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Mariano Rivera pitched a three-up, three-down, six-pitch inning last night in the Yankees’ 5-1 win over the Phillies. Oh whatta relief it is. Not only did Rivera look sharp, but Paul Quantrill pitched a scoreless inning as well. Jaret Wright started and tossed six shut out frames himself. In all, it was a good night for the Bomber’s pitching. Hot dog.

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1 Murray   ~  Mar 23, 2005 8:23 am

1.  Wright's wife had a baby boy this weekend, named "Gunnar." Clyde to Jaret to Gunnar. The names are getting stupider with each passing generation.

2 rsmith51   ~  Mar 23, 2005 10:12 am

2.  My new nephew's name is Ezra. With a last name like Smith, it is helpful to have a unique first name.

3 BlondeLeadingTheBlonde   ~  Mar 23, 2005 10:58 am

3.  "Clyde to Jaret to Gunnar" to Jebediah...& Retunzio, if twin boys, cuz you can still get "Jeb" and "Ret" as nicknames, which will pass the electric kool-aid 'does it sound like a ballplayer's name' acid test.

4 Rob   ~  Mar 23, 2005 5:25 pm

4.  as long as he wins 16 games, he can call his kid mytzlplyx for all i care.

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