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Goodbye, Doug

Saluting another Tiger:

You Won't Be Forgotten

You Won’t Be Forgotten

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4 Comments

  1. Young $narf Young $narf
    December 3, 2013    

    Dave D promises to not be cutting payroll, so he must have some tricks up his sleeve. Still, sad.

  2. Young $narf Young $narf
    December 4, 2013    

    I had a dream last night that we were still in the ALCS and Doug was pitching – the rules of the dream where he wouldn’t be leaving till the end of the playoffs – so I knew we’d be extra inspired. I’m gonna miss Prince and Doug a lot.

    • Young $narf Young $narf
      December 4, 2013    

      I also saw Prince when he was on his way from his press conference going to his limo (dream setting). I ran up to him and he was dismissive thinking I was another hater, but I just wanted to shake his hand and thank him for everything he did. I wanted him to know he’d be missed. I wanted to say goodbye.

      • Young $narf Young $narf
        December 4, 2013    

        he shook my hand

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