S. Drew has Permanent Ankle Structural Damage

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    You forgot to attach your documentation about permanent structural damage.

     
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    Horse manure.

     
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    At least the bosox are consistent with their revolving door at SS.

     

    And iglesias is not going to solve that problem.

     
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    James Worthy had a serious ankle injury, but he was a teenager. He never was the same, which is a testament to how great a player he was before the injury

    WTF?does anybody see anything wrong with this? read it good.

     
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    In response to Hfxsoxnut's comment:

    Horse manure.




    exactly.

     
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    even with a healthy ankle Drew wasnt the solution to ss for the Sox...he is a platoon player signed for one year - nothing more.....of course if he stays healthy and plays 100 games, joeyB will call this a great move....he thinks as much about the laRouche for kotchman trade...

     
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    In response to Softlaw1's comment:

    Drew's injury, which came on a slide to the plate, was gruesome. His foot bent at an awkward angle, causing him to break his fibula and suffer ligament damage. He had a plate attached to the bone as part of the surgery.

    James Worthy had a serious ankle injury, but he was a teenager. He never was the same, which is a testament to how great a player he was before the injury.

    When you have been on this earth long enough, it doesn't take much intelligence to understand athletic mortality.

    I though Boras' comments about "his rehab and he's worked hard to increase his lateral movement" was almost as bad as "he's a franchise player". It's meaningless rhetoric from a bad saleman working in a business with a lot of incompetent GM's with a lot of money to spend.

    DAD & BILL-806 CONCUR WITH SOFTY, as usual !!!


     
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    In response to raider3524's comment:

    James Worthy had a serious ankle injury, but he was a teenager. He never was the same, which is a testament to how great a player he was before the injury

    WTF?does anybody see anything wrong with this? read it good.



    Softie is saying Worthy was never the same, but still a HOF.  Implying that Drew can come back and be a HOF.

     
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    IGGY will be the full time SS by Memorial Day !!!   (2013)

     
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    If Iglesias shows he can hit, Drew won't block him, even at $9M.  But especially if the Napoli deal falls through, I don't think we can afford an automatic out in the 9-hole right now.

     

     
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    IGGY will be the full time SS by Memorial Day !!!   (2013)




    Would you put your money where you mouth is on this prediction??? I bet not!

     
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    In response to Soxdog67's comment:

    In response to Bill-806's comment:

    IGGY will be the full time SS by Memorial Day !!!   (2013)




    Would you put your money where you mouth is on this prediction??? I bet not!

    Just wait & see.......  No need to bet $$$$$$


     
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    No doubt the idiot will continue his lifelong losing streak.

     
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    In response to georom4's comment:

    even with a healthy ankle Drew wasnt the solution to ss for the Sox...he is a platoon player signed for one year - nothing more.....of course if he stays healthy and plays 100 games, joeyB will call this a great move....he thinks as much about the laRouche for kotchman trade...



    LaRoche for Kotchman was a harmless trade.  The Sox got VMart after LaRoche and did not need him anymore. And with his ADD LaRoche struggles in bench roles. Kotchman ddoesn't and made less money. 

     
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    In response to Joebreidey's comment:

    In response to raider3524's comment:

    James Worthy had a serious ankle injury, but he was a teenager. He never was the same, which is a testament to how great a player he was before the injury

    WTF?does anybody see anything wrong with this? read it good.



    Softie is saying Worthy was never the same, but still a HOF.  Implying that Drew can come back and be a HOF.



    lol...damn. and we only signed drew for one year? what is our GM thinking?

     
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    In response to Soxdog67's comment:

    In response to Bill-806's comment:

    IGGY will be the full time SS by Memorial Day !!!   (2013)




    Would you put your money where you mouth is on this prediction??? I bet not!



    i'd put my money on you...that's for sure.

     
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    In response to Bill-806's comment:

    Just wait & see.......  No need to bet $$$$$$



    Well this only happens if Softy's unsubstantiated comment that Drew's ankle injury is permanent and he goes down prior to Mem Day.


    If Drew is healthy he will be the SS...count on it!

     
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    If Drew cannot handle SS the Sox still have Iglesias. 

     
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    In response to Softlaw1's comment:

    There is no way this guy has any business as an everyday SS. He cannot provide the range and agility necessary to field the position well enough to be a net positive. His offense is the reason why this absurd 10 million guarantee deal was done, and Boras had to know just how easy it is to rip off a management team that seems to think SS is about OPS and marginal fielding v. elite fielding and marginal plate work.

    He offers nothing, overall, that made his former employers disposed to any approach but to let him become a payroll burden for another team.

    He comes with bad former employment references and an uethical partime ambulance chaser and used car salesman as his agent.

    But even if you subscribe to SS as a position that is filled by profiles who project well vs. peers on the plate work, the permanent structural damage he has to one of his wheels should be the deal breaker for even those who look at SS as a "hits well enough to make his defense acceptable as I value SS defense based on scoring errors and fielding % and I ignore range, agility and quickness".

    I expect that, one year from now, Drew will benefit from Fenway on his slash line, but will have a net  negative on "runs produced v. runs prevented" as opposed to Iglesias. The used car salesman agent will sieze upon the ignorance of medical records and defensive performance over a season, and will use the Red Sox to make a multi-year market for a player who has a one year low single digit value and fit for the Red Sox.  



    Great post Dr. We're still waiting for the diagrams and x-rays.

     
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    In response to EdithBRTN's comment:

     Worthy attended the University of North Carolina (UNC). He quickly became a standout at UNC but saw his freshman year cut short by a broken ankle suffered near mid-season. As a sophomore he was a key member of that school's 1981 NCAA runner-up team, playing with Al Wood and Sam Perkins.

    As a junior power forward, Worthy was the leading scorer (15.6 points per game) of a Tar Heels NCAA championship team which featured future NBA stars Sam Perkins and freshman Michael Jordan. A consensus first team All-American,[1] Worthy shared College Player of the Year honors with Virginia Cavalier Ralph Sampson.[2] The 1982 championship game against the Georgetown Hoyas is notable for Worthy's steal of a pass inadvertently thrown to him by the Hoyas' point guard Fred Brown, which sealed the Tar Heels' 63–62 victory. For the game, Worthy shot 13–17 from the field, scored 28 points and had 4 rebounds, capping a standout performance which won him the NCAA Basketball Tournament Most Outstanding Player.



    Pike, dont confuse softy with facts.

     
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