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    Re: USM Series

    Quote Originally Posted by HogDawg View Post
    And "Miss Southern Miss" was in attendance as well:
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    These Southern Miss fans were so pissed they decided to prot3est outside the gate of the stadium:
    Did you forget some links?

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    Re: USM Series

    Quote Originally Posted by dawg80;1587351[B
    ]The old Earl Weaver strategy was "3-run homers[/B]." Station to station baseball. Weaver NEVER wanted to run himself out of a big inning. So, play it safe, get people on, and hope to get that big hit, like a HR or bases-clearing double in the gap. Goff has traces of that philosophy. Nothing wrong with it....Weaver's Orioles were World Champions and he's a Hall of Fame manager. But, sometimes it just doesn't work out, and you lose 2-0 while stranding 10 base runners....
    Boog Powell and Frank Robinson helped in making it a good strategy. Those years made for a great baseball era.

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    Re: USM Series

    Pitchers like Jim Palmer, Mike Cuellar, Mike Flanagan and Steve Stone help mightily with offensive strategy.

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    Re: USM Series

    And Dave McNally. The Orioles had great starting pitchers during those years. Great offensive team also except in the '69 Series against another very good pitching staff.

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