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About RibbieRubarb

  • Rank
    Plushie Patrol 4EVA
  • Birthday 02/09/1972

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Texas!!!

Previous Fields

  • Favorite Sox Minor League Affiliate
    Birmingham Barons (AA)
  • What do you like about Soxtalk?
    The shrimp cocktail every morning
  • Soxtalk Awards
    2006: Funniest Poster
  • Favorite Sox player
    Frank Thomas
  • Favorite Sox minor leaguer
    Josh Fields
  • Favorite Sox moment
    Being in attendence at the '83 clinching game and '93 clinching game. Oh and 2005...the whole year!!!
  • Favorite Former Sox Player
    Oscar Gamble
  1. RibbieRubarb

    5/11 - White Sox @ Rangers

    QUOTE (BigHurt3515 @ May 11, 2016 -> 03:16 PM) It was stupid Latos should have been removed in the 2nd when Fielder walked. 100 losses for sure!! (I missed these forums)
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    5/9 - White Sox @ Rangers Game Thread

    QUOTE (southsider2k5 @ May 9, 2016 -> 02:13 PM) Agreed. The pine forest of east Texas is beautiful. There are so many great beaches along the gulf coast, especially considering how much of it has no one on them. Houston has the Johnson Space Center. The Riverwalk in San Antonio is supposed to be the best in North America. Austin is supposed to be a great town. Tons of National and State parks, museums, eclectic restaurants... And the Riverwalk is awesome. We spend every Easter weekend in San Antonio.
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    5/9 - White Sox @ Rangers Game Thread

    QUOTE (Alexeihyeess @ May 9, 2016 -> 12:10 PM) If you're looking for an authentic Texas experience I contend that you'll find it in greater purity and abundance in places like Amarillo, Lubbock and Wichita Falls than Dallas or Houston. But hey that's just me. I think the only real interesting parts of Texas are the desolate western plains and the Mexico/Texas hybrid cities in the south. Yeahhh...none of that is really true. Your opinion maybe...but it is not a wasteland by any means.
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    5/9 - White Sox @ Rangers Game Thread

    QUOTE (southsider2k5 @ May 9, 2016 -> 01:53 PM) Holy crap! IT LIVES!!! :notworthy :notworthy And now to disappear for another 5 years! WHOOSH!!!
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    5/9 - White Sox @ Rangers Game Thread

    QUOTE (southsider2k5 @ May 9, 2016 -> 09:50 AM) Believe it or not, DFW has got a lot of cool stuff to do. Arlington is a decent ball park too. You got a place to crash while you are here! I'll be there Tuesday.
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    For out of towners, today's game is free on mlb.tv

    I live in Dallas. Soxtalk outing at the Ballpark in Arlington in Arlington?
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    The Worst Defunct MLB Mascots

    How dare they! Worst (Defunct) MLB Mascots
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    Movies Based on Books

    Best I've seen? To Kill a Mockingbird The Godfather L.A. Confidential Shawshank Redemption Maltese Falcon The Right Stuff Worst? Bonfire of the Vanities
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    Frank Thomas Is a Hall of Famer

    QUOTE (HickoryHuskers @ Jan 9, 2014 -> 09:05 AM) Frank vs Maddux: 0-3, 1 BB, 2 K Frank vs Glavine: 1-1, 2 BB Thanks!
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    Alright begin

    QUOTE (Tex @ Jan 8, 2014 -> 01:19 PM) Oh my. It is finally warm 60+ here Warmer here too. 50+ in Dallas.
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    Alright begin

    QUOTE (southsider2k5 @ Jan 8, 2014 -> 11:26 AM) Just how long have you been gone? Very Long. 4 Years, maybe?
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    2014 Films Thread

    QUOTE (caulfield12 @ Jan 9, 2014 -> 04:50 AM) I'm down to my final 10 out of the Top 50 movies of all-time (http://www.afi.com/100years/movies10.aspx) Are any of the below listed movies really worth seeing? Still have to watch Singin' in the Rain, City Lights, The General, Annie Hall, The Best Years of Our Lives, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, Dr. Strangelove, King Kong (1933 version, saw the two more recent ones), It Happened One Night and Intolerance. All of them.
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    Frank Thomas Is a Hall of Famer

    Does anyone know when Frank faced Maddux or Glavine in inter-league play? How he fared against them. Just curious.
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    Frank Thomas Is a Hall of Famer

    Love this stat line: Frank Thomas is one of just three men in history to finish a career with 10,000 plate appearances and a slash line of .300/.400/.550. The other two: Stan Musial and Babe Ruth. Put that on the board.
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    Frank Thomas Is a Hall of Famer

    QUOTE (Balta1701 @ Jan 8, 2014 -> 02:23 PM) Where does that leave his percentage compared to the other all-time guys? And Frank is 57th all time, I believe.
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