Re: Avoid Anderson like the Plague!
posted at 11/18/2012 1:57 AM EST
In response to Softlaw1's comment:
Lester made 7.6M in 2012, Buchholz made 3.5M, Doubront 480K...Sounds like a good deal to me. and certainly not 1st rate money.
You didn't read the earlier comments, while you were trolling. The cost is in the young talent. That's alright for Felix, but not this 2nd rate bum Anderson.
Bragging on Dickey's recent NL resthome league numbers is weak. Even worse, bragging on Dickey throwing his goofball in the AL into his 40's, like that loser Wakefield. Stats should be changed for these goofball loser pitchers, by charging them baserunners and runs for all those goofballs that head to the backstop as runners score and/or reach base. Anyone remember one of these goofball pitchers winning a playoff game or tipping point season game. No, didn't think so.
The gooball pithers are like the clowns in the 3 ring circus. The goofball fans say "wow, isn't that amazing, a big fat old guy striking out that top hitter. I'm fat, old, I can relate and pipe dream that that's me out there that some fans are laughing at and applauding.
If there is one loser face for the Red Sox, it is Wakefield. Fortunately, I never saw that face in 2004 and 2007 post season runs. If it was there at all, I blocked it out. The Wakefield career signature moments were two:
1. The Adam Boone HR in Game 7 2003 ALCS
2. The "loser every game streak that turned a league leader into the biggest season collapse in history"
3. The pitiful spin "Wakefield volunteered to skip his playoff start to go in and mop up"
Wakefield appeals to fat old untalented men, just like angry old Democrat Party white men and women use entitlements to appeal to angry minorities, angry women, and angry people who envy the private property they want for themselves.
"2 years and 12M would be good value and fit for the Red Sox, who have too many 2nd rate pitchers on 1st rate contracts"
I stated the Sox top 3 pitchers contracts...you called them second rate pitchers on 1st rate contracts. The only one is Lackey. Im sure you meant more than 1 pitcher or your words "pitchers" and "contracts" wouldnt be pluralized...So please explain what I didnt understand again...