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    jjgold
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    Nationals Devastating

    Printing money legally

    Thank You

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    YuuuuuuuuuuuuuuP

    LOL Mad Max and Stras at big plus money! It's a license to steal JJ!
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    They are too hot.

    Better pitching and hitters

    Astros are for squares.

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    Astros are going to get swept.

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    so are the Nationals still dead money.... LB?


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    Sweep likely ....

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    If you have good pitchers you win mlb

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    What we’ve also witnessed was the first team to beat 20-game winners in the first two games of any World Series since Mudcat Grant’s 1965 Twins beat Don Drysdale and Sandy Koufax.

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    So what we’ve just witnessed is only the third team in history to win the first two games of any World Series against a team that won as many games as the Astros. The others: The 1954 Giants (who swept the 111-win Indians) and 1986 Red Sox (who, as mentioned, blew that lead over the 108-win Mets).

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