The Red Sox Winning Record Has Been Fool's Gold

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    What's the ETA of Frank's next post here? Laughing

     
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    the yanks are old frank...and declining...we are younger and getting better...deal with it

     
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    What's the ETA of Frank's next post here? Laughing



    When Middlebrooks strikes out on his first AB tonight? When Gomes doesn't hit a HR on his first AB tonight? Maybe when Lester gets his 5th win tonight... Because in a weird way that proves his irrelevantly dull point. 

    Fools Gold? Maybe if the team was over-performing. However, even he points out, there's more than enough areas where they're under-performing ( HRs, BA, OBP to name a few ).

     
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    What's the ETA of Frank's next post here? Laughing

    morning Nut'....guess you didn't have to wait long at all...already has a new load of nonsense up.... 


     
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    What's the ETA of Frank's next post here? Laughing

     

    morning Nut'....guess you didn't have to wait long at all...already has a new load of nonsense up.... 


     




    True, but his heart doesn't seem to be in it this morning.

    Not many posts.

     
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    Good morning to my good Red Sox friends on this forum.

    Piling on wins against the cellar dwellar, Triple A Houston Astros, has been a lot of fool’s gold; you’ve been catching the worst team in MLB. My good friends, you’ve become too smitten with yourselves just because your Sox put some wins together in April.

    Your Sox record when Lester and Buchholtz(who has never pitched 200 or more innings) is a pedestrian 9-7.

    Moreover, your Sox offense has several key players with anemic batting averages:

    Drew=.146; Gomes=.179; Middlebrooks=.202; Saltalamacchia= .239

    And the mighty pitching staff? A closer look exposes its flaws; in fact it looks more like Minnie than Mighty.

    First let’s examine your starting rotation. After your number one and two, you're saddled with end of the rotation pitchers. Lackey is a total unknown. Dempster is a NL finesse pitcher who dramatically failed last year in Texas. Doubront is totally inconsistent; he has an ERA= 4.24.

    Next the highly touted bullpen. Miller ERA=4.76; Mortensen ERA=5.06; Hanrahan ERA=11.57; Wright ERA= 12.27 Aceves and Bard were demoted.

    Remember no World Series Championships are passed out in April.



    You don't have any "friends" on this Red Sox board. You are here solely to stir the pot. Its pointless to try discussing baseball with a troll such as yourself.


    One big bat, two more solid SP's and possibly bringing back Miller and/or Ue should put us right back in the 2015 PS if we can stay relatively healthy.  Guys like Middy, Craig or Nap, Shane, Lav, JBJ, Brentz, Cecchini and either Vas or Swihart along with a couple young arms need  to be trade bait for a bat.  Pitchers can be had as FA's.  The one prospect who has yet to see major league action I wouldn't trade is Marrero because of his glove at SS to cover Bogy in the event of injury or struggles again.

     
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