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  • chiefcheechjr wrote...
    More about Fans
    The Knicks haven't won a championship since 1973. The Rangers went 54 years before winning a Stanley Cup in 1994. They haven't won since! The Mets haven't won a World Series since 1986. Even that Evil Empire of MLB, the Yankees, didn't win a World Series between 1978 and '96. The Jets haven't won a Super Bowl in 42 years, though that might change this year. These are NY market teams enduring long championship droughts! Market size isn't as important as management that uses money wisely.
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  • HPB wrote...
    Consistency is the Key
    I think all of the Arizona sports teams need to shows some measure of being consistent for the fans to keep any interest. For the most part, with the exceptions of the Suns, the Arizona sports teams cannot put together any onsistent winners that just need to be tweaked a bit to get to a championship level. I think this starts with management, having good scouts and being able to spot young talent that can strengthen your waekness..not the type of player that is a big name and can sell tickets.
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  • enforcer wrote...
    Transplants
    The problem and reason why Phoenix will never be a good sports town in the next few decades is that there are too many transplants from other cities that keep their loyaties to those teams, in large part because the AZ teams have had almost zero success. Look no further than KTAR's own Gambo who boasts his loyalties to his New York teams.
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  • enforcer wrote...
    Winners or Losers?
    ASU: Two Rose Bowls for ASU in 30 years and a handful of NCAA Tournament appearances Suns: Two NBA Finals appearances in 40 years Cardinals: One Super Bowl appearance and five total playoff wins in 22 years Coyotes: Zero playoff series wins in 14 years Diamondbacks: Early success that was quickly forgotten because the team reverted back to being one of the worst teams in baseball. Since the World Series they've only made the playoffs twice. Yet they've finished last in the division 3 times and been sub .500 5 times.
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  • Tennisgrandpa wrote...
    I'm Witcha
    Enforcer, you said it best & you used a perfect example in Gambo. That is one of the major reasons I don't listen to their program anymore. But let me add this, I grew up near Chicago & was a Bears, Cub, Bulls & Hawks fan, diehard. I like most, when my teams came to the valley, I was booing our local teams. Two things happened to change my heart, I met Aneas Williams, he went to my church, great man of God & family man. And there I sat, thinking of me booing him & others as they walked on the field. I was ashamed.
    Dale
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  • Tennisgrandpa wrote...
    continued
    So started the process of me cutting my ties with all the Chicago teams. Getting Mark Grace here I took as a sign from God. Now, I'm pure AZ baby, screw Chicago. And here's the point, AZ is my home, not the midwest. Our teams deserve our full support, not some red-headed step-child commitment. Most Bears,Packers,Raiders,Cowboys and NY fans don't have the stones to do what I did. Their loss.
    Dale
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  • chrismintexas wrote...
    Yes
    Fire him!
    Man, I can't wait until 2012 when the Republicans can start picking up the pieces and get this great country back on track!!!!!
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