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  • Posted 04/10/2011 07:19:51 EDT

    After tonight, Sox welcome another 1-8 team on Monday.

    The worst is yet to come.

  • Posted 01/17/2011 07:46:19 EST

    I live in NYC, so I like what happened tonight. But I have to say this. The Jets are still thugs. And many of their fans are thugs. I'm a Giants fan, so I have mixed feelings about all this. But they' more »

  • Posted 07/02/2010 03:26:46 EDT

    Yeah. And sometimes the water from my tap doesn't come out clear.

    Who do I sue? more »

  • Posted 06/23/2010 11:49:11 EDT

    I voted for Obama, but he's clearly not the man for the job. There are too many screw-ups for me to even care to post about here. The Republicans need to find a viable candidate for the next president more »

  • Posted 05/08/2010 03:06:14 EDT

    baltimoresox wrote:

    "i drink it down to the tune of a-rod and jeter making love in a gymnasium full of cash."

    . . .

    Interesting fantasy you've got going there. more »

  • Comment on: Cameron%20to%20DL

    Posted 04/20/2010 04:20:58 EDT

    I don't disagree, terps. But, by definition, a slumping team is a losing team, if only temporarily. Just as winning is contagious, so is losing. The game is much less fun for the players, and it shows more »

  • Comment on: Cameron%20to%20DL

    Posted 04/20/2010 04:09:19 EDT

    shrek61 wrote: terpsforsox wrote: You are so correct. You are going to have a nice chance coming up to get on track with the schedule fairly nice. 6 of 12 with the Orioles good be just what the octor more »

  • Comment on: Cameron%20to%20DL

    Posted 04/20/2010 12:11:17 EDT

    blheil288 wrote: Oh and Francoeur is a joke keep him far away from Boston. Didn't he get straight up sent to the minors last year? Yeah, that's what we need. . . . You might not think so if you've see more »

  • Comment on: Cameron%20to%20DL

    Posted 04/20/2010 12:08:40 EDT

    BrianW16 wrote: Just a footnote on the Mets talk: They currently have a better winning percentage than the Red Sox. . . . True. I don't know if there's talk in Boston about jettisoning Terry Francona. more »

  • Comment on: Cameron%20to%20DL

    Posted 04/20/2010 11:59:27 EDT

    One more thing: Francoeur's power numbers will suffer at the cavernous Citi Field. (Just ask David Wright.) Playing half his games in Boston will likely help him increase his HR's and RBI's. more »

  • Comment on: Cameron%20to%20DL

    Posted 04/20/2010 11:54:36 EDT

    terpsforsox wrote: SkateNY: Fair enough, I knew he turned it around after a poor 2008, but I didn't realize his numbers were quite as decent as they were (decent, not terrific). But you listed three r more »

  • Comment on: Cameron%20to%20DL

    Posted 04/20/2010 11:35:06 EDT

    terpsforsox wrote: Jermaine Dye, Jeff Francoeur... Hey, I heard Barry Bonds is available! Why not make a run at him? *sarcasm* . . . Francoeur is having a great year (so far) batting in an anemic line more »

  • Comment on: Cameron%20to%20DL

    Posted 04/20/2010 11:13:07 EDT

    The Sox should make a run at the Mets' Jeff Francoeur, particularly if the Metsies continue to slide, and most particularly if/when their manager is asked to leave. more »

  • Comment on: 'End of an era'

    Posted 01/10/2010 09:06:02 EST

    Nice comment but off the mark. In the end, you blamed the NFL commissioner for the Patriot's loss. Parity means nothing unless you win. It's any team in professional sports to diagnosis that their tea more »

  • Posted 12/12/2009 03:31:42 EST

    Another phony in the world of celebrities. What a shock. I have no sympathy for him, but I do feel for his wife and children.

    Pity he couldn't do the same. more »

  • Posted 11/07/2009 04:25:34 EST

    They absolutely gotta keep Matsui. But, being the Yankees, they probably won't. It's a damn shame. Does anyone in the front office even think that because he didn't play the field this year he became more »