Tito misses Schilling

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    Tito misses Schilling

    Schillling was the guy that kept everyone sharp. He was the "bad cop" to Tito's constant "good cop". That's why none of the players like Schilling.

    Tito's idea of managing is just one big game of Patty Cake. Have you ever seen him sit somebody for not hustling, or even yell at one of the players for anything? All he'll ever do is pat them on the butt and say, "get em next time."

    Some teams can manage themselves from within, ala 2003 idiots. But most teams need a manager. That's why you pay one. Our manager needs another Schilling to step up and do his job for him.
     
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    Sorry, 2004 idiots, but you knew that.
     
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    I think that tito misses millar even more!
     
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    That's a load of BS.  Schilling never said anything to anyone that didn't have a microphone. 
     
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    [QUOTE]Schillling was the guy that kept everyone sharp. He was the "bad cop" to Tito's constant "good cop". That's why none of the players like Schilling. Tito's idea of managing is just one big game of Patty Cake. Have you ever seen him sit somebody for not hustling, or even yell at one of the players for anything? All he'll ever do is pat them on the butt and say, "get em next time." Some teams can manage themselves from within, ala 2003 idiots. But most teams need a manager. That's why you pay one. Our manager needs another Schilling to step up and do his job for him.
    Posted by Scott8340[/QUOTE]

    So what you're saying is that if Francona was a ball buster the Sox would've never lost 19 of 25 in Setember and our starting pitchers ERA of 7 plus in the month would have been much better say had he called out Lackey, Beckett, Lester, Wake, Miller, Bedard and Weiland in public or benched Bard and Aceves for the 4 leads they surrendered and heck why not sit Papelbon today that'll teach em for blowing the game vs Toronto...

    Come on man...

    What he misses is not Schillings mouth, he misses his arm...we're in this pickle because of pitching nothing more nothing less....did you know that before we beat the Yanks in game two that was our first win in September without scoring 12 runs...
     
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    [QUOTE]Curt as on weei this morning, great interview.
    Posted by jackbu[/QUOTE]

    He usually has some very good points, even though, they aren't always positive.   He isn't afraid to criticize the players when they deserve it. 
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Tito misses Schilling : He is a very intelligent guy and is great on tv and the radio 
    Posted by thepeskypole6[/QUOTE]

    I agree that I have seen him on TV a few times on ESPN and he is definitely a good analyst, (as well as Nomar).  Many of the other former Red Sox players are on the MLB network, such as Millar, Sean Casey, and Mike Lowell. 
     
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    [QUOTE]Schillling was the guy that kept everyone sharp. He was the "bad cop" to Tito's constant "good cop". That's why none of the players like Schilling. Tito's idea of managing is just one big game of Patty Cake. Have you ever seen him sit somebody for not hustling, or even yell at one of the players for anything? All he'll ever do is pat them on the butt and say, "get em next time." Some teams can manage themselves from within, ala 2003 idiots. But most teams need a manager. That's why you pay one. Our manager needs another Schilling to step up and do his job for him.
    Posted by Scott8340[/QUOTE]
    Schiling needs to go to spring training, & teach the split finger to a few pitchers
     
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    I miss Schilling too, the guy did back up most of his talk on the field.

    Tito takes the soft sell: unlike Scioscia, Martin, Cox, Valentine, Bowa, Herzog, Piniella, Guillen, Weaver
     
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    [QUOTE]I miss Schilling too, the guy did back up most of his talk on the field. Tito takes the soft sell: unlike Scioscia, Martin, Cox, Valentine, Bowa, Herzog, Piniella, Guillen, Weaver
    Posted by beavis[/QUOTE]

    first off...
    Francona has two rings...Cox has 1, Scioscia has 1, Pinella has 1, Guillen has 1 Valentine zero and Bowa zero might have been the worst manager in MLB history with the likes of Kerrigan.

    Martin, Herzog and Weaver are from an entirely different era not even sure why you'd even mention them in a comparision?
     
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    [QUOTE]Schillling was the guy that kept everyone sharp. He was the "bad cop" to Tito's constant "good cop". That's why none of the players like Schilling. Tito's idea of managing is just one big game of Patty Cake. Have you ever seen him sit somebody for not hustling, or even yell at one of the players for anything? All he'll ever do is pat them on the butt and say, "get em next time." Some teams can manage themselves from within, ala 2003 idiots. But most teams need a manager. That's why you pay one. Our manager needs another Schilling to step up and do his job for him.
    Posted by Scott8340[/QUOTE]









    H e definetly was the fattest.
     
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