posted at 7/28/2012 1:39 PM EDT
In Response to Re: Ellsbury
[QUOTE]This is essentially Jacoby's second spring training. Let's wait for a larger sample size to start judging him too harshly. This is essentially your endless excuse making. The bum has had all season to do his 100th spring training. softy's still bummed out about Jacoby taking Coco's job away mid playoffs 2007 , then hitting .438 in the World Series (this after a .927 OPS after his call-up in Sept 2007) . Before I expsoe your lies, it's no surprise that Crisp is currently a vital player on a small market team that is winning. The last winning Red Sox team was in 2007, and it's no suprise that a racist Red Sox fan
would trumpet what Ellsbrick did in September and the WS, which has nothing to do with that team's division and WS title. Ellsbrick could have been left in AAA and the results of the Manny, Ortiz lead team would have been the same. Now the facts: Ellsbrick did not "take Crisp's job away in mid-playoffs 2007". In the 2007 playoffs, Crisp started in CF for the entire ALDS and 5 of the 7 games in the ALCS. In 2008, Crisp was the starting CF'er, starting 98 games in CF to Ellsbury 63 starts in CF. In the 2008 playoffs, Ellsbury was given the starting CF job. Ellsbury split time in the CF, RF and LF, but was permanently benched after Game 4 of the 7 game series v. TB in ALCS because the manager lost all confidence in him. Ellsbury trails Crisp in career homers, RBI and stolen bases. Since becoming an OF starter in MLB, Ellsbury has averaged 112 games played per season over the last 5 years, assuming he plays all the games left in the last two months of the season. Since becoming an OF starter in MLB, Crisp has averaged 118 games played per season over the last 9 years, assuming he plays all of the games left in the last two months of the season. Their careers have more similarities than differences, other than skin color. Which is why Ellsbury is always touted as the best Red Sox player, over David Ortiz. Most importantly, Crisp is a championship team role player who frequently sacrificed his body to make plays. Ellsbury avoids walls at all cost and is the face of the losing Red Sox brand of the last half a decade. That Ellsbury is popular in Boston speaks to how out of touch most Red Sox fans are. Wakefield was popular, last year, which is laughable!
Posted by TrotterNixon[/QUOTE]
Once again, it's always the TRUE RACISTS who love to play the race card in a pathetic attempt to "turn the tables" on his hated leftist foes.
Don't purposefully take me wrong soft one, I hate it when the left plays the race card, BUT you consistently take it to a new level. Are you truly so stupid as to think that you turn the tables by preemptively throwing out the race card while consistently saying racist things??? Are you that delusional???? Of course you are.
For a long time, I had assumed that you pretend to be a right wing, Christian conservative, Republican, Red Sox fan, in order to paint all of these groups as ignorant racists. A guy trying to create the worst caricature possible of these groups, thus demonizing all.......
I've changed my mind! You're definitely not smart enough to even think of doing so. You are what you seem to be...... An ignorant racist, bigot, and homophobe, who pretends to be a good Christian fighting the fight. A solid conservative Republican, who takes on all leftist foes........ PLEASE! You are an extreme fool, with extreme views! All the groups you champion would not have a thing to do with you!!! Even the far right fringe would realize that you are nuts, & make them look bad.
You are pathetic! You do nothing more than add to the caricature of these groups, and consistently marginalize yourself in any discussion.
For a guy who pretends to be a big shot lawyer, you certainly are a very stupid individual!
You even make the FAR LEFT FRINGE look intelligent by comparison. Now that's saying something.