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L.A. Chieffan
11-20-2007, 06:00 PM
I don't care if it's a Repost

http://cbs.sportsline.com/nba/story/10475354

FAX
11-20-2007, 06:02 PM
I'm honestly surprised we're not represented.

Then again, we're typically ignored by the national media. This is one of those times it works out for the best.

FAX

L.A. Chieffan
11-20-2007, 06:02 PM
MEDIOCRE AGAIN MR. FAX!

FAX
11-20-2007, 06:04 PM
MEDIOCRE AGAIN MR. FAX!

ROFL

Yeah. We can't even rank among the worst when we deserve it more than anybody.

FAX

CoMoChief
11-20-2007, 06:05 PM
Shit where are the Royals?

CHIEF4EVER
11-20-2007, 06:14 PM
Shit where are the Royals?

6. Texas Rangers: I'm not quite sure whether the Rangers are embarrassing or sad. On the "embarrassing" side of the ledger, we have the $65 million contract doled out to Chan Ho Park, dealing away Chris Young and Alfonso Soriano for a few spare parts, and owner Tom Hicks' I'm-trying-to-cover-my-ass accusations about Juan Gonzalez and steroid usage. On the "sad" side, we have the trades in which they ditched sublime performers Mark Teixeira and Alex Rodriguez, whose lofty salaries had to be shed to atone for other personnel missteps. It's close, but I'm going with embarrassing.

Now, a team like the Kansas City Royals -- they're a sad case, as much of one as you're likely to see outside a Sally Struthers infomercial. Pray for the souls of both their players and fans, and be sure to leave your gently worn jackets and overshirts in the Royals bin at the local Salvation Army depot.

Cochise
11-20-2007, 06:27 PM
6. Texas Rangers: I'm not quite sure whether the Rangers are embarrassing or sad. On the "embarrassing" side of the ledger, we have the $65 million contract doled out to Chan Ho Park, dealing away Chris Young and Alfonso Soriano for a few spare parts, and owner Tom Hicks' I'm-trying-to-cover-my-ass accusations about Juan Gonzalez and steroid usage. On the "sad" side, we have the trades in which they ditched sublime performers Mark Teixeira and Alex Rodriguez, whose lofty salaries had to be shed to atone for other personnel missteps. It's close, but I'm going with embarrassing.

Now, a team like the Kansas City Royals -- they're a sad case, as much of one as you're likely to see outside a Sally Struthers infomercial. Pray for the souls of both their players and fans, and be sure to leave your gently worn jackets and overshirts in the Royals bin at the local Salvation Army depot.

That's funny.

One team is genuinely needy, another has spent like drunken sailors, but for the want of competent management, the bellies of both have been just as empty.