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3 hours ago, Moose Milligan said:

Getting kicked in the balls by Lew Ford.

Lew Ford, the guy who dug holes in the parking lot for Ubaldo to step in.  Pure evil or a team player, depending on your perspective.  Also, a team with Ford and Matusz seems like a juggernaut.  Match up with the Yankees in the World Series?  Lew Ford puts himself in as a pinch hitter and wins the 7th game?

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20 minutes ago, OriolesMagic83 said:

Lew Ford, the guy who dug holes in the parking lot for Ubaldo to step in.  Pure evil or a team player, depending on your perspective.  Also, a team with Ford and Matusz seems like a juggernaut.  Match up with the Yankees in the World Series?  Lew Ford puts himself in as a pinch hitter and wins the 7th game?

Lew Ford made Pete Harnisch step on the nail to miss his start in Toronto during the final weekend in '89.

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9 minutes ago, Moose Milligan said:

Lew Ford made Pete Harnisch step on the nail to miss his start in Toronto during the final weekend in '89.

Lew Ford bought Jeffrey Maier his ticket.

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6 hours ago, canonfaz said:

I'd put money on Lew Ford out hitting Davis this season. I recommend we sign him for players weekend and put him in a "CRUSH" jersey and send Davis to Long Island.

If we offered the Ducks a Chris Davis for Lew Ford and a small bag of baseballs trade, and offered to pay 99.999999% of the remaining contract to Davis, I'm still not sure if they would take us up on it.

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Lee Ford actually pretended to be  Brady Anderson while hitting in Cal’s final at game leaving Cal on deck. This was done to try and throw off the hatred into Brady. To this day some believe it almost worked. 

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2 hours ago, Moose Milligan said:

Lew Ford made Pete Harnisch step on the nail to miss his start in Toronto during the final weekend in '89.

Too soon.

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1 hour ago, tntoriole said:

Lew Ford.. from the long line of Fords..Henry, Whitey, etc...was a man obsessed with cars and left handed pitching.,

Rob Ford more than likely.

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14 hours ago, Larry18 said:

Lew Ford will siphon all the gas out of you car.

Exactly why I never liked him. A thief is bad for the culture of the clubhouse. Lew Ford was a cancer!

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3 hours ago, tntoriole said:

Lew Ford.. from the long line of Fords..Henry, Whitey, etc...was a man obsessed with cars and left handed pitching.,

And guitars!

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8 minutes ago, LA2 said:

I'd like to post a photo. How do I do it? Thanks.

 

Just copy the address of the original, something ending in .jpg or .gif or a picture file. Then just paste it in a post.

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Just now, scOtt said:

Just copy the address of the original, something ending in .jpg or .gif or a picture file. Then just paste it in a post.

If it ends in .html or something then right click > view image. Copy that address and paste it here.

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