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  • Could Avenger get a hit off Kershaw?

    Interesting question, could Avenger get a hit off Kershaw? Kershaw is on a pitching run of historic magnitude. He hasnt given up a run in 46 innings or so and is chasing all time records. That being said, i think Avenger could work the count in his favor and then line a solid shot into the gap, which using his blazing speed on those reconstructed knees would then be stretched into a double.

    Any thoughts from our baseball fans out there (given what a slow Rams period we are currently in as we wait for camp to begin).

    Ramming speed to all

    general counsel

  • #2
    Not even with all the steroids and HGH in the world!


    • #3
      Re: Could Avenger get a hit off Kershaw?

      It's a joy being a Dodger fan and being able to watch him. I picked up to do so and don't regret it at all. He's always had a good, not great but good. But this year that slider has taken on some extra movement to go with his 12 to 6 curve ball that has been declared illegal in 49 states

      I've watched baseball for a long time and I don't recall seeing any pitcher who has everything clicking like he does right now. Just amazing to watch.
      The restoration is complete!


      • #4
        Re: Could Avenger get a hit off Kershaw?

        AvengerRam get a hit off of Kershaw?

        NO WAY!

        sigpic :ram::helmet:


        • #5
          Re: Could Avenger get a hit off Kershaw?

          How many at bats does he get?

          Give him 25 at bats, he'll get a hit.
          The more things change, the more they stay the same.


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