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    Baseball is like church. Many attend, few understand. -Leo Durocher
  1. I wouldn't leave it! The built in DVR is tremendous, and using it on devices is very easy. Best streaming service I've experienced by far. There is a free trial to give it a go.
  2. I've had zero problems. Just make sure you have a good internet connection. I think maybe the new channels were the Nat Geo ones? I'm streaming to a 70" TV and you can't tell it's streamed.
  3. Here's what I found: I cannot load any content from WWE Network - Disable Firewall
  4. I've had YouTube TV for a month now. I'm loving it. Bought a Roku Ultra for it, the guide is as fast as my old Cable guide now, it zips around. Can't even tell it's streamed.
  5. You've got the score backwards. Conner won 51-48
  6. Not to mention, Rowe coached lots of baseball at Brossart himself. He knows the game well, and he KNOWS Krumps knows the game well.
  7. Maybe something as simple as Jenkins saying........if you're firing Price, I'm going too.
  8. Just got the Jays first hit off of Sabathia, a solid single on a high breaking ball. Scored on a passed ball. Buck Martinez was very complimentary of Maile.
  9. I took mine to Ace a few weeks ago in Hebron. They charged me $7 a blade.
  10. Drilled a HR off of Corey Kluber today.
  11. Greatest invention ever. I’ve had one in my Arlinghaus’s home for 9 years. Mine is gas. I’ve had it serviced every 24 months. The service costs about $100. I’ve been told if it is serviced regularly it should last 20-25 years. Ther service consists of them flushing it out, cleaning it, takes about an hour. The brand that cane with my house is a Rinnai. 4 people in my home. Gas bill in the summer, when it’s my only gas appliance running is about $10-12.
  12. I've had a CRV since June of 2013. The only maintenance I've had to do is change the tires, oil, and flush the transmission fluid. Haven't even had to change the brakes out. It has 65,000 miles on it. It's been extremely, extremely reliable. I'd bet a Toyota would be similar. Go with whichever one you think looks the best.
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