Recent Locker Room Comments by bcb2k2

Can't believe I'm in second right now. There's still a chance for me to win it all too...*fingers crossed*

posted by bcb2k2 at 12:56 PM on March 22, 2004

Screw your Jaspers! :-< Oh, so painful!

posted by bcb2k2 at 03:25 PM on March 18, 2004

Woo hoo! Almost took it last year, and back for more torture this year! -- Pix from the Satellite of Love

posted by bcb2k2 at 08:05 PM on March 15, 2004

Odd that Chadwick would pick sacrifice to take the S over strikeout (or, I guess, struck). I would think sacrifice would live with a 'Sac' designation.

posted by bcb2k2 at 10:53 AM on March 12, 2004

Oh, and my boy A.J. Burnett threw a no-hitter with 9 walks. Did win, though.

posted by bcb2k2 at 10:12 AM on March 12, 2004

Here's another question...why are strikeouts scored as Ks? I mean, there is a letter k in the word strikeout, but I've never heard a reason for this stat designation.

posted by bcb2k2 at 10:11 AM on March 12, 2004

No on all counts.

posted by bcb2k2 at 08:33 AM on March 05, 2004

I can play as well this year...not as up on baseball as I am in other sports, but with my Marlins as reigning WS champs, I'm feeling lucky!

posted by bcb2k2 at 12:02 PM on February 04, 2004

Thank you for coming! I'll see you in hell!

posted by bcb2k2 at 12:53 PM on January 13, 2004

"The doctor said I wouldn't get so many nosebleeds if I kept my finger outta there"

posted by bcb2k2 at 11:56 AM on January 13, 2004

Well, I would post it, were it not for the complete rejection syndrome I'm forced to deal with now. Like, what I say isn't good enough, and stuff. *whimper*

posted by bcb2k2 at 10:07 PM on January 12, 2004

I get this issue on this thread.

posted by bcb2k2 at 06:30 PM on January 12, 2004

I'll say: Baltimore - I don't like either team, but having to pick one, I'll go with the home squad. Denver - See Week 16 in primetime. Colts didn't show up, will they this time? I say no. Carolina - Dallas has been very shaky of late (at least offensively), and Carolina gets it done on defense and special teams. Green Bay - Seattle can't win on the road. Period.

posted by bcb2k2 at 08:08 AM on December 31, 2003

My team is mediocre, and I have no feeling for win or loss possibilities going into each weekend. Oh well...maybe mediocrity is enough for the playoffs this year.

posted by bcb2k2 at 01:22 PM on November 12, 2003

I ain't a yank...I'm from the south, dagnabbit!

posted by bcb2k2 at 09:32 PM on October 12, 2003

Bah! You all suck! Goatees pwnz @ll! /trash So far, this has been a decent fantasy season...of course, I learned last year that can change real quick.

posted by bcb2k2 at 11:26 AM on October 08, 2003

I'd be up for it. I don't follow the NBA like I used to, but I'd give it a shot.

posted by bcb2k2 at 08:00 AM on October 02, 2003

So...#2 scoring, tied for 3rd place in record. Not too shabby so far. I'm still kinda pissed at Koren Robinson for getting himself benched Week 2. I might be 3-0 if not for that. Ah well...

posted by bcb2k2 at 02:09 PM on September 23, 2003

I had the same, actually.

posted by bcb2k2 at 12:01 PM on September 08, 2003

By my last post, I mean the Yahoo survival game... I suppose I can stay on and go against grum from his game, tho.

posted by bcb2k2 at 09:30 AM on September 08, 2003

Wow, that survival game sure didn't last long... Hurray for me!

posted by bcb2k2 at 09:29 AM on September 08, 2003

i am what you call, in.

posted by bcb2k2 at 02:56 PM on September 02, 2003

wfrazerjr - I assume your team is the Rockport Rassafras, right? That seems to be a decent team. You could possibly stand a better #2 RB, and Javon Walker at WR is a question mark. Your backup QB isn't too hot fantasy wise either. I think that I (Greenbriar Goatees) came out with a fairly decent team. I will say, though, that live drafts are harder on the nerves. Watching and praying that nobody takes the player you're looking at before can create ulcers! Honest to God ulcers!!

posted by bcb2k2 at 01:53 PM on July 28, 2003

There seemed to be quite a few people who didn't show up for the draft Sunday. Everyone happy with the team they wound up with (I can tell team catfish wasn't)? As being my first live draft of any fantasy league, it was a good experience. Quick, too. I look forward to playing you guys this season.

posted by bcb2k2 at 12:27 PM on July 28, 2003

Goatee power!

posted by bcb2k2 at 02:35 PM on July 22, 2003

I concur with SF...the warning helps to hold of the IT folks at the workplace, but links with pop-ups should be avoided at all costs.

posted by bcb2k2 at 11:14 AM on May 08, 2003

Maybe it's Richie Cunninghams much more talented brother...

posted by bcb2k2 at 09:34 PM on April 22, 2003

Go tie for third! Finished third in another bracket set I was in, so at least I'm consistent. Now, if only I could win...

posted by bcb2k2 at 10:26 AM on April 08, 2003

jersey - you turned down a bag of oranges??? But, they leave no marks after a beating...I just don't get you people sometimes ;-)

posted by bcb2k2 at 12:22 PM on March 26, 2003

I guess I should have been looking more at this thread. Yes, as owner of The Satellite of Love, I am royally screwed now. At least I have another bracket waiting in the wings to win me some $$. Woo hoo!

posted by bcb2k2 at 09:47 AM on March 26, 2003

Sounds like a decent idea to me. I would like a separate something-or-other for actual game discussions, if nothing else.

posted by bcb2k2 at 07:49 AM on March 21, 2003

I hope this isn't in reference to the comment I made in the thread, as I was simply joking. As for "0 comments" being a sore sight for an FPPer, I agree. When one finds something of interest, posts it, and then sees it be ignored, it can be a pain. I've been guilty of trying to get a comment string going myself.

posted by bcb2k2 at 10:05 AM on March 13, 2003

What I genuinely like about this site as compared to Metafilter is the lack of personal attacking (prominent just today in a couple instances), instant post bashing (i.e. newsfilter, iraqfilter, etc...) and the like. Anything about sports is fair game, and every now and then you get a pretty good discussion going. I also noticed the difference in comments to that one particular post between the two sites. I chose to comment here only, purely for the subject matter and to help ensure my comment would not get lost in a sea of bashing and snarkafied commentary. This site looks like it can eventually get to the point where most posts will have many comments (a la MeFi). I just hope it can keep what it already has in terms of post integrity and well-thought-out commentary.

posted by bcb2k2 at 04:08 PM on March 10, 2003

Sportsfilter: posts are not actually deleted. They just disappear...

posted by bcb2k2 at 08:22 PM on February 19, 2003