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Miami.– Miami may be included in the Caribbean Series rotation, which currently consists of member-countries Mexico, Venezuela, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.

According to Caribbean Baseball Confederation president Juan Francisco Puello Herrera, the Miami Marlins have been contacted about using their stadium for the purpose.

But such a move would not take place within the next four years. A motivating factor could be the return of Cuba to the Caribbean Series, but it would have to be on a permanent basis.

Puello stated he can’t allow Cuba to participate in just one Caribbean Series. "They have to come every year to the Caribbean Series and stay permanently."

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Written by: jojosnogood, 9 Feb 2013 11:23 AM
From: Dominican Republic
sounds good i'm with that.
Written by: LVRod, 9 Feb 2013 2:33 PM
From: Dominican Republic
The return of Cuba to the caribbean`s classic would be an injection of a great motivation for Latin American baseball`s fan. Every body notice that the declination of the Puerorican basebal has made lowering the interest of the people for the caribbean series.
Written by: rokete, 9 Feb 2013 3:48 PM
From: Dominican Republic, (((( DEPORT THE HAITIANS, BUILD THE BORDER WALL !! ))))

Good let's play ball !!
Written by: Atabey, 9 Feb 2013 4:49 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--


I very much welcome the participation of Cuba to the Caribbean Series. Some people may be surprised about the next big Baseball land: Brazil. Yes, the land of the Samba and Futbol is quickly gaining some expertise in the game. Perhaps in a decades time, Brazil will not be any push-overs in a Baseball championship Series and begin to challenge the likes of DR, Cuba, Venezuela, Mexico and PR.

It would be GREAT for Baseball if Brazil were a serious Baseball nation. For the Caribbean Series it would add another wealthy nation to the mix, raise much needed capital and help solidify the overall finances of the Series.


Written by: hereIam, 9 Feb 2013 7:07 PM
From: Dominican Republic
When was Brazil moved to the Caribbean?
Written by: rokete, 9 Feb 2013 7:32 PM
From: Dominican Republic, (((( DEPORT THE HAITIANS, BUILD THE BORDER WALL !! ))))

This forum is funny and entertaining.

Most likely winds and marine currents, have been filtering water from the Caribbean Sea, to the Atlantic Ocean. into the Amazon River.

Play ball in Manaus and Rio !!!

Brazilian style, with beautiful Cariocas.

LOL
Written by: rokete, 9 Feb 2013 7:37 PM
From: Dominican Republic, (((( DEPORT THE HAITIANS, BUILD THE BORDER WALL !! ))))

They also play Baseball in Colombia and Panama.

I would also like to see those countries integrated in the series.

The more the merrier.

VIVA LA PELOTA !!!!
Written by: jojosnogood, 9 Feb 2013 7:42 PM
From: Dominican Republic
the cuban baseball teamn in miami lol.i think they will play 2 games and then half the team will defect and ask for aysilum in the states lol.
Written by: Ricardolito, 9 Feb 2013 9:11 PM
From: Dominican Republic, Zona Colonial
and the Dominicans will go on strike if they do not get more than 1 million pesos for 6 games
Written by: xwill7, 10 Feb 2013 1:43 AM
From: United States, El cuarto bate
I am glad that DR lost. The team that they sent did not have enough pride to win it for us. Las Aguilas Cibaenas would have never been so classless. Escogido and Licey are both the same and DR needs better than these two.
Written by: RoyStone, 10 Feb 2013 7:15 AM
From: Australia
Australia is definitely not a baseball nation, and is not in the Caribbean (despite the Dominican Republic wishing it was part of the British Commonwealth) however the Aussie team did manage to thrash the Dominican baseball team. Maybe they can teach the Dominicans the gentlemen's game, cricket, since the Jamaicans are experts at it? Hmm ... maybe not.
Written by: dreadlocks, 10 Feb 2013 8:35 AM
From: United States
Atabey, you did it again. brought the best talent, then failed when the real money was on the line. what is the matter?
Written by: ohhhvictor, 10 Feb 2013 12:29 PM
From: United States

roystone:
i love your remark..
cricket is a VERY boring game....
But if Aussies want to learn something , we can teach how a small nation fought against spaniards colonialism, french colonialism, English intervention,Haitian intervention, American intervention etc, etc..

We Dominicans love our freedom, and we can teach how to love your freedom as well, instead of being slave of a colonialist power.That means not to have a slavery mentality!

It's called sovereign !

Another remark that I want you to be clear at: Dominican Republic dont wish to be part of the British Commonwealth

I dont know the first dominican that even like that idea , not even as a joke! I

Dont worry roystone, there is too much YOU NEED to learn from dominicans before you leave behind that slave mentality!







Written by: rokete, 10 Feb 2013 2:29 PM
From: Dominican Republic, (((( DEPORT THE HAITIANS, BUILD THE BORDER WALL !! ))))

ohhhvictor

Those where well deserved word for Roy Stone.

I hope that taking that kind of liking, will stop his ticking.
Written by: Atabey, 10 Feb 2013 3:45 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--

States Herelam:

Written by: hereIam, 9 Feb 2013 7:07 PM
From: Dominican Republic

When was Brazil moved to the Caribbean?"


You are taking TOO literal a meaning to the designation "Caribbean"

IF you were to observe the overall elements that surround that term and look at the various groups throughout the Americas, you would be somewhat surprised to note HOW MANY areas would indeed fall under such a rubric. Many of the coastal areas around Central America, Limon in Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Belize, Colombia (on both sides, Venezuela, the Guianas, and Northern Brazil- Bahia! have a very Caribbean sensibility. Again, it all adds up to the areas where Africans were introduced and largely reside in. So even though Brazil and Baseball are not well connected historically, given their recent, however, surge of interest in the sport and large talent base to expand from, I would not count them out as a country with vast baseball potential.


Written by: Atabey, 10 Feb 2013 3:48 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--

"Bahia was a center of sugar cultivation from the 16th to the 18th centuries, and contains a number of historic towns, such as Cachoeira, dating from this era. Integral to the sugar economy was the importation of a vast number of African slaves; more than 37% of all slaves taken from Africa were sent to Brazil, mostly to be processed in Bahia before being sent to work in plantations elsewhere in the country. Bahia was also the site in 1835 of one of the most important urban slave rebellions in the Americas, of particular note because it was the only predominantly Muslim slave revolt in the history of the New World."



Herelam: How different from the Caribbean is that historical description?


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Dready,

How many MEN ON BASE DID DR LEAVE IN THE Championship Game?

Under the old rules, the ones that govern BEFORE THIS YEAR, DR would have been declared victors BEFORE THE FINAL MATCH.

They defeated Mexico TWICE in the SERIES.


Come again
Written by: dreadlocks, 10 Feb 2013 5:13 PM
From: United States
Atabey, if i want to look at the trophy, which country do i go to? as Bill Parcells would say "i do not want to hear about the pain; just show me the baby".
Written by: dreadlocks, 10 Feb 2013 5:19 PM
From: United States
actually, victor, cricket is not a boring game, as you might think. it is FAR more sophisticated ,than baseball, in terms of skills. the basic difference between cricket and baseball is that the ball comes at you at the same speed, but hits the ground. that makes a huge difference in the need for reflexes. think of how you would respond to a ball thrown at you by Mariano Rivera, and hitting the ground 3 feet in front of you! secondly...no gloves! watch a cricket game, and watch the fielders behind the guy batting the ball. ever try catching a ball that is coming at 90 miles per hour, off a bat, without gloves?
Written by: dreadlocks, 10 Feb 2013 5:28 PM
From: United States
victor, watch this. this is what you call skill


.youtube.com/watch?v=TEwCaxx1OJo
Written by: RoyStone, 10 Feb 2013 6:07 PM
From: Australia
ohhhvictor,
declares
"Dominican Republic dont wish to be part of the British Commonwealth"
Really?
Then why keep gate-crashing their meetings, and inviting them over, hoping to get an invite?

As for sovereignty, Duminicans never have and will have it. You are owned by foreign banks and companies, dependent on foreign tourists and employers, protected by a foreign power, and can't even secure your boarder with the poorest, weakest country in the western hemisphere. Having a pseudo klepto-queen does not give you sovereignty when your country is dictated to by drug lords.
Written by: RoyStone, 10 Feb 2013 6:11 PM
From: Australia
Atabey,
What is "Caribbean sensibility"?
Seems a contradiction in terms to me.
Something to do with high levels of violence, corruption, environmental vandalism and Catholicism maybe?
Written by: Atabey, 10 Feb 2013 7:08 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--

Roy:

If you prefer: Characteristics.


The bottom line is that Brazil can very much be viewed, especially in the Northern parts, Bahia, as an extension of the "Caribbean"

----------------------

Dready,

Again, perhaps YOU overlooked the facts: Based on the previous-2012 and before-definition of winning, the DR's 5-1 game results after the first 6 matches would have secured it the Championship!

The DR DEFEATED MEXICO TWICE during this past tournament before their 18th inning defeat, 4-3.





Written by: RoyStone, 10 Feb 2013 7:14 PM
From: Australia
Catches Dready?
take a look at
youtube.com/watch?v=xIOvSv9Q1Gk
AFL football - a real man's game
Tougher and faster than American football, with no helmets, face-guards, shoulder-pads, knee-pads or ego-pads.
Written by: Atabey, 10 Feb 2013 7:27 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--
Written by: RoyStone, 10 Feb 2013 7:14 PM
From: Australia

Catches Dready?

take a look at
youtube.com/watch?v=xIOvSv9Q1Gk

AFL football - a real man's game
Tougher and faster than American football, with no helmets, face-guards, shoulder-pads, knee-pads or ego-pads."



-------------------------------------


Catches!!!

Dready you need to see some REAL hitting.


youtu.be/kmKdAakyncw

MLB is not for wussies.

youtu.be/PvfPjkbk5BA



Written by: RoyStone, 10 Feb 2013 7:34 PM
From: Australia
I have spent much time in Bahia, Atabey,
Brazil's first capital, Salvador, and Porto Seguro, where the Portuguese first landed in 1500.
Indeed Bahia has some world-class attractions, perhaps only eclipsed by the Dominican Republic.
Written by: Atabey, 10 Feb 2013 7:37 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--

Even the Japanese hit HARDER than Dready's Cricket players.

youtu.be/wh07AvaQ2rI


Written by: dreadlocks, 10 Feb 2013 8:07 PM
From: United States
says Atabey

Again, perhaps YOU overlooked the facts: Based on the previous-2012 and before-definition of winning, the DR's 5-1 game results after the first 6 matches would have secured it the Championship!

the king of making excuses strikes again. look , Atabey, all the teams played by the same rules. i do not care about last years rules. the fact is, by the rules applied to EVERYONE, you lost.....again. where is the trophy today?
Written by: dreadlocks, 10 Feb 2013 8:11 PM
From: United States
ever seen a baseball player try to hit a cricket ball, Atabey? at least one Aussie, Norman O'Neill, was invited for a tryout with a major league baseball team. no MLB player can ever play cricket. they could not catch the ball without the help of a glove the size of a dump truck.
Written by: Atabey, 11 Feb 2013 12:29 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--


Dready,

Really? Your lack of Baseball knowledge is very poor indeed. If reflexes are your cup of tea, I hardly think Baseball players, especially infielders!, would ever disappoint in that department. And as for hitting a baseball with the many different spins and changes of speed, perhaps you are confusing Soft-pitch softball with Baseball. LOL

Did you SEE the action in the youtube videos above? No. Not really, because had you done so, HOW IN THE WORLD would you be saying such silly things!

Baseball is by far a more complex game and harder to play game than your cricket game. My son feeds crickets to his Breaded Dragon. LOL

Written by: dreadlocks, 11 Feb 2013 12:40 PM
From: United States
a baseball pitcher of highest quality is throwing at somewhere around 90 mph..thereabouts. a pace bowler in cricket is bowling at the same speeds. now. Atabey, do you think it would be easier to hit Bob Gibson if the ball came straight to you, or if it hit the ground before it got to home plate? besides, Atabey, the batsman only faces the bowler for six balls, then has to face a different style of bowler for the next six. would you like facing Hoyt Wilhelm for one ball, then Tom Seaver for one, and so on? as to reflexes, there are no fielders in baseball that are as close to the batter than fielders in cricket. yes, real me, with no humongous gloves. BARE HANDS!!
Written by: Atabey, 11 Feb 2013 12:40 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--

Since you're into catching the ball with the bare hand, check out The Great Visquel in action. LOL

youtu.be/TiUQUTm95H0
Written by: Atabey, 11 Feb 2013 12:49 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--

Reflexes says Dready, and bare hands, too.

Ozzie Smith makes your cricket players look like choir boys.


Take a look at this play by the great shortstop.

youtu.be/pCwNNqgrKOM


:)



Written by: dreadlocks, 11 Feb 2013 1:05 PM
From: United States
a great play, Atabey, but a mile from the batter. the closer you are to the bat, the harder it is..no?
Written by: lovingit, 11 Feb 2013 5:24 PM
From: United States, Delaware
I will say, I like the new Caribbean Series format even though the DR, with the best record, ended up loosing in 18 innings on the championship game. Having that last game really makes a difference and maintains the interest all the way through. In the past, based on record, the DR would have been the crowned the champion by the 4th game, with two useless games to play.

@Roy's

"...the Aussie team did manage to thrash the Dominican baseball team.."

Really? you are still talking about that? While the Aussies sent their Professional players, the DR sent High School kids to the World Cup Baseball. The tournament has now been discontinued for the higher level, World Baseball Classic, in which Australia, has only won one game ever, a 17-7 fluke against Mexico, who came back to avenge it with a 16-1 win in the next game.

You can't compare Dominican Baseball talent to Australian, worse yet, you keep showing how dilusional you are when keep saying that the Aussies have a better team
Written by: lovingit, 11 Feb 2013 5:24 PM
From: United States, Delaware
@Roy/@Dread

DR plays Cricket.. we call it "La Plaquita" and it is played in barrios just for fun.. You know what? maybe the DR could put together a team of old retired baseball players and I bet they will still hold their own against top world competition.
Written by: dreadlocks, 11 Feb 2013 6:20 PM
From: United States
top world competition in what? have you ever seen a game of cricket? do you even know the rules of the game? i have seen more baseball games than you have, i can bet you. if you never watched Seaver and Kooz, and Hoyt Wilhelm, and Lou Brock live, then you cannot argue with me on baseball. i have seen both games, and cricket is a far harder game to play at the highest levels.
Written by: RoyStone, 11 Feb 2013 8:19 PM
From: Australia
"You can't compare Dominican Baseball talent to Australian,"
I think lovingit, is confusing Dominican with American. Just because they might have a Dominican parent, or been born in the Dominican Republic, does not make them "Dominican Baseball talent" if they learned to play properly under US guidance, trained in America, live in America, have American citizenship and play for an American team - they are American talent.
The reality is that Dominican men (not the women) are hopeless at sport - every sport - even baseball. Tell me about their Olympic medal tally again - oh that's right - the Olympics don't count. (Duminican arithmetic).


Written by: RoyStone, 11 Feb 2013 8:24 PM
From: Australia
Okay, lovingit,
so the Australian baseball team only beat the Dominican team once. When has the Dominican team ever beaten the Australian team at cricket - or anything else for that matter, even once?
Like every other field of human endeavor, Dominicans are hopeless at sport.
Written by: lovingit, 12 Feb 2013 12:49 AM
From: United States, Delaware
@Roy

You are DEFINITELY DELUSIONAL. - Reason 1

Most DR Major Leaguers are born and raised in the DR. It is because of the talent they developed in the DR that scouts then take them into a higher programs. Yes, many of these higher programs, although in DR, are sponsored by MLB teams, but, that is the stepping stone to the majors, anyhoo, just to get to that higher level, you must have already proofed some sort of higher capacity.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_current_Major_League_Baseball_players_by_nationality#Dominican_Republic

This list does not include players born in the US from DR parents, if you check the US list, you'll see those players born in the US from Dominican parents there.

You are DEFINITELY DELUSIONAL. - Reason 2

Roy: "When has the Dominican team ever beaten the Australian team at cricket"

When have the Assies (no I did not misspell that) beaten the DR in Cricket?

We Probably never played against each other.

..cont


Written by: lovingit, 12 Feb 2013 1:08 AM
From: United States, Delaware
..cont

Look, I am sure Assies are better than Dominicans in Cricket, and I don't have a problem with that, especially for a sport that has no real professional representation in the DR. I do have a problem though with you always knocking off anything Dominican.

When a Dominican does well, you knock it off, or rumble how "he must have grown up in the US". Let me tell you something buddy, Most Dominican immigrants, or any immigrant for that matter, could only afford to live in crime ridden, blue collar, bad school neighborhoods when they migrate to the US. It is very easy for them to deviate into the wrong crowd, the wrong path, because that is what they see the most and learn to accept as normal, or feel the peer pressure (which even affects the middle class ones) to fit in and forget their roots, forget that their parent's purpose of migrating out was to offer a better life and give them better opportunities..

...cont
Written by: lovingit, 12 Feb 2013 1:10 AM
From: United States, Delaware
...cont

It takes a lot for the children of 1st generation immigrants to break that cycle move further up in society or not fall into peer pressure that deviates them. Now with that said, there are many many of us that break the cycle, that do not forget why our parents left in the first place and would be embarrassed to disappoint them. That do not forget our Dominican roots, our humanity, our culture of helping the less fortunate. That learned to be strict when we have to and demand respect by the example set by our parents. That we have to work to earn a living. These Dominicans, like myself, like my wife, like my brothers, like my cousins, and many others that I know, are a success not because they grew up in the US and things were "handed to us" NO we are successful because our parents instilled strong Christian and Dominican cultural values that kept us in the right path for making the right decision in our lives.
Written by: lovingit, 12 Feb 2013 1:59 AM
From: United States, Delaware
Now back on the subject of sports.. There is no sport out there, that embodies or could even match the mental abilities, precision and coordination, body flexibility and strength (except some pitchers, first basemans and designated hitters where flexibility is not required at all times) and discipline required in baseball.

Que Viva el Beisbol!
Written by: Atabey, 12 Feb 2013 10:17 AM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--

Roy,

You have to cool it. Yes the Aussies beat a Dominican Team in Baseball. BUT IT DID NOT DEFEAT ANY MAJOR LEAGUE DOMINICAN TEAM, AND NEVER HAS. There IS a big difference between the TWO.

And while it's certainly possible for ANY TEAM in a SHORT SERIES to surprise and defeat a FAR MORE TALENTED TEAM, the odds are NOT in their favor, as the booking numbers will tell ya.


---------------

Dready,

Ozzie's and Vizquel's demonstrations are but the tip of the Ice-berg: your Cricket players pale in comparison. And the collision plays at Home plate and on the bases just adds to the VASTLY more complicated and DEMANDING nature of the sport of Baseball over cricket.


To even attempt such a comparison shows your lack of knowledge regarding both sports.



Que Viva el Béisbol!
Written by: dreadlocks, 12 Feb 2013 11:39 AM
From: United States
Atabey says


To even attempt such a comparison shows your lack of knowledge regarding both sports.

lack of knowledge? really? compared to yours? i have watched baseball for a far longer time than you have. same goes for cricket. you do not even know what the rules of cricket are. without going to google, you cannot tell me the difference between an inswinger and a googly. you have no idea who either Sir Donald Bradman or Sir Gary Sobers are. do you know the difference between a slip fielder and a gully? do you know what it is when a team declares?

look at you. a guy who has never seen a cricket ball, telling me that i have a lack of knowledge about both sports. maybe, but i know more than YOU!
Written by: Atabey, 12 Feb 2013 12:11 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--

"lack of knowledge? really? compared to yours? i have watched baseball for a far longer time than you have. "

Being a coach potato doesn't qualify you as an expert, Dready.


:)


Written by: Atabey, 12 Feb 2013 12:15 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--

As Babe Ruth once told Sir Donald Bradman, in 1932, : “You mean to tell me you don't have to run when you hit the ball?” said Ruth, who was known as the Sultan of Swat.


"it was not a meeting of minds" LOL



Baseball over Cricket, and it's not even close.



Que Viva el Béisbol!

Written by: dreadlocks, 12 Feb 2013 7:48 PM
From: United States
says Atabey

Written by: Atabey, 12 Feb 2013 12:15 PM
From: United States, NYC

As Babe Ruth once told Sir Donald Bradman, in 1932, : “You mean to tell me you don't have to run when you hit the ball?” said Ruth, who was known as the Sultan of Swat

that simply meant that Babe Ruth was just as ignorant as you are. you do have to run when you hit the ball. why do you think they call the score RUNS? why do you insist in making your ignorance public? do you think that it is a badge of honor to show people how little you know? actually, i never played baseball, but i played cricket to a fairly decent level of proficiency. at least as well as you played baseball, most likely better. i bet you do not know what a cricket ball is made of.
Written by: RoyStone, 12 Feb 2013 7:57 PM
From: Australia
Maybe this is blasphemy,. but I think a strike rule like in baseball would speed up the game of cricket. (You can start throwing rocks now, Dready).
Written by: dreadlocks, 12 Feb 2013 8:10 PM
From: United States
it is blasphemy. how much more do you want? they already have 50 over matches. cricket is a gentleman's game, meant to be leisurely, and civilized. baseball is for people with short attention spans.
Written by: Atabey, 12 Feb 2013 9:36 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--


Dready,

This is headed towards ANOTHER rather rude take down and be-heading similar to my be-heading of you during the Soccer versus Baseball comparison some two years back.



Let it go or risk another skinning.



Roy no amount of rule changing will help that game.






Written by: dreadlocks, 12 Feb 2013 9:47 PM
From: United States
says Atabey


Dready,

This is headed towards ANOTHER rather rude take down and be-heading similar to my be-heading of you during the Soccer versus Baseball comparison some two years back.


you mean the skinning you gave me when even Manhattanite came out of retirement to inform you that there is no comparison between the physical exertion needed to play soccer and that to play baseball? if i remember correctly, NOBODY agreed with you. if that is what a skinning is, i will take them all the time.
Written by: Atabey, 12 Feb 2013 9:52 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--



"you mean the skinning you gave me when even Manhattanite came out of retirement to inform you that there is no comparison between the physical exertion needed to play soccer and that to play baseball? if i remember correctly, NOBODY agreed with you. if that is what a skinning is, i will take them all the time."-Dreadlocks




I have a little surprise for you Dready on that score. But you'll have to wait until tomorrow.

Sleep tight and don't let the bed bugs bite, dear Deardy.


Written by: dreadlocks, 12 Feb 2013 9:53 PM
From: United States
quick question on the soccer issue, Atabey. do you think people like Big Papi could last 10 minutes of a soccer game?
Written by: Atabey, 13 Feb 2013 9:07 AM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--
Dready and the Rest, meet Deion Sanders.

Asked the difference between the two Professional Sports, Sanders said:

(Baseball is the tougher sport because) "You can't jump around and get excited and go crazy in baseball," he said. "Nobody ever masters that game."

Get that Dready and the rest: "Nobody ever masters that game."

And that salient opinion comes from one of the greatest sports Star of his generation. An Athlete who was that good enough to not only play both sports professionally, but do so at HOF level in one, Football, and good enough in the second, Baseball, to interest that sports top teams to offer contracts. He hit a career-high .304 in 1992. He also led the National League in stolen bases one year. Sanders batted .533 (8-for-15) against Toronto in the World Series.

So who better to judge the true difficulties involved in playing both sports professionally?
He was all-state in football, baseball and basketball.

Dready, you're out of your league
Written by: dreadlocks, 13 Feb 2013 9:15 AM
From: United States
Atabey, you are out of your mind, as usual. we are talking about baseball and soccer. what does Deion Sanders have to do with anything?
Written by: Atabey, 13 Feb 2013 11:10 AM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--

Dready,


Let's see IF YOU CAN FOLLOW.


American Football is more demanding than Soccer or Futbol.

One of his generations greatest athlete, Dieon Sanders-a Three Sport All American and a Professional Player for the NFL and MLB, a HOF in the former and decent player in the latter, has stated the following:

Asked the difference between the two Professional Sports, Sanders said:

(Baseball is the tougher sport because) "You can't jump around and get excited and go crazy in baseball," he said. "Nobody ever masters that game."

"Where Sanders was flashy playing football, he was low key in baseball. "You can't jump around and get excited and go crazy in baseball," he said. "Nobody ever masters that game."


Get that Dready and the rest: "Nobody ever masters that game."



You are out of your league Dready.


:)

You saw Tom Seaver and Jerry Koosman, but know too little about what it takes to actually play the game.


Written by: dreadlocks, 13 Feb 2013 11:47 AM
From: United States
as i said, you have now decided to show us how stupid you are. doing a great job, Atabey. quick question...if i wanted to see the trophy awarded for the last caribbean series, to which country would i need to go?
Written by: Atabey, 13 Feb 2013 2:37 PM
From: United States, Bring DT Forum Back--


You're out of your league Jamaiquino. Go over and dispense your "wisdom" on your countrymen. Oh wait, you did once and it's helped cause their current poor state!


Written by: dreadlocks, 13 Feb 2013 6:36 PM
From: United States
Atabey, quick question...if i wanted to see the trophy awarded for the last caribbean series, to which country would i need to go?
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