Smooth talking Mark Tiexiera.....

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    Smooth talking Mark Tiexiera.....

    Lookin' good in his crisp, tailored suit--speaking eloquently and intelligently on any and all topics on MLB Network. A true silver tongued devil! This man is born to be in front of a camera, and is demonstrating his ability to be an MLB ex-player consultant and expert ala Harold Reynolds and Kevin Millar in preparation of a broadcasting career in his post-playing days. He's so good in fact, I suggest he forego his return to NYY and begin his broadcasting career now! In fact, he even says the "Red Sox look like a World Series team". This man is BRILLIANT! Retire and begin your broadcasting career today!

    (In answer to your question, YES, we needed a thread about this).

     
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    LOL...Wonder what post was removed, who, and why? Pike? That you? 

     

     
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    Re: Smooth talking Mark Tiexiera.....

    In response to TheExaminer's comment:

    Lookin' good in his crisp, tailored suit--speaking eloquently and intelligently on any and all topics on MLB Network. A true silver tongued devil! This man is born to be in front of a camera, and is demonstrating his ability to be an MLB ex-player consultant and expert ala Harold Reynolds and Kevin Millar in preparation of a broadcasting career in his post-playing days. He's so good in fact, I suggest he forego his return to NYY and begin his broadcasting career now! In fact, he even says the "Red Sox look like a World Series team". This man is BRILLIANT! Retire and begin your broadcasting career today!

    (In answer to your question, YES, we needed a thread about this).



    I like where you're going...doubt that MLB would pay him 25M and be out with a soar throat all year like his current employer Did this past season...

     
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    Lookin' good in his crisp, tailored suit--speaking eloquently and intelligently on any and all topics on MLB Network. A true silver tongued devil! This man is born to be in front of a camera, and is demonstrating his ability to be an MLB ex-player consultant and expert ala Harold Reynolds and Kevin Millar in preparation of a broadcasting career in his post-playing days. He's so good in fact, I suggest he forego his return to NYY and begin his broadcasting career now! In fact, he even says the "Red Sox look like a World Series team". This man is BRILLIANT! Retire and begin your broadcasting career today!

    (In answer to your question, YES, we needed a thread about this).

     



    I like where you're going...doubt that MLB would pay him 25M and be out with a soar throat all year like his current employer Did this past season...

     



    LOL

     
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    Re: Smooth talking Mark Tiexiera.....

    I kind of like him on the NYY payroll.

     

     
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    I kind of like him on the NYY payroll.

     



    Haha, youre right. Nevermind about broadcasting.....

     
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    Just be thankful that his wife liked New York better than Boston. 

    Having the right to do something doesn't make it the right thing to do.

     
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    Just be thankful that his wife liked New York better than Boston. 

    Having the right to do something doesn't make it the right thing to do.



    Just imagine, he and Aroid could have both ended up here. Imagine, and shudder. 

     
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    Just be thankful that his wife liked New York better than Boston. 

    Having the right to do something doesn't make it the right thing to do.

     

     



    Just imagine, he and Aroid could have both ended up here. Imagine, and shudder. 

     

     

     



    Gives new meaning to.... dodged a bullet. Two of them

     

     
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    Just be thankful that his wife liked New York better than Boston. 

    Having the right to do something doesn't make it the right thing to do.



    Are you implying that all those posters who said Theo made a mistake not topping the NYY offer, were wrong?

     
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    Re: Smooth talking Mark Tiexiera.....

    In response to J-BAY's comment:

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    Just be thankful that his wife liked New York better than Boston. 

    Having the right to do something doesn't make it the right thing to do.

     
    Just imagine, he and Aroid could have both ended up here. Imagine, and shudder. 

     

    Gives new meaning to.... dodged a bullet. Two of them 

     




    The Sox dodged a double-barreled shotgun blast.

     
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    Re: Smooth talking Mark Tiexiera.....

    In response to S5's comment:

    Just be thankful that his wife liked New York better than Boston. 



    so good.  well played.

     
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    Re: Smooth talking Mark Tiexiera.....

    It amazes me that analysts say the Sox losing Texiera to the yankees in 2009 was the turning point in the fate for each franchise.

    Temporarily maybe.......but in the long run?  Sox made the right decision to hold their offer firm and now, well, the balloon payment is due for the yankees and it's just another in a long series of insane contracts the Cashman has dolled out in da bronx.

    Oh well, I say LET THEM EAT CAKE!!!!!!

     
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