Texass will lose!
I miss the old Mile High Stadium.
I still hate them, and they are cheaters, and they shit their pants on a regular basis.
I wanted the Rangers to win the series, as they never have before, but I was afraid they could not win game 7, after the way game 6 went - they were so close to being champions. Mentally, that was hard to overcome.
Thanks to ThunderGirl for my great signature
Rest in Peace - Darrent (27) - Damien (29) - Kenny (11)#7 - JOHN - #44 - FLOYD - #80 - ROD
THIS ONES FOR JOHNWOULD YOU RATHER WIN UGLY, OR LOSE PRETTY?
I am a Rangers fan from way back. I remember them coming to town back in 1972 (yes, I am a dallas native). I was 10 years old at the time, but they instantly became my team. Hometown effect I suppose.
I remember the 100 loss season, having only one good pitcher in any given season (Gaylor Perry, Charlie Hough, Nolan Ryan, Kenny Rogers), dealing with the likes Billy Martin/Jose Canseco/A-Rod, sitting in the bleachers that blistering hot Arlington Stadium, showing up for free beer/bat/cap/hard hat/ball/concert/"Beat the Yankees Hankee" nights, seeing us get swept three times in the 90s in the ALDS by the Yankees...talk about long suffering. Okay, so I'm not a Cubs fan. But dang it, the Rangers owe us one! And to get that close in Game 6 just made me sick to my stomach.
Nolan needs to go raid the National League for some pitchers who can take the pressure.
Last edited by Fullback32; 11-01-2011 at 04:56 PM.
Whooooot Cardinals!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Used to watch Freese on a regular basis when he was on the Springfield Cardinals. ELEVENTH in 2011 baby! I almost went to game five in Texas... but game 6 was one of the best games I've ever seen!
(the previous comment was not directed at any particular individual and was not intended to slander,disrespect or offend any reader of said statement)
THE RALLY SQUIRREL LIVES FOREVERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
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