariano Duncan
SS- Kevin Stocker (after the All-Star break)
3B- Dave Hollins
OF- Pete Incaviglia
OF- Jim Eisenreich
OF- Lenny Dykstra
OF- Milt Thompson (bench) - he's now the hitting coach for the Phils
C- Darren Daulton
SP- Curt Schilling, Tommy Greene, Terry Mulholland, Ben Rivera and David West


I will never forget that lineup as long as I live... Mariano's grand slam on Mothers Day, Pete's many run-ins with the left-field wall, that 8 run comeback against the Giants against the rain... so many great memories from that team...


That's an amazing lineup, but...

C - Pat Borders
1B - John Olerud - 24-107-.363, batting champion
2B - Roberto Alomar - 17-93-.326, 55 SB
3B - Ed Sprague - 12-73-.260
SS - Tony Fernandez - 4-50-.306, 15 SB (in 94 games)
RF - Joe Carter - 33-121-.254
CF - Devon White - 15-52-.273, 34 SB
LF - Turner Ward/Rickey Henderson
DH - Paul Molitor - 22-111-.332, 22 SB

Add a starting rotation of Juan Guzman, Pat Hentgen, Todd Stottlemyre, Jack Morris and Dave Stewart... beat that.

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PhilPritchard wrote:
parchy wrote:
1st- John Kruk
2nd- Mickey Morandini/Mariano Duncan
SS- Kevin Stocker (after the All-Star break)
3B- Dave Hollins
OF- Pete Incaviglia
OF- Jim Eisenreich
OF- Lenny Dykstra
OF- Milt Thompson (bench) - he's now the hitting coach for the Phils
C- Darren Daulton
SP- Curt Schilling, Tommy Greene, Terry Mulholland, Ben Rivera and David West


I will never forget that lineup as long as I live... Mariano's grand slam on Mothers Day, Pete's many run-ins with the left-field wall, that 8 run comeback against the Giants against the rain... so many great memories from that team...


That's an amazing lineup, but...

C - Pat Borders
1B - John Olerud - 24-107-.363, batting champion
2B - Roberto Alomar - 17-93-.326, 55 SB
3B - Ed Sprague - 12-73-.260
SS - Tony Fernandez - 4-50-.306, 15 SB (in 94 games)
RF - Joe Carter - 33-121-.254
CF - Devon White - 15-52-.273, 34 SB
LF - Turner Ward/Rickey Henderson
DH - Paul Molitor - 22-111-.332, 22 SB

Add a starting rotation of Juan Guzman, Pat Hentgen, Todd Stottlemyre, Jack Morris and Dave Stewart... beat that.




Dude, I'm not trying to 'beat' the Blue Jays... you won, that's okay with me... I'm over it... you don't always have to try and one-up a Phillies fan everytime they mention 1993

That being said I wasn't mentioning that lineup because of how 'good' it was... in fact, any other year with that lineup and you'll be lucky to be .500... that's probably the reason it was such an awesome team... a bunch of no-names and animals banded together to somehow get to the World Series... hell, I'm still proud of those guys


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Dude, I'm not trying to 'beat' the Blue Jays... you won, that's okay with me... I'm over it... you don't always have to try and one-up a Phillies fan everytime they mention 1993

That being said I wasn't mentioning that lineup because of how 'good' it was... in fact, any other year with that lineup and you'll be lucky to be .500... that's probably the reason it was such an awesome team... a bunch of no-names and animals banded together to somehow get to the World Series... hell, I'm still proud of those guys


Sorry, I get a little carried away sometimes. The only reason I'm trying to one up you is because it's all I've got. That's all the Jays have ever done and I'm a Leafs fan... so you know how I feel about that issue.

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Dude, I'm not trying to 'beat' the Blue Jays... you won, that's okay with me... I'm over it... you don't always have to try and one-up a Phillies fan everytime they mention 1993

That being said I wasn't mentioning that lineup because of how 'good' it was... in fact, any other year with that lineup and you'll be lucky to be .500... that's probably the reason it was such an awesome team... a bunch of no-names and animals banded together to somehow get to the World Series... hell, I'm still proud of those guys


Sorry, I get a little carried away sometimes. The only reason I'm trying to one up you is because it's all I've got. That's all the Jays have ever done and I'm a Leafs fan... so you know how I feel about that issue.




Not a big deal at all... chances are I'd be doing the same thing if the Phillies ever won anything in my lifetime


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Whatever it takes, Dude!


1st- John Kruk
2nd- Mickey Morandini/Mariano Duncan
SS- Kevin Stocker (after the All-Star break)
3B- Dave Hollins
OF- Pete Incaviglia
OF- Jim Eisenreich
OF- Lenny Dykstra
OF- Milt Thompson (bench) - he's now the hitting coach for the Phils
C- Darren Daulton
SP- Curt Schilling, Tommy Greene, Terry Mulholland, Ben Rivera and David West


I will never forget that lineup as long as I live... Mariano's grand slam on Mothers Day, Pete's many run-ins with the left-field wall, that 8 run comeback against the Giants against the rain... so many great memories from that team...


thanks for bringing a tear to my eye..

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Cal Varnsen wrote:
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Whatever it takes, Dude!


1st- John Kruk
2nd- Mickey Morandini/Mariano Duncan
SS- Kevin Stocker (after the All-Star break)
3B- Dave Hollins
OF- Pete Incaviglia
OF- Jim Eisenreich
OF- Lenny Dykstra
OF- Milt Thompson (bench) - he's now the hitting coach for the Phils
C- Darren Daulton
SP- Curt Schilling, Tommy Greene, Terry Mulholland, Ben Rivera and David West


I will never forget that lineup as long as I live... Mariano's grand slam on Mothers Day, Pete's many run-ins with the left-field wall, that 8 run comeback against the Giants against the rain... so many great memories from that team...


thanks for bringing a tear to my eye..



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Everytime I see the Krukster on ESPN these days I think about when he and Darren Daulton went to the All Star Game that year... do you remember that Randy Johnson pitch that went like 4 feet over Kruk's head? Man, memories...


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good article on dykstra from jayson stark at espn.com:

http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/columns/s ... id=2046213

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Everytime I see the Krukster on ESPN these days I think about when he and Darren Daulton went to the All Star Game that year... do you remember that Randy Johnson pitch that went like 4 feet over Kruk's head? Man, memories...


i'll never forget it....and when kruk turned his helmet around?

classic moments...

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Everytime I see the Krukster on ESPN these days I think about when he and Darren Daulton went to the All Star Game that year... do you remember that Randy Johnson pitch that went like 4 feet over Kruk's head? Man, memories...


i'll never forget it....and when kruk turned his helmet around?

classic moments...




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 Post subject: Re: Report: Dykstra was juicing and gambling
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Where's the Dykstra thread on how fucking nuts this guy is?

Anyway, here is a video of him pawning all his MLB rings.

http://www.tv-tokyo.co.jp/nms/acconomi/post_518.html

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 Post subject: Re: Report: Dykstra was juicing and gambling
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http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vault/article/magazine/MAG1195702/1/index.htm

I'm sure there's a spot on the prison softball team for you Nails. Good riddance. I personally blame his steroid use for the Braves not winning it all in 1993, very likely the best team of their multi-year playoff run.


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 Post subject: Re: Report: Dykstra was juicing and gambling
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dude probably can't even pick up a bat now, he looks like a gremlin or something

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