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i wish i could see the pitching match-up in the play-offs in schedule

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Click "switch to three-day outlook" in Schedule

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ok sorry i clicked the 2nd one i thought i was on the 1st already thanks for the help. i did not play for a long time i guess i forgot what i was doing

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I forget what I'm doing all the time but that might be more about the old age and bourbon. Cheers

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the people here are great. i am not that smart but i love the game of baseball and the people help you learn faster thin normal sometimes i get on drunk and fill bad the next day but overall they are a big help. just wish i could stay sober and be the kind of person people look up to and not a drunk like i am

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You can be that person you want to be. Get help. It will take work, but you can do it. When you fail, get up again and keep working toward the man you want to be.

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Very true. Sometimes it hard to get rid of a vice. If that’s the case, find a less destructive vice.

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What’s a playoff? I never heard that word?😝

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Dont get trapped into thinking yesterdays mistakes dictate who you are today. Yesterday is done. You have today Just do your best today. Tomorrow will take care of itself and we aren't guaranteed tomorrow anyhow.
Live today.

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TGBBIRCH- The fact that you recognize you have a problem that you need to correct is a huge Step in the Right Direction, My Brother and son both overcame opiate addictions and now live productive and fulfilling lives.

Getting started is the hardest part, but the knowledge that your current situation is having a negative effect on your life is a great first step.

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Tbirch - I'm a few months away from 8 years sober. It was incredibly hard at first, and I know this is a cliche, but you have to just wake up every morning and say to yourself "I'm staying sober today". Hang in there buddy.

- The Sheik

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Agree with the sheik, I was on the other end, working with addicts in Chicago for a while, but absolutely adopt a “one day at a time” mentality, for pretty much everything now. Good luck!

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We all have some sort of addiction that we are dealing with…I, for one, am dealing with a different addiction along with depression and anxiety…I had to serve time for my addiction recently.

I have been moving myself in a positive direction each and every day since my low-point & fallout. Thankfully we can all move forward in life with support and guidance…both of which are there for us if we accept them.

I am thankfully sober from my addiction for almost 17 months (17 months is 7/11).

The first step is acknowledging the problem, the second is finding the right people to talk to about it.

(and now my reason for not being here for so long is in the 'open')

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Wow , it's amazing to watch a thread go from pitching matchups in the playoffs to 12 step programs in about 12 steps. Congrats to all that have overcame their problems. So now i have a request , from now on when the clown shows up , ignore him , dont respond to his posts , if you see him in a league that needs to be filled , dont join and if you are a commish , dont let him poison your league. Problem solved. Good luck and good health to all .

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What’s really amazing is how we go from pitching match-ups to addiction (related because he mentioned being drunk too much) to Mr. Bubbles letting us know how to deal with clowns. His question was answered and support/positive vibes offered. No need to add the “clown” to this. Yeah?

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Rowdy 1982 ( or whatever he called himself last month ) is a clown who pollutes this site with his vile vulgar comments. What's even more amazing is that I gave those who have overcame their addictions not 1 but 3 compliments "congrats to all " , " good luck " and " good health " yet i get 2 thumbs down ? some people i guess.

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I don't think this is the thread for bickering. Let's continue to focus on the positive reinforcement for TGBBIRCH.
Have a blessed day folks.

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Bubbles please just stop. We get the hint. But the more you talk about it the more you do the very thing you're preaching not to do, which is draw attention to him

If you really want to stop drawing attention to his antics, then please for crying out loud, just stop already

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Agreed ^^^

Why name him and give more attention to him.

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thanks guys