Since: 2.1.02 From: Kentucky - Home of the 8 time NCAA Champ Wildcats
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#2 Posted on 11.10.04 0902.50 Reposted on: 11.10.11 0903.15
I was impressed with that last night, I even explained to my wife that it was a hockey tradition. I really think that should be the standard at the end of all baseball playoff series. Classy move by the Dodgers.
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#4 Posted on 11.10.04 0918.19 Reposted on: 11.10.11 0919.44
Why didn't Milton Bradley punch someone? I was actually really worried when he was up with two down in the ninth that he'd strike out and go stomp on a baby or hit a security guard with his bat. Really happy he got on and Alex Cora was the one to end it.
#7 Posted on 11.10.04 2039.36 Reposted on: 11.10.11 2039.38
Yes that was something that always stood out in hockey. No matter how many times players tried to bludgeon each other into injury with large wooden sticks, tried to concuss each other by smashing their heads into the wall, or tried to "take out" a certain player on the other team by sending in their "goon" they were always classy enough to shake hands afterwards.