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  1. PamelaOC

    PamelaOC Banned

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    Trying to talk about baseball on another board. Place overrun with anti-whites. UGH.

    Anyone know of any online baseball-focused discussion forums that are not dominated by anti-white, pro-black, pro-brown douchebags who live in their mommies' basements and worship Keith Olbermann as some sort of deity and fantasize about sucking his ****?

    I love Caste Football but the baseball forum here is pretty dead.
     
  2. FootballDad

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    Otherwise the site would be named "Caste Baseball". :wink:

    Maybe one of the more baseball knowledgeable posters such as Carolina Speed might know. From a pro-white standpoint, it's pretty barren out there. Orwell's thought crimes police are out in full force these days and combined with the efficiency of the Cultural Marxist brainwashing apparatus, it's a tough world to be an independent thinker in.
     
  3. Georgia Peach

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    PamelaOC, Id be willing to talk general baseball anytime Im on. Im a new member but, Ive read and enjoyed many of your posts.

    Baseball is my favorite sport for several reasons but, unfortunately I don't know of any sites that aren't full of DWF's.
     
  4. PamelaOC

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    Welcome to the forum. I see you've already picked up the lingo. :)

    What is your favorite team?
     
  5. Georgia Peach

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    I root for the Mets, but I love the game and will watch games of other teams as well.
     
  6. Carolina Speed

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    Yeah, I probably don't help much with my boring stats about players, however baseball is a lot about numbers and I like numbers. There have been some other knowledgeable posters here in the past such as, knightedsoldier5000, but he hasn't posted in some time. It would be nice to see him back.

    To answer your question, Caste Football is the only forum I discuss any issues concerning sports, so I don't know of any other forums. I stay here for 2 reasons: 1, most here are like minded when it comes sports related topics and 2, with a family of 7, I don't have much more time to search for other sports forums.

    I have tried lately to focus on the sports that are in season; baseball and golf. I will try to post more, if I can in the future.

    I'm getting ready to start another thread on Mike Trout with some interesting statistics.

    In the meantime PamelaOC and Georgia Peach, named after my favorite player (Ty Cobb), keep posting yourselves. I enjoy seeing others interested in baseball.
     
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    2 favorites for NL MVP are Troy Tulowitzki and Jonathan Lucroy. Both guys are playing fantastic all around ball! Another pleasant surprise for the Brewers has been 2nd baseman Scooter Gennett who is batting .310. He's finally solidified his place by replacing long time starter and perpetually injured body builder Rickie Weeks!
     
  8. jaxvid

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    Yes, we need moar baseball talk on CF!! One of the problems is that baseball is more local then football. It's easier to track football that has almost all it's games on one day then baseball which has a bunch everyday.

    The Los Angelino Dojers are playing the Detroilet Tigres with nary an american in sight. The Tigres have Ian Kinsler. Nick Castellanos and JD Martinez, not to mention Alex Avilla are US born players that are hispanic only in the eyes of the media, they could have played for Detroit in 1946 without a problem. It looks like the Dodgers have Andre Ethier and catcher AJ Ellis and little else although 1B Andre Gonzalez is a very light skinned guy from LA and probably is much like JD Martinez and Avilla.

    These two teams might (might) meet in the World Series, they certainly have the pitching for it. Another West Coast team, the A's are playing better then anybody although the Tigers swept them in Detroit last week. And the Giants are right behind the Dodgers and always dangerous. The Tigers have won the first two of their current 3 game set with LA.

    Another dangerous West coast team is the Angels a team I'd like to see have some success, unfortunately they play in the same division as the A's.
     
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    ALL-STAR TALK

    MLB should count NY fan votes as 1/2 compared to the rest of the leagues cities. Derek Jeter? Really? And while Robinson Cano is not a bad choice Ian Kinsler is practically the MVP for the 1st half for the Tigers.

    I see both the NL and AL elected 3 white starters each which while sad, is probably the best total in a while. Who got cheated?

    The Red Sox just released A.J. Pierzynski, which seems strange.

    What the hell happened to Chris Davis and Joe Mauer this year?
     
  10. PamelaOC

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    I'm happy that the Angels whitened up to 2002 levels so I can consider myself a true fan. There were some "dark" ages in years past.

    The Oakland A's seem to have it all right now. Behold the power of Moneyball...
     
  11. Georgia Peach

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    If Im not mistaken Kinsler is Jewish.

    The AL will be a nice battle between the Tigers, A's, and Angles. Those seem to be the 3 teams a notch above the rest, but the O's should win the East and might be a tough out if they can get pitching help.

    I will definitely be rooting for the Angles and Mike Trout in the playoffs.

    Over in the NL, there has not been a team that seems to have stood out as an absolute contender. Washington was a big favorite before the season started, but they are just now starting to get in gear. Milwaukee has produced a solid record to this point, but there are questions about whether or not they can hold off St. Louis. I will talk more about Milwaukee in a bit. Over in the West, LA and San Francisco certainly seem like playoff caliber teams, but neither would be considered a lock at this point. If I had to guess I say Washington, St. Louis, SF, and LA make the playoffs while one other team from the Central takes the other wild card spot that LA/SF leaves.

    As for Milwaukee, I have a hard time rooting for them to win anything. They have Gomez who "advances the game" according to most in the MSM. One of the things I always loved about baseball was how it was more or less a gentleman's game in the sense that certain "look at me" behaviors we not tolerated. Teams policed this themselves until recent years. Slowly the attacks on baseball's unwritten rules have become popular opinion it seems, thanks largely of course to the MSM. I can do without the bat flips, goofy antics, and showing up the opponent that is so common place in the NBA and NFL.

    Not only is Carlos Gomez one of MLB's worst offenders with this type of nonsense, but Milwaukee also has Ryan Braun. I have no issues with a player using PED's. Im sure there are a lot who still do. My biggest issue with Braun was how cowardly he acted when he got caught, specifically how he basically ruined that sample collector's life by calling him a liar and dragging him through the mud. Braun could have been a man and just accepted the consequences of his actions when he got caught.

    I think St. Louis likely catches Milwaukee for the division title, but not just because I do not care for Gomez and Braun.

    I do not care for Pittsburgh either. I hope that team does not start winning again. That town has a ton of DWF's who are obsessed with Andrew McCutchen who won the affirmative action MVP over the Arizona 1B last season. Ive seen DWF's in their stands raising their arms and bowing towards McCutchen in the "we are not worthy" motion. They also have Harrison who the DWF's there affectionately refer to as "J-Hay". I guess they don't get enough negro worship during football season in Pittsburgh.
     
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    Oakland A's fan here. We're a relatively white team and I hope we can win the division a 3rd straight year by crushing Albert "I want more Dominicans on my team" Pujols's Angels
     
  13. Carolina Speed

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    Uh, the Angel's started 7 of 9 white players before Cowgill's injury and their top 3/4 pitcher's are white.

    That's 78% starting. Pretty good I'd say.

    1. Calhoun
    2. Trout
    4. Hamilton
    6. Freese
    7. Ianetta
    8. Cowgill, INJ.

    Top 3 pitchers are white, maybe all their top pitcher's are white..

    Richards's, 11-2
    Weaver, 10-6
    Wilson, 8-6

    What about Oakland? I know Moss 21 HR's and Donaldson 20 HR's are having good years. What about the rest of the team?
     
  14. PamelaOC

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    I'm an Angels fan. The team usually starts 6 white men. As for Pujols, I won't let his bad attitude erase the achievements of the white men around him.

    For a real anti-white team, try the Dodgers. On an average day, they start 2 whites (pitcher and catcher), dropping to one when the pitcher is non-white. The "history making" event of 0 whites starting on an American major league team, which I'm sure will be celebrated by E$PN, Obama, and c*ckHolder, will have to wait, as both of the catchers on the Dodgers' active roster are white.
     
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    The Pirates achieved that distinction back in 1971.
     
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    What was the black/Hispanic mix? That was before I was born.
     
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    I don't recall any "hispanics", unless you count Dominican blacks as "hispanic" like BSPN does. The Pirates were disgustingly "diverse" (meaning no crackas) in the '70s ('80s, too). In the late '70s, we were all treated to the Willie Stargell "We Are Family" Pirates with the Sister Sledge song playing constantly.
     
  18. Carolina Speed

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    Yes, wasn't that a treat.:grin: And yes I seem to remember Frank Tavares being Dominican.

    However, there were if I recall, several good white starters such as, Hall of Fame pitcher Bert Blyleven, pitcher, Kent Tekulve, Ed Ott, and SS Tim Foli. Also, Dale Berra, son of Hall of Famer Yogi Berra were on those late 70's teams, I think.
     
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    Phil "Scrap Iron" Garner was a key player on the '79 team also.

    3B Richie Hebner was the only White starter on the early '70s teams. As I've written about before here, he was also regularly booed by the fans despite being a .300 hitter, while it was very rare for any of the blacks to be booed. Was a good looking kid with a New England accent, would have been popular in a healthy White society but the DWFs love to take out their self-loathing and frustration on their own kind.
     
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    I believe 09.01.1971 (right after my 10th birthday) was the "history-making" game...

    http://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/PIT/PIT197109010.shtml

    By comparison it looks like the Phillies started two blacks that night (Willie Montanez and Oscar Gamble).

    I was probably into my 30s by the time I first read of the significance of this game lineupwise.

    John
     

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