Former Sox Update

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    Former Sox Update

    ST. LOUIS (AP) — Marco Scutaro hit a grand slam and drove in a career-high seven runs, leading Ryan Vogelsong and the San Francisco Giants to a 15-0 romp over the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday night.

    Scutaro had an RBI single in the third, a two-run double in the eighth and then hit his third career slam, connecting in the ninth off Mitchell Boggs

     
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    Re: Former Sox Update

    why can't we have guys like that ? wait .......
    What if Becket pitches a no hitter (maybe perfect game) after he gets traded ?
     
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    Re: Former Sox Update

    Water under the damn and let's beat a dead horse why don't we.
     
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    Re: Former Sox Update

    First of all, he was playing for Colorado before he got traded to SF.
     
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    Does this mean that the stooge will get out his rainman charts and snipets to defend the bum, Aviles?
    Posted by TrotterNixon

    Without dumping Scoot's salry, we don't sign Ross.

    No charts are needed, just a simple equation:

    Aviles, Mortensen & Ross  >  Scutaro

     
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    In Response to Re: Former Sox Update:
    False. The Red Sox would have signed Ross, regardless. Not only is your bean counting wrong, you also falsely pretend that the CBT is a Red Sox budget ceiling. Not that the Red Sox couldn't have signed FA Ross, regardless. Scutaro /> Mortenson And although he was not part of the Scutaro trade,  Scutaro /> Aviles
    Posted by TrotterNixon



    Also Aviles has slow wooden feet.
     
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    Re: Former Sox Update

    Might as well add Beltre to that equation. Or Sparky Lyle.

    (Yes, I know. Danny Cater started this thread.)

    Time to move on, I think.
     
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    Re: Former Sox Update

    In Response to Re: Former Sox Update:
    False. The Red Sox would have signed Ross, regardless. Not only is your bean counting wrong, you also falsely pretend that the CBT is a Red Sox budget ceiling. Not that the Red Sox couldn't have signed FA Ross, regardless. Scutaro /> Mortenson And although he was not part of the Scutaro trade,  Scutaro /> Aviles
    Posted by TrotterNixon
     
    Because you know John Henry's inner most thoughts don't you? You're connected aren't you? In fact ... you're special.

     
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    Re: Former Sox Update

    In Response to Re: Former Sox Update:
    False. The Red Sox would have signed Ross, regardless. Not only is your bean counting wrong, you also falsely pretend that the CBT is a Red Sox budget ceiling. Not that the Red Sox couldn't have signed FA Ross, regardless. Scutaro /> Mortenson And although he was not part of the Scutaro trade,  Scutaro /> Aviles
    Posted by TrotterNixon


    If only people paid as much attention to the US budget, as some on here do to the Red Sox budget, we wouldn't be this much in debt.
     
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    Re: Former Sox Update

    I don't get the purpose of the original post.

    I like both players. And their season stats are basically even. Aviles has better slugging, and Scutaro has better OBP. Aviles has a better arm defensively, and I think is a bit better defensively and Scutaro, but both players are better defensively than they're given credit for by some.

    Scutaro 107 G, 469 PA, 52 R, 20 2B, 3 3B, 5 HR, 43 RBI, .279 BA, .331 OBP, .376 SLG, .707 OPS

    Aviles 103 G, 420 PA, 45 R, 24 2B, 11 HR, 52 RBI, .256 OBP, .283 OBP, .400 SLG, .683 OPS

    And before that grand slam and seven RBIs, the offensive differential would have favored Aviles more in terms of run production.
     
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    Re: Former Sox Update

    talk about reading between the lines--I just made a post about Scutaro knocking in 7 with his new new team. Not trying to compare or contrast just that there were times where people felt Scutaro was a terrible Sox signing. He actually was pretty serviceable.
     
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