Author Topic: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2  (Read 8809 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline spidernat

  • Posts: 54704
  • The Lerners are Cheap AND Crooked
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #175: May 05, 2007, 02:55:54 PM »
Oh hell with that Bob...it's not his arm that's the problem, it's what's between his ears.   :roll:

Yeah I think the fact that it isn't what was 'already an existing problem' indicates to me that it is between his ears.

Offline sportsfan882

  • Posts: 86983
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #176: May 05, 2007, 02:56:02 PM »
Nice hit Kearns.. Tolman holds Church.. WTF

Offline Senators2005

  • Lake Ridge, VA
  • Posts: 12261
  • Go Natsssssss!
    • http://nationalsnation.spaces.live.com/
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #177: May 05, 2007, 02:56:15 PM »

Offline spidernat

  • Posts: 54704
  • The Lerners are Cheap AND Crooked
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #178: May 05, 2007, 02:56:47 PM »
So much for a rally.

Offline sportsfan882

  • Posts: 86983
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #179: May 05, 2007, 02:56:53 PM »
I ******* hate Dmitri Young.. The guy is a disaster.  Now batting .225

Offline Senators2005

  • Lake Ridge, VA
  • Posts: 12261
  • Go Natsssssss!
    • http://nationalsnation.spaces.live.com/
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #180: May 05, 2007, 02:57:49 PM »
I ******* hate Dmitri Young.. The guy is a disaster.  Now batting .225
I can't help but like Dmitri.  I just like the guy.  <shrug>

Offline spidernat

  • Posts: 54704
  • The Lerners are Cheap AND Crooked
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #181: May 05, 2007, 02:58:41 PM »
I don't see many people at Wrigley consuming bottled beer.

Offline Senators2005

  • Lake Ridge, VA
  • Posts: 12261
  • Go Natsssssss!
    • http://nationalsnation.spaces.live.com/
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #182: May 05, 2007, 02:59:18 PM »
I don't see many people at Wrigley consuming bottled beer.
They've determined that Cubs fans and alcohol is not a good mix.   :P

Offline nats2playoffs

  • Posts: 18228
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #183: May 05, 2007, 02:59:33 PM »
Nice swing and solid double by Church, The Other Ryan, his 12th, tied with SORIANO for 5th in MLB.  (Alfonso is hitting .320 now, no longer slumping.)  Church scores on a DP, ending the shutout...

National Disgrace 1
Cubs 5



Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #184: May 05, 2007, 02:59:47 PM »
God I hate Chicago midday games.  Can never remember they are on.

Offline sportsfan882

  • Posts: 86983
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #185: May 05, 2007, 03:00:13 PM »
I can't help but like Dmitri.  I just like the guy.  <shrug>
I did over the first month when he was actually..uhh... hitting which he is paid to do.  At this point I don't even know if I want him on the bench when NJ comes back.  In the time being I think Jim has to call up either Broadway or find someone else in the organization who wants to play 1B and can hit better than .200, it's not that difficult. 

Offline Senators2005

  • Lake Ridge, VA
  • Posts: 12261
  • Go Natsssssss!
    • http://nationalsnation.spaces.live.com/
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #186: May 05, 2007, 03:00:41 PM »
God I hate Chicago midday games.  Can never remember they are on.
Hey welcome there stranger!  We need some good optimism today.   ;) :-[

Offline sportsfan882

  • Posts: 86983
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #187: May 05, 2007, 03:00:56 PM »
Casto playing 1B, nice.. Way to bench that hack Dmitri

Offline PC

  • Posts: 41575
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #188: May 05, 2007, 03:01:01 PM »
But really, rally killer pretty much applies to everybody in this lineup.

Offline metssuck

  • Posts: 5651
  • Werth on a roll!!!!
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #189: May 05, 2007, 03:01:27 PM »
I did over the first month when he was actually..uhh... hitting which he is paid to do.  At this point I don't even know if I want him on the bench when NJ comes back.  In the time being I think Jim has to call up either Broadway or find someone else in the organization who wants to play 1B and can hit better than .200, it's not that difficult. 
If those are your reason for hating Dmitri, Then you must hate most of our team

Offline spidernat

  • Posts: 54704
  • The Lerners are Cheap AND Crooked
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #190: May 05, 2007, 03:01:42 PM »
It's nuts how practically all our pitchers yield an exorbitant amount of walks.

Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #191: May 05, 2007, 03:02:32 PM »
Hey welcome there stranger!  We need some good optimism today.   ;) :-[

Going through this gamethread and seeing a couple of potshots and plenty of the same old crap, I sort of don't want to be here but being I have some off time at work, why not?

Offline nats2playoffs

  • Posts: 18228
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #192: May 05, 2007, 03:03:06 PM »
God I hate Chicago midday games.  Can never remember they are on.


On the other hand, your blood pressure is likely MUCH lower if you just tuned in...

Offline Senators2005

  • Lake Ridge, VA
  • Posts: 12261
  • Go Natsssssss!
    • http://nationalsnation.spaces.live.com/
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #193: May 05, 2007, 03:03:22 PM »
If those are your reason for hating Dmitri, Then you must hate most of our team
Yeah I don't hear him calling to bench Zimmerman.   :icon_mrgreen:

Offline PC

  • Posts: 41575
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #194: May 05, 2007, 03:04:20 PM »
...can hit better than .200, it's not that difficult. 

No one on our bench is batting .200 so it's not that easy either.

Offline spidernat

  • Posts: 54704
  • The Lerners are Cheap AND Crooked
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #195: May 05, 2007, 03:04:33 PM »
What do you guys think chicks are thinking when they hold up signs proposing marriage to players? Are they just being goofy, are they trying to get on TV, or could they possibly be serious?

Offline sportsfan882

  • Posts: 86983
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #196: May 05, 2007, 03:04:51 PM »
If those are your reason for hating Dmitri, Then you must hate most of our team
Everyone that starts on our team is hitting better than this bum.  Zimmerman's average is slowly creeping up near .250, Kearns' is closing in on .275, Schneider is hitting a bit better as of late, Flores is now over .260, Belliard is close to .280, Lopez is consistent around .260, Church is around .290.  The only exception is Casto but he is young and probably doesn't belong up here so he gets a pass for the time being. 

Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #197: May 05, 2007, 03:05:34 PM »
On the other hand, your blood pressure is likely MUCH lower if you just tuned in...
(Image removed from quote.)


No, I've been keeping track on and off on Gameday.  Its been a pretty bad game.  God, hate seeing Patterson get injuried again.  Church continues to go hot and even Zimmerman seems to be waking up.  Oh yeah, as always, "F ($0)rian0.

Offline spidernat

  • Posts: 54704
  • The Lerners are Cheap AND Crooked
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #198: May 05, 2007, 03:05:56 PM »
Going through this gamethread and seeing a couple of potshots and plenty of the same old crap, I sort of don't want to be here but being I have some off time at work, why not?

Unfortunately we're seeing the 'same old crap' on the field too.

Offline Senators2005

  • Lake Ridge, VA
  • Posts: 12261
  • Go Natsssssss!
    • http://nationalsnation.spaces.live.com/
Re: Nationals @ Cubs, Game 2
« Reply #199: May 05, 2007, 03:06:04 PM »
What do you guys think chicks are thinking when they hold up signs proposing marriage to players? Are they just being goofy, are they trying to get on TV, or could they possibly be serious?
Hey I'd hold a sign up at a PCD concert proposing marriage to Nicole Scherzinger...and I would be completely serious.  And I'm already married.   :lol: