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  2. Kronozio
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    bv is now a pathetic $40...this card was like $150 some months ago, sometimes cards are worse than the stock market lol

    right now it is pending to halonut if he replies to my pm if not I will lyk what I see

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    if halonut doesn't take it I'd trade it for your

    chipper auto bv40
    or
    andy marte finest auto bv40
    or
    andruw jones evolve auto/200
    and furcal or reyes or giles auto

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    Francisco Rodriguez the like 20 year old flamethrower that won the World Series for the Angels in 2002

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    57 - Francisco Rodriguez
    Height/Weight: 6-0/185
    Throws/Bats: R/R
    Position: P
    03 Salary: $312,500 Born: 01/07/1982
    Birthplace: Caracas, Venezuela
    College: none
    Team: Anaheim Angels

    Rodriguez will likely be groomed to take over the closer's duties from Troy Percival by the end of 2004.

    2002 Post-Season:
    At 20 years, 286 days, became the youngest pitcher ever to win a World Series game working three innings (4 SO) of scoreless relief in Game 2 (26 pitches, 22 strikes)...Win was his fifth of post- season, tying Randy Johnson (Ari., 2001) for the most ever in a single post-season, and setting the standard for post-season wins by a reliever...The cap worn by Rodriguez during Game 2 was sent to Cooperstown...His 28 strikeouts were the most ever by a relief pitcher in one post- season in major league history... The old mark of 18 was shared by Jesse Barnes (1921 Giants) and John Rocker (1999 Braves).. Set up Troy Percival's World Series Game 7 save tossing a scoreless eighth inning with three K's...Limited opponents to .156 average against during course of post-season and averaged 13.5 K's per 9 IP...Suffered first loss of post-season and ML career in Game 4 of WS (2 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 2 SO)...Unearned run was due to a Bengie Molina passed ball...Collected fourth victory of post-season in Game 5 of ALCS, becoming fifth A.L. pitcher to win four games in a post-season, matching the most in A.L. history...Became second rookie ever to win four games in the post- season (Livan Hernandez, 1997 Marlins)...Posted first win of 2002 ALCS in Game 3 vs. Minnesota and third of post-season (3-0)...Appeared in three games of Division Series vs. New York, posting wins in Game 2 (2 IP, 2 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 1 HR, 1 SO - first ML win) and Game 3 (2 IP, 4 SO)...Became second pitcher in major league history to win two playoff games before the age of 21 (Fernando Valenzuela in 1981), the first Angel to win two post-sea son games and the first major league pitcher to post the first two major league wins of career in the post-season ...Along with John Lackey (2) and Brendan Donnelly (1), the three rookies accounted for eight of Anaheim's 11 post-season wins...He and Donnelly led Anaheim pitchers with 11 post-season outings.

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    Ranked as Anahaeim's top prospect by Baseball America for 2003. - mlb.com
    Last edited by CP20; 01-19-2004 at 11:20 AM.

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