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Hypothetical Baseball Question: Who Do You Start


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You're the manager of team going into the 7th game of the world series: DO OR DIE TIME (and there is not another game for FOUR YEARS!)

You have a 2nd year lefty and a 3rd year righty available, both with solid records.

You're playing a team stacked with left handed hitters.

Plus, your lefty already has a MUCH better record against them opposing team.

Finally, if you start the righty, for whatever reason, the other team will sign of ton of last minute free agents and load up against him with tons of motivated talent.

Who do you start?

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holymoses (2/6/2008)
The_ ATL (2/6/2008)
What the **** are you talking about?

The Democratic Primary

BigSlick has it.

3rd year righty. He's been to the dance before, and grew up at Wrigley Field. Knowing that the other team can't sign anyone in the post season, you aren't concerned about the other team stacking the deck. The lefty and righty have similar records, but the righty is a scrapper and the lefty won't do WHATEVER it takes to win.
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kicker23 (2/6/2008)
holymoses (2/6/2008)
The_ ATL (2/6/2008)
What the **** are you talking about?

The Democratic Primary

BigSlick has it.

3rd year righty. He's been to the dance before, and grew up at Wrigley Field. Knowing that the other team can't sign anyone in the post season, you aren't concerned about the other team stacking the deck. The lefty and righty have similar records, but the righty is a scrapper and the lefty won't do WHATEVER it takes to win.

Shoeless Joe, I presume?

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holymoses (2/6/2008)
kicker23 (2/6/2008)
holymoses (2/6/2008)
The_ ATL (2/6/2008)
What the **** are you talking about?

The Democratic Primary

BigSlick has it.

3rd year righty. He's been to the dance before, and grew up at Wrigley Field. Knowing that the other team can't sign anyone in the post season, you aren't concerned about the other team stacking the deck. The lefty and righty have similar records, but the righty is a scrapper and the lefty won't do WHATEVER it takes to win.

Shoeless Joe, I presume?

Clinton and Obama. Clinton has done and will do whatever it takes to win. She's been to the dance before (Bill) and knows how it all works because she grew up there (white house).

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kicker23 (2/6/2008)
holymoses (2/6/2008)
kicker23 (2/6/2008)
holymoses (2/6/2008)
The_ ATL (2/6/2008)
What the **** are you talking about?

The Democratic Primary

BigSlick has it.

3rd year righty. He's been to the dance before, and grew up at Wrigley Field. Knowing that the other team can't sign anyone in the post season, you aren't concerned about the other team stacking the deck. The lefty and righty have similar records, but the righty is a scrapper and the lefty won't do WHATEVER it takes to win.

Shoeless Joe, I presume?

Clinton and Obama. Clinton has done and will do whatever it takes to win. She's been to the dance before (Bill) and knows how it all works because she grew up there (white house).

Who do you want to be president?

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