Thursday, November 20, 2003

Sosa says Bonds had good numbers and a name but no one had better numbers than Pujol. It takes more than numbers though to be MVP. Who meant the most to their team, which team did better as a result and what would have happened if they had actually pitched to Bonds?
No way Sammy!

Tuesday, November 18, 2003

MVP Again!

Ah, once again and for a record 6th time, Barry Bonds is truly the man! He also challenged Giants management to make things happen next year. Let's see if they rise to the occasion.

I hope so.

/smiling about spring training


Sunday, November 16, 2003

Can Pujols end Bonds' MVP streak?

I hope not and we will find out Tuesday. Here's some background on the subject:

Bonds vs Pujols for 2003 MVP
The Deals are starting now...

A lot of people, including me, were surprised by this one!

The Giants traded Nathan and prospects Boof Bonser and Francisco Liriano to the Twins for catcher A.J. Pierzynski and a player to be named or cash. Nathan expressed relief that he is going to a team that has won two consecutive division titles rather than an organization "going the other way."

Giants acquire Pierzynski

Thursday, November 13, 2003

Well, Jason Schmidt didn't win the Cy Young. He came in second well back in the voting. Losing to a Dodger, Eric Gaage, isn't really a big deal and his future should be very bright if all is well with that injury he had at the end of the season. It seems like it was quite some time back but really just a little over a month. I'll be thinking about spring training in no time. I hope I can get down to Scottsdale and catch a few games in the sun again this year.

Ah, that does sound good!

/dreaming here

Sunday, November 02, 2003

Another Award for Barry Bonds

"KANSAS CITY -- St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Albert Pujols and San Francisco Giants outfielder Barry Bonds were both named co-recipients of the Oscar Charleston Legacy Award from the Negro leagues Baseball Museum for being the National League's Most Valuable Player. Pujols earned the honor by leading the National League in batting with a .359 average, with 43 homeruns and 124 runs batted in for Cardinals. Bonds posted similar numbers with the Giants, batting .341 with 45 homeruns and driving in 90. He also helped lead his team to a second consecutive N.L. West Division Championship."

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