Vincent Padilla Arrested

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    Vincent Padilla's passport was revoked when he did not pay the 540$ a month for child support for his 10th child.
     
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    the future of the team
     
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    Are the authorities sure they got the right guy? It could be Fausto Carmona?
     
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    Vincent Padilla's passport was revoked when he did not pay the 540$ a month for child support for his 10th child.
    Posted by myaim45


    Who is your avatar by the way?
     
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    In Response to Re: Vincent Padilla Arrested : Yeah...veterans on a minor league contract usually are the future of your team
    Posted by thepeskypole6



    I think there was heavy sarcasm intended...
     
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    Posted by ADG


    This is a question I've also asked myself...
     
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    The last thing the Sox need is a disruptive force in the clubhouse.     Doubtful that Padilla would have made the team out of spring training.
     
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    The fact that the Sox signed Padilla after conferring about the decision as a group is quite telling. I suspect that both Bob McClure and Bobby Valentine had a vote in the move...

     
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    haha could not help but laugh when i read that. Hopefully padilla will be forced to stay where he is. the last thing this team needs is a cancer like him. 
     
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    Posted by stodknocker


    Enquiring minds need to know, knocker!
     
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    Vincent Padilla's passport was revoked when he did not pay the 540$ a month for child support for his 10th child.
    Posted by myaim45

    i find your avatar very rude and disrespectful to all women everywhere... could u not at least find a woman with big but real melons?
     
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    that was some good Gm'ing there Ben! You let Paps walk but signed this guy....

     
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    Signing Padilla must have cost the Red Sox about $30,000 but don't let the facts get in the way of your trolling.
     
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    he invested $30,000 in Padilla, but not a dollar in Paps...good GM'ing there BenC!
     
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    he invested $30,000 in Padilla, but not a dollar in Paps...good GM'ing there BenC!
    Posted by georom4


    Can you elaborate on the above comment? Many in the forum have no idea about what you are saying. Too much Chianti?
     
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    he invested $30,000 in Padilla, but not a dollar in Paps...good GM'ing there BenC!
    Posted by georom4

    Let's see......didn't overpay with $ 12.5 mil / year for 4 year lock-in, instead traded spare parts and secured TWO closers; one potential & one proven. Successfully dumped a $ 7.5 million 36 yr. old rangeless/ injury-bugged shortstop for a pitching warm body. Signed or traded for a good platoon of outfielders and managed / is managing replacement of team captain / over the hill All -star catcher. Has spent virtually nothing and corralled a group of four would-be emergency fifth starters, all with M.L. experience. Held on to ALL best prospects while low-bidding for 5th starter which MAY not be needed anyway.
     
    Yeah, REALLY bad General Managing, huh ?   Hmm, if he gets a motivated and effective Dice-K back by June, solid job-winning seasons by Lavarnway & Iglesias, and a bit of luck......he's M.L. Gen. Mgr. of the year !

    More b.s. out of you and it's ignore time, like softlaw.
     
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         Let's give a warm round of applause for the lovely, the talented, the Children of the Corn mega-star, Miss Zita Vass.....or is it Vita Zass?

    “Pray for the dead, and fight like hell for the living.”

    -          “Mother” Mary Harris Jones (union and community organizer, born 1837 (Ireland) – 1930 (U.S.))

    “You see, until a few weeks ago, it seemed as if Wall Street had effectively bribed and bullied our political system into forgetting about that whole drawing lavish paychecks while destroying the world economy thing. Then, all of a sudden, some people insisted on bringing the subject up again. And their (Occupy Wall Street) outrage has found resonance with millions of Americans. No wonder Wall Street is whining.”

    -          Paul Krugman, Princeton economist, N.Y. Times column, 10/16/11

     
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    In Response to Re: Vincent Padilla Arrested:
    In Response to Re: Vincent Padilla Arrested : Let's see......didn't overpay with $ 12.5 mil / year for 4 year lock-in, instead traded spare parts and secured TWO closers; one potential & one proven. Successfully dumped a $ 7.5 million 36 yr. old rangeless/ injury-bugged shortstop for a pitching warm body. Signed or traded for a good platoon of outfielders and managed / is managing replacement of team captain / over the hill All -star catcher. Has spent virtually nothing and corralled a group of four would-be emergency fifth starters, all with M.L. experience. Held on to ALL best prospects while low-bidding for 5th starter which MAY not be needed anyway.   Yeah, REALLY bad General Managing, huh ?   Hmm, if he gets a motivated and effective Dice-K back by June, solid job-winning seasons by Lavarnway & Iglesias, and a bit of luck......he's M.L. Gen. Mgr. of the year ! More b.s. out of you and it's ignore time, like softlaw.
    Posted by jimedfred


    the sox, as is right now, will not win 90 games.....you are delusional you rose-colored glasses polyanna
     
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    In Response to Re: Vincent Padilla Arrested : the sox, as is right now, will not win 90 games.....you are delusional you rose-colored glasses polyanna
    Posted by georom4


     
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    In Response to Re: Vincent Padilla Arrested : the sox, as is right now, will not win 90 games.....you are delusional you rose-colored glasses polyanna
    Posted by georom4

    Am I really ?
    In 2011 Sox got 76 starts by Miller/Lackey/Wakefield/Weiland/Bedard.....except for Miller ALL gone now. They delivered cumulative 442.1 innings, 26-28 record, 5.70 E.R.A., 1.553 WHIP...and additional 36 unearned runs for a "real" Total Run Avg. of 6.43.

    Career averages by total of Silva/Cook/Padilla show 4.49 ERA, 1.413 WHIP, and T.R.A. of 4.84 ( Wakefield grossly inflates any total average of runs allowed).
    Most recent year (2010 for Padilla & Silva)) pitched by these injury retreads shows ERA of 4.77 and WHIP of 1.323. Now we won't get 442 innings from them , nor will we need to with Bard, Dice-K , etc. But the potential for SERIOUS improvement is obvious.
    Not rose-colored, just fogged up.....it's cold in Colorado.
     
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    I for one am hoping Vicente Padilla gets his stuff together and makes something of this for himself and the Red Sox.

    It may be his last shot.
    The dude can pitch.
     
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    In Response to Re: Vincent Padilla Arrested : Am I really ? In 2011 Sox got 76 starts by Miller/Lackey/Wakefield/Weiland/Bedard.....except for Miller ALL gone now. They delivered cumulative 442.1 innings, 26-28 record, 5.70 E.R.A., 1.553 WHIP...and additional 36 unearned runs for a "real" Total Run Avg. of 6.43. Career averages by total of Silva/Cook/Padilla show 4.49 ERA, 1.413 WHIP, and T.R.A. of 4.84 ( Wakefield grossly inflates any total average of runs allowed). Most recent year (2010 for Padilla & Silva)) pitched by these injury retreads shows ERA of 4.77 and WHIP of 1.323. Now we won't get 442 innings from them , nor will we need to with Bard, Dice-K , etc. But the potential for SERIOUS improvement is obvious. Not rose-colored, just fogged up.....it's cold in Colorado.
    Posted by jimedfred


    what about the Yanks, Rangers, Angels, Tigers, etc? Did they improve their teams? 90 wins in this league would be good...but it aint going to get you in the postseason. The Red Sox will be good - like last yr - but not a contender. They need Oswalt to contend because our big 3 never are - not for an entire season.
     
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    In Response to Re: Vincent Padilla Arrested : what about the Yanks, Rangers, Angels, Tigers, etc? Did they improve their teams? 90 wins in this league would be good...but it aint going to get you in the postseason. The Red Sox will be good - like last yr - but not a contender. They need Oswalt to contend because our big 3 never are - not for an entire season.
    Posted by georom4

    Maybe I AM being unrealistic, but I'm counting on two main factors.
    1) an overall 5 % increase in offense due to increased productivity in right and left fields, third base, and catcher versus lefties.
    2) an overall increase of 5 % in defensive efficiency from upgrade at shortstop, no Wakefield, and ( perhaps vain ) hope that WHOEVER 4th & 5th starters are, they just can't be as bad as Wake/Lackey/Miller/Weiland/Bedard proved to be.

    A total improvement of 10 % translates to 9 more wins from 2011's 90.
    But you're absolutely correct that if Big 3 don't deliver 90 starts between them we're in trouble, barring a miraculous development like Doubront or Bard being a Cy Young candidate !
     
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