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DrDirt Banger Since: 8.10.03 From: flyover country Since last post: 37 days Last activity: 22 hours # 1 Posted on 26.11.03 1708.49 | Instant Rating: 7.12 There wa a wire story that ex-Baltimore Orioles Manager (and ex-Indians) has taken a position in the Tribe's front office. Does this mean that the current manger, youngest in the league, is on a short leash? Is Grover there as insurance for the Tribe? Personnaly I thought the Indians were better than I expected this year and seemd to make progress. Still need pitching and some power, but are a good young club. Perception is reality Promote this thread!
Gugs Bierwurst Since: 9.7.02 From: Sleep (That's where I'm a viking) Since last post: 1077 days Last activity: 206 days
Y!: # 2 Posted on 26.11.03 1925.38 | Instant Rating: 5.21 Two things: 1. The Indians must going around, and around, and around, and around, and over, and under, and through their competition this year. (Sorry; I was raised on Sesame Street) 2. Well, they do play in Cleveland, so I guess a guy named Grover would make sense as the manager. (Sorry; I'm a history nut) Originally posted by PalpatineW Cheering for the Yankees is like watching a Yokozuna v. Barry Horowitz match.
whatever Bierwurst Since: 12.2.02 From: Cleveland, Ohio Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 13 hours # 3 Posted on 1.12.03 1559.24 | Instant Rating: 1.74
Actually, he is just around as a supervisor of sorts. Gives him a break from managing, but keeps him around the league while looking into future managing positions. Wedge isn't going anywhere yet. gugs - the fact that I got all of your references suggests that both of us need to get lives. I drove the Hummer. Sorry 'bout that.
They had a field day with this story on the ESPN morning show, including playing Whitesnake songs while discussing it. Of course, the funniest thing was hearing Kitaen called an actress.
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