posted at 3/3/2013 2:29 AM EST
Both worked out much better than the human passed ball and atuomatic out, Varitek.
Both who? Ramon & Hernandez?
Ben Sheets on a minor league contact is better than your man Santana. Is Santana still around,? Is he still on your payroll?'
Different year, clown. Sheets never pitched one inning the year you would have signed him.
I have admitted to my mistake on Santana, but I was spot on that you'd bring him up to deflect from your horrid streak of over 400 straight wrong positions. Next time flip a coin- you'll have a 50% better chance of being right.
R. Johnson for 2M and Sizemore and Pods on a minor league contract, as placeholders for Bradley, Jr.,
Sizemore will not be ready to play until maybe June... nice "placeholder"- just like when you wanted Doubront to start instead of Wake, when he was on the DL or in rehab. Brilliant clownsmanship here, softy.
Ellsbury traded and J. Upton acquired for a little more than that pitiful Braves offer, that's a little better than 23 million for Ellspuff and old Shane.
Why do you keep pretending like you are the only one who wanted Ellsbury traded or wanted Upton traded for. Stop the strawman act. I offered much more realistic offers for Upton than you.
Yes, those 24 homers were terrible for Hanley, not to mention what Fenway's little league LF would have done. Instead, your man Aviles and Lowrie and Aviles and some old toilets have really done a great job.
My man Aviles? Dude, I wrote hundreds of posts about why Iggy should have started instead of Mike. Your strawman act is getting old. Have you no sense of decency?
I like Hanley in LF (been saying for years that the Red Sox must do better than garbage in the OF and could have acquired Kemp, then Hanley, then J. Upton), over the great OF of Ellsbury, Shane, and some garbage purchased from Bloomberg's garbage barge service.
So, at least you are not now denying you wanted HanRam, that's a good step in teh right direction for you. Have you begun having counseling sessions recently?
Oh, and by the way, Sherlock, since it is you who chose HRs to judge HanRam by and now say you wanted him in LF, here's the score since you wanted him after 2010:
DBLs: HanRam 45/ Jake 64
SBs: HanRam 41/ Jake 53
Runs: HanRam 134/ Jake 162
RBIs: HanRam 137/ Jake 131
Gms-PAs: HanRam 249-1052/ Jake 232-1065
Contract Cost: HanRam $26M/ Jake $10.45M
I won't mention BA, OBP, SLG%, or your prized GG Awards that you hold in such high esteem (see the Jeter is a great fielder position held by the resident clown).
Cue: Next goalpost move.
Stay tuned, folks.
(Softy's got a goalpost made of balsa wood for easier positional movements.)