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Heilmann shines, Blazers still lose to WEST COAST

Harry Heilmann collected 4 hits last night, but it wasn't enough for the Blazers. The THUNDER won the contest, 5-4. | Box

Blazers can't contain Helton, fall 9-6

Todd Helton was on his game, knocking in 3 runs in WEST COAST's 9-6 victory over the Blazers. Helton also had 3 hits in the game. | Box

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

T. Helton, THUNDER .5333 HR7 RBI
L. O'Doul, Blazers .2942 HR4 RBI
T. Cobb, THUNDER .6000 HR2 RBI
G. Hartnett, THUNDER .2672 HR3 RBI
H. Zimmerman, THUNDER .2001 HR3 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

T. Kluszewski, Blazers 3 for 18 (.167)
J. Giambi, THUNDER 1 for 13 (.077)
R. Alomar, THUNDER 2 for 15 (.133)
B. Dickey, Blazers 1 for 14 (.071)
E. Mathews, Blazers 1 for 15 (.067)

WHO'S HOT - Last 5 Games

T. Helton, THUNDER .5333 HR7 RBI
L. O'Doul, Blazers .2942 HR4 RBI
T. Cobb, THUNDER .6000 HR2 RBI
G. Hartnett, THUNDER .2672 HR3 RBI
H. Zimmerman, THUNDER .2001 HR3 RBI

WHO'S NOT - Last 5 Games

T. Kluszewski, Blazers 3 for 18 (.167)
J. Giambi, THUNDER 1 for 13 (.077)
R. Alomar, THUNDER 2 for 15 (.133)
B. Dickey, Blazers 1 for 14 (.071)
E. Mathews, Blazers 1 for 15 (.067)

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League Status: Season complete! Redraft on 1/27 approx 4:56 PM (PT)
Owners Joined: 12 of 12
League Status:
Season complete! Redraft on 1/27 approx 4:56 PM (PT)

Owners Joined:
12 of 12


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The draft only represents a random subset of players available. Once the season begins, you can adjust your roster via free agency or trades. (You can carry up to 25 players on your major league roster.)

This is a Keeper League, which means you have $40 million to spend on keepers for next season. You must sign at least one player to a contract before the season ends, or you'll automatically be removed from the league after the World Series. Players under contract remain on their teams, all other players return to free agency for the next Auto Draft.

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Latest Public Board Post
1/27/2015 Patriots' LOB!yankeebb
Stewbie since you keep bringing it up, if the Pats football were 12.5 before game and 11.5 at halftime, and the Colts were 13.5 before game and 12.5 at halftime, the NFL would not be wasting time investigating this. Clearly there was a significant difference, in that one barely changed and one changed a lot. If not, we can all agree this was a waste of time. So without detail being provided, I'm going to assume again that weather is eliminated because hopefully someone is smart enough to consider it a non-issue if both teams balls lost similar amount of air.

Also, regarding scientists, some like the makers of the footballs themselves, disagree with what Belichek explained might have happened. Some, like the one you mentioned, agreed it could. So we cant use either as definitive proof of anything. I've heard at about 10 different "experts" on either side.

Now, if the NFL determines:

1. weather could not have been the cause

2. the way the Pats rub their footballs could not have been the cause

3. the only or most likely cause was someone manually doing something

then in that case they are certainly going to use a video of a guy taking the footballs into a hidden room as the only plausible way that could have happened, since after that the balls were apparently on the field, much harder to do anything.

If, if, if. We'll see. In a few weeks apparently. Obviously the guy didnt fess up and say he did something, or this would be over. So he must have said he went to the bathroom for the same reason anyone else would. So they are not going to have any definitive proof, just circumstantial. But if they are certain someone had to have manipulated those footballs, that is going to be enough circumstantial evidence to do something.

The longer this lasts the more ridicilous it is.
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