Ryan Westmoreland

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    Ryan Westmoreland

    With Els leaving it made remember me Westmoreland and what could've been. What a great replacement he would've been. He would've been 23 starting the 2014 season.

     
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    I'm sure Westmoreland thinks about what could have been. Sad. But he can be happy with the fact he's alive and still improving. I still believe there are great things ahead for him. It just isn't going to be baseball.

     
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    In response to kimsaysthis' comment:

    I'm sure Westmoreland thinks about what could have been. Sad. But he can be happy with the fact he's alive and still improving. I still believe there are great things ahead for him. It just isn't going to be baseball.




    Well Said! As a fan very sad.

     

     
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    Amen.

     
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    In response to kimsaysthis' comment:

    I'm sure Westmoreland thinks about what could have been. Sad. But he can be happy with the fact he's alive and still improving. I still believe there are great things ahead for him. It just isn't going to be baseball.




    Exactly. He has his whole life ahead of him. In the big picture, baseball is a blip.

     
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    Re: Ryan Westmoreland

    And what about Kalish. If it weren't for the injuries, he might be starting by now. How about this lineup of home grown talent: Westmoreland-Bradley-Kalish in the OF; Middlebrooks-Bogaerts-Pedroia in the IF.

    Don't know if the team would be any good. Guess we'll never know.

     
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