• HaroldHecuba: Mike Mussina is EASTERN EUROPEAN, not Italian....

Check out this ridiculous footage of the new MLB 2K7 being played on an XBox 360:

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I don’t know how often you all watch John Smoltz, but that really, *really* looks like John Smoltz’s delivery. Plus, they even captured Andruw’s half-hearted jog-and-catch in center!

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  1. Chalkdust says:

    I remember clearly when the Cincinnati Redlegs had all they could stand of Robinson and traded him to the Orioles for a fungo bat and a rubber arm. Frank Robinson was in the prime of his career, but the Reds management and their fans had seen enough. The experience humbled Frank, so he became a good team mate in Baltimore during the remainder of his time with the team until the very end.
    MLB did Frank a favor when they hired him to manage the Expos, a team in disarray. Now Robinson has burned his last bridge in baseball. Goodby Frank and good luck.

  2. Frank Robinson was a great player in Cincinnati !! He and Vada Pinson were branded as a clique and Robby was traded to Baltimore for Milt the wilt Pappas, what a joke trade !!!
    Frank was a great leader in Cincinnati , he had a GM WHO WANTED HIM GONE ; BILL CHEAP DEWITT 11

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