Re: Mazz: Theo Epstein had LITTLE to do with Sox success.
posted at 10/24/2011 2:45 PM EDT
In Response to Re: Mazz: Theo Epstein had LITTLE to do with Sox success.
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: Mazz: Theo Epstein had LITTLE to do with Sox success. : First off, the version you have of what took place in 2003 could not possibly be more wrong. But don't feel bad, there's a lot of people who believe the same mythical version of it that you do. And granted, there's a finite number of people who know the full story, but we do get a chuckle when we see people try to quote folklore as fact. Look, nobody's denying you your right to continue to wear your theo Epstink pjs to bed eveynight. Whatever works for you. Wear them with pride. All I'm saying is just stick with saying, "I love Theo!" that works and nobody will call you out on it. It's when you're trying to post so-called 'facts' that's getting you into trouble.
Posted by greenapplesplatters[/QUOTE]
Well since you are the purveyor of all the facts, why not step up like a man and share them with the rest of us....
Time to spill the beans then, since I now am aware that you, splatter and your sidelick LAW were both flies on the wall for all things Red Sox during the days leading to the Sox championship in 2004.
Let's see facts now, and not your opinions, or distorted comprehensions of facts for the following:
- Signing of David Ortiz
- Trade for Curt Schilling
- Signing of Kevin Millar
- Signing of Keith Foulke
- Trade of Nomar for Cabrera and Mientkiewicz
- Trade for Roberts
Unless you or LAW are Larry Lucchino himself telling us the way it went down...if that's the case I will refract all my comments on these acquisitions and suggest that you officially take over the job as Red Sox GM going forward.
Oh yeah...we need proof that you are Lucchino too!!
Thank you...a concerned, unknowing of factual information, Red Sox fan!