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Beat La Beat La Beat La

rexy2006

Well-Known Member
#1
San Diego Padres

Season Stats: 8-4, 3.59 ERA, 106 K's
July Stats: 1-1, 7.47 ERA, 18 K's

Chris Young is coming off his worst outing of the year, lasting only three innings while allowing seven runs en route to a no decision against the Atlanta Braves. Chris Young's last outing against the Dodgers netted him a no decision while giving up two runs in five innings of work. He is winless against the Dodgers in three starts.

Offensively, Derek Lowe has baffled the Padres throughout his career. The Padres look to finally solve a stingy Lowe riding on the hot bat of Adrain Gonzalez. Mike Piazza may play a significant role if he is in the lineup, although it is a small sample size, Piazza is 2-4 with 2 home runs against Lowe.

Los Angeles Dodgers

Season Stats: 7-7, 4.19 ERA, 68 K's
July Stats: 1-3, 8.10 ERA, 11 K's

Opposing Young is Derek Lowe. Derek Lowe started the season on a high note but recently has struggled in the month of July, allowing eighteen earned runs in twenty innings of work. Lowe had a tremendous outing against the Padres in April, the only time he had faced them this season. He pitched six shutout innings but came away with a no decision as the Dodgers bullpen managed to cough up a 5-0 lead in a game the Dodgers eventually lost.

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cam-cam
gilees
belissimo
a-go
greeney
blummer
barfy
cowbell baby
 

rexy2006

Well-Known Member
#3
Concudan said:
What dod Leslie Ann do now?
huh?

What a freaky deaky first! Last play first:

Piazza grounded out to second.Giles singled to center, Roberts scored, Giles out at second.Cameron grounded out to pitcher, Roberts to third.Roberts to second on balk.Roberts safe at first on 3rd baseman Aybar´s fielding error.
 

rexy2006

Well-Known Member
#4
Not to mention the game LOST an umpire in the top 1st.

The Homeplate ump excused himself for an injured knee. So now they are down an ump.

They played musical chairs and only have a 3-ump crew!

Umps are runnin al;l over tryng to keep up with the axetion!
 

rexy2006

Well-Known Member
#5
:icon_banana: :icon_banana: Strike em out, throw em out! Yesssssssssssss:icon_banana: :icon_banana:

dang garciaparrrrrrrrrrrrra is twitchy...Gwynn just said he should get some gloves that FIT! bwahahahahahaha
 

rexy2006

Well-Known Member
#8
NICE! Cam-cam hits a double, steals third and Piazza swings an RBI to bring him in.

3-3 tie...:icon_banana: :icon_banana:
 

rexy2006

Well-Known Member
#9
3-run bomb by cam-cam top of 7th off reliever Broxton!

6-3 Padres!:icon_banana: :icon_banana: :icon_banana:

Reliever sidearmer Cla Meredith got them 1-2-3 in bottom 7..
 

rexy2006

Well-Known Member
#10
6-6 bottom 10th.

2 outs.
2 on.
Saenz up.

First pitch groundout!

FINALLY! Brocail said something bad into his glove! :yes:

Dont blame him. The Duds are m-Fers.
 

rexy2006

Well-Known Member
#11
2 outs.

0-1 pitch.

Barfy does a partial swing.

Catcher asks for help..

1st base ump says he swung.

Bochy yells something from the dugout.

He gets kicked out of the game.

So, he came out and gave the ump a bit of his mind.

They keep showing the first base ump. He is literally looking into the Padre dugout for someone to throw out...
 

rexy2006

Well-Known Member
#12
YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!:icon_banana: :icon_banana: :icon_banana:

Barfy hits a hustling double-

Bard hits a single to score him-although he shoulda slid...

The Josh and Josh Show!!!

7-6 Padres, top of 11.
 

rexy2006

Well-Known Member
#18
strikes out ramon martinez on 3 pitches

GAME OVER! Padres WIN 7-6!!!

:icon_banana: :icon_banana: :icon_banana: :icon_banana: :icon_banana: :icon_banana: :icon_banana:
 

rexy2006

Well-Known Member
#22
WonderSlug said:
w00p!

I tuned in earlier tonight, just in time to see Cameron hit a 3 run blast in the 7th. :icon_mrgreen:
YEAH! It was flippin sa-weet! Halfway up the bleachers! :icon_banana:

Woke those peeps up-they are animals out there!
 

SDRaiderH8er

Well-Known Member
#23
I think the only way those Dodgers are going to beat the Padres, is if they double their Payroll. Its obvious with the players they have, they are not good enough.
 

AnteaterRaider

Carpe Diem et omni Mundio
Staff member
Super Moderator
Podcaster
#25
SDRaiderH8er said:
I think A Rod will look good wearing a Dodger uniform, 3 Errors a night, 4 Strikeouts a night, yup he would be looking great in a Dodger uni!
i actually would love to have him in a Padre uniform:yes:
 

SDRaiderH8er

Well-Known Member
#26
PostAnteaterCharger said:
i actually would love to have him in a Padre uniform:yes:
Untill he gets his head back on straight, and untill he gets back in any resmblence of any grove, he should be avoided like the plague.

The fans in New York are doing more damage to his psych, and with every little turn they drive another nail into his coffin.
 

AnteaterRaider

Carpe Diem et omni Mundio
Staff member
Super Moderator
Podcaster
#27
SDRaiderH8er said:
Untill he gets his head back on straight, and untill he gets back in any resmblence of any grove, he should be avoided like the plague.

The fans in New York are doing more damage to his psych, and with every little turn they drive another nail into his coffin.
i think a change in location would help that out immensely; someplace a little more laid back
you can't tell me that you would'nt be exicted to ahve a guy like A-Rod come to the Padres; the attention, the revenue, the excitement, the electricity from that move would be incredible
 

rexy2006

Well-Known Member
#28
i went on a party bus to the la-la game. just got back.

we sat next rto our bullpen and cheered all the relievers that wernt out to pitch.

what a great game. we stareted yelling "Beat LA" late in the game just before the 9th inning rally. it was saweet.

if they start ey leading off again im gonna scream. i mean scream.

i pass out. goodnighjtnow...
 

SDRaiderH8er

Well-Known Member
#29
PostAnteaterCharger said:
i think a change in location would help that out immensely; someplace a little more laid back
you can't tell me that you would'nt be exicted to ahve a guy like A-Rod come to the Padres; the attention, the revenue, the excitement, the electricity from that move would be incredible
Right now with the way he is playing, no, I would not want him on the team. He would be nothing more than a huge distraction.
 

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