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I've been at some pretty bad minor league baseball games. You know - the games where it's a noon or earlier first pitch on a Wednesday with 92 degree temperature and the good players have already been called up to the major league team and the minor league team isn't in playoff contention and the visiting team puts up like 7 runs in the first two innings. Those kind of games.

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As a Lions fan, the list is endless.

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18 hours ago, Bmac said:

I've been at some pretty bad minor league baseball games. You know - the games where it's a noon or earlier first pitch on a Wednesday with 92 degree temperature and the good players have already been called up to the major league team and the minor league team isn't in playoff contention and the visiting team puts up like 7 runs in the first two innings. Those kind of games.

I saw a West Virginia Power Sunday afternoon game with about 150 fans in 95+ degree weather. Barely any place with shade and absolutely no breeze. Was one of the worst baseball game experiences I've ever experienced.

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I guess all the crappy Bucks games I've seen over the years have run together.  This new world-beater Bucks squad is still a new concept that hasn't quite sunk in for me yet.

Of all the horrid QB play I've seen from the Bears, Todd Collins' single start was easily the most cringeworthy game I can recall...and this is considering the Bears somehow managed to actually win that one.  My thoughts were "how the effort is this man employed to be an NFL passer?". The way he played, I don't even think a mediocre semipro team would want him.

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Saw my Kings lose to the Cavs in 2011(first year post LeBron). Two bad teams going at it. The most recognizable player on the Cavs to me was Luke Harangody, and that was solely based off him in college. Here is the box score: https://www.basketball-reference.com/boxscores/201103160SAC.html. (Two days later I saw them got smoked by a playoff team in the Sixers)

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The 2005 United States Grand Prix fits this description pretty well.

 

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There were 20 cars (10 teams) in F1 that year, 14 that used Michelin tires and 6 that used Bridgestone. The Michelin tires had severe failures throughout the weekend and it was considered unsafe to race on the existing circuit -- 9 of the 10 teams supported adding a chicane to Indy's oval turn, but Ferrari and the FIA were against it, so no chicane was added.

 

All the Michelin teams took the parade lap, then peeled off into the pits in protest. The two Ferrari cars, plus the four back-markers that also ran Bridgestone, paraded around the track. It was bizarre.

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On January 12th, 2019, the Minnesota Wild hosted the Detroit Red Wings, in a game that shouldn’t have been very lopsided, but unfortunately the Minnesota Wild gave up after the first period, leading to a 5-2 loss on home ice. The fifth and final goal for the Red Wings was a hattrick goal by Bertuzzi where he got the puck in the corner, and simply walked to the front of the net and backhanded the puck past Dubnyk, while 3 players for the Wild just slowly skated back and watched him score... 🙃

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