SHAUGHNESSEY joins COWHERD at 11:10! circling around PAPI?

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    Re: SHAUGHNESSEY joins COWHERD at 11:10! circling around PAPI?

    I disagree.

    It's easy to ignore them both.

     
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    Re: SHAUGHNESSEY joins COWHERD at 11:10! circling around PAPI?

    Must avoid radio.

     

     
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    Re: SHAUGHNESSEY joins COWHERD at 11:10! circling around PAPI?

    must ignore radio - two eyeball-slumming blowhards who fan the flames and bring no insight.

    Enjoy that abomination of a radio program.

     
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    Or enjoy the radio program for what it is - blowhards pretending to know it all can make for very good comedy!

    Red Sox 2013 World Series Champs. Patriots 2014 Super Bowl Champs???!!!

     
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    Re: SHAUGHNESSEY joins COWHERD at 11:10! circling around PAPI?

    In response to BostonTrollSpanker's comment:

     

    must ignore radio - two eyeball-slumming blowhards who fan the flames and bring no insight.

    Enjoy that abomination of a radio program.

     

    Great post! I'm a New Englander transplanted to Montana. I don't have to listen to numbskulls pretending to know what they're talking about and when I watch the games in my local tavern the sound is down (except for last night). I think it's the best of both worlds.


     

     
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    Agree with all.  Who wants to listen to either one of them?  Shaugnessey usually has nothing good to say about any Boston sports teams.  Some of the ESPN analysts in all sports always make negative comments about Boston sports teams despite their success.  I believe that it is jealousy in many cases.  I heard comments by many of them that thought St. Louis still had a chance of winning this year because of their oustanding pitching.  

     
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    Re: SHAUGHNESSEY joins COWHERD at 11:10! circling around PAPI?

    Wait a sec.......  what are the chances that Softlaw is actually Shaughnessey?!?!?!?!  FOR REAL!!!

     
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    In response to Kingface12's comment:

    Wait a sec.......  what are the chances that Softlaw is actually Shaughnessey?!?!?!?!  FOR REAL!!!



    They are both idiots.... what is halarious is that they were not saying the same BS when Papi was slumping against Detroit...

     
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    Re: SHAUGHNESSEY joins COWHERD at 11:10! circling around PAPI?

    how many 37 year olds have ever been MVP of the World Series?

     
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    In response to DirtyWaterLover's comment:

    how many 37 year olds have ever been MVP of the World Series?




    There was a list somewhere that I read that listed the oldest players to win the MVP of the world series. Willie McCovey was the oldest at 39. I think Paul Molitor was MVP too at age 37.

     
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    In response to PaulLaCourse's comment:

    In response to DirtyWaterLover's comment:

    how many 37 year olds have ever been MVP of the World Series?




    There was a list somewhere that I read that listed the oldest players to win the MVP of the world series. Willie McCovey was the oldest at 39. I think Paul Molitor was MVP too at age 37.



    Willie McCovey's last WS was in '62, when he was 24. They lost, because his was the last AB in Game 7, a screaming liner to Richardson with runners on 2nd and 3rd to cap a 1-0 game.

    U are right about Molitor 

     
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    Re: SHAUGHNESSEY joins COWHERD at 11:10! circling around PAPI?

    In response to PaulLaCourse's comment:

    In response to DirtyWaterLover's comment:

    how many 37 year olds have ever been MVP of the World Series?




    There was a list somewhere that I read that listed the oldest players to win the MVP of the world series. Willie McCovey was the oldest at 39. I think Paul Molitor was MVP too at age 37.




    Willie Stargell at age 39 in 1979 and Randy Johnson at age 38 in 2001

     
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    Re: SHAUGHNESSEY joins COWHERD at 11:10! circling around PAPI?

    In response to BostonTrollSpanker's comment:

    must ignore radio - two eyeball-slumming blowhards who fan the flames and bring no insight.

    Enjoy that abomination of a radio program.

    When you live for the "daily BREAKING NEWS" from DAD & BILL-806  !!!!


     
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