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Spencerholic
07-08-01, 12:48 PM
Just a reminder, thats when and where we can watch the Future's game tonight and cheer on The Stick and Juan Rivera :)

Gator
07-08-01, 01:11 PM
You bet. I also have to see Dennis Tankersley, the fireballer relief pitcher who the Red Sox traded to the Padres for Ed Sprague

NyMike
07-08-01, 03:53 PM
I will definitely be watching the game.

Is there another all star game going to be on T.V.? I thought Brett Jodie was supposed to be on an All Star team, and might have even been the starter.

Gator
07-08-01, 04:08 PM
Originally posted by NyMike
I will definitely be watching the game.

Is there another all star game going to be on T.V.? I thought Brett Jodie was supposed to be on an All Star team, and might have even been the starter.

There's an AAA All-Star game, and I believe that's on Wednesday.

NyMike
07-08-01, 04:22 PM
Thanks, I'll be watching that one too, if it's on T.V.

Spencerholic
07-08-01, 04:39 PM
AAA All star game is Wed night at 8:00 on ESPN 2 :)

NyMike
07-08-01, 04:41 PM
Juan Rivera is bating clean up for Team World! And Nick Johnson is starting at 1st base for Team US!

SkooterPhil#10
07-08-01, 05:03 PM
Yanks will definetly be all set when Tino and Paulie leave.

Spencerholic
07-08-01, 05:24 PM
Nicks 1 for 1 with a run scored already...nice start :)

Gator
07-08-01, 05:28 PM
Originally posted by Spencerholic
Nicks 1 for 1 with a run scored already...nice start :)

I saw....how about that slide though? :eek:

Some are wondering why he has so many strikeouts down in AAA....hitters that walk a lot, like Johnson does, are bound to get into a lot of 3-2 counts, and thus there more likely to get rung up than a guy who swings at the 1st or 2nd pitch.

yankeegeek
07-08-01, 05:36 PM
I just saw Nick!!!! He walked in the third. Thanks for the info!!!!!!!

This is great. I can't wait to see him on first!!!!!

Bern51
07-09-01, 12:00 AM
Oh, fudge...I didn't get to see this game. :(

KDream
07-09-01, 02:34 PM
Johnson is not a slow baserunner for a 1B and that slide was very nifty.

At the plate, he wasn't jumpy at all and didn't offer at any borderline pitch at all (no check swing). That's a trait of guys with great batting eyes and knowledge of what they are looking for (Edgar Martinez, John Olerud, Bernie, Giambi, Sheffield, etc.).