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Posted Friday October 04, 2013, About: Patrick Roy's Coaching Debut: Was Roy's Rage A good Start?
Would starch you.
Posted Friday October 04, 2013, About: Patrick Roy's Coaching Debut: Was Roy's Rage A good Start?
*higher
Posted Friday October 04, 2013, About: Patrick Roy's Coaching Debut: Was Roy's Rage A good Start?
Tennis players (female) should be allowed to fight as well.
Posted Friday October 04, 2013, About: Patrick Roy's Coaching Debut: Was Roy's Rage A good Start?
In European hockey, they aren't allowed to fight (most leagues) but dirty play is highter. Players can't man up directly so they often retaliate in other ways that are more dangerous (high sticking, cross-checking, spearing, etc.).
Perhaps dirty NFL players need a good beatdown once in awhile since fines don't seem to motivate them to stop injuring other players.
Posted Friday October 04, 2013, About: Patrick Roy's Coaching Debut: Was Roy's Rage A good Start?
If NBA players were allowed to fight each other, perhaps they wouldn't feel as much of a pent up need to beat their wives and baby-mamas.
Posted Friday October 04, 2013, About: Patrick Roy's Coaching Debut: Was Roy's Rage A good Start?
A batter should be able to fight a pitcher if he gets beaned. MLB just needs to honor the one-on-one fight code instead of having 75 guys come running to the rescue like a bunch of savages.
Posted Wednesday September 25, 2013, About: Hardest trophies to defend.. All of sports..
Yup.
He ascended to grace for Win Twins.
Leaning right.
Posted Sunday August 04, 2013, About: Most unbreakable MLB record
Very clever.
Posted Sunday August 04, 2013, About: Most unbreakable MLB record
Here's the actual wikipedia entry:

In baseball statistics, a putout (denoted by PO or fly out when appropriate) is given to a defensive player who records an out by one of the following methods:
Tagging a runner with the ball when he is not touching a base (a tagout)
Catching a batted or thrown ball and tagging a base to put out a batter or runner (a Force out)
Catching a thrown ball and tagging a base to record an out on an appeal play
[B]Catching a third strike (a strikeout)[/B]
Catching a batted ball on the fly (a flyout)
Being positioned closest to a runner called out for interference




Looks like you either omitted the part about catching a third strike or copied it from somewhere else that was also using the exact wiki wording.
That putout (denoted in bold) only counts if the ball is caught for the strikeout and the batter doesn't reach base.
Either way, I'm not sure what you're trying to say but there can only be 3 total putouts.
Posted Sunday August 04, 2013, About: Most unbreakable MLB record
What is your point with this cut and paste?

There can't be 4 putouts.
Posted Sunday August 04, 2013, About: Most unbreakable MLB record
The catcher gets putouts on the other 3 strikeouts. Not on the one where the runner reached base.

Comment 31: [I]"I've just shown you 4 putouts in one inning".[/I]

No, you haven't.
Posted Sunday August 04, 2013, About: Most unbreakable MLB record
You're confused.

You're the one that said you showed 4 putouts. You didn't show that.

There are never 4 putouts. 3 putouts means the inning is over.

Even if there are 4 strikeouts, there are not 4 putouts. A catcher can only get credited for 3 of those putouts since the other one resulted in a runner on base.
Posted Sunday August 04, 2013, About: Most unbreakable MLB record
It's not possible. The inning is over on a 3rd putout.

Pitchers get credited with the strikeouts. Catchers get credited with the putouts.
There's no putout for the runner that reaches first base.
Posted Saturday August 03, 2013, About: Most unbreakable MLB record
Sorry, didn't see your comment there.
Posted Saturday August 03, 2013, About: Most unbreakable MLB record
Why couldn't that 4 strikeout record be broken with be 5 strikeouts?

Couldn't two different batters turn into runners with 2 tipped ball drops?
Posted Saturday July 27, 2013, About: Greatest sports moments of the 80's
Neither of you gets a vote from Jim (part 2).
Posted Saturday July 27, 2013, About: Greatest sports moments of the 80's
Neither of you gets a vote from Jim.
Posted Saturday July 27, 2013, About: Greatest sports moments of the 80's
Damn.
Posted Saturday July 27, 2013, About: Greatest sports moments of the 80's
Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Marvelous Marvin Hagler

or

Sugar Ray Leonard making Roberto Duran say "No mas"
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