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  • Posted 09/21/2014 04:52:58 EDT

    McCann is having a strong finish.

  • Posted 09/21/2014 11:35:13 EDT

    In response to Bill-806's comment: In response to Hfxsoxnut's comment: [QUOTE] In response to Bill-806's comment: [QUOTE] Pumpsie, are you stalking me ????  I get the feeling that you look to pick on more »

  • Posted 09/21/2014 11:23:20 EDT

    In response to Bill-806's comment: Pumpsie, are you stalking me ????  I get the feeling that you look to pick on me ????? LOL Bill, Pumpsie is a moderator and you just posted an insult in the moderato more »

  • Posted 09/21/2014 11:19:02 EDT

    In response to billge's comment: I think Charlie Sheen would do a heckuva aa job working with this group.  He might even turn it into a TV show. Yeah thats the ticket, Charlie for moderator. Roger Goo more »

  • Posted 09/21/2014 10:45:46 EDT

    In response to jesseyeric's comment: I was locked out for several days - not sure why. Wow, I see there are silly pushings going on around here. What is with the sarcasm towards t-cal Doug? Pretty muc more »

  • Posted 09/21/2014 09:42:02 EDT

    In response to chetgnat's comment: i'm curious, are there any rumors about these guys, especially the young guys (jbj, middlebrooks, xander) liking the herb a little too much? it would explain a lot o more »

  • Posted 09/21/2014 09:36:24 EDT

    softlaw did come up with some funny ones - 'stat snippet', 'wheelchair contract', 'Gotham gorilla' (Yankees)

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  • Posted 09/21/2014 09:29:44 EDT

    In response to davidap's comment: None of the HOF voters care a bit about WAR. they care about accomplishments over a career. And yes we are talking about the HOF. so... Narratives matter too. I think more »

  • Posted 09/21/2014 09:24:41 EDT

    In response to davidap's comment: WAR is not the sole statistical metric for measuring baseball players. Would you take Tom Seaver over Pedro Martinez? According to WAR, Seaver was significantly bette more »

  • Posted 09/21/2014 09:20:59 EDT

    One of the best defensive outfields the Red Sox ever had was the one they used in the late innings in the 2007 postseason:

    Ellsbury - Crisp - Drew

    That was a rock solid outfield.

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  • Posted 09/21/2014 09:00:31 EDT

    In response to Bill-806's comment:

    He will fall off the table and will fall hard/ugly........  My opinion & I stand by it !!!



    And when did you first start saying that Bill ??? !!!

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  • Posted 09/20/2014 09:47:37 EDT

    I've got one.  This was a sad story.  His lifetime numbers, both for the Red Sox and his MLB career, are as follows: W-L 2-0 ERA 0.69 IP 13.0 H 9 R 1 BB 3 SO 15 His name - Juan Pena.  He pitched those more »

  • Posted 09/20/2014 06:39:59 EDT

    Look at Ortiz's World Series slash lines:

    2004 308/471/615 - 1086 OPS

    2007 333/412/533 - 945 OPS

    2013 688/760/1188 - 1948 OPS

    Total 455/576/795 - 1372 OPS

    These are incredible numbers.

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  • Posted 09/20/2014 06:26:17 EDT

    But I never claimed Ortiz was a better hitter than Williams, and I never would.

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  • Posted 09/20/2014 06:18:48 EDT

    In response to sycophant123's comment: Objectively Williams was a much better hitter. His CAREER ops is 1116. All of this other stuff you guys are talking about is completlely subjective.  You might a more »

  • Posted 09/20/2014 05:54:38 EDT

    A certain poster has accused Big Papi of being a 'home run or nothing' guy a number of times now.  When I hear something that I know is wrong one too many times, I feel like I should present the facts more »

  • Posted 09/20/2014 02:04:03 EDT

    In response to -BurritoT's comment: In response to Hfxsoxnut's comment: [QUOTE] Ted Williams was the greatest hitter in Red Sox history, no debate. But Ortiz is the greatest clutch hitter and the grea more »

  • Posted 09/20/2014 11:41:01 EDT

    In response to -BurritoT's comment: that would be hankwilliams in this particular thread.... and pike had at least two aliases in this thread....  and harness was his usual self. There may have been m more »

  • Posted 09/20/2014 09:49:14 EDT

    I'm thinking Jeter would be pretty well loved in Boston if fate had shaken out differently and he had played his career in a Red Sox uniform.

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  • Posted 09/20/2014 09:44:40 EDT

    In response to -BurritoT's comment: Wow is all I can say. 67redsox is annoying, grating, and a leaves me with nothing other than hard feelings - but that is ONLY because of her  religious views that s more »

  • Forum Post: Box Sets

    Posted 09/20/2014 09:17:43 EDT

    The best deal I ever got on a box set was Jeff Beck's 'Beckology'.  I got it from Columbia House for half-price, I think it was around thirty bucks, for 3 maximum length CD's.  The first CD was mostly more »

  • Posted 09/20/2014 08:47:27 EDT

    Ted Williams was the greatest hitter in Red Sox history, no debate.

    But Ortiz is the greatest clutch hitter and the greatest post-season hitter.

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  • Posted 09/20/2014 08:44:15 EDT

    In response to pinstripezac35's comment: Y pinch hit JBJ 4 brentz in 10th after U took a 2R lead the kid had 2 B dissapointed (maybe both kids) getting PH 4 by jr can't help 1's confidence Brentz had more »

  • Posted 09/19/2014 04:48:16 EDT

    Pumpsie is doing a better job than Roger Goodell, easily.

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  • Posted 09/19/2014 02:08:28 EDT

    In response to SonicsMonksLyresVicars' comment: Hi Hf.  I am in a bit of a feisty mood so while you know I like and respect you a lot, "old guys"?  On behalf of old guys everywhere....foooock off!  ;- more »

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