Can the Cleveland Indians get past the New York Yankees?

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Can the Cleveland Indians get past the New York Yankees?
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Old 10-10-2017, 09:02 PM
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Indians vs. Yankees ALDS: Why Cleveland is perfectly set up for Game 5 - CBSSports.com

What do you think about the Cleveland Indians' chances?

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Old 10-11-2017, 02:34 AM
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Tal, when the Yankees were behind 0-2 in games there is concern but really did you ever hear the term "we got them where we want them"? It applies here. Just for fun I'll take the Yankees for game 5 for a Fugazy Lobster. You bet on the Indian's. It will be fun because even if you loose you don't have to pay. Done?
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Tal, when the Yankees were behind 0-2 in games there is concern but really did you ever hear the term "we got them where we want them"? It applies here. Just for fun I'll take the Yankees for game 5 for a Fugazy Lobster. You bet on the Indian's. It will be fun because even if you loose you don't have to pay. Done?
OK. You do understand that this is one of those Barefoot-GE bets that kind of goes on in perpetuity with no one actually paying up.
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Yankees in 5. Burger at World of Beers
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OK. You do understand that this is one of those Barefoot-GE bets that kind of goes on in perpetuity with no one actually paying up.
Yup, thats why I set it up that way. Since I stopped betting on Sports Events I enjoy them more and I haven't had to plaster a hole in the wall either. Lots of punched holes when gambling went downhill.
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Yankees in 5. Burger at World of Beers
I'm with you. They will find a way somehow. Of course if I bet $100 on them they would lose.
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ALCS schedule 2017: Yankees vs. Astros - SBNation.com

Yuck. The Yankees won. Not one of the MLB teams I like all that much.
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Yuck. The Yankees won. Not one of the MLB teams I like all that much.
My Virtual Lobster was delicious glad you paid quickly. Now The Yankees and Astros. That should be interesting. Another Virtual Fun bet perhaps?
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My Virtual Lobster was delicious glad you paid quickly. Now The Yankees and Astros. That should be interesting. Another Virtual Fun bet perhaps?
The Astros, of course. I have rarely rooted for the Yankees. And the Astros have never won a World Series. Houston Astros - Wikipedia 2005 World Series - Wikipedia
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