Petition to Retire Red Sox #7 Richard Benjamin Ferrell

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    Re: Petition to Retire Red Sox #7 Richard Benjamin Ferrell

    You don't get your number retired for 4 years of service.
     
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    Re: Petition to Retire Red Sox #7 Richard Benjamin Ferrell

    why would anyone want to use TrotterNixon?  That guy was the biggest Roid uses the Red Sox ever had
     
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    Re: Petition to Retire Red Sox #7 Richard Benjamin Ferrell

    MLB retired the number on April 15, 1997 in honor of the 50th anniversaryof Jackie Robinson's first game in MLB.
    Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Is_number_42_retired_in_all_the_MLB#ixzz253mum100

    Id say he had more than 4yrs of service, he had 10... so once again...Your wrong...
     
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    Re: Petition to Retire Red Sox #7 Richard Benjamin Ferrell

    What about Babe Ruth?

    The Red Sox never retired his number. He played 5+ years in Boston.

    Luis Tiant? ..talk about a guy who had "quality years" in Boston.

    While we're at it let's retire #24 for Evans, # 38 for Schilling, #45 for Pedro, #21 for Clemens, Bruce Hurst? ...hey how about Bernie Carbo???
     
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    Re: Petition to Retire Red Sox #7 Richard Benjamin Ferrell

    that didn't work
     
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    Re: Petition to Retire Red Sox #7 Richard Benjamin Ferrell

    is there a change to posting pics on now?
     
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    Re: Petition to Retire Red Sox #7 Richard Benjamin Ferrell

    Speaking of numbers...I know Nomar's would never be retired for various reasons....but can they be a bit more selective about who they give it to? I'd like to wear my home #5 jersey without people thinking I'm just a big Rocco Baldelli or Nick Punto fan.

    As far as I know they still haven't given #21 out to anyone, including Beckett, who wore the number in Florida. Do they really have to give #5 to any bench player who wants it?
     
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    Re: Petition to Retire Red Sox #7 Richard Benjamin Ferrell

    This is about JD Drew isn't it? Have you talked to andrewmitch about this?
     
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    Re: Petition to Retire Red Sox #7 Richard Benjamin Ferrell

    How about retiring No. 7 for a group -- Ferrell, Dom DiMaggio, Dick Dr. Strangeglove Stuart, Reggie Smith, Rick Burleson, Mike Easler, Steve Lyons, the legendary Phil Plantier, Trot Nixon, J.D. Drew, Cody Ross.

    In all seriousness, I'd as much as I like Ferrell, I'd retire it for Dom DiMaggio first.

    Ferrell only wore the number two seasons in 1934 and 1935. He wore No. 2 in '36 and '37. And he wore No. 9 in 1933, so his number is already retired.
     
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    Re: Petition to Retire Red Sox #7 Richard Benjamin Ferrell

    In response to Petition to Retire Red Sox #7 Richard Benjamin Ferrell:

    Id say he had more than 4yrs of service, he had 10... so once again...Your wrong...

    Robinson never had any service with the Red Sox, You are, once again, dead wrong. Nothing but pure politics.

    What about Babe Ruth?

    Babe Ruth's number should be retired.

    The Red Sox never retired his number. He played 5+ years in Boston.

    Luis Tiant? ..talk about a guy who had "quality years" in Boston.


    Ferrell's in the Hall of Fame.

    While we're at it let's retire #24 for Evans, # 38 for Schilling, #45 for Pedro, #21 for Clemens, Bruce Hurst? ...hey how about Bernie Carbo???


    Pedro's number should be retired. The rest aren't HOF members.

    If you are going to be flippant, at least give your comment some actual thought.

     



    Babe Ruth never had a number in Boston. Numbers didn't start until sometime in the 1920s.

     
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    Re: Petition to Retire Red Sox #7 Richard Benjamin Ferrell

    The biggest travesty is that #26 has not yet been retired.  

    They waived the "retire as a Red Sox" policy for Fisk, why not Boggs?
     
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