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Succotash my Balzac, dipshiitake.

Don't you mean those bastards from '97?

I love the TribeTracker, but I have to wonder exactly what Joey Morona is thinking. He thinks he's calming the fears of Indians fans evrywhere by assuring them that the season is not lost, just because we haven't gotten off to a good start.
But to say they've reached a make-or-break point in the season is to ignore the fact that the Marlins didn't turn things around until July last year.
He fails to mention that to compare the 2004 Indians to the 2003 Marlins in that manner is to ignore the presence of an actual bullpen in Miami last season. Not to mention the fact that the Fish had an MVP caliber catcher (though Vic Martinez could be there one day), a third baseman who hit 32 HR and 105 RBI, and a first baseman who hit 31 HR and swiped 21 SB. In fact, the only real correlation is that the Indians also have a lot of good, young starting pitchers and a manager who has never been to the postseason.
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