Discussion in 'Community' started by DarthIntegral
, Dec 17, 2007.
In the NFL, that's for sure.
That's a great picture.
Prior to this season, 110 teams have opened a Major League Baseball season 0-5. 2 (1.9%) have made the post season.
May I present to you, the 0-5 Boston Red Sox, who, according to history, now have a 1.9% chance of making the playoffs.
[hl=purple]They beat Boston!: 2009-2010 L.A. Lakers: Back-to-Back World Champions [/hl]
The Jays screwed this up. I'm sorry on behalf of Jays fans.
it's funny how fast the red sox went from second most lovable losers to universally despised juggernaut.
I hate the patriots, but I like the Celtics, and I don't give a rat's ass about baseball or hockey.
I care about playoff hockey right now just barely enough to be slightly happy to see Boston down 2-0 after two home games.
I just bought a ticket to the June 24th Pirates - Red Sox game at PNC Park. I've never been able to boo the BoSox in person before...looking forward to it.
Just as long as you're prepared to endure my mockery afterward when the Pirates get swept.
You think sweeping the Pirates is some sort of achievement?
The Pirates are actually playing decently well right now. We'll see how things are going in two weeks, though.
I didn't used to be. I am now.
Not really, but I owe DMC some mockery.
Yes, the Pirates are actually doing OK this season, so maybe they have a chance.
lol, Hood, I think that you get to do that enough.
The circle is complete.
So this means that, in the past 10 years, all four major Boston sports franchises have won their respective championship, does it not?
Yes, it does.
The New England Patriots now have the longest current title drought in Boston. Weird.
At least the Revs have never won a Supporter's Shield nor an MLS Cup.
As we were saying, the Patriots . . .