Message from discussion The Chronicle reports - MLB exec: 'No doubt . . . Oakland will sign Bonds'
From: Grizzlie Antagonist <lloydsofhanf...@yahoo.com>
Newsgroups: alt.sports.baseball.oakland-as, alt.sports.baseball.sf-giants
Subject: Re: The Chronicle reports - MLB exec: 'No doubt . . . Oakland will
Date: Fri, 7 Dec 2007 19:26:44 -0800 (PST)
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On Dec 7, 6:13 pm, Jamal Bernhard <no...@nowhere.net> wrote:
> Shooty Canseco wrote:
> > I hope she's really, really mistaken. Because I'll be dumbstruck
> Too late for that...
> > Shooty
> > Who recalls struggling to root for A's teams that included Dave Kingman and
> > Joaquin Andujar, and really doubts he could handle rooting for any team that
> > included Bonds, even if Jesus Christ hisself was playing third and hitting
> > cleanup.
> And we should care about this why?
> Besides, everyone knows that Jesus is a leadoff hitter...
When he was on the Giants, like his brother Matty, he was a spray
hitter who might hit anywhere near the top or bottom of the order.
Felipe was the only member of that trio with any power.