senseiosin wrote:Gimie a break, baseball sucks and everyone under the age of 19 knows it.
That's because a lot of America doesn't have the patience for a good baseball game. And that's too bad. A well pitched duel between two stud pitchers is not terribly exciting to someone with a short attention span, but it is one of the best things in sports. Maddux vs Prior was sweet.
senseiosin wrote:...the concensus MVP Barry Bonds is a friggin roid head along with 75% of the league.
No 'roids in football. No siree. Oh, I have some swampland in Florida that I'd like you to look at. The Tooth Fairy owns it now and is sick of picking up Santa's reindeer crap.
Steroids are a bad thing for all sports. But, they are here to stay.
senseiosin wrote:Although this is the only postseason that is interesting with the Cubs and Sox, too bad the goddamn Yankee's are gonna walk away with it again this year.
If you watched baseball, the you know the Yankees are far from a shoe-in. The Sox faced elimination in 3 straight games and won against an awesome Oakland pitching staff. Wasn't last year's playoff's exciting enough for you? The Angels winning the WS - come on, that's drama. The year before, the D-Backs knock off the Yanks in dramatic fashion also. Two blown saves by BK and they still win. Each game was scintillating sports drama.
Yup, baseball playoffs are always boring.
senseiosin wrote:Naw, its all about NFL football and NCAA basketball for me, easily the two best sports seasons in the U.S. in my opinion. Salary cap, or no salaries at all are the way to go for the best competition.
No salaries in NCAA? You are kidding right? Oh, they get an education. RIIIIIIIIGHT. Chris Webber is not
It is possible to like both sports for different reasons. I love football because it is the ultimate team game. Something sorely missing from basketball at any level. Baseball has the individual matchups within the game. The tension and release of every single pitch can be an emotional roller-coaster for a fan.
I love football too, but let's not insult baseball or its fans.