Dodgers 6-9 with AGon and Beckett

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    Dodgers 6-9 with AGon and Beckett

    So far.  AGon not helping much so far, Beckett 1-2 but with a better ERA than in Boston. 
     
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    Re: Dodgers 6-9 with AGon and Beckett

    Sox are 3-12.
     
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    "Sox are 3-12."

    True but the Dodgers were in the wild card hunt at the time of the trade, this was supposed to put them over the hump. 

    Also we are not burdened with those horrible contracts. 

    I know you're not implying those guys are worth the difference to you between 3-12 and 6-9.
     
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    Sox are 3-12.

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    You betcha, Red Ryder.  With Ortiz and Middlebrooks out, Ells below par, Pedroia not much better, the Sox could ill afford to lose their rbi machine AGon.  Of course, with AGon still here, there is still the rotation to consider--a disaster.  I figure with Beckett and AGon (CC and Punto are nonfactors in 2012) still here, the Sox might be 6-9 rather than 3-12.  Still losers, but not a disaster. 

     
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    I just read a column in the L A Times about Gonzalez. You won't be surprised to learn he was openly hostile to the reporter (T J Simers, I think his name was), saying it isn't in his contract that he has to talk to reporters. The guy's really making a reputation for himself as a tool.


    There's some history there. Simers used to write for the North County Times in Escondido I think. IIRC he got very full of himself, especially when he moved to the LA market. There's no love between Simers and past or present Padres.
     
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    Perhaps there was Popeyes & Corona in the clubhouse
     
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    The ink wasn't dry on the trade deal when they stopped being my concern.
     
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    In response to maxbialystock's comment:
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    Sox are 3-12.

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    You betcha, Red Ryder.  With Ortiz and Middlebrooks out, Ells below par, Pedroia not much better, the Sox could ill afford to lose their rbi machine AGon.  Of course, with AGon still here, there is still the rotation to consider--a disaster.  I figure with Beckett and AGon (CC and Punto are nonfactors in 2012) still here, the Sox might be 6-9 rather than 3-12.  Still losers, but not a disaster. 


    Yep.  terrible with or without is what I was aiming at.  

     

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    In response to davetheknave's comment:

    I just read a column in the L A Times about Gonzalez. You won't be surprised to learn he was openly hostile to the reporter (T J Simers, I think his name was), saying it isn't in his contract that he has to talk to reporters. The guy's really making a reputation for himself as a tool.

    There's some history there. Simers used to write for the North County Times in Escondido I think. IIRC he got very full of himself, especially when he moved to the LA market. There's no love between Simers and past or present Padres.

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    Didn't know that, thanks.

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    T.J. Simers has never written for the North County Times, although Simers covered professional football for the San Diego Union:

    http://www.latimes.com/sports/columnists/la-columnist-tsimers,0,2737037,bio.columnist

    The mean-spirited Simers is one of the few sportswriters I would avoid if I were a professional athlete.

     
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    Re: Dodgers 6-9 with AGon and Beckett

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    Sox are 3-12.

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    You betcha, Red Ryder.  With Ortiz and Middlebrooks out, Ells below par, Pedroia not much better, the Sox could ill afford to lose their rbi machine AGon.  Of course, with AGon still here, there is still the rotation to consider--a disaster.  I figure with Beckett and AGon (CC and Punto are nonfactors in 2012) still here, the Sox might be 6-9 rather than 3-12.  Still losers, but not a disaster. 

     

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    Actually, Pedroia is much better. Is season stats are only a bit off because of the injury he tried to play through and he ended up .194 in June. Since July 1, he's batting  about .327 with 9 HRs and 27 RBIs. And since the beginning of August, he's batting .347 with 5 HRs and 19 RBIs.

    In fact, it's kind of BS when people say Pedrioa is having a bad year. He had one bad month because of the injury. He batted .301 in April, .290 in May -- so much of him being the cause for the slow start -- .194 in June (as mentioned) .276 in July, .342 in August and .367 so far in September.

    Regardless of whether or not he likes Bobby V., Pedey has busted his butt and produced for Bobby V nearly all year.
     
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    Re: Dodgers 6-9 with AGon and Beckett

    Caveat Emptor.
     
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    bump past the idiot
     
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    Re: Dodgers 6-9 with AGon and Beckett

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    Sox are 3-12.

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    Actually, I think they are getting along. have seen them speak to each other quite often in the dugout during games.
    BV must have learned to play cribbage.

    You betcha, Red Ryder.  With Ortiz and Middlebrooks out, Ells below par, Pedroia not much better, the Sox could ill afford to lose their rbi machine AGon.  Of course, with AGon still here, there is still the rotation to consider--a disaster.  I figure with Beckett and AGon (CC and Punto are nonfactors in 2012) still here, the Sox might be 6-9 rather than 3-12.  Still losers, but not a disaster. 

     

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    Actually, Pedroia is much better. Is season stats are only a bit off because of the injury he tried to play through and he ended up .194 in June. Since July 1, he's batting  about .327 with 9 HRs and 27 RBIs. And since the beginning of August, he's batting .347 with 5 HRs and 19 RBIs.

    In fact, it's kind of BS when people say Pedrioa is having a bad year. He had one bad month because of the injury. He batted .301 in April, .290 in May -- so much of him being the cause for the slow start -- .194 in June (as mentioned) .276 in July, .342 in August and .367 so far in September.

    Regardless of whether or not he likes Bobby V., Pedey has busted his butt and produced for Bobby V nearly all year.

     

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    Re: Dodgers 6-9 with AGon and Beckett

    Adrian Gonzalez stats in LA: .242/.675
    Josh Beckett stats in LA: ERA 3.86, WAR: 0.3, WHIP: 1.446

    Not much has changed. Slightly lower ERA for Beckett, but its the NL and its a big stadium out in LA. Beckett still stinks. LA will regret this deal.
     
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    Re: Dodgers 6-9 with AGon and Beckett

    In response to davetheknave's comment:

    I just read a column in the L A Times about Gonzalez. You won't be surprised to learn he was openly hostile to the reporter (T J Simers, I think his name was), saying it isn't in his contract that he has to talk to reporters. The guy's really making a reputation for himself as a tool.

      


    AGon Wont Be Happy Until He,s Back Home In San Diego....
     
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    Sox are 3-12.

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    You betcha, Red Ryder.  With Ortiz and Middlebrooks out, Ells below par, Pedroia not much better, the Sox could ill afford to lose their rbi machine AGon.  Of course, with AGon still here, there is still the rotation to consider--a disaster.  I figure with Beckett and AGon (CC and Punto are nonfactors in 2012) still here, the Sox might be 6-9 rather than 3-12.  Still losers, but not a disaster. 


    Yep.  terrible with or without is what I was aiming at.  

     

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    Pedroia Not Much Better LoL! If It Wasn't For Peddy Were 5 Back Of Houston.......

     
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    In response to maxbialystock's comment:
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    Sox are 3-12.

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    You betcha, Red Ryder.  With Ortiz and Middlebrooks out, Ells below par, Pedroia not much better, the Sox could ill afford to lose their rbi machine AGon.  Of course, with AGon still here, there is still the rotation to consider--a disaster.  I figure with Beckett and AGon (CC and Punto are nonfactors in 2012) still here, the Sox might be 6-9 rather than 3-12.  Still losers, but not a disaster. 

     

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    Actually, Pedroia is much better. Is season stats are only a bit off because of the injury he tried to play through and he ended up .194 in June. Since July 1, he's batting  about .327 with 9 HRs and 27 RBIs. And since the beginning of August, he's batting .347 with 5 HRs and 19 RBIs.

    In fact, it's kind of BS when people say Pedrioa is having a bad year. He had one bad month because of the injury. He batted .301 in April, .290 in May -- so much of him being the cause for the slow start -- .194 in June (as mentioned) .276 in July, .342 in August and .367 so far in September.

    Regardless of whether or not he likes Bobby V., Pedey has busted his butt and produced for Bobby V nearly all year.

     

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    I stand corrected.  Thanks for defending Pedroia.  I entirely agree he has played hard all year--and that he can and will play hard for anyone.   

     
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    Re: Dodgers 6-9 with AGon and Beckett

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    In response to davetheknave's comment:

    I just read a column in the L A Times about Gonzalez. You won't be surprised to learn he was openly hostile to the reporter (T J Simers, I think his name was), saying it isn't in his contract that he has to talk to reporters. The guy's really making a reputation for himself as a tool.

      


    AGon Wont Be Happy Until He,s Back Home In San Diego....

     

    You could be right.  I definitely never thought he was happy in Boston. 

     
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    Re: Dodgers 6-9 with AGon and Beckett

    TJ Simers has always thought of himself as a NY Post columnist. He's the newspaper version of Jim Rome.
     
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    Certainly the losing mentality has been taught to the Dodgers by Nick (WS champion) Punto, Josh (2-time WS champion) Beckett, and top 5 hitters in the game AGON.
     
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    AGon Wont Be Happy Until He,s Back Home In San Diego....


    here's a secret i will share with you:  A-Gon is happy every time he is handed a paycheck.....
     
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