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    Ellsbury is very likely to leave Boston after this year, so we only have to read softlaw's whines about him for 4 or 5 more years...

     
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    In response to notin's comment:

    Ellsbury is very likely to leave Boston after this year, so we only have to read softlaw's whines about him for 4 or 5 more years...




    we'll be better off if the sox sign him. not only will we have a cornerstone player locked up long term but Stiffy will likely have a stroke and die... its a win-win :)

     
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    In response to notin's comment:

    Ellsbury is very likely to leave Boston after this year, so we only have to read softlaw's whines about him for 4 or 5 more years...



    True, but he will also quickly find a new target for hateful fixation on the Sox.

     
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    In response to Hfxsoxnut's comment:

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    Ellsbury is very likely to leave Boston after this year, so we only have to read softlaw's whines about him for 4 or 5 more years...

     



    True, but he will also quickly find a new target for hateful fixation on the Sox.

     



    middlebrooks....

     
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    In response to mef429's comment:

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    Ellsbury is very likely to leave Boston after this year, so we only have to read softlaw's whines about him for 4 or 5 more years...

     




    we'll be better off if the sox sign him. not only will we have a cornerstone player locked up long term but Stiffy will likely have a stroke and die... its a win-win :)

     



    With all his incarnations and reincarnations, what makes you rthink Softy couldn't come back from the grave to continue to bash one of his punching bags?

     
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     I would trade ellsbury ASAP and insert Bradley without hesitation

     
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    In response to RickEO's comment:

     I would trade ellsbury ASAP and insert Bradley without hesitation




    don't be so hasty, the kids played 50 games in AA at a "Meh" level and yes, he is having sucess so far in ST..... BUT its only been a weeks worth of games when pitchers are only throwing FBs and not attacking hitters just yet. if he keeps it up throughout the duration of ST you might have a point.

     
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    In response to Hfxsoxnut's comment:

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    Ellsbury is very likely to leave Boston after this year, so we only have to read softlaw's whines about him for 4 or 5 more years...

     



    True, but he will also quickly find a new target for hateful fixation on the Sox.

     




    He's already started targeting Xander Bogaerts.

     
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    The number of runs scored that superstar leadoff hitter Jacoby Ellsbury has averaged since being named the starting CF'er, over a half a decade ago.  



    Before I opened this thread, I thought it was the RS O/U; sounds about right; of course, they could also win 100, but not likely.

     
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    In response to mef429's comment:

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    Ellsbury is very likely to leave Boston after this year, so we only have to read softlaw's whines about him for 4 or 5 more years...

     



    True, but he will also quickly find a new target for hateful fixation on the Sox.

     

     



    middlebrooks....

     




    That would be my guess too...

     
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     I would trade ellsbury ASAP and insert Bradley without hesitation




    Really? and what exactly do you think you will get back right now?

    IF they decide to trade him, it will most likely be at the deadline where his value (IF hes doing well) will be at its highest..Right now, his value isnt very high coming off another injury and not doing so well upon his return last year...

     
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    18 & 74.  The number of games he has played during two injury plagued seasons.  Kinda misleading to thow those in there as full seasons........but I wouldn't of expected anything less from Softy.

     

    104.  His 162 game Average.  

     
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    In response to notin's comment:

    Ellsbury is very likely to leave Boston after this year, so we only have to read softlaw's whines about him for 4 or 5 more years...



    I seriously doubt that.

    He is still ranting about Wake.

     
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    Re: 76.8

    107.0

    The average number of runs Jacoby scores per 162 games.

    Runs scored by our leadoff hitters in recent years:

    2012    88  (Jacoby missed over half the season)

    2011  127

    2010  103  (Jacoby missed almost the whole year)

    2009  111

    2008  108

     

    It's clear our leadoff hitters score much more when Jacoby is not playing. Right?

    ~115 per season when Jacoby plays FT.

    ~95 per season when he does not.

    Silly clown.

     
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    1 -- the loneliest number in all the world.

     
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     2000 - Number of light years from home

     

    http://vimeo.com/12246813

     
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    12 -- the numbers of drummers drumming.

     
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    Re: 76.8

    more useless ells bashing

     
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    At least there is something targue to argue on his ability stay healthy.  I would say hey are freak accidents, regardless when Ellsbury is healhy....he's good.  It's that simple

     
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    Re: 76.8

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    The number of runs scored that superstar leadoff hitter Jacoby Ellsbury has averaged since being named the starting CF'er, over a half a decade ago.  



    His actual runs scored per season is 107 but you don't care about fact do you?

     
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    In response to BosoxJoe5's comment:

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

     

    The number of runs scored that superstar leadoff hitter Jacoby Ellsbury has averaged since being named the starting CF'er, over a half a decade ago.  

     



    His actual runs scored per season is 107 but you don't care about fact do you?

     




    Softy NEVER lets numbers get in his way..

     
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