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Is there any real reason for the NL to show up to the World Series

LT teh ghost

Well-Known Member
#1
It has been painful the past few years to watch the National League team play in the world series, and this year in interleague play. I don't see it getting any better in the future either. The AL seems to have all the money and they will just keep taking the majority of the good FA. I hope i am wrong. :icon_sad:
 

Boltdiehard

Well-Known Member
#2
I don't know about all that but gaaawd that was a boring all-star game. :no: But the Beers and pizza made it all better (until this morning).
 

SDRaiderH8er

Well-Known Member
#3
LT teh ghost said:
It has been painful the past few years to watch the National League team play in the world series, and this year in interleague play. I don't see it getting any better in the future either. The AL seems to have all the money and they will just keep taking the majority of the good FA. I hope i am wrong. :icon_sad:
You can thank the Yankees. With all the $$$$$$ Georgey makes just off of his own Television deal, plus what he makes from the League's television deal, he can make payroll, and not have to put 1 in the Stands. Now then how much does he make off of his merchandising?
 
#4
SDRaiderH8er said:
You can thank the Yankees. With all the $$$$$$ Georgey makes just off of his own Television deal, plus what he makes from the League's television deal, he can make payroll, and not have to put 1 in the Stands. Now then how much does he make off of his merchandising?

Damn Yankees and Mets too!! :icon_evil:

:icon_tease:
 

LT teh ghost

Well-Known Member
#7
1 New York Yankees $194,663,079 :icon_eek:
2 Boston Red Sox $120,099,824:icon_eek:
3 Los Angeles Angels $103,472,000
4 Chicago White Sox $102,750,667
5 New York Mets $101,084,963
6 Los Angeles Dodgers $98,447,187
7 Chicago Cubs $94,424,499
8 Houston Astros $92,551,503
9 Atlanta Braves $90,156,876
10 San Francisco Giants $90,056,419
11 St. Louis Cardinals $88,891,371 :icon_sad:
12 Philadelphia Phillies $88,273,333
13 Seattle Mariners $87,959,833
14 Detroit Tigers $82,612,866
15 Baltimore Orioles $72,585,582
16 Toronto Blue Jays $71,915,000
17 San Diego Padres $69,896,141:icon_sad:
18 Texas Rangers $68,228,662
19 Minnesota Twins $63,396,006
20 Washington Nationals $63,143,000
21 Oakland Athletics $62,243,079
22 Cincinnati Reds $60,909,519
23 Arizona Diamondbacks $59,684,226
24 Milwaukee Brewers $57,568,333
25 Cleveland Indians $56,031,500
26 Kansas City Royals $47,294,000
27 Pittsburgh Pirates $46,717,750
28 Colorado Rockies $41,233,000
29 Tampa Bay Devil Rays $35,417,967
30 Florida Marlins $14,998,500
 

SDRaiderH8er

Well-Known Member
#9
LT teh ghost said:
1 New York Yankees $194,663,079 :icon_eek:
2 Boston Red Sox $120,099,824:icon_eek:
3 Los Angeles Angels $103,472,000
4 Chicago White Sox $102,750,667
5 New York Mets $101,084,963
6 Los Angeles Dodgers $98,447,187
7 Chicago Cubs $94,424,499
8 Houston Astros $92,551,503
9 Atlanta Braves $90,156,876
10 San Francisco Giants $90,056,419
11 St. Louis Cardinals $88,891,371 :icon_sad:
12 Philadelphia Phillies $88,273,333
13 Seattle Mariners $87,959,833
14 Detroit Tigers $82,612,866
15 Baltimore Orioles $72,585,582
16 Toronto Blue Jays $71,915,000
17 San Diego Padres $69,896,141:icon_sad:
18 Texas Rangers $68,228,662
19 Minnesota Twins $63,396,006
20 Washington Nationals $63,143,000
21 Oakland Athletics $62,243,079
22 Cincinnati Reds $60,909,519
23 Arizona Diamondbacks $59,684,226
24 Milwaukee Brewers $57,568,333
25 Cleveland Indians $56,031,500
26 Kansas City Royals $47,294,000
27 Pittsburgh Pirates $46,717,750
28 Colorado Rockies $41,233,000
29 Tampa Bay Devil Rays $35,417,967
30 Florida Marlins $14,998,500
The Dodgers $98,447,187 Million, and they cant even beat the Padres, whats up with that? :lol:
 

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