Ben's bridge to nowhere has been graded as structurally deficient

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    In response to FrankFromGL's comment:

    Good morning to my good Red Sox friends.

     

    Remember your motto: If you can't argue based on the facts, try to change the subject. You believe in the Art of Obfuscation.

     

    Let's separate fact from fiction.

     

    Ben's acquisitions during the off season are retreads; players whose best seasons are just a memory.

     

    Shane Victorino left Wednesday's 6-5 Red Sox win over the Athletics after the sixth inning with a sore lower back, the same injury that caused him to miss two games over the weekend. Victorino is injury-prone, and, as he ages, he's likely to break down more. So, Ben's investment in the aging outfielder for three-year, $39 million was not wise.

     

    Stephen Drew( BA=.128)-upgrade over Jose Iglesias-hardly!

     

    Jonny Gomes(.BA =.188) signed to a two-year, $10 million deal

    How much did he earn from Oakland in 2012? $1 million

    Age=32 Role=platoon player and he is a bad defender.

     

    Will Middlebrooks= BA=.165

     

    Jarrod Saltalamacchia= BA= .218

     

    Your closer, Hanrahan, is on the DL. And was not pitching like a dominant closer before he went on the DL.

    Miller  (ERA=6.23) is inconsistent with control issues.

     

    Your 6th starter, Aceves, was optioned to Triple-A.

     

    Jon Lester once again sparred with two different home-plate umpires yesterday when he felt he was being squeezed. Sounds like 2012 again.

     

    Clay Buchholz never pitched over 200 innings. How durable is he?

     

    Dempster failed in Texas last year. Ben’s big addition is a mid 30s finesse NL pitcher; a bottom of the rotation addition.

     

    Doubront is inconsistent and an end of the rotation starter.

     

    And Lackey is a total mystery.

     

    This team doesn’t have the big power bats of the 1st decade of the 21st century, nor the great starting pitching.

     

    Ben did not build a playoff team.

     

     

     

     



    Who are you trying to convince? 

     
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    Re: Ben's bridge to nowhere has been graded as structurally deficient

    In response to emp9's comment:

    In response to FrankFromGL's comment:

     

    Good morning to my good Red Sox friends.

     

    Remember your motto: If you can't argue based on the facts, try to change the subject. You believe in the Art of Obfuscation.

     

    Let's separate fact from fiction.

     

    Ben's acquisitions during the off season are retreads; players whose best seasons are just a memory.

     

    Shane Victorino left Wednesday's 6-5 Red Sox win over the Athletics after the sixth inning with a sore lower back, the same injury that caused him to miss two games over the weekend. Victorino is injury-prone, and, as he ages, he's likely to break down more. So, Ben's investment in the aging outfielder for three-year, $39 million was not wise.

     

    Stephen Drew( BA=.128)-upgrade over Jose Iglesias-hardly!

     

    Jonny Gomes(.BA =.188) signed to a two-year, $10 million deal

    How much did he earn from Oakland in 2012? $1 million

    Age=32 Role=platoon player and he is a bad defender.

     

    Will Middlebrooks= BA=.165

     

    Jarrod Saltalamacchia= BA= .218

     

    Your closer, Hanrahan, is on the DL. And was not pitching like a dominant closer before he went on the DL.

    Miller  (ERA=6.23) is inconsistent with control issues.

     

    Your 6th starter, Aceves, was optioned to Triple-A.

     

    Jon Lester once again sparred with two different home-plate umpires yesterday when he felt he was being squeezed. Sounds like 2012 again.

     

    Clay Buchholz never pitched over 200 innings. How durable is he?

     

    Dempster failed in Texas last year. Ben’s big addition is a mid 30s finesse NL pitcher; a bottom of the rotation addition.

     

    Doubront is inconsistent and an end of the rotation starter.

     

    And Lackey is a total mystery.

     

    This team doesn’t have the big power bats of the 1st decade of the 21st century, nor the great starting pitching.

     

    Ben did not build a playoff team.

     

     

     

     

     



    Who are you trying to convince? 

     




    himself, to cover up all the question marks his team has. makes him feel better.

     
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    Re: Ben's bridge to nowhere has been graded as structurally deficient

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    himself, to cover up all the question marks his team has. makes him feel better.

     

    777

    my money says his team is the sox

    and he's just having fun

    not that I approve of such threads

     




     
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    Re: Ben's bridge to nowhere has been graded as structurally deficient

    Red Sox 14-7

    Yankees 11-9

    Hmm.

    Since the TEAM is so terrible,  guess that means either Farrell is a brilliant manager or your yankees are REALLY BAD.

     
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    Re: Ben's bridge to nowhere has been graded as structurally deficient

    In response to pinstripezac35's comment:

    In response to southpaw777's comment:

    himself, to cover up all the question marks his team has. makes him feel better.

     

    777

    my money says his team is the sox

    and he's just having fun

    not that I approve of such threads

     






    Hey zac,
    Not sure whos pretending to be Frank, but yeah, I know hes just trolling. Thanks though :)

     

     
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    Re: Ben's bridge to nowhere has been graded as structurally deficient

    In response to jimedfred's comment:

    Red Sox 14-7

    Yankees 11-9

    Hmm.

    Since the TEAM is so terrible,  guess that means either Farrell is a brilliant manager or your yankees are REALLY BAD.



    Boston will be 18-7 after they complete their four-game series vs. the Astros.   Cool

     
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    Re: Ben's bridge to nowhere has been graded as structurally deficient

    The Astros aren't rolling over and the Sox aren't exactly knocking the cover off the baseball.

    Could be a tough series. Hopefully the starters will go deep into the game.

     
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    In response to MadMc44's comment:

    The Astros aren't rolling over and the Sox aren't exactly knocking the cover off the baseball.

    Could be a tough series. Hopefully the starters will go deep into the game.




    Astros have some nice young talent.

     
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    Re: Ben's bridge to nowhere has been graded as structurally deficient

    In response to FrankFromGL's comment:

    Good morning to my good Red Sox friends.

     

    Remember your motto: If you can't argue based on the facts, try to change the subject. You believe in the Art of Obfuscation.

     

    Let's separate fact from fiction.

     

    Ben's acquisitions during the off season are retreads; players whose best seasons are just a memory.

     

    Shane Victorino left Wednesday's 6-5 Red Sox win over the Athletics after the sixth inning with a sore lower back, the same injury that caused him to miss two games over the weekend. Victorino is injury-prone, and, as he ages, he's likely to break down more. So, Ben's investment in the aging outfielder for three-year, $39 million was not wise.

     

    Stephen Drew( BA=.128)-upgrade over Jose Iglesias-hardly!

     

    Jonny Gomes(.BA =.188) signed to a two-year, $10 million deal

    How much did he earn from Oakland in 2012? $1 million

    Age=32 Role=platoon player and he is a bad defender.

     

    Will Middlebrooks= BA=.165

     

    Jarrod Saltalamacchia= BA= .218

     

    Your closer, Hanrahan, is on the DL. And was not pitching like a dominant closer before he went on the DL.

    Miller  (ERA=6.23) is inconsistent with control issues.

     

    Your 6th starter, Aceves, was optioned to Triple-A.

     

    Jon Lester once again sparred with two different home-plate umpires yesterday when he felt he was being squeezed. Sounds like 2012 again.

     

    Clay Buchholz never pitched over 200 innings. How durable is he?

     

    Dempster failed in Texas last year. Ben’s big addition is a mid 30s finesse NL pitcher; a bottom of the rotation addition.

     

    Doubront is inconsistent and an end of the rotation starter.

     

    And Lackey is a total mystery.

     

    This team doesn’t have the big power bats of the 1st decade of the 21st century, nor the great starting pitching.

     

    Ben did not build a playoff team.

     

     

     

     




    Fact......the Yankees have 3 players batting over .250.....  It's no wonder you're looking for things to nitpick from the Sox.....I guess I would too if that's the 'team' I was stuck rooting for.  It's no wonder you like Bill so much....neither of you like the Sox....

     
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    Re: Ben's bridge to nowhere has been graded as structurally deficient

    In response to FrankFromGL's comment:

    Good morning to my good Red Sox friends.

     

    Remember your motto: If you can't argue based on the facts, try to change the subject. You believe in the Art of Obfuscation.

     

    Let's separate fact from fiction.

     

    Ben's acquisitions during the off season are retreads; players whose best seasons are just a memory.

     

    Shane Victorino left Wednesday's 6-5 Red Sox win over the Athletics after the sixth inning with a sore lower back, the same injury that caused him to miss two games over the weekend. Victorino is injury-prone, and, as he ages, he's likely to break down more. So, Ben's investment in the aging outfielder for three-year, $39 million was not wise.

     

    Stephen Drew( BA=.128)-upgrade over Jose Iglesias-hardly!

     

    Jonny Gomes(.BA =.188) signed to a two-year, $10 million deal

    How much did he earn from Oakland in 2012? $1 million

    Age=32 Role=platoon player and he is a bad defender.

     

    Will Middlebrooks= BA=.165

     

    Jarrod Saltalamacchia= BA= .218

     

    Your closer, Hanrahan, is on the DL. And was not pitching like a dominant closer before he went on the DL.

    Miller  (ERA=6.23) is inconsistent with control issues.

     

    Your 6th starter, Aceves, was optioned to Triple-A.

     

    Jon Lester once again sparred with two different home-plate umpires yesterday when he felt he was being squeezed. Sounds like 2012 again.

     

    Clay Buchholz never pitched over 200 innings. How durable is he?

     

    Dempster failed in Texas last year. Ben’s big addition is a mid 30s finesse NL pitcher; a bottom of the rotation addition.

     

    Doubront is inconsistent and an end of the rotation starter.

     

    And Lackey is a total mystery.

     

    This team doesn’t have the big power bats of the 1st decade of the 21st century, nor the great starting pitching.

     

    Ben did not build a playoff team.

     

     

     

     



    This guy defines the word "troll". I am not going to comment on the topic of his OP because the purpose of it is solely to get a rise out of the people who come here to discuss baseball.

    I am simply going to request that the moderators here consider using some judgement and removing threads that are started for the sole reason of trolling. This should not be permitted at BDC.

     
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    Re: Ben's bridge to nowhere has been graded as structurally deficient

    The ridiculous thing about this post is that the Sox have the 2nd best record in the majors (?).  They have veteran guys who were slightly overpaid to man the shop while prospects develop and while the Sox FO reassesses its plan to rebuild a winner. 

    Yeah, I'd rather have Gonzalez, Beckett, Crawford and no hope than to have a clean slate. 

     
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    Re: Ben's bridge to nowhere has been graded as structurally deficient

    In response to FrankFromGL's comment:

    Good morning to my good Red Sox friends.

     

    Remember your motto: If you can't argue based on the facts, try to change the subject. You believe in the Art of Obfuscation.

     

    Let's separate fact from fiction.

     

    Ben's acquisitions during the off season are retreads; players whose best seasons are just a memory.

     

    Shane Victorino left Wednesday's 6-5 Red Sox win over the Athletics after the sixth inning with a sore lower back, the same injury that caused him to miss two games over the weekend. Victorino is injury-prone, and, as he ages, he's likely to break down more. So, Ben's investment in the aging outfielder for three-year, $39 million was not wise.

     

    Stephen Drew( BA=.128)-upgrade over Jose Iglesias-hardly!

     

    Jonny Gomes(.BA =.188) signed to a two-year, $10 million deal

    How much did he earn from Oakland in 2012? $1 million

    Age=32 Role=platoon player and he is a bad defender.

     

    Will Middlebrooks= BA=.165

     

    Jarrod Saltalamacchia= BA= .218

     

    Your closer, Hanrahan, is on the DL. And was not pitching like a dominant closer before he went on the DL.

    Miller  (ERA=6.23) is inconsistent with control issues.

     

    Your 6th starter, Aceves, was optioned to Triple-A.

     

    Jon Lester once again sparred with two different home-plate umpires yesterday when he felt he was being squeezed. Sounds like 2012 again.

     

    Clay Buchholz never pitched over 200 innings. How durable is he?

     

    Dempster failed in Texas last year. Ben’s big addition is a mid 30s finesse NL pitcher; a bottom of the rotation addition.

     

    Doubront is inconsistent and an end of the rotation starter.

     

    And Lackey is a total mystery.

     

    This team doesn’t have the big power bats of the 1st decade of the 21st century, nor the great starting pitching.

     

    Ben did not build a playoff team.

     

     

     

     



    You say you want to seperate fact from fiction but then show a lack of understanding of what makes something a fact.  A fictional fact is still a fact nonetheless.  The definition of a fact is that it can be wrong.  The opposite of fact is opinion (not fictional fact).  Here's some help:

     

    Ben's acquisitions during the off season are retreads (not a fact); players whose best seasons are just a memory. (not a fact)

    Shane Victorino left Wednesday's 6-5 Red Sox win over the Athletics after the sixth inning with a sore lower back (fact), the same injury that caused him to miss two games over the weekend (fact). Victorino is injury-prone (not a fact), and, as he ages, he's likely to break down more (not a fact). So, Ben's investment in the aging outfielder for three-year, $39 million was not wise. (not a fact)

    Stephen Drew( BA=.128) (fact) -upgrade over Jose Iglesias-hardly! (not a fact)

    Jonny Gomes(.BA =.188) signed to a two-year, $10 million deal (fact)

    How much did he earn from Oakland in 2012? $1 million  (not a fact)

    Age=32 (fact) Role=platoon player and he is a bad defender. (not a fact)

    Will Middlebrooks= BA=.165 (fact)

    Jarrod Saltalamacchia= BA= .218 (fact)

    Your closer, Hanrahan, is on the DL (fact). And was not pitching like a dominant closer before he went on the DL. (not a fact)

    Miller  (ERA=6.23) (fact) is inconsistent with control issues (not a fact)

    Your 6th starter, Aceves, was optioned to Triple-A. (fact) 

    Jon Lester once again sparred with two different home-plate umpires yesterday when he felt he was being squeezed. Sounds like 2012 again. (not a fact)

    Clay Buchholz never pitched over 200 innings. (fact) How durable is he? (not a fact)

    Dempster failed in Texas last year. (not a fact) Ben’s big addition is a mid 30s finesse NL pitcher; a bottom of the rotation addition. (not a fact) 

    Doubront is inconsistent and an end of the rotation starter. (not a fact)

    And Lackey is a total mystery. (not a fact)

    This team doesn’t have the big power bats of the 1st decade of the 21st century, nor the great starting pitching. (not a fact)

    Ben did not build a playoff team. (not a fact)

    Hope that helps!

     
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    Re: Ben's bridge to nowhere has been graded as structurally deficient

    In response to FrankFromGL's comment:

    Good morning to my good Red Sox friends.

     

    Remember your motto: If you can't argue based on the facts, try to change the subject. You believe in the Art of Obfuscation.

     

    Let's separate fact from fiction.

     

    Ben's acquisitions during the off season are retreads; players whose best seasons are just a memory.

     

    Shane Victorino left Wednesday's 6-5 Red Sox win over the Athletics after the sixth inning with a sore lower back, the same injury that caused him to miss two games over the weekend. Victorino is injury-prone, and, as he ages, he's likely to break down more. So, Ben's investment in the aging outfielder for three-year, $39 million was not wise.

     

    Stephen Drew( BA=.128)-upgrade over Jose Iglesias-hardly!

     

    Jonny Gomes(.BA =.188) signed to a two-year, $10 million deal

    How much did he earn from Oakland in 2012? $1 million

    Age=32 Role=platoon player and he is a bad defender.

     

    Will Middlebrooks= BA=.165

     

    Jarrod Saltalamacchia= BA= .218

     

    Your closer, Hanrahan, is on the DL. And was not pitching like a dominant closer before he went on the DL.

    Miller  (ERA=6.23) is inconsistent with control issues.

     

    Your 6th starter, Aceves, was optioned to Triple-A.

     

    Jon Lester once again sparred with two different home-plate umpires yesterday when he felt he was being squeezed. Sounds like 2012 again.

     

    Clay Buchholz never pitched over 200 innings. How durable is he?

     

    Dempster failed in Texas last year. Ben’s big addition is a mid 30s finesse NL pitcher; a bottom of the rotation addition.

     

    Doubront is inconsistent and an end of the rotation starter.

     

    And Lackey is a total mystery.

     

    This team doesn’t have the big power bats of the 1st decade of the 21st century, nor the great starting pitching.

     

    Ben did not build a playoff team.

     

     

     

     



    Well thanks for playing. Don't forget your parting gifts -- a year's supply of Turtle Wax.

     
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    Drewski: its pointless to try to discuss baseball with this troll. He is not here to do that. He is here only to try to get a rise out of the rest of us. IMO he is best ignored.

     
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    Re: Ben's bridge to nowhere has been graded as structurally deficient

    In response to FrankFromGL's comment:

    Good morning to my good Red Sox friends.

     

    Remember your motto: If you can't argue based on the facts, try to change the subject. You believe in the Art of Obfuscation.

     

    Let's separate fact from fiction.

     

    Ben's acquisitions during the off season are retreads; players whose best seasons are just a memory.

     

    Shane Victorino left Wednesday's 6-5 Red Sox win over the Athletics after the sixth inning with a sore lower back, the same injury that caused him to miss two games over the weekend. Victorino is injury-prone, and, as he ages, he's likely to break down more. So, Ben's investment in the aging outfielder for three-year, $39 million was not wise.

     

    Stephen Drew( BA=.128)-upgrade over Jose Iglesias-hardly!

     

    Jonny Gomes(.BA =.188) signed to a two-year, $10 million deal

    How much did he earn from Oakland in 2012? $1 million

    Age=32 Role=platoon player and he is a bad defender.

     

    Will Middlebrooks= BA=.165

     

    Jarrod Saltalamacchia= BA= .218

     

    Your closer, Hanrahan, is on the DL. And was not pitching like a dominant closer before he went on the DL.

    Miller  (ERA=6.23) is inconsistent with control issues.

     

    Your 6th starter, Aceves, was optioned to Triple-A.

     

    Jon Lester once again sparred with two different home-plate umpires yesterday when he felt he was being squeezed. Sounds like 2012 again.

     

    Clay Buchholz never pitched over 200 innings. How durable is he?

     

    Dempster failed in Texas last year. Ben’s big addition is a mid 30s finesse NL pitcher; a bottom of the rotation addition.

     

    Doubront is inconsistent and an end of the rotation starter.

     

    And Lackey is a total mystery.

     

    This team doesn’t have the big power bats of the 1st decade of the 21st century, nor the great starting pitching.

     

    Ben did not build a playoff team.

     

     

     

     

     macaw sitting on branch - stock photo


     
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    Re: Ben's bridge to nowhere has been graded as structurally deficient

    In response to jete02fan's comment:

    In response to FrankFromGL's comment:

     

    Good morning to my good Red Sox friends.

     

    Remember your motto: If you can't argue based on the facts, try to change the subject. You believe in the Art of Obfuscation.

     

    Let's separate fact from fiction.

     

    Ben's acquisitions during the off season are retreads; players whose best seasons are just a memory.

     

    Shane Victorino left Wednesday's 6-5 Red Sox win over the Athletics after the sixth inning with a sore lower back, the same injury that caused him to miss two games over the weekend. Victorino is injury-prone, and, as he ages, he's likely to break down more. So, Ben's investment in the aging outfielder for three-year, $39 million was not wise.

     

    Stephen Drew( BA=.128)-upgrade over Jose Iglesias-hardly!

     

    Jonny Gomes(.BA =.188) signed to a two-year, $10 million deal

    How much did he earn from Oakland in 2012? $1 million

    Age=32 Role=platoon player and he is a bad defender.

     

    Will Middlebrooks= BA=.165

     

    Jarrod Saltalamacchia= BA= .218

     

    Your closer, Hanrahan, is on the DL. And was not pitching like a dominant closer before he went on the DL.

    Miller  (ERA=6.23) is inconsistent with control issues.

     

    Your 6th starter, Aceves, was optioned to Triple-A.

     

    Jon Lester once again sparred with two different home-plate umpires yesterday when he felt he was being squeezed. Sounds like 2012 again.

     

    Clay Buchholz never pitched over 200 innings. How durable is he?

     

    Dempster failed in Texas last year. Ben’s big addition is a mid 30s finesse NL pitcher; a bottom of the rotation addition.

     

    Doubront is inconsistent and an end of the rotation starter.

     

    And Lackey is a total mystery.

     

    This team doesn’t have the big power bats of the 1st decade of the 21st century, nor the great starting pitching.

     

    Ben did not build a playoff team.

     

     

     

     

     

     macaw sitting on branch - stock photo


     




    are you saying its babe?

     
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    Fake Frank Strikes (out) Again!

     
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    Re: Ben's bridge to nowhere has been graded as structurally deficient

    In response to jete02fan's comment:

    In response to FrankFromGL's comment:

     

    Good morning to my good Red Sox friends.

     

    Remember your motto: If you can't argue based on the facts, try to change the subject. You believe in the Art of Obfuscation.

     

    Let's separate fact from fiction.

     

    Ben's acquisitions during the off season are retreads; players whose best seasons are just a memory.

     

    Shane Victorino left Wednesday's 6-5 Red Sox win over the Athletics after the sixth inning with a sore lower back, the same injury that caused him to miss two games over the weekend. Victorino is injury-prone, and, as he ages, he's likely to break down more. So, Ben's investment in the aging outfielder for three-year, $39 million was not wise.

     

    Stephen Drew( BA=.128)-upgrade over Jose Iglesias-hardly!

     

    Jonny Gomes(.BA =.188) signed to a two-year, $10 million deal

    How much did he earn from Oakland in 2012? $1 million

    Age=32 Role=platoon player and he is a bad defender.

     

    Will Middlebrooks= BA=.165

     

    Jarrod Saltalamacchia= BA= .218

     

    Your closer, Hanrahan, is on the DL. And was not pitching like a dominant closer before he went on the DL.

    Miller  (ERA=6.23) is inconsistent with control issues.

     

    Your 6th starter, Aceves, was optioned to Triple-A.

     

    Jon Lester once again sparred with two different home-plate umpires yesterday when he felt he was being squeezed. Sounds like 2012 again.

     

    Clay Buchholz never pitched over 200 innings. How durable is he?

     

    Dempster failed in Texas last year. Ben’s big addition is a mid 30s finesse NL pitcher; a bottom of the rotation addition.

     

    Doubront is inconsistent and an end of the rotation starter.

     

    And Lackey is a total mystery.

     

    This team doesn’t have the big power bats of the 1st decade of the 21st century, nor the great starting pitching.

     

    Ben did not build a playoff team.

     

     

     

     

     

     macaw sitting on branch - stock photo


     




    A 'rooster' pic would have been more apropriate.....

     
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    In response to SpacemanEephus' comment:

    Fake Frank Strikes (out) Again!


    tell me about it. so what's new with you space? I got two tickets for todays game. gonna take my son and have a little fun. this last week or so hasn't been much fun here in boston.

     
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    In response to Hammah29r2's comment:

    In response to SpacemanEephus' comment:

     

    Fake Frank Strikes (out) Again!

     


    tell me about it. so what's new with you space? I got two tickets for todays game. gonna take my son and have a little fun. this last week or so hasn't been much fun here in boston.

     



    Hammah, no doubt.  Well, nothing like a few hours at the Fens with one's progeny to shake the darkness out.  Best medicine there is.  Enjoy.  I am loving Los Angeles, but nothing makes me miss the northeast like thinking about a crisp April evening at Fenway.

     
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