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    Quote Originally Posted by SR View Post
    You know what would be amazing? If the Dodgers and Astros were in the World Series again and the Astros beat them again. Man. That would make me so happy. Wouldn't it be cool?
    Would it be a legitimate victory this time, or more cheating?

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    Quote Originally Posted by King87 View Post
    Would it be a legitimate victory this time, or more cheating?
    Well, being that the cheating in the 2017 season had a net gain of absolute zero, it would be just as legitimate this season with no cheating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SR View Post
    Well, being that the cheating in the 2017 season had a net gain of absolute zero, it would be just as legitimate this season with no cheating.
    You didn't just perfect a cheating system through a regular season, use it in the playoffs, including the World Series, and continue to use it the next season for no reason

    Even the researchers who concluded that there wasn't a gain (which is flawed because again, there are other reasons why the Astros might not have done as well in one split vs another) concluded that the Astros benefitted from gaining more balls than strikes at a five percent clip, which means you have an decided advantage, regardless of whether you capitalize on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by King87 View Post
    You didn't just perfect a cheating system through a regular season, use it in the playoffs, including the World Series, and continue to use it the next season for no reason

    Even the researchers who concluded that there wasn't a gain (which is flawed because again, there are other reasons why the Astros might not have done as well in one split vs another) concluded that the Astros benefitted from gaining more balls than strikes at a five percent clip, which means you have an decided advantage, regardless of whether you capitalize on it
    So....Astros/Dodger?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SR View Post
    So....Astros/Dodger?
    I’m a dodger on an asteroid!

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    Quote Originally Posted by King87 View Post
    I’m a dodger on an asteroid!
    An astronaut in the ocean?
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    Looked like Tatis JR broke his arm. Not good
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