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Mastercheddaar


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2017 1:03 pm    Post subject: hmmm Reply with quote

Last time I was on campus was for the Vtech game we lost. Good times. Wish I had more of them.

That is all

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Shout out to all the sump pumps out there putting in work.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2017 10:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

ditchdigger wrote:
Shout out to all the sump pumps out there putting in work.


LMAO...that is one of the Most random things ever.......
Please tell me there's a Story behind this!!!!!
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DaWg_LB. wrote:
ditchdigger wrote:
Shout out to all the sump pumps out there putting in work.


LMAO...that is one of the Most random things ever.......
Please tell me there's a Story behind this!!!!!


Yeah.

It's called Columbus looking like Lake Erie.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2017 11:00 am    Post subject: Re: hmmm Reply with quote

Mastercheddaar wrote:
Last time I was on campus was for the Vtech game we lost. Good times. Wish I had more of them.

That is all

Mastercheddaar


Same for me, and also the one and only game my wife has attended.

I had big plans to mow my yard two days in a row. The clouds had other plans.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2017 2:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

candyman93 wrote:
DaWg_LB. wrote:
ditchdigger wrote:
Shout out to all the sump pumps out there putting in work.


LMAO...that is one of the Most random things ever.......
Please tell me there's a Story behind this!!!!!


Yeah.

It's called Columbus looking like Lake Erie.


Ain't just Columbus, we're doing no better down here.

What a crappy start to the summer.
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DaWg_LB. wrote:
ditchdigger wrote:
Shout out to all the sump pumps out there putting in work.


LMAO...that is one of the Most random things ever.......
Please tell me there's a Story behind this!!!!!


Just was watching the ducks swim in my back yard and I had a great appreciation for mine.

I don't usually have a pond in my backyard, but a gift from mother nature gave me one for a day.
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Indians are boned if they have to rely on a combination of Bauer / Tomlin as their #3 and #4 pitchers in the playoffs.
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candyman93 wrote:
Indians are boned if they have to rely on a combination of Bauer / Tomlin as their #3 and #4 pitchers in the playoffs.


No question. It's time to move on from both of those guys. They get quality starts out of them far less than they don't. I have to believe they could even dig into the minors and find something better.
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NateDawg wrote:
candyman93 wrote:
Indians are boned if they have to rely on a combination of Bauer / Tomlin as their #3 and #4 pitchers in the playoffs.


No question. It's time to move on from both of those guys. They get quality starts out of them far less than they don't. I have to believe they could even dig into the minors and find something better.


I'd be happy to land Trevor Cahill or somebody at this point. Our offense can get the job done in October and I know they struggle. I'm terrified relying on Bauer and Tomlin.
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candyman93 wrote:
NateDawg wrote:
candyman93 wrote:
Indians are boned if they have to rely on a combination of Bauer / Tomlin as their #3 and #4 pitchers in the playoffs.


No question. It's time to move on from both of those guys. They get quality starts out of them far less than they don't. I have to believe they could even dig into the minors and find something better.


I'd be happy to land Trevor Cahill or somebody at this point. Our offense can get the job done in October and I know they struggle. I'm terrified relying on Bauer and Tomlin.



Sonny Gray!!! Give them whatever they want to get him. He instantly becomes our #2/#3 and then our rotation for the playoffs looks strong with a top 3 of Kluber/Gray/Carrasco. With Clevinger as #4 and Bauer #5.
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mchjstnk wrote:
candyman93 wrote:
NateDawg wrote:
candyman93 wrote:
Indians are boned if they have to rely on a combination of Bauer / Tomlin as their #3 and #4 pitchers in the playoffs.


No question. It's time to move on from both of those guys. They get quality starts out of them far less than they don't. I have to believe they could even dig into the minors and find something better.


I'd be happy to land Trevor Cahill or somebody at this point. Our offense can get the job done in October and I know they struggle. I'm terrified relying on Bauer and Tomlin.



Sonny Gray!!! Give them whatever they want to get him. He instantly becomes our #2/#3 and then our rotation for the playoffs looks strong with a top 3 of Kluber/Gray/Carrasco. With Clevinger as #4 and Bauer #5.


Won't everyone be excited when the Indians stand pat at the deadline and feed us the line of "Danny Salazar is returning from the DL, so that is basically the move we are making to inject talent to the roster, plus we don't have to give up any assetts to do so"....
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mchjstnk wrote:
candyman93 wrote:
NateDawg wrote:
candyman93 wrote:
Indians are boned if they have to rely on a combination of Bauer / Tomlin as their #3 and #4 pitchers in the playoffs.


No question. It's time to move on from both of those guys. They get quality starts out of them far less than they don't. I have to believe they could even dig into the minors and find something better.


I'd be happy to land Trevor Cahill or somebody at this point. Our offense can get the job done in October and I know they struggle. I'm terrified relying on Bauer and Tomlin.



Sonny Gray!!! Give them whatever they want to get him. He instantly becomes our #2/#3 and then our rotation for the playoffs looks strong with a top 3 of Kluber/Gray/Carrasco. With Clevinger as #4 and Bauer #5.
He be the #3 pitcher. Carrasco is better than him.

It all depends on what assets you want to give up for a #3 pitcher. He is going to have a very high asking price because of his price tag and control.

In reality, the only thing the Indians really need for the playoffs is to have either Carrasco or Salazar healthy for the playoiffs to go with Kluber.

If the Indians enter the post season with a completely healthy Carrasco and Kluber, they should be just fine. You really only need to stud pitchers to ride to a WS title.
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buno67 wrote:
mchjstnk wrote:
candyman93 wrote:
NateDawg wrote:
candyman93 wrote:
Indians are boned if they have to rely on a combination of Bauer / Tomlin as their #3 and #4 pitchers in the playoffs.


No question. It's time to move on from both of those guys. They get quality starts out of them far less than they don't. I have to believe they could even dig into the minors and find something better.


I'd be happy to land Trevor Cahill or somebody at this point. Our offense can get the job done in October and I know they struggle. I'm terrified relying on Bauer and Tomlin.



Sonny Gray!!! Give them whatever they want to get him. He instantly becomes our #2/#3 and then our rotation for the playoffs looks strong with a top 3 of Kluber/Gray/Carrasco. With Clevinger as #4 and Bauer #5.
He be the #3 pitcher. Carrasco is better than him.

It all depends on what assets you want to give up for a #3 pitcher. He is going to have a very high asking price because of his price tag and control.

In reality, the only thing the Indians really need for the playoffs is to have either Carrasco or Salazar healthy for the playoiffs to go with Kluber.

If the Indians enter the post season with a completely healthy Carrasco and Kluber, they should be just fine. You really only need to stud pitchers to ride to a WS title.


If they keep getting swept by teams like the A's, I'm not so sure the post-season for them is a foregone conclusion.
What is it about this team and having underwhelming seasons when the expectations are high? So incredibly frustrating.
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BwickRedux wrote:
buno67 wrote:
mchjstnk wrote:
candyman93 wrote:
NateDawg wrote:
candyman93 wrote:
Indians are boned if they have to rely on a combination of Bauer / Tomlin as their #3 and #4 pitchers in the playoffs.


No question. It's time to move on from both of those guys. They get quality starts out of them far less than they don't. I have to believe they could even dig into the minors and find something better.


I'd be happy to land Trevor Cahill or somebody at this point. Our offense can get the job done in October and I know they struggle. I'm terrified relying on Bauer and Tomlin.



Sonny Gray!!! Give them whatever they want to get him. He instantly becomes our #2/#3 and then our rotation for the playoffs looks strong with a top 3 of Kluber/Gray/Carrasco. With Clevinger as #4 and Bauer #5.
He be the #3 pitcher. Carrasco is better than him.

It all depends on what assets you want to give up for a #3 pitcher. He is going to have a very high asking price because of his price tag and control.

In reality, the only thing the Indians really need for the playoffs is to have either Carrasco or Salazar healthy for the playoiffs to go with Kluber.

If the Indians enter the post season with a completely healthy Carrasco and Kluber, they should be just fine. You really only need to stud pitchers to ride to a WS title.


If they keep getting swept by teams like the A's, I'm not so sure the post-season for them is a foregone conclusion.
What is it about this team and having underwhelming seasons when the expectations are high? So incredibly frustrating.


Yeah that sucked but they will win the division tho. All they have to do is get in and then it's a whole new game.

It's like the 97 Indians. Underperform the entire year and then turned it on in the playoffs
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