Soriano goes 30/30

Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by metrocorazon, Aug 17, 2002.

  1. metrocorazon

    metrocorazon Member

    May 14, 2000
  2. Jeff Bradley

    Jeff Bradley Member+

    Jun 3, 1999
    Manasquan, NJ on the beautiful Jersey Shore.
    Le Havre AC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Is Soriano a Senior International or does he have a green card? Think he's good enough for the Premiership?
  3. Section113

    Section113 New Member

    Feb 26, 1999
    Baseball is a booooooooring.

    Isnt this and not dead Giant, silly
  4. topcow

    topcow New Member

    Nov 23, 2000
    New York
    That is very impressive. Can you believe he actually ran 2700 feet this season!? You don't see that in baseball now.
  5. I am Joe²

    I am Joe² New Member

    Jan 10, 2001
  6. amerifolklegend

    amerifolklegend New Member

    Jul 21, 1999
    Oakley, America
    He is the best non-pitcher in baseball this year.
  7. otterulz

    otterulz Member

    Arsenal, Atleti
    South Korea
    Jun 20, 2002
    LIC, NY
    Arsenal FC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    You're a loooooooooser. Do me a favor, I don't care what other sports you might like other than soccer, so don't give a rat's ass about what other sports we might like. Thanks buddy.
  8. skipshady

    skipshady New Member

    Apr 26, 2001
    Orchard St, NYC
    Which reminds me. I got my formerly soccer bashing housemate, a Yankees fan, to start watching soccer during the World Cup.

    He took an instant liking to DaMarcus Beasley, whom he thought looked like Soriano, his favorite Yankee. So as a running joke in the house, whenever DMB is on TV, we'll start a So-ri-a-no chant and when Soriano's on, I'll make a smartass remark i.e. "I bet he's pissing right there on the bench - yuck!"

    I know, stupid pointless stuff.
  9. metroflip73

    metroflip73 Member

    Mar 3, 2000
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    It looks like Soriano could be the next Eric Davis type all around offensive type player.

    I remember Eric Davis's best year with the Reds in 1987, I believe... 280+ BA, 37HRs, 100RBIs, 50 SBs.

    I think Soriano could do that, if he moved to 2nd in the batting order. Ya figure, he'd drive more in if there was someone else batting in front of him.

    Wish he'd strike out less. It's there where Soriano and Davis are most similar.
  10. mikelley037

    mikelley037 New Member

    Aug 7, 2002
    thank God we kept soriano. just think NYY tried to trade him on a number of occasions. if anyone remembers when he first came up he could not hit a curveball for his life. he would always strike out on them. i knew soriano would get better after he fully made the transition for SS to 2b but i would never had imagined that he would devolop into the calibur player he is today

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