Shaughnessy is a tired act

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    Shaughnessy is a tired act

    never writes a postive article, this tool was probably belly aching when McCourt didnt get the team, just go away dan
     
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    I've always liked Dan, and his comment about Schilling and the Dos Equis guy was a classic.
     
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    He was bellyaching about the 86 Celtics. CHB has always been a tired act.
     
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    The CHB writes like the frustrated Boston sports fan he is.

     
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    [QUOTE]never writes a postive article, this tool was probably belly aching when McCourt didnt get the team, just go away dan
    Posted by fourrings[/QUOTE]

    Agree that he is always very negative. 
     
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    Re: Shaughnessy is a tired act

    The thread title is from about 2003. 

    This thread title should be "Shaughnessy is still a tired act, 8 years running." 

     
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    Shaughnessy is an underperformer who has never lived up to his potential. 
     
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    The guy is the very definition of the word pr**k.
     
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    Shoot the messenger.
     
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    I agree to a point with his article, if the red sox were to make the playoffs they wont make it out of the first round with the pitching staff they have, are bull pen sucks, starting pitching sucks and are manager sucks.
     
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    I would like nothing better than to see the Sox go all the way, and stuff all the nasty crud back down the throats of these "nattering nabobs of negativity."
     
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    that's what I'm hoping for too!  They back in, regroup, and then run the table.  I would e-mail DS every day for the rest of his life to remind him what he had said!!!!!

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    [QUOTE]I would like nothing better than to see the Sox to go all the way, and stuff all the nasty crud back down the throats of these "nattering nabobs of negativity."
    Posted by soxnewmex[/QUOTE]
     
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    He's a realist....maybe with any luck this charade will be over after we lose two on Sunday  after one tomorrow...GO RAYS, please effectuate a mercy killing...BWAHAHAHAHA...why get into the playoffs only to  be swept?
     
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    Dan Shaughnessy is always has been the equivalent of a paid "troll" with a big lake in which to fish, a city's largest print media outlet.   It's how he has made a good living throughout his adult life.   His simple formula for success is and has been to get as much attention as he can by being outrageously cynical and writing a book of fiction about the local baseball team's pathetic history and attributing their failure to a mythological "curse." 

    Fact is that when Ruth's highly productive career ended in the early 1930's, the Sox franchise got a fresh start with a billionaire owner, the richest in baseball who bought the equivalent of a dozen Ruths through the years.  Jimmie Foxx, Lefty Grove and Joe Cronin were much expensive to buy than Ruth during an era in which America was coming out of the great depression.  In ensuing decades, the franchise was "cursed" by cronyism, alcoholism, racism and blatantly apparent incompetence.  This era, in the city of Boston, was referred to fondly as the Yawkey tradition by its most prominent sports pundits.  The philanthropic long time patriarch of the franchise has a street named after him and a bust in Cooperstown neither of which were deserved.       
       
     
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