Brian Wilson 38 Red Sox 2013

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    Brian Wilson 38 Red Sox 2013

    Brian has always desired to pitch here.

    He belongs here like the great Bill Monbouquette.

    Brian has the 38 website. Write him, be positive.

    That Beach Boy shtick .. shame, shame

     

     
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    Re: Brian Wilson 38 Red Sox 2013

    Ok....so post #2 was no better.....My fingers are crossed that your third time is a charm little guy!!!

     
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    Re: Brian Wilson 38 Red Sox 2013

    Am I mistaken , or did you start a thead about Brian Wilson a few days ago?

    Reminds me of that guy a few years ago who kept starting the "get Salty" threads, they finally got Salty and he isn't the All Star catcher we thought he would be ( although there is still potential for that), and the "get Salty" guy has never come back and posted that he is sorry for his wild prediction that so far has not turned out as well as we would like.

    ( I thought the Beach Boys comment was kind of funny myself).

     
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    Re: Brian Wilson 38 Red Sox 2013

    In response to matzoballs's comment:

    Brian has always desired to pitch here.

    He belongs here like the great Bill Monbouquette.

    Brian has the 38 website. Write him, be positive.

    That Beach Boy shtick .. shame, shame

     



    Do we really need two Brian Wilson threads?

     
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    Re: Brian Wilson 38 Red Sox 2013

    matzoballs world revolves around Brian Wilson.

    Two posts.

    Two Brian Wilson threads.

    See a disturbing trend here?

    Other famous Wilsons who wanted to play for the Red Sox:

    Flip

    Ann and Nancy

    Woodrow

    Jackie

    Flip was a good clubhouse guy, couldn't hit a breaking pitch or the cutoff man.

    Ann was a little too heavy, Nancy proved to be a distraction to her team...they  are currently both dabbling in race cars as NASCAR is the only major pro sport that has women active in the sport.

    Woodrow left and ran for president ( too bad he was a hell of a shortstop).

    Jackie was kind of crybaby. Al he kept talking about was his lonely teardrops.

     
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    Re: Brian Wilson 38 Red Sox 2013

    In response to ZILLAGOD's comment:

    matzoballs world revolves around Brian Wilson.

    Two posts.

    Two Brian Wilson threads.

    See a disturbing trend here?

    Other famous Wilsons who wanted to play for the Red Sox:

    Flip

    Ann and Nancy

    Woodrow

    Jackie

    Flip was a good clubhouse guy, couldn't hit a breaking pitch or the cutoff man.

    Ann was a little too heavy, Nancy proved to be a distraction to her team...they  are currently both dabbling in race cars as NASCAR is the only major pro sport that has women active in the sport.

    Woodrow left and ran for president ( too bad he was a hell of a shortstop).

    Jackie was kind of crybaby. Al he kept talking about was his lonely teardrops.




    Actually, Bill has him beat with his daily "Big Papi is done" thread...I think hes on his 4th or 5th.

     
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    Re: Brian Wilson 38 Red Sox 2013

    In response to ZILLAGOD's comment:

    matzoballs world revolves around Brian Wilson.

    Two posts.

    Two Brian Wilson threads.

    See a disturbing trend here?

    Other famous Wilsons who wanted to play for the Red Sox:

    Flip

    Ann and Nancy

    Woodrow

    Jackie

    Flip was a good clubhouse guy, couldn't hit a breaking pitch or the cutoff man.

    Ann was a little too heavy, Nancy proved to be a distraction to her team...they  are currently both dabbling in race cars as NASCAR is the on;y major pro sport that has women active in the sport.

    Woodrow left and ran for president ( too bad he was a hell of a shortstop).

    Jackie was kind of crybaby. Al he kept talking about was his lonely teardrops.



    I'm surounded by Philistines.  And you, of all people.

    Before you even begin to mention the name Wilson, think 1965.  Think Steve Cropper.

     
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    In response to ZILLAGOD's comment:

    matzoballs world revolves around Brian Wilson.

    Two posts.

    Two Brian Wilson threads.

    See a disturbing trend here?

    Other famous Wilsons who wanted to play for the Red Sox:

    Flip

    Ann and Nancy

    Woodrow

    Jackie

    Flip was a good clubhouse guy, couldn't hit a breaking pitch or the cutoff man.

    Ann was a little too heavy, Nancy proved to be a distraction to her team...they  are currently both dabbling in race cars as NASCAR is the only major pro sport that has women active in the sport.

    Woodrow left and ran for president ( too bad he was a hell of a shortstop).

    Jackie was kind of crybaby. Al he kept talking about was his lonely teardrops.



    Don't forget this Wilson from Castaway,although he was more into volleyball:

     
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    Re: Brian Wilson 38 Red Sox 2013

    Monbouquette !  some memories !  New England, homegrown talent, there is always something special about having players who are sox fans themselves. Remy, Gedman, the Conigliaros and your call for Wilson. God, wouldn't that be terrific. I have been looking over the boards for years and never posted a line. I caught the Wilson ones and the responses. My God, the number of ignoramuses that reply with the moronic comments. They must be truly unhappy folks. Me? I am smiling and feeling lucky to have some good seats to see the Sox coming over to play the Marlins at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter. Matzoballs, that's funny. Keep the faith and hopefully we'll get a healthy Wilson. Because of you, I saw his site. excellent

     

     
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    Re: Brian Wilson 38 Red Sox 2013

    I once had a dream that I was 300 pounds

    And though I was very heavy I floated 'till  I could not see the ground.

     

     
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    Re: Brian Wilson 38 Red Sox 2013

    Thse Sox absolutely should get Wilson.  They are way under quota for injured pitchers....

     
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    In response to Joebreidey's comment:

    In response to ZILLAGOD's comment:

     

    matzoballs world revolves around Brian Wilson.

    Two posts.

    Two Brian Wilson threads.

    See a disturbing trend here?

    Other famous Wilsons who wanted to play for the Red Sox:

    Flip

    Ann and Nancy

    Woodrow

    Jackie

    Flip was a good clubhouse guy, couldn't hit a breaking pitch or the cutoff man.

    Ann was a little too heavy, Nancy proved to be a distraction to her team...they  are currently both dabbling in race cars as NASCAR is the on;y major pro sport that has women active in the sport.

    Woodrow left and ran for president ( too bad he was a hell of a shortstop).

    Jackie was kind of crybaby. Al he kept talking about was his lonely teardrops.

     



    I'm surounded by Philistines.  And you, of all people.

     

    Before you even begin to mention the name Wilson, think 1965.  Think Steve Cropper.




    To be fair, Wilson was his first name not his last name.

     
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    Re: Brian Wilson 38 Red Sox 2013

    In response to Bill-806's comment:

    Is he still with the BEACH BOYS ????????



    All Crazy-Bill cares about is his 13,000 posts and trying to be the BDC champ in number only.  This plug is a perfect example.  Beach Boys?  Get a grip crazy old guy and stop flooding the board with gibberish.  And quit with the "Dad says" schtick...   Lame.

     
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    In response to Joebreidey's comment:

     

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    matzoballs world revolves around Brian Wilson.

    Two posts.

    Two Brian Wilson threads.

    See a disturbing trend here?

    Other famous Wilsons who wanted to play for the Red Sox:

    Flip

    Ann and Nancy

    Woodrow

    Jackie

    Flip was a good clubhouse guy, couldn't hit a breaking pitch or the cutoff man.

    Ann was a little too heavy, Nancy proved to be a distraction to her team...they  are currently both dabbling in race cars as NASCAR is the on;y major pro sport that has women active in the sport.

    Woodrow left and ran for president ( too bad he was a hell of a shortstop).

    Jackie was kind of crybaby. Al he kept talking about was his lonely teardrops.

     



    I'm surounded by Philistines.  And you, of all people.

     

    Before you even begin to mention the name Wilson, think 1965.  Think Steve Cropper.

     




    To be fair, Wilson was his first name not his last name.

     



    Just thinking who can think outside the box.  That might've been my first 45.

     
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