Sox Rotation and Wakefield

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    [QUOTE]creates a single payer health care system , and free education for all And he called down from his mountain and said, "let there be free education and health care". And it was free, and it was so. 
    Posted by S0ftl@w[/QUOTE]

    Yes, you are right. Jesus would have wanted children to starve and be dumb and be sick. 

    Before there was public assisted healthcare and public schools everyone was so educated and healthy! Let's go back to the stone ages. It was so much more fun then.

     
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    Hey Cater, relax man...life's short.
     
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    I'm fine, I just get tired of the bashing of Wake and then somehow the forum goes into politics hour during the bashing. I figured why not post something to stop the madness. I think it worked, sort of.
     
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    Petes, life was a lot shorter for a lot of people during WWII
     
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    i deleted that other post as to not offend. If soft did the same, I'm pretty sure he would have to delete his entire history here.
     
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    I just wanna see the guy get his 200th.  Pretty elite company, no matter what people think of him. 

    But I'd be surprised to see him start a game until/unless the Sox lock the division. 

     
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    Sox need to see what they really have in Miller for the rest of the season.  He is a candidate for rotation next year, Wake probably is not.

     
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    Yes, you are right. Jesus would have wanted children to starve and be dumb and be sick.

    Good point. Soup lines meant people were starving during hard times and more than soup needed to be replaced by entitlements. And, yes, public education and public barrier to entry licensing instead of apprenticeship has created smarter and skilled workforce for a very reasonable price funded by Jesus.

    Jesus obviously belived in a public policy of socialism, simply read what he said. Jesus would have loved Europe and denounced the founding fathers for using privilege to promote an "evey man for himself" government policy disguised as a call for freedom.

    Lets be progressive and think forward to European socialism.
     
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    [QUOTE]Yes, you are right. Jesus would have wanted children to starve and be dumb and be sick. Good point. Soup lines meant people were starving during hard times and more than soup needed to be replaced by entitlements. And, yes, public education and public barrier to entry licensing instead of apprenticeship has created smarter and skilled workforce for a very reasonable price funded by Jesus. Jesus obviously belived in a public policy of socialism, simply read what he said. Jesus would have loved Europe and denounced the founding fathers for using privilege to promote an "evey man for himself" government policy disguised as a call for freedom. Lets be progressive and think forward to European socialism.
    Posted by S0ftl@w[/QUOTE]

    Now this religious nut-case is a self-appointed expert on Jesus.

    Jesus!
     
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    ...and he still clings to the belief (and lie) that Wake was being "hidden" and protected by getting extra days off.

    No matter how many times I have showed him the facts, he keeps spewing the same lie.

    Until being pushed back from texas to Oakland, he had never missed a start or been pushed back.

    He was our 6th starter. Once he was pressed into the rotation on May 22nd, the only "extar days" off he got was from team days off and the allstart break.

    From May 22nd to today, no Sox starter has more games started or more IP than Wake.

    If Wake was being coddled, then all the other Sox starters were being more coddled.

    The clown knows no other way to make his point than to lie and spread misinformation.
     
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    moon, also what is wake's history when he gets more rest? not a very good start. It's hard to explain, but it seems that is what happens. The longer he sits, the more ineffective he is. The more he pitches in a consistent turn, the better he is. That is not just an opinion. You can look this up on the longer layoffs and extra days. This start was not a big push back, but it was a push back nevertheless. I agreed with it in so much that Wakefield has never pitched very well in Texas.
     
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    [QUOTE]...and he still clings to the belief (and lie) that Wake was being "hidden" and protected by getting extra days off. No matter how many times I have showed him the facts, he keeps spewing the same lie. Until being pushed back from texas to Oakland, he had never missed a start or been pushed back. He was our 6th starter. Once he was pressed into the rotation on May 22nd, the only "extar days" off he got was from team days off and the allstart break. From May 22nd to today, no Sox starter has more games started or more IP than Wake. If Wake was being coddled, then all the other Sox starters were being more coddled. The clown knows no other way to make his point than to lie and spread misinformation.
    Posted by moonslav59[/QUOTE]

    This is the truth.
     
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    Now this religious nut-case is a self-appointed expert on Jesus.

    Board bully stooge, your sidekick Moonslow flippantly injected Jesus in the context of Jesus endorsing Social entitlement programs.

    Harnut, if you are going to attack me, at least read the comments on who the self-appointed expert on Jesus and public policy is. Idiot!
     
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    [QUOTE]moon, also what is wake's history when he gets more rest? not a very good start. It's hard to explain, but it seems that is what happens. The longer he sits, the more ineffective he is. The more he pitches in a consistent turn, the better he is. That is not just an opinion. You can look this up on the longer layoffs and extra days. This start was not a big push back, but it was a push back nevertheless. I agreed with it in so much that Wakefield has never pitched very well in Texas.
    Posted by dannycater[/QUOTE]

    I know his recent history (2007 and beyond) shows him breaking down at the end of the season (after August). I advocated 2 ways of "resting him":

    1) He could have pitched less innings throughout the season, which would have taxed the pen.

    2) He could have been given 2-4 starts off, then put back into a regular routine, but we really had no better options until we got Bedard (and Wake is usually good in August, so...). 

     

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