J D Drew - the poster child for mediocrity and wasted potential

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    Re: J D Drew - the poster child for mediocrity and wasted potential

    In Response to Re: J D Drew - the poster child for mediocrity and wasted potential:
    [QUOTE]Yes there are Drew bashers and also Drew apologists but what is the motivation for a loyal Sox fan to come here and join the crowd of 1000 Drew bashers? Isn't it redundant and boring? What new do you bring to the table? Why not give us an update on the Pawsox or Seadogs instead?
    Posted by Babe-Ted[/QUOTE]

    Speaking of redundant and boring and not bringing anything to the table.  Why not talk about baseball instead?
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: J D Drew - the poster child for mediocrity and wasted potential : Speaking of redundant and boring and not bringing anything to the table.  Why not talk about baseball instead?
    Posted by losmediasrojas[/QUOTE]

    He can't help it.  He's The World's Most Uninteresting Man.
     
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    Re: J D Drew - the poster child for mediocrity and wasted potential

    There is nothing new to bring to the table regarding JD Drew. He is overpaid and a general disappointment. It has been covered on the other 1243 threads about him in the last four years. My comment was to point out the redundancy and foolishness at beating a dead horse. What is your motivation? Do you wish for another 500 threads about Drew before he retires. BDC should actually delete all redundant threads about Drew and encourage posters to try to invent new ideas. The thread title is not telling anyone anything new or interesting, don't you agree?
     
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    Re: J D Drew - the poster child for mediocrity and wasted potential

    JD can retire today and finish his career with a .882 OPS and 127 OPS+, well above average.

    If that's mediocrity and wasted potential, you must be a complete idiot to think that way.
     
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    Because Pike has a sick need to stereotype posters.
    It comes through loud and clear with each pathetic identity he hides behind.
     
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    Re: J D Drew - the poster child for mediocrity and wasted potential

    what's the difference between average and mediocre?
     
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    In Response to Re: J D Drew - the poster child for mediocrity and wasted potential:
    [QUOTE]In Response to J D Drew - the poster child for mediocrity and wasted potential : saw some thread here recently where they compared drew to TROT NIXON. i think thats the best comparison! drew is not mediocre for he's an A list defender. his obp is very much above average and he does see al lot of pitches. his a great rbi, slugging, hr guy or even a high average guy? no. he has underwhelmed but not mediocre. he's average! a pittsburgh or minnesota would be glad to have him. we certainly can do much better and will. ethier comes to mind.
    Posted by COMMUNIST-CONTRARIAN[/QUOTE]

    People liked Trot more because he fell over and got dirty a lot and screamed when he struck out.

     
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