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    Default PAUL BAKO'S STILL GOT IT!

    Against the Marlins, Ken Griffey hit homerun #600...

    yeah well so...

    Paul Bako went yard twice and had 5 RBIs

    http://mlb.mlb.com/index.jsp?c_id=cin


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    Default Re: PAUL BAKO'S STILL GOT IT!

    Quote Originally Posted by Pirogue View Post
    Against the Marlins, Ken Griffey hit homerun #600...

    yeah well so...

    Paul Bako went yard twice and had 5 RBIs

    http://mlb.mlb.com/index.jsp?c_id=cin
    Dudes got the "double whammy"... Lafayette High and UL....can't miss.

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    Default Re: PAUL BAKO'S STILL GOT IT!

    Hey Z--LHS and My Jesuit Blue Jays have played a number of times in fb through the years---How many points have the Lions scored???


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    Default Re: PAUL BAKO'S STILL GOT IT!

    Quote Originally Posted by Boomer View Post
    Hey Z--LHS and My Jesuit Blue Jays have played a number of times in fb through the years---How many points have the Lions scored???
    Don't know, how many?

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    Default Paul Bako vs the Astros

    I just heard the announcers of the game struggle through what school Bako went to, the reference was "The University of Southwest Lousiana-Lafayette". Our name is getting longer and more ridiculous by the day I guess.


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    Default Re: Paul Bako vs the Astros

    They should have just said 'The High', and then everyone would have known who they were talking about


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    Quote Originally Posted by rhineaux View Post
    _ They should have just said 'The High', and then everyone would have known who they were talking about


    igeaux.mobi _

    Absolutely.

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    "The High" 1979

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    Default Re: Paul Bako vs the Astros

    Quote Originally Posted by rhineaux View Post
    _ They should have just said 'The High', and then everyone would have known who they were talking about


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    Word!

    "The High" '90

    Just like Bako

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    Default Re: Paul Bako vs the Astros

    Quote Originally Posted by AstroCajun View Post
    _ Word!

    "The High" '90

    Just like Bako _
    You guys had a good group. I am glad I was there as an "older brother figure" to help you guys grow up.

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    Ragin' Cajuns Re: Paul Bako vs the Astros

    Quote Originally Posted by TuffGuy84 View Post
    _ I just heard the announcers of the game struggle through what school Bako went to, the reference was "The University of Southwest Lousiana-Lafayette". Our name is getting longer and more ridiculous by the day I guess. _
    if you're talking about the tv announcers, just consider the source when referring to those 2 coconuts on the tube. bring back milo hamilton.

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    Default Re: Paul Bako vs the Astros

    Quote Originally Posted by AstroCajun View Post
    _ Word!

    "The High" '90

    Just like Bako _
    "The High 02"

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    Default Re: Paul Bako vs the Astros

    Quote Originally Posted by Cajun Saint View Post
    _ if you're talking about the tv announcers, just consider the source when referring to those 2 coconuts on the tube. bring back milo hamilton. _
    Jim Deshaes (i know its mis-spelled) is an idiot. I dont care for him

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    Ragin' Cajuns Paul Bako

    Where is Paul Bako playing now?


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    Quote Originally Posted by SportsFan View Post
    _ Where is Paul Bako playing now? _

    The Phillies agreed Monday to a Minor League contract with catcher Paul Bako, while infielder Miguel Cairo accepted a Minor League assignment.

    Bako, 36, will report to extended Spring Training in Clearwater, Fla.

    Cairo, who the Phillies designated for assignment after Friday's victory against Washington, is expected to play for Triple-A Lehigh Valley, but it is uncertain when he will report.

    "Paul has a tremendous amount of Major League experience and he gives us the opportunity to add greater catching depth to our system," Phillies assistant general manager Scott Proefrock said in a statement.

    The Cubs released Bako on March 30, and he has not played since. Once Bako gets into game shape, he is expected to join one of the organization's Minor League affiliates.

    Bako has hit .231 with 21 home runs and 186 runs batted in his 11-year career. In reserve roles with Kansas City, Baltimore and Cincinnati the past three seasons, Bako has not hit better than .217. He has thrown out 28 percent of potential base stealers (155-of-549).

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    THANKS! Hadn't heard his name in awhile.

    (the condesending wiener)


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    UL Baseball Bako back in the Big Leagues

    The Philadelphia Phillies recently bought his contract from a AA minor league team and added Bako to their active roster to replace Brad Lidge who was sent to the 15 day DL. They now have three catchers on their active roster, so I'm not sure how long this arrangement will last. However, it's nice to see the former LHS and UL player get another shot in MLB. Unlike his last two teams (Orioles & Reds), the Phillies are actually a legit contender. In last night's game with the Mets, he struck out in his lone plate appearance.


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    Default Re: Bako back in the Big Leagues

    Glad to see him lasting so long. He's 36 now. It takes catchers so long to get up to the bigs and its really good to see him staying there as long as he has.


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    Ragin' Cajuns Re: Bako back in the Big Leagues

    i was watching the mets last night when charlie manuel, phillies' mgr., put bako in to pinch hit in the late innings of 4-4 game. he struck out, but at least he's around pinch-hitting, and pinch-catching for somebody.


  19. Default Raging Paging: Bako the elite slugger


      Paul Bako became the 32nd player in major league history to homer for at least eight different teams when he connected for a solo homer in the Phillies' 3-1 win over Colorado Thursday. He has the fewest homers, 22, among the group of 32, which includes Gary Sheffield and Bobby Bonds. Link

    Baseball's unwritten rules have changed Bako wishes it was liek the old days. Link

    Quarterback Jake Delhomme participated in six plays before making a quick exit in Carolina's first exhibition Link

    Jonathan Lucroy has extended his hitting streak to nine games.

    Ike Taylor is the unquestioned leader of the Steelers corners and will be counted on to go against every opponent's best receiver, usually in man-to-man situations. The seven-year veteran is more than up to the task. Link







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    UL Baseball Bako 'blessed' by experiences in Major Leagues


      Don't get him wrong, Paul Bako still loves baseball.

    He fully understands everything the sport has meant to him throughout his life.

    The rest of the story


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