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    Guys, the Yankees are so depsperate to put a team on the field, they tried to loor Chipper Jones, Derek Lee amd Scott Rolen out of retirement.  None of those guys want to leave their lounge chair for a sinking ship.  Word is Cashman will turn his attention to Mike Schmidt and Wade Boggs.

     



    Drop dead.

     

     



    Yes, by all means. They are putting in calls to dead people too using the "Long Island Medium". Now is your big chance to play for NYY.

     

     
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    Al Roker....the answer????




    Now it all makes sense. THIS is why he crapped his pants at the White House. Steinbrenner called him and offered him on OF position with NYY. I predict 000.1 in 532 ab's, 0 HR, 1 RBI on a hbp in Boston with the Sox leading 16-2 in the 9th just because his weather reports have become annoying. Furthermore, the stark contrast between looking at him vs. Stephanie Abrams is just getting to be too much.

     



    Is he any worse or any older than the other guys Cashman has been discussing lately?
     
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    i'm surprised they have,'t contacted Posada.. he's still gotta be better than the trash they have slated to catch this season..

     
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    Al Roker....the answer????




    Now it all makes sense. THIS is why he crapped his pants at the White House. Steinbrenner called him and offered him on OF position with NYY. I predict 000.1 in 532 ab's, 0 HR, 1 RBI on a hbp in Boston with the Sox leading 16-2 in the 9th just because his weather reports have become annoying. Furthermore, the stark contrast between looking at him vs. Stephanie Abrams is just getting to be too much.

     

     



     

    Is he any worse or any older than the other guys Cashman has been discussing lately?



    Hahaha, prob'ly better than them.....

     
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    Guys, the Yankees are so depsperate to put a team on the field, they tried to loor Chipper Jones, Derek Lee amd Scott Rolen out of retirement.  None of those guys want to leave their lounge chair for a sinking ship.  Word is Cashman will turn his attention to Mike Schmidt and Wade Boggs.

     



    Drop dead.

     

     



    Yes, by all means. They are putting in calls to dead people too using the "Long Island Medium". Now is your big chance to play for NYY.

     

     



    You do realize what the standings were last yr? While they look awful, the RS, coming off a pathetic 81 - 112 stretch, still have to prove they can do better than this mess of a team. If they do, it'll be the 1st time since 2008. 

     

    I wouldn't count on it. However, you never know; maybe they shall.

     
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    i'm surprised they have,'t contacted Posada.. he's still gotta be better than the trash they have slated to catch this season..



    I believe he turned them down. The team is now beyond anemic.

     
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    Guys, the Yankees are so depsperate to put a team on the field, they tried to loor Chipper Jones, Derek Lee amd Scott Rolen out of retirement.  None of those guys want to leave their lounge chair for a sinking ship.  Word is Cashman will turn his attention to Mike Schmidt and Wade Boggs.

     



    Drop dead.

     

     



    Yes, by all means. They are putting in calls to dead people too using the "Long Island Medium". Now is your big chance to play for NYY.

     

     



    You do realize what the standings were last yr? While they look awful, the RS, coming off a pathetic 81 - 112 stretch, still have to prove they can do better than this mess of a team. If they do, it'll be the 1st time since 2008. 

     

    I wouldn't count on it. However, you never know; maybe they shall.

     



    I can only assume, you're forgetting about all the injuries. 

     

     
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    Guys, the Yankees are so depsperate to put a team on the field, they tried to loor Chipper Jones, Derek Lee amd Scott Rolen out of retirement.  None of those guys want to leave their lounge chair for a sinking ship.  Word is Cashman will turn his attention to Mike Schmidt and Wade Boggs.

     



    Drop dead.

     

     



    Yes, by all means. They are putting in calls to dead people too using the "Long Island Medium". Now is your big chance to play for NYY.

     

     



    You do realize what the standings were last yr? While they look awful, the RS, coming off a pathetic 81 - 112 stretch, still have to prove they can do better than this mess of a team. If they do, it'll be the 1st time since 2008. 

     

    I wouldn't count on it. However, you never know; maybe they shall.

     



    I can only assume, you're forgetting about all the injuries. 

     

     



    The NYY had plenty as well. Every yr the same excuse. Good question though; why does it appear to happen to them so much? And with a relatively younger team?  And if it was largely injuries, why did the FO blow it up?

     

     
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    Guys, the Yankees are so depsperate to put a team on the field, they tried to loor Chipper Jones, Derek Lee amd Scott Rolen out of retirement.  None of those guys want to leave their lounge chair for a sinking ship.  Word is Cashman will turn his attention to Mike Schmidt and Wade Boggs.

     



    Drop dead.

     

     



    Yes, by all means. They are putting in calls to dead people too using the "Long Island Medium". Now is your big chance to play for NYY.

     

     



    You do realize what the standings were last yr? While they look awful, the RS, coming off a pathetic 81 - 112 stretch, still have to prove they can do better than this mess of a team. If they do, it'll be the 1st time since 2008. 

     

    I wouldn't count on it. However, you never know; maybe they shall.

     



    I can only assume, you're forgetting about all the injuries. 

     

     



    The NYY had plenty as well. Every yr the same excuse. Good question though; why does it appear to happen to them so much? And with a relatively younger team?

     



    On the positive side for the yanks, there are still 7 or 8 Yanks who were expected to make the opening day 25-man roster who are healthy,
     
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    Guys, the Yankees are so depsperate to put a team on the field, they tried to loor Chipper Jones, Derek Lee amd Scott Rolen out of retirement.  None of those guys want to leave their lounge chair for a sinking ship.  Word is Cashman will turn his attention to Mike Schmidt and Wade Boggs.

     



    Drop dead.

     

     



    Yes, by all means. They are putting in calls to dead people too using the "Long Island Medium". Now is your big chance to play for NYY.

     

     



    You do realize what the standings were last yr? While they look awful, the RS, coming off a pathetic 81 - 112 stretch, still have to prove they can do better than this mess of a team. If they do, it'll be the 1st time since 2008. 

     

    I wouldn't count on it. However, you never know; maybe they shall.

     



    I can only assume, you're forgetting about all the injuries. 

     

     



    The NYY had plenty as well. Every yr the same excuse. Good question though; why does it appear to happen to them so much? And with a relatively younger team?

     

     



    They did, but you posted last week, the Sox had more. I wasn't asking you about why, just that it was a fact, you seemed to have forgotten. If I remember correctly, the NYY were healthy, for the ALCS

     

     
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    Red Sox injuries last year were the most since 1987. Then a troll comes along and says " Every team has injuries, stop crying".  It is very easy for a troll to ignore the truth and facts here.

     



    Pike, you said you were going to stick to one screen name

     

     
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    Guys, the Yankees are so depsperate to put a team on the field, they tried to loor Chipper Jones, Derek Lee amd Scott Rolen out of retirement.  None of those guys want to leave their lounge chair for a sinking ship.  Word is Cashman will turn his attention to Mike Schmidt and Wade Boggs.

     



    Drop dead.

     

     



    Yes, by all means. They are putting in calls to dead people too using the "Long Island Medium". Now is your big chance to play for NYY.

     

     



    You do realize what the standings were last yr? While they look awful, the RS, coming off a pathetic 81 - 112 stretch, still have to prove they can do better than this mess of a team. If they do, it'll be the 1st time since 2008. 

     

    I wouldn't count on it. However, you never know; maybe they shall.

     



    I can only assume, you're forgetting about all the injuries. 

     

     



    The NYY had plenty as well. Every yr the same excuse. Good question though; why does it appear to happen to them so much? And with a relatively younger team?

     

     



    They did, but you posted last week, the Sox had more. I wasn't asking you about why, just that it was a fact, you seemed to have forgotten. If I remember correctly, the NYY were healthy, for the ALCS

     

     



    Yes, they had more. Yes, the NYY were basically healthy for the ALCS, but managed to finish 1st and win 95 games despite their own long string of injuries which they persevered through, but it started catching up to them in September; Would you like to feebly debate that? However, their resilient character in 2012 shall be non existent this yr IMO, due to the departures of Chavez, Ibanez, & others. Bench is important. And yes, you are posturing, in response to my comment, which was a response to others in a slightly different context. Few in the media, Boston included, think the RS were nothing but a dismal failure in the past few yrs, injuries or not.

     

     
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    Red Sox injuries last year were the most since 1987. Then a troll comes along and says " Every team has injuries, stop crying".  It is very easy for a troll to ignore the truth and facts here.

     



    This is like a 1200 lb person calling a 200 lb person fat. 

     
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    Guys, the Yankees are so depsperate to put a team on the field, they tried to loor Chipper Jones, Derek Lee amd Scott Rolen out of retirement.  None of those guys want to leave their lounge chair for a sinking ship.  Word is Cashman will turn his attention to Mike Schmidt and Wade Boggs.

     



    Drop dead.

     

     



    Yes, by all means. They are putting in calls to dead people too using the "Long Island Medium". Now is your big chance to play for NYY.

     

     



    You do realize what the standings were last yr? While they look awful, the RS, coming off a pathetic 81 - 112 stretch, still have to prove they can do better than this mess of a team. If they do, it'll be the 1st time since 2008. 

     

    I wouldn't count on it. However, you never know; maybe they shall.

     



    I can only assume, you're forgetting about all the injuries. 

     

     



    The NYY had plenty as well. Every yr the same excuse. Good question though; why does it appear to happen to them so much? And with a relatively younger team?

     

     



    They did, but you posted last week, the Sox had more. I wasn't asking you about why, just that it was a fact, you seemed to have forgotten. If I remember correctly, the NYY were healthy, for the ALCS

     

     



    Yes, they had more. Yes, the NYY were basically healthy for the ALCS, but managed to finish 1st and win 95 games despite their own long string of injuries which they persevered through, but it started catching up to them in September; Would you like to feebly debate that? However, their resilient character in 2012 shall be non existent this yr IMO, due to the departures of Chavez, Ibanez, & others. Bench is important. And yes, you are posturing, in response to my comment, which was a response to others in a slightly different context. Few in the media, Boston included, think the RS were nothing but a dismal failure in the past few yrs, injuries or not.

     

     

     


    Not disputing any of that.  Your snarky comments aren't necessary, IMO.  We're fully aware of the Red Sox record.  They're our team, win or lose. 



    Isn't this a snarky thread? This is what I mean about context.

     
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    Guys, the Yankees are so depsperate to put a team on the field, they tried to loor Chipper Jones, Derek Lee amd Scott Rolen out of retirement.  None of those guys want to leave their lounge chair for a sinking ship.  Word is Cashman will turn his attention to Mike Schmidt and Wade Boggs.

     



    Drop dead.

     

     



    Yes, by all means. They are putting in calls to dead people too using the "Long Island Medium". Now is your big chance to play for NYY.

     

     



    You do realize what the standings were last yr? While they look awful, the RS, coming off a pathetic 81 - 112 stretch, still have to prove they can do better than this mess of a team. If they do, it'll be the 1st time since 2008. 

     

    I wouldn't count on it. However, you never know; maybe they shall.

     



    I can only assume, you're forgetting about all the injuries. 

     

     



    The NYY had plenty as well. Every yr the same excuse. Good question though; why does it appear to happen to them so much? And with a relatively younger team?

     

     



    They did, but you posted last week, the Sox had more. I wasn't asking you about why, just that it was a fact, you seemed to have forgotten. If I remember correctly, the NYY were healthy, for the ALCS

     

     



    Yes, they had more. Yes, the NYY were basically healthy for the ALCS, but managed to finish 1st and win 95 games despite their own long string of injuries which they persevered through, but it started catching up to them in September; Would you like to feebly debate that? However, their resilient character in 2012 shall be non existent this yr IMO, due to the departures of Chavez, Ibanez, & others. Bench is important. And yes, you are posturing, in response to my comment, which was a response to others in a slightly different context. Few in the media, Boston included, think the RS were nothing but a dismal failure in the past few yrs, injuries or not.

     

     

     


    Not disputing any of that.  Your snarky comments aren't necessary, IMO.  We're fully aware of the Red Sox record.  They're our team, win or lose. 

     



    Isn't this a snarky thread? This is what I mean about context.

     

     



    Which you're adding to and not by the original OP

     

     
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    Guys, the Yankees are so depsperate to put a team on the field, they tried to loor Chipper Jones, Derek Lee amd Scott Rolen out of retirement.  None of those guys want to leave their lounge chair for a sinking ship.  Word is Cashman will turn his attention to Mike Schmidt and Wade Boggs.

     



    Drop dead.

     

     



    Yes, by all means. They are putting in calls to dead people too using the "Long Island Medium". Now is your big chance to play for NYY.

     

     



    You do realize what the standings were last yr? While they look awful, the RS, coming off a pathetic 81 - 112 stretch, still have to prove they can do better than this mess of a team. If they do, it'll be the 1st time since 2008. 

     

    I wouldn't count on it. However, you never know; maybe they shall.

     



    I can only assume, you're forgetting about all the injuries. 

     

     



    The NYY had plenty as well. Every yr the same excuse. Good question though; why does it appear to happen to them so much? And with a relatively younger team?

     

     



    They did, but you posted last week, the Sox had more. I wasn't asking you about why, just that it was a fact, you seemed to have forgotten. If I remember correctly, the NYY were healthy, for the ALCS

     

     



    Yes, they had more. Yes, the NYY were basically healthy for the ALCS, but managed to finish 1st and win 95 games despite their own long string of injuries which they persevered through, but it started catching up to them in September; Would you like to feebly debate that? However, their resilient character in 2012 shall be non existent this yr IMO, due to the departures of Chavez, Ibanez, & others. Bench is important. And yes, you are posturing, in response to my comment, which was a response to others in a slightly different context. Few in the media, Boston included, think the RS were nothing but a dismal failure in the past few yrs, injuries or not.

     

     

     


    Not disputing any of that.  Your snarky comments aren't necessary, IMO.  We're fully aware of the Red Sox record.  They're our team, win or lose. 

     



    Isn't this a snarky thread? This is what I mean about context.

     

     



    Which you're adding to and not by the original OP

     



    Yes, just like everyone else, yet you didn't call them out. Who would have thought.

     
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    Guys, the Yankees are so depsperate to put a team on the field, they tried to loor Chipper Jones, Derek Lee amd Scott Rolen out of retirement.  None of those guys want to leave their lounge chair for a sinking ship.  Word is Cashman will turn his attention to Mike Schmidt and Wade Boggs.

     



    Drop dead.

     



    Pretty harsh for a Smiley thread, wouldn't ya say?  Perhaps Yankee fans are a little overly sensitive these days (cue Nelson Muntz as I smirk).  

    I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and interpret your post as "Dropo dead", Dropo being Walt Dropo, who played first base for the Red Sox and retired from baseball in 1961.  And no, he is not available to play for the Yankees this season, as he did in fact die in 2010 at the age of 87.  So yes, "Dropo dead."  

    Rest in peace, Walt Dropo.

     
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    Guys, the Yankees are so depsperate to put a team on the field, they tried to loor Chipper Jones, Derek Lee amd Scott Rolen out of retirement.  None of those guys want to leave their lounge chair for a sinking ship.  Word is Cashman will turn his attention to Mike Schmidt and Wade Boggs.

     



    Drop dead.

     

     



    Pretty harsh for a Smiley thread, wouldn't ya say?  Perhaps Yankee fans are a little overly sensitive these days (cue Nelson Muntz as I smirk).  

     

    I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and interpret your post as "Dropo dead", Dropo being Walt Dropo, who played first base for the Red Sox and retired from baseball in 1961.  And no, he is not available to play for the Yankees this season, as he did in fact die in 2010 at the age of 87.  So yes, "Dropo dead."  

    Rest in peace, Walt Dropo.



    The question is, can the RS finish ahead of a team that would try to add 87 yr old dead players?

     
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