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Which team is worse?? The O's or the Sox?

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  1. 1. Which team holds the 1st overall pick in 2020

    • Orioles
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    • White Sox
      11
    • It's Uncle Jerry's fault either way
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Both teams are bad, who is worse? Inquiring minds want to know. 

I said blame Uncle Jerry. 

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Didn’t you suggest the Sox would break the all time loss record last season? The White Sox are a bad team, but they’re a better team than Baltimore and in a way easier division. 

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Just now, Blackout Friday said:

Didn’t you suggest the Sox would break the all time loss record last season? The White Sox are a bad team, but they’re a better team than Baltimore and in a way easier division. 

No, I didn't. You're thinking of someone else. If I said that I meant setting a franchise record for losses in a season. They might pull that off this season. Would need to lose 107 games. 

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2 minutes ago, Jose Abreu said:

This isn't even gonna be close by the end of the season

Maybe, but you're probably right. The Sox could end up giving them a run for their money. I think the O's are going to lose 110+ games again but the Sox won't be that far off. 

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Just now, Jack Parkman said:

No, I didn't. You're thinking of someone else. If I said that I meant setting a franchise record for losses in a season. They might pull that off this season. Would need to lose 107 games. 

If that’s the case, I apologize. 

 

They aren’t historically bad. Just your run-of-the-mill bad team. I think, at least. It’s plenty bad, but seems worse because of context. 

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Just now, Blackout Friday said:

If that’s the case, I apologize. 

 

They aren’t historically bad. Just your run-of-the-mill bad team. I think, at least. It’s plenty bad, but seems worse because of context. 

I'm not sure they're not historically bad. It depends on how bad the starting pitching remains. If they all suck, every game could be over by the 3rd inning. 

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5 minutes ago, Jack Parkman said:

Maybe, but you're probably right. The Sox could end up giving them a run for their money. I think the O's are going to lose 110+ games again but the Sox won't be that far off. 

The Sox already spent four years not knowing they were in a rebuild. The O's are just getting there. Royals too. 

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This wasn't meant to be a serious question it was meant to pile on Uncle Jerry. 

More votes for Uncle Jerry, please. 

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4 minutes ago, Jack Parkman said:

I'm not sure they're not historically bad. It depends on how bad the starting pitching remains. If they all suck, every game could be over by the 3rd inning. 

Things even out. They aren’t giving up 8 runs a game. I don’t remember ever feeling so fed up with the franchise, but they aren’t losing 107 games. 

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Who knew that repeating the same talking points over and over again could be tiring and make this forum miserable and unreadable.

The Sox FO and ownership are bad, but that horse has been dead for a long time now.

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4 minutes ago, Blackout Friday said:

Things even out. They aren’t giving up 8 runs a game. I don’t remember ever feeling so fed up with the franchise, but they aren’t losing 107 games. 

I know, this is an FU to Uncle Jerry thread. 

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3 minutes ago, SoxAce said:

They're not even worse than the Marlins yet alone the O's. 

Don’t worry, we’ll get there eventually.

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If the Sox continue to pitch like they have this homestand they might allow them to have the 1st and 2nd pick in the draft 

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16 minutes ago, wrathofhahn said:

We don't have a Alex Cobb and Chris Davis on the roster

Ervin Santana and Daniel Palka aren't far behind those dudes. 

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12 minutes ago, OneDog847 said:

Ervin Santana and Daniel Palka aren't far behind those dudes. 

Well it sure is a good thing we don't owe them $130+ million like the Orioles owe their duo. 

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