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Completely dominated the Mets tonight, his fourth great start in a row to start the year. He's 3-0 with a 0.62 ERA, a 0.93 WHIP and a .162 average against. He's given up only 19 hits in 29 innings.

The old Huddy is back, and so are the Braves.
04-20-2007 09:41 PM
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GDawgs88 Wrote:Completely dominated the Mets tonight, his fourth great start in a row to start the year. He's 3-0 with a 0.62 ERA, a 0.93 WHIP and a .162 average against. He's given up only 19 hits in 29 innings.

The old Huddy is back, and so are the Braves.

just when cain starts to dominate, huddy has to steal his thunder. well that's bullcrap. Don't we deserve some time in the spotlight.

anyways, yeah hudson's been nasty. Good to see him back (good for him i mean). As i thought before the season, the braves are the most well put together team in the NL and one of them in MLB.
04-20-2007 09:56 PM
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I think the Mets and Braves are clearly the two best teams in the NL right now. Of course it's still really early and they might not be the two best three or four months from now, but I do think they will be.
04-20-2007 10:08 PM
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sorry to hijack the thread but i'm watching the giants-d-backs and they mentioned how stephen drew's brother is JD Drew. I exclaimed my amazement and my dad started laughing at me. My question is, am i the only guy here who never knew that stephen and JD are brothers?
04-20-2007 10:12 PM
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flyingswoosh Wrote:sorry to hijack the thread but i'm watching the giants-d-backs and they mentioned how stephen drew's brother is JD Drew. I exclaimed my amazement and my dad started laughing at me. My question is, am i the only guy here who never knew that stephen and JD are brothers?
Wow, I'm surprised you didn't know that. Tim Drew (relief pitcher for the Expos and Braves a few years ago) is the third Drew brother.
04-20-2007 10:16 PM
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GDawgs88 Wrote:
flyingswoosh Wrote:sorry to hijack the thread but i'm watching the giants-d-backs and they mentioned how stephen drew's brother is JD Drew. I exclaimed my amazement and my dad started laughing at me. My question is, am i the only guy here who never knew that stephen and JD are brothers?
Wow, I'm surprised you didn't know that. Tim Drew (relief pitcher for the Expos and Braves a few years ago) is the third Drew brother.

damn, never knew that either. i feel like an idiot.
04-20-2007 10:22 PM
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