Mr. Bobby V

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    In Response to Mr. Bobby V:
    [QUOTE]Bun g, bun g, bun g, bun g, bun g Bun g, bun g, bun g, bun g, bun g Bun g, bun g, bun g, bun g, bun g Bun g, bun g, bun g, bun g, bun g Bun g, bun g, bun g, bun g, bun g Mr. Bobby V, bring us a dream (Bun g, bun g, bun g, bun g) Get us the highest winning percentage we’ve ever seen (Bun g, bun g, bun g, bun g) Give the Yankees a going over (Bun g, bun g, bun g, bun g) Then tell them that their days are over Mr. Bobby V, we’re Red Sox fans full grown Have a lot of memories to call our own Please turn on your magic beam Mr. Bobby V, bring us a dream Bun g, bun g, bun g, bun g Mr. Bobby V, bring us a dream Get us the highest winning percentage we’ve ever seen Give the Yankees a going over Then tell them that their days are over Mr. Bobby V, we’re Red Sox fans full grown Have a lot of memories to call our own Please turn on your magic beam Mr. Bobby V, bring us a dream Bun g, bun g, bun g, bun g Mr. Bobby V bring us a dream (Yes) Make the Sox winning percentage the highest we’ve ever seen Let it go high like Pluto Make it as sweet as an apple strudel Mr. Bobby V turn this team to gold Would be so peachy before we're too old So please turn on your magic beam Mr. Bobby V bring us, please, please, please Mr Bobby V, bring us a dream Bun g, bun g, bun g, bun g  
    Posted by 2004Idiots[/QUOTE]

    Somebody has got way too much time on their hands!
     
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    I like Bobby V.   I think he's more of what a baseball manager should be.  These are grown men, who in many cases make more than a million dollars to play a game.   They don't need someone to stroke their egos, be their buddy, and play cards with them.   What they need is a solid baseball guy who can kick their butts when needed, and ensure they have the tools to win.   Bobby V is such a guy.

    Francona was everyone's best buddy, but by the players own description, he was laid back and pretty hands off.   Bobby is the opposite.  I'm the opposite and I like someone who's hands on and tough minded.   Striving for doing things well and having energy is what you need.

    Look....Francona brought the first championships in 86 years.  He gets the credit for that, but if that's the case, then he also deserves the blame for the collapse of what should have been a playoff bound team (and possibly championship) team.   He gets the blame for the pitching staff having a mediocre year.   He gets the blame for Carl Crawford having a terrible year when compared to the contract and the hype.   He gets the blame for A-Gon not being the driving force and leader in the clubhouse he should be.   He gets the blame for sending Wakefield back to the mound in search of his 200th win, but only racking up losses and terrible outings. 

    Bobby V isn't perfect, but let's give the guy a chance. 
     
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    You forgot about injuries to Bucholz. Lackey, and Youk. What is the role of a pitching coach? How about the hitting coach on Crawford's open stance? Didn't know that Tito only had A-Gon to groom as the team leader, what about the others?
     

     
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    Bobby V is a joke.  This team won't make the post season and ownership will blame him.  That's why he was hired - to be the scapegoat.  That's his only purpose - well, that and to keep the media distracted.

    This team is not as good as last year's opening day roster.  A lack of quality starting pitching killed them last year and ownership did nothing to fix it.  They took the best set up/closer tandem in the game and blew them up and replaced them with an injury prone closer that couldn't get through ST.

    They traded away Scuturo, who was loyal, played injured, and was a huge reason this team was in first place at the end of August 2011 and replaced him with a controversy.

    They are starting the season without a legitimate, proven major leaguer at LF, RF, SS, 4th SP, 5th SP, Setup man, and Closer and the manager has coached a major league game in 10 years. 

    But hey, at least the games will finally be broadcast on FM radio.
     
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    OK, I'm convinced.  2004Idiots is Bobby V.
     
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    I am convinced he and pike are one in the same.
     
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    [QUOTE]Bobby V is a joke.  This team won't make the post season and ownership will blame him.  That's why he was hired - to be the scapegoat.  That's his only purpose - well, that and to keep the media distracted. This team is not as good as last year's opening day roster.  A lack of quality starting pitching killed them last year and ownership did nothing to fix it.  They took the best set up/closer tandem in the game and blew them up and replaced them with an injury prone closer that couldn't get through ST. They traded away Scuturo, who was loyal, played injured, and was a huge reason this team was in first place at the end of August 2011 and replaced him with a controversy. They are starting the season without a legitimate, proven major leaguer at LF, RF, SS, 4th SP, 5th SP, Setup man, and Closer and the manager has coached a major league game in 10 years.  But hey, at least the games will finally be broadcast on FM radio.
    Posted by DirtyWaterLover[/QUOTE]

    THB i think they hired bobby V to be a lightning rod like his reputations states. Ponder this, if the sox hired gene lamont or dale swevum what would we be talking about? the terrible september and we would hear/talk about it every day. Now with Bobby V's outspoken self at the helm he takes that flack off the players for having an abysmal last month and puts it on himself. Its ingenious really. Since game 162 ended the Sox have done all they could to get as far away from september as possible. it helps the players move on from it and at the end of the day if the media is talking about bobby V instead of the players and their role in the collapse then its a win.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Mr. Bobby V : THB i think they hired bobby V to be a lightning rod like his reputations states. Ponder this, if the sox hired gene lamont or dale swevum what would we be talking about? the terrible september and we would hear/talk about it every day. Now with Bobby V's outspoken self at the helm he takes that flack off the players for having an abysmal last month and puts it on himself. Its ingenious really. Since game 162 ended the Sox have done all they could to get as far away from september as possible. it helps the players move on from it and at the end of the day if the media is talking about bobby V instead of the players and their role in the collapse then its a win.
    Posted by mef429[/QUOTE]

    Except most of us are laughing at bubby v as well as last September, not instead of.

     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Mr. Bobby V : Except most of us are laughing at bubby v as well as last September, not instead of.
    Posted by TBINFL[/QUOTE]

    well thats your schtick... i can only cring and shudder at the thought of how rampant the talk of september would be with lamont running the show.
     
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    The biggest mistake made was hiring Valentine. The next biggest mistake was giving the media a vote. If anyone gets blamed for the 0-3 start it is the manager. He totally blew spring training. Too much playing guys that were not going to make the team. Too many delayed decisions. And too much BS about competition for positions, and too much media BS about all of that. If they want to run Beckett, Youk, Crawford, Buchholtz, Elsberry, and Bard out of town the are on the right track. Practically every article pumps up Valentine and blames beer and chicken for the problems on the field and in the managers ego driven head. Manager too focused on beer joints and New York radio shows.
     
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    [QUOTE]The biggest mistake made was hiring Valentine. The next biggest mistake was giving the media a vote. If anyone gets blamed for the 0-3 start it is the manager. He totally blew spring training. Too much playing guys that were not going to make the team. Too many delayed decisions. And too much BS about competition for positions, and too much media BS about all of that. If they want to run Beckett, Youk, Crawford, Buchholtz, Elsberry, and Bard out of town the are on the right track. Practically every article pumps up Valentine and blames beer and chicken for the problems on the field and in the managers ego driven head. Manager too focused on beer joints and New York radio shows.
    Posted by Ws2012[/QUOTE]

    First post huh? It shows!
     

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