Do you try and extend Ellsbury?

  1. You have chosen to ignore posts from Schumpeters-Ghost. Show Schumpeters-Ghost's posts

    Re: Do you try and extend Ellsbury?

    In response to moonslav59's comment:


    OK. Jacoby is reckless. I point it out, and therefor I am being ridiculous.

    Got it.




    He plays hard.   You must have never played sports.  It's pretty obvious.

     

     

     

     
  2. You have chosen to ignore posts from moonslav59. Show moonslav59's posts

    Re: Do you try and extend Ellsbury?

    In response to Schumpeters-Ghost's comment:

    In response to moonslav59's comment:


    OK. Jacoby is reckless. I point it out, and therefor I am being ridiculous.

    Got it.




    He plays hard.   You must have never played sports.  It's pretty obvious.

     

     

     



    Wrong again Sherlock.

    I played hard and a bit reckless myself, but I knew enough to not put my team mates at risk by not warning them I was barreling towards them. It's not that hard to do.

    I love the fact that Jacoby goes all out in the field, but I have an issue with him not calling for bloopers. This fact and his all out style lends itself to being a bit more injury prone than the average player.

    What's so hard to understand about this? It's just one aspect of his overall profile.

     
  3. This post has been removed.

     
  4. You have chosen to ignore posts from moonslav59. Show moonslav59's posts

    Re: Do you try and extend Ellsbury?

    In response to EdithBRTN's comment:

     

    Injury-prone is a medical term and nothing else. If an outfielder has bad judgement and gets into a collision with another player then he is RECKLESS. Why do you people get into arguments over semantics. There is no way to prove that Beltre or Ellsbury were RECKLESS unless you can read their minds. Why not do what 99% of RSN does and decide that it was a freak accident.



    I doubt 99% of RSN agrees on anything.

    Even if they did, it doesn't make true. 

    There is proof that Ellsbury was reckless. Ignoring it does not make it go away.

    Labelling it a "freak accident" does not make it so.

    Beltre did what every IF'er is supposed to do: no mind reading needed there.

     

     

     
Sections
Shortcuts