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#45 : April 28, 2007, 03:25:37 AM

You think, RJ? Maybe I really think having your ankle stapled before a game is no big deal.
Do you know how happy I was when Shilling came through for them? He may be arrogant
as hell but he helped beat the Yankees and send them to one of the most memorable
series' losses in MLB history. So I'll always love him.

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#46 : April 28, 2007, 10:41:20 AM

You think, RJ? Maybe I really think having your ankle stapled before a game is no big deal.
Do you know how happy I was when Shilling came through for them? He may be arrogant
as hell but he helped beat the Yankees and send them to one of the most memorable
series' losses in MLB history. So I'll always love him.
Yeah that was great. Almost as great as Yadier Molina's homer last year in Game 7 ;D
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