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    Bob Willis Trophy final over, game was a draw. Under the rules of the competition providing both 1st Innings are completed, the team with the most runs are the winner, we had 336-8 against 301 all out. So we are the holders.

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    And now, it is time for the 2021 telling of the Annual Jack Bogut Memorial Joke:

    There will be bottled beer sold at PNC Park this year.

    "Why?"

    Because... the Pirates DIDN'T Lose The Opener!

    RTJR!!!!
    Nobody is going to feel sorry for us. 90% of the people dont care, the other 10% are glad it happened. Clint Hurdle, 2019

    BAN THE DH!

    Fudd's First Law of Opposition: If you push something hard enough, it WILL fall down.
    Teslacle's Deviant to Fudd's Law: It goes in, it must go out.

    Just remember: Abraham Lincoln didn't die in vain. He died in Washington, DC

    Make Donald Drumpf Again.
    Nero fiddled while Rome burned. Trump golfed. Bernie Sanders

    Quando Omni Flunkus Moritati


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    Rockies beat the Dodgers yesterday.
    That was cool. Night game today.

    Most of the time we are punished if we go against the trend. Only at an inflection point are we rewarded. ~ George Soros



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    First day of the Championship season and I was watching on line. I am glad there was a lockdown due to the chilly weather. Our favourite radio commentator was on most of the day. In the ground sitting 15 rows in front of the commentary box you can still hear him. I said could he speak up as the people living in the apartments at the other end of the ground could not quite catch everything.

    He is someone who is a former player who did not do that much. However he has made a career out of coaching and boy does he tell everyone. Also whilst the other commentators take breaks during the day, you cannot get the microphone off him.

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    My favourite commentator was on again today. He was telling everyone his life story and after lunch on the 3rd day he had only got as far as making his Championship debut. Before that it was his time as a Lords young cricketer and doing the rounds of training camps and practice squads before he got his break.

    The Championship winning team used to get invited to Buckingham Palace, so we also got an anecdote about meeting the Duke of Edinburgh.

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