Schilling: Valentine not 'right fit' for Red Sox

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    Re: Schilling: Valentine not 'right fit' for Red Sox

     Reminds me of another ESPN talking head saying the Pats hated Belicheck.
     
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    Enough already!!!
     
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    Stopped reading after "I had friends on the Mets"
    Schilling's kind of a putz, and I'd be surprised it he had a lot of friends.
     
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    Shilling being Shilling........just plain stupid
     
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    As great a hero as he was here, he's always been a big mouth and now he's a hypocrite par excellence!

     
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    Loved him as a pitcher, but Curt SHUTUP! He's totally doing the opposite of what he would do as a player. You're not helping at all Curt!
     
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    If Dale Sveum was our new manager I already would have given up.... boring.
     
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    Re: Schilling: Valentine not 'right fit' for Red Sox

    Hey Schilling, get over Tito's firing. Curt has issued nothing but negative comments about the Sox and ownership  since the firing. Maybe he'll be proved right in the long run, but let's give things a chance to play out before blowing it up.
     

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