Heal strain and Big Papi

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    Re: Heal strain and Big Papi

    and O'Neil was another bad signing. 

    Bottom line, Ortiz sat out 71 games last season and bloggers like me, knew he would sit out more this season with the same problem.  Sorry that I called it oldie, I know it must burn you real bad.

     
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    In response to UnionFallsNY's comment:

    When David Ortiz was an infant his mother grabbed him by the heels and immersed him into a river in the Dominican Republic in an effort to render David to be impervious to failure and make him immortal. David was well on his way to being the best clutch hitter and DH in Red Sox history until an enemy wearing pinstripes shot him in the achillies with an arrow. What a shame.




    Huh?

     
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    When David Ortiz was an infant his mother grabbed him by the heels and immersed him into a river in the Dominican Republic in an effort to render David to be impervious to failure and make him immortal. David was well on his way to being the best clutch hitter and DH in Red Sox history until an enemy wearing pinstripes shot him in the achillies with an arrow. What a shame.


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    He's referring the the Greek hero, Achilles.

    Get it?

     
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    In response to ThefourBs' comment:

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    When David Ortiz was an infant his mother grabbed him by the heels and immersed him into a river in the Dominican Republic in an effort to render David to be impervious to failure and make him immortal. David was well on his way to being the best clutch hitter and DH in Red Sox history until an enemy wearing pinstripes shot him in the achillies with an arrow. What a shame.


    Huh?

     

     



    He's referring the the Greek hero, Achilles.

     

    Get it?

    Yep....I got it....but if it will help:

    Ha..........Ha............Ha..............Ha............ha

     
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    When David Ortiz was an infant his mother grabbed him by the heels and immersed him into a river in the Dominican Republic in an effort to render David to be impervious to failure and make him immortal. David was well on his way to being the best clutch hitter and DH in Red Sox history until an enemy wearing pinstripes shot him in the achillies with an arrow. What a shame.


    Huh?

     

     



    He's referring the the Greek hero, Achilles.

     

    Get it?

     

     

    Yep....I got it....but if it will help:

    Ha..........Ha............Ha..............Ha............ha



    LOL

    It was pretty bad...

     
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    When David Ortiz was an infant his mother grabbed him by the heels and immersed him into a river in the Dominican Republic in an effort to render David to be impervious to failure and make him immortal. David was well on his way to being the best clutch hitter and DH in Red Sox history until an enemy wearing pinstripes shot him in the achillies with an arrow. What a shame.


    Huh?

     

     



    He's referring the the Greek hero, Achilles.

     

    Get it?

     

     

    Yep....I got it....but if it will help:

    Ha..........Ha............Ha..............Ha............ha

     




    Better yet......

     

     

    GONG!




    +1

     
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    Re: Heal strain and Big Papi

    How many Ortiz threads is this for you oldie/ms?

    Shaq is a bad example and anyone who listens to his advice is lazy.  Shaq once said, he got hurt on company time and will heal on company time.  Do you remember how long it took him to recover his last season with the celtics? that's right, he never recovered.  Ainge believed that Shaq would be back for the playoffs and traded Perkins.

    I got that one right too and blogged that O'Neil would never be back for the playoffs.

     
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    Re: Heal strain and Big Papi

      HEEL STRAIN ??  When did that happen ???????   Im sure that he will be back sooooon !!!

     
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    I would like it if the sox don't make this mistake again.  As far as being right and wrong, if my 71 game thread blew up in my face, ms would be reminding me every day.

     
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    Re: Heal strain and Big Papi

     It surprises me that the term 'plantar fasciitis' hasn't come up.

    Maybe it's not what he has, but if it is, it takes months and months to heal up.

     
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