Timmah!

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  1. I'm 43 and a children's mental health program supervisor. I was a Moderator here from 2008 until recently, and have been playing fantasy sports since 1993. My first ever picks were Fred McGriff in baseball and Barry Sanders in football.
  2. Omission makes pretty good gluten-free beers. They have an IPA, a lager and a pale ale. I've had each and I enjoyed them. As for favorite beers in general, I'm an Ale guy, and prefer IPA's and Reds. I do like dark beers, too, and enjoy a good Russian imperial stout every now and then. Like Tyler, I'm in Philly, and we have some good breweries around here. Victory and Yards are the best known, but be sure to check out Neshaminy Creek if you can. They're still relatively small, but are starting to expand their reach toward New York and the Midwest. They do some really good DIPA's such as The Shape of Hops To Come and Blitzkrieg Hops.
  3. Once again, we have a league on the Barclay's Fantasy Premier League. The site is: http://fantasy.premierleague.com/ The league password is: 1235393-295951 The setup is straight-forward, you get 100 million to set up a team of 15 players. You can select up to three players from each BPL team. Come one, come all!
  4. This is why I said to throw out 1987. We now have a Hall of Famer who's a One Year Wonder. Boggs was a great hitter. I never said he was a one-year wonder. Only that he never had a season close to that HR total. Thanks for putting words in my mouth, though. Isn't the thread supposed to be a discussion on one year wonders? I suppose, but I interpreted it as career-years for players. You don't have to follow threads to a tee. Then we'll be going with this for a really, really, really long time because we'll be including most players who ever took the field.
  5. This is why I said to throw out 1987. We now have a Hall of Famer who's a One Year Wonder. Boggs was a great hitter. I never said he was a one-year wonder. Only that he never had a season close to that HR total. Thanks for putting words in my mouth, though. Isn't the thread supposed to be a discussion on one year wonders?
  6. This is why I said to throw out 1987. We now have a Hall of Famer who's a One Year Wonder.
  7. Guidry had three 20-win seasons and three more with at least 26. He wasn't a fluke. Also, there shouldn't be any mention of guys who had there huge aberrational years in '87 (rabbit ball) or '96 (explosion of roid era). Otherwise, we'll be including Terry Steinbach and Todd Hundley and countless others. For true One Year Wonders, look at the likes of Joe Charbonneau or Jeremy Hermida or Jerome Walton.
  8. How about we steer the conversation back on topic and keep it there? Thanks!
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  11. Enough already, folks. Keep it about Lincecum, not each other. Thanks.
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