do you believe this poll's conclusion of who the SECOND most popular player in all of this here MLB is?

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    Re: do you believe this poll's conclusion of who the SECOND most popular player in all of this here MLB is?

    "we betta all start maximizing appreciation towards this great man"

    lol. I love Papi but he's not a god. 

    You neglected to mention his unflattering steroids connections which have impacted his legacy a tad outside of homerville. 

    And his frequent diva comments about being underpaid and trying to feed his family and all that BS. 

    That said he is one of the great Boston athletes. I loved how he handled himself with at the ring ceremony today with our public servants and marathon survivors etc. 

    He'll get his statue and it will be well deserved. But he's flawed like the rest of us.

     
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    Nice rant...

    don't let his recent history as a FA stop you...this is quite entertaining.

    The people who critisize Ortiz, rightly or not, are the obvious MINORITY...so rather than wasting your time shoving things in the face of anyone who has anything negative to say...lead by example, and show some of that appreciation you're pining for.

     
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    Re: do you believe this poll's conclusion of who the SECOND most popular player in all of this here MLB is?

    In response to ImagydSportsBos' comment:

    In response to BostonTrollSpanker's comment:

     

    "we betta all start maximizing appreciation towards this great man"

    lol. I love Papi but he's not a god. 

    You neglected to mention his unflattering steroids connections which have impacted his legacy a tad outside of homerville. 

    And his frequent diva comments about being underpaid and trying to feed his family and all that BS. 

    That said he is one of the great Boston athletes. I loved how he handled himself with at the ring ceremony today with our public servants and marathon survivors etc. 

    He'll get his statue and it will be well deserved. But he's flawed like the rest of us.

     




    ur wrong.. he's better than all of us! papi was sent here from a higher power. he's a prophet because i say he is.. there should b buddha like statues that u c at good chinese establishments everywhere so we can all bow and kneel before it in the name of papiism! u down with p-a-p-i now? his image could do miracles, he could b resurrected, he could turn bread into pie, you could get absolution and salvation.. heck it could get ya outta that there puratory, u dig?

     



    Actually you're wrong jabro. Athletes like Papi and Vince Wilfork would undeniabley be the greatest leaders in Boston if they would do just one thing ............Shut their Pie hole! Their performance on the field has been nothing short of incredible. More importantly their charity work in the community in and around Boston has been a constant as well. Seriously, they need to S.T.F.U and let their actions speak for them. Their actions alone make them leaders! Ya feel me Jabro? Peace

    Go Sox!

     
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    Re: do you believe this poll's conclusion of who the SECOND most popular player in all of this here MLB is?

    the only thing that casts doubt on Papi's legacy is not his egocentric comments about money and respect, it is the plain fact that he is a DH....they never will be seen as total baseball players because theyre not....but he's won three championships so like Tom Brady and Larry Bird, let the canonization begin

     
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