Should big Ben, and his boys draft Manny Ramirez jr?

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    Should big Ben, and his boys draft Manny Ramirez jr?

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    Could be fun to see him in Fenway!

     

     

     
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    Re: Should big Ben, and his boys draft Manny Ramirez jr?

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    Could be fun to see him in Fenway!

     

    [/QUOTE   Not hardly !!!!!!!   The old man is what he is, Man-child/fraud/drug/sh!!-bum/liar/........ And the "apple will not fall far from the tree"  !!!!




    I don't usually agree with you, but I at least expected more than condemning a kid because of what his father did.

     
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    http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20130604&content_id=49558550&vkey=news_mlb&c_id=mlb

     

    Could be fun to see him in Fenway!

     

     

    [/QUOTE   Not hardly !!!!!!!   The old man is what he is, Man-child/fraud/drug/sh!!-bum/liar/........ And the "apple will not fall far from the tree"  !!!!


     


    well Bill ol salt here is where we can agree to disagree. for 7 years Manny was the king of the mountain helping our club win 2 world series rings. He is and always will be the greatest right handed power hitter I have or will see in my life time. getting himself thrown out of boston is a different story. when manny was 17 years old playing baseball in new york he was beyond amazing. if this kid is anything like his father was at 17 imagine the possibilities of us having that kid down on the farm hitting 400 footers before he hits 20. think about it. don't let your hatred take the place of common sense logic man.

     

     
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    http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20130604&content_id=49558550&vkey=news_mlb&c_id=mlb

     

    Could be fun to see him in Fenway!

     

     

    [/QUOTE   Not hardly !!!!!!!   The old man is what he is, Man-child/fraud/drug/sh!!-bum/liar/........ And the "apple will not fall far from the tree"  !!!!


     

     


    well Bill ol salt here is where we can agree to disagree. for 7 7years Manny was the king of the mountain helping our club win 2 world series rings. He is and always will be the greatest right handed power hitter I have or will see in my life time. getting himself thrown out of boston is a different story. when manny was 17 years old playing baseball in new york he was beyond amazing. if this kid is anything like his father was at 17 imagine the possibilities of us having that kid down on the farm hitting 400 footers before he hits 20. think about it. don't let your hatred take the place of common sense logic man.

     

     

     

    Yes Mr. Hammah we are not on the same page...... Lets put it this way, I would never have wanted  a sh!!-bum like that on my DESTROYER.......  Could never go to SEA with someone that you could not trust !!!!!


     




    ...or a blowhard.

     
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    http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20130604&content_id=49558550&vkey=news_mlb&c_id=mlb

     

    Could be fun to see him in Fenway!

     

     

    [/QUOTE   Not hardly !!!!!!!   The old man is what he is, Man-child/fraud/drug/sh!!-bum/liar/........ And the "apple will not fall far from the tree"  !!!!





    This has got to be one of the dumbest comments Ive ever seen. Yes, lets condemn the kid because his father was solid for 6 years and had a bad attitude his final 2 years in Boston. Yup, makes perfect sense. your pathetic, now get back to work and stop posting on company time junior.

     
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    http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20130604&content_id=49558550&vkey=news_mlb&c_id=mlb

     

    Could be fun to see him in Fenway!

     

     

    [/QUOTE   Not hardly !!!!!!!   The old man is what he is, Man-child/fraud/drug/sh!!-bum/liar/........ And the "apple will not fall far from the tree"  !!!!


     

     




    This has got to be one of the dumbest comments Ive ever seen. Yes, lets condemn the kid because his father was solid for 6 years and had a bad attitude his final 2 years in Boston. Yup, makes perfect sense. your pathetic, now get back to work and stop posting on company time junior.

     

     

    its funny that the lib/left always looks the other way when it fits them !!!    Just saying !!!  The MAN-CHILD has his finger prints all over what is bad for MLB & this is the best you can do ???  Please spare me !!!!


     

     
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    http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20130604&content_id=49558550&vkey=news_mlb&c_id=mlb

     

    Could be fun to see him in Fenway!

     

     

    [/QUOTE   Not hardly !!!!!!!   The old man is what he is, Man-child/fraud/drug/sh!!-bum/liar/........ And the "apple will not fall far from the tree"  !!!!




    This is deplorable Bill. His parents broke up when he was 5, if anyone in the world would understand why things didn't work out for Manny it would his son who had to share his name.

     
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    If Jr. is even close the the hitter manny was go for it, there is always hope he got moms brain :)

     
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    Re: Should big Ben, and his boys draft Manny Ramirez jr?

    Let the kid make his own way.  Just because his dad was a slugger doesn't mean he will be.  Just because his dad cheated with PED's doesnt mean his kid will.  One thing for sure - you dont make a decision about a kid either way because of his daddy's name.

    As far as Manny Sr..yes, he was "solid" for Red Sox before he derailed, but none of us know if he was using PED's in those years.  Far as Im concerned, all his stats are tainted with the dreaded asterisk as are McGuire's, Sosa"s, A-Rod"s, and on and on.  If we are ever going to get past the steroid era, gotta quit talking about the "amazing numbers and careers" of the cheaters.

     

     
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    John Farrell's son is in this year's draft as well.  Sox might pick him up later in the rounds.  

     
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    well Bill ol salt here is where we can agree to disagree. for 7 years Manny was the king of the mountain helping our club win 2 world series rings. He is and always will be the greatest right handed power hitter I have or will see in my life time. getting himself thrown out of boston is a different story. when manny was 17 years old playing baseball in new york he was beyond amazing. if this kid is anything like his father was at 17 imagine the possibilities of us having that kid down on the farm hitting 400 footers before he hits 20. think about it. don't let your hatred take the place of common sense logic man.

     



    i heart this post.

     
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    well Bill ol salt here is where we can agree to disagree. for 7 years Manny was the king of the mountain helping our club win 2 world series rings. He is and always will be the greatest right handed power hitter I have or will see in my life time. getting himself thrown out of boston is a different story. when manny was 17 years old playing baseball in new york he was beyond amazing. if this kid is anything like his father was at 17 imagine the possibilities of us having that kid down on the farm hitting 400 footers before he hits 20. think about it. don't let your hatred take the place of common sense logic man.

     

     



    i heart this post.

     



    HA! not half as much as I love your avatar!!!!Wink

     
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    John Farrell's son is in this year's draft as well.  Sox might pick him up later in the rounds.  




    I don't know man... Last I heard he had golf ball sized tumors removed from his body.

     
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    Re: Should big Ben, and his boys draft Manny Ramirez jr?

    Also, what ever happen to Papelbon's brother Josh Papelbon... He had good numbers in the minors.

     
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    Re: Should big Ben, and his boys draft Manny Ramirez jr?

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    Let the kid make his own way.  Just because his dad was a slugger doesn't mean he will be.  Just because his dad cheated with PED's doesnt mean his kid will.  One thing for sure - you dont make a decision about a kid either way because of his daddy's name.

    As far as Manny Sr..yes, he was "solid" for Red Sox before he derailed, but none of us know if he was using PED's in those years.  Far as Im concerned, all his stats are tainted with the dreaded asterisk as are McGuire's, Sosa"s, A-Rod"s, and on and on.  If we are ever going to get past the steroid era, gotta quit talking about the "amazing numbers and careers" of the cheaters.

     

    B I N G O   !!!!   Great post..........


     
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    well Bill ol salt here is where we can agree to disagree. for 7 years Manny was the king of the mountain helping our club win 2 world series rings. He is and always will be the greatest right handed power hitter I have or will see in my life time. getting himself thrown out of boston is a different story. when manny was 17 years old playing baseball in new york he was beyond amazing. if this kid is anything like his father was at 17 imagine the possibilities of us having that kid down on the farm hitting 400 footers before he hits 20. think about it. don't let your hatred take the place of common sense logic man.

     

     

     



    i heart this post.

     

     



    HA! not half as much as I love your avatar!!!!Wink

     




    Like me, welcome to the dirty old man club....     Laughing

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    http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20130604&content_id=49558550&vkey=news_mlb&c_id=mlb

     

    Could be fun to see him in Fenway!

     

     

    [/QUOTE   Not hardly !!!!!!!   The old man is what he is, Man-child/fraud/drug/sh!!-bum/liar/........ And the "apple will not fall far from the tree"  !!!!


     


    well Bill ol salt here is where we can agree to disagree. for 7 years Manny was the king of the mountain helping our club win 2 world series rings. He is and always will be the greatest right handed power hitter I have or will see in my life time. getting himself thrown out of boston is a different story. when manny was 17 years old playing baseball in new york he was beyond amazing. if this kid is anything like his father was at 17 imagine the possibilities of us having that kid down on the farm hitting 400 footers before he hits 20. think about it. don't let your hatred take the place of common sense logic man.

     




    It truly was a pleasure to watch him swing that bat for seven years,it truly was.What a wonderfull hitter he was.

     
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    http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20130604&content_id=49558550&vkey=news_mlb&c_id=mlb

     

    Could be fun to see him in Fenway!

     

    [/QUOTE   Not hardly !!!!!!!   The old man is what he is, Man-child/fraud/drug/sh!!-bum/liar/........ And the "apple will not fall far from the tree"  !!!!


     



    I don't usually agree with you, but I at least expected more than condemning a kid because of what his father did.

     




    On the contrary, I saw that coming a mile away.

     
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    Re: Should big Ben, and his boys draft Manny Ramirez jr?

    I just thought about something here. As good as jr could be do any of us think for a minute that John Henry, Larry and Tom want to deal with the fact that they would possibly be having to deal with Manny? Me thinks not. too bad cause I bet that kid has a lot of potential.

     

     
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    I just thought about something here. As good as jr could be do any of us think for a minute that John Henry, Larry and Tom want to deal with the fact that they would possibly be having to deal with Manny? Me thinks not. too bad cause I bet that kid has a lot of potential.

     

    BINGO  !!!!   Does that mean J H, LUCCIANNOS, and T W are as bad as "BILL-806" ?????    Just wondering !!!


     
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    http://mlb.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20130604&content_id=49558550&vkey=news_mlb&c_id=mlb

     

    Could be fun to see him in Fenway!

     

     

    [/QUOTE   Not hardly !!!!!!!   The old man is what he is, Man-child/fraud/drug/sh!!-bum/liar/........ And the "apple will not fall far from the tree"  !!!!


     

     




    This has got to be one of the dumbest comments Ive ever seen. Yes, lets condemn the kid because his father was solid for 6 years and had a bad attitude his final 2 years in Boston. Yup, makes perfect sense. your pathetic, now get back to work and stop posting on company time junior.

     

     

    its funny that the lib/left always looks the other way when it fits them !!!    Just saying !!!  The MAN-CHILD has his finger prints all over what is bad for MLB & this is the best you can do ???  Please spare me !!!!


     




    Maybe if you didnt post this ignorant jibberish you would have a sliver of cred. here. Manny hasnt been a FT dad in this kids life since he was 5 yrs old. They have a decent relationship, bit he wasnt an everyday influence on him you clown.

     
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