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    it is nice in buffalo the teams just stink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan Hildebrand View Post
    I lived outside buffalo (east aurora) for 2 years before moving to texas 2 years ago. it really is an underrated place to live. aside from the disaster downtown and all of the messes left by the steel and auto industries. good food, diehard sports fans, clean, green....
    Its really is pretty decent. East Aurora is a great village...thanks for stoppin!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goodfellas View Post
    it is nice in buffalo the teams just stink.


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    Bills oust Modrak


    The Buffalo Bills announced they have relieved Tom Modrak from his duties as vice president of college scouting. Modrak served the Bills since June 2001 as a top executive in the football department.
    His departure is not a shock, given the team's lack of success on the field the past decade. In addition, any changes NFL teams make to their scouting lineup most often come at the start of May, after the draft.
    "This is the time of year when we evaluate every element of our football operation and with the draft now completed, we have decided to reorganize our personnel department," said Buddy Nix, Bills executive vice president and general manager, in a statement. "We have begun that process and made a decision to head in a different direction. We thank Tom for his 10 years of dedication to our organization and wish him the best in his future endeavors."
    Modrak was intimately involved in the scouting and preparation for last weekend's NFL Draft. However, the Bills have added to their football administration since Nix was hired at the end of the 2009 season. Doug Whaley is the Bills' assistant general manager and director of pro personnel. He scouts top college prospects across the country throughout the college season, as does Nix. The Bills also added Darrell Moody, hired from San Diego, as a national scout last year.
    The surprise, for a lot of Bills fans, is Modrak lasted as long as he did with the Bills' organization.

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    Friday, May 6, 2011 (7:05 p.m.) - Coca-Cola Field
    RHP Chris Schwinden (1-1, 2.57) vs. RHP Chad Reineke (3-0, 2.10
    Radio: WWKB AM 1520, WGR Sportsradio 550 AM, bisons.com
    TODAY'S GAME:
    Tonight, the Buffalo Bisons host the Louisville Bats for the second game of a four-game series at Coca-Cola Field (7:05 p.m.). The Herd collected the 6-5 walk-off win over the Bats in the series opener on Thursday night. Tonight's game is the second of an eight-game homestand as the Bisons will welcome in the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees, May 9-12.
    VS. BATS: Last night, the Bisons won the first contest in their eight-game season series with the Bats. Buffalo has now won five of their last six games against Louisville at Coca-Cola Field. Since 1998, the Herd has a 33-20 (.623 winning pct.) against the Bats in downtown Buffalo.
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    Well I guess you have the best team at losing superbowls

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    Local firm hopes to score points with Bills' new field

    Longtime Buffalo fan from East Amherst finally gets a chance to leave his mark on Ralph Wilson Stadium

    Updated: May 8, 2011, 8:27 AM
    Jim Dobmeier is a devout Buffalo Bills fan, a season-ticket holder who has watched plenty of winning and losing seasons.
    He is about to have influence on his favorite team's games in a way the most passionate, vocal fan cannot match. The Cheektowaga-based company Dobmeier founded, A-Turf, was selected to install a new artificial playing surface for Ralph Wilson Stadium.
    "I'm looking forward to opening day," Dobmeier said. "It's going to be exciting."
    As Marv Levy might say, where else would Dobmeier rather be at kickoff?
    The project will proceed regardless of what happens in the labor dispute between the National Football League and its players, which has left the upcoming NFL season in limbo.
    A-Turf will remove the stadium's existing artificial turf, which was installed in 2003 by a company called SRI Sports. Then, over the course of two and a half weeks, A-Turf will install its own 86,000- square-foot surface, a system called the Titan. The project will take place during June and July.

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    May 7, 2011

    Rock out-smart Bandits

    By Terry Koshan, QMI Agency

    BUFFALO — If the Toronto Rock is going to win its first Champion’s Cup in six years, it’s going to have to be a lot more consistent.
    The Rock shrugged off a couple of bewildering lapses to beat the Buffalo Bandits 12-11 in the National Lacrosse League Eastern Division final at HSBC Arena.
    Toronto next weekend will play the winner of the Western final between the Calgary Roughnecks and Washington Stealth, a game that was played late Saturday night.

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    my ex was a team physician for the bisons. got suite seats a dozen games a year or so. fun simple farm club baseball. kid friendly too.

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    Louisville lefty Cochran silences Herd hitters

    Takes no-hitter into the sixth of 3-1 win.


    Updated: May 8, 2011, 12:35 AM
    Disregard the fact that the Buffalo Bisons stranded six men on base and how they whiffed on four opportunities with runners in scoring position. Tom Cochran still dominated on the mound.
    His work of art played a huge role in the Herd's 3-1 loss to the Louisville Bats on Saturday afternoon at Coca-Cola Field. Leaning heavily on a change-up and fastball before finding movement on his curve later on, Cochran (4-0) threw 5 2/3 innings of no-hit baseball until the Bisons' Luis Hernandez doubled to left in the sixth with two out.
    "It stunk, but it's one of those things where you have to keep battling and try and keep us in the best situation I possibly could to win," Cochran said. "I was thinking about it but it is what it is."
    After Lucas Duda and Valentino Pascucci hit back-to-back singles to start the seventh, Cochran was lifted. The veteran left-hander didn't allow a run on three hits with four strikeouts and three walks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan Hildebrand View Post
    my ex was a team physician for the bisons. got suite seats a dozen games a year or so. fun simple farm club baseball. kid friendly too.
    Thats cool. Its a good place to watch a game. I can take the whole family and still put gas in the truck too!!! Reasonable price. I like to check and see whos on injury rehab assignments so I can see some Major Leaugers. Fireworks every friday home game...Kids love it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goodfellas View Post
    Well I guess you have the best team at losing superbowls
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    what else. um you signed grant fuhr 10 years past his prime.

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    You really dont have to check the page then Mr Sports Leader.

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    Bats Shutout Bisons 8-0

    Buffalo, N.Y. (bisons.com) - Louisville starter Matt Maloney had it all working on Sunday afternoon against the Bisons...on the mound and at the plate.
    The Bats' southpaw pitched seven shutout innings -and had three hits- in an 8-0 victory over the Bisons on Sunday afternoon at Coca-Cola Field. Todd Frazier added three big hits of his own as Louisville earned a split of the four-game series.

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