Posted 11/28/2009 10:14:49 EST
I'm inspired to create my own rankings system. Browns at number one, anybody?
Posted 12/27/2008 11:17:00 EST
If Theo won't trade Buchholz for Saltalamacchia, there's no reason he should trade him for Ianetta. I live in Colorado and get to see Ianetta a lot, and I wouldn't want to see the Sox trade for him. W more »
Posted 05/22/2008 06:20:06 EDT
There's an example of using stats to lie. I'm pretty sure someone said that earlier in this thread, I wonder who... more »
Posted 05/17/2008 01:49:41 EDT
Gonzalez is the SS version of Loretta: great fielding ability but absolutely no range. That's the reason the Sox set the then-record for fielding percentage: Loretta and Gonzalez didn't get to enough more »
Posted 12/08/2007 10:11:47 EST
It's a fact that Lugo has more range than Gonzalez. Yes, Gonzalez was very good with the glove, but he's morbidly slow in the field. Lugo isn't as good with the glove, but he will reach a lot more bal more »
Posted 11/20/2007 01:04:40 EST
From all I've heard and seen, I don't see Lowrie as an improvement over Lugo at all. Lowrie was a 2B in college, being converted to SS in our minor league system. And he's still in the middle of that more »
Posted 11/14/2007 11:44:12 EST
Really, do you have so much time in your life that you must come to an internet message board and make meaningless chit-chat? If you want to nitpick a World Series winning team, go tell somebody that more »
Posted 11/11/2007 05:45:16 EST
You only enjoyed the article because you were mentioned in it.
and both your fan-bases are obnoxious as hell.
Posted 10/14/2007 02:09:14 EDT
In reality, Gagne pitched the best tonight, out of our three remaining options in the bullpen at least. They failed us tonight, not Francona, not Theo. Blame the players for once, or even credit the I more »
Posted 10/13/2007 03:56:21 EDT
Don't judge the Rockies when you've watched probably about five of their games this season. They have the most dangerous line-up in baseball, because no other team in baseball had three 100-RBI player more »
Posted 09/30/2007 01:39:33 EDT
You're basing Hoffman's Hall of Fame chances on a few blown games and never being able to win a World Series? Guess Cal Ripken Jr. is worthless, he never won a World Series. Sorry Ted Williams, you co more »
Posted 08/19/2007 12:38:53 EDT
It's called resting your players. Ever hear of such a thing? more »
Posted 08/18/2007 11:13:44 EDT
And we would have eventually had to bring in Papelbon in anyways if Gagne came in first. Enjoy the five-run win please. more »
Posted 08/18/2007 11:07:50 EDT
What does that have to do with anything in this thread?
And I do remember last year. Red Sox did not have a 4.5 game lead on August 18th of last year.
Posted 08/18/2007 11:01:59 EDT
bit*** ...fu*** Sorry, but I can't think of any expletives that fit with the ones you used. Bitten? Fuzzy? And the others already answered your questions, and all you can do is attack them. Don't ask more »
Posted 08/17/2007 02:07:38 EDT
The problem is that Drew is the best #5 hitter we have; Youkilis and Lowell haven't performed very well when put in that spot. Keep Youkilis and Lowell at #2 and #6, respectively, where they are more more »
Posted 08/17/2007 02:03:34 EDT
I could see it happening once we clinch a playoff spot. And for the less games Mirabelli playing, it might actually increase his playing time. Varitek can't catch five games in a row, unless they deci more »
Posted 08/17/2007 01:59:00 EDT
1.5 years? Where have you been? Last time I checked Wily Mo batted .301 with 11 HR and 42 RBI in 276 ABs. If you count that as bad, I don't want to know your expectations of someone to be "good". more »
Posted 08/14/2007 03:57:28 EDT
So you enjoy more when a player strikes out and walks back to the dugout with a smile than? more »
Posted 08/14/2007 03:53:11 EDT
Have fun living in the past, I guess. more »
Posted 08/14/2007 12:30:38 EDT
The writing style in your posts is far too similar to headofted for me to rule out you being a second account or something. more »
Posted 08/12/2007 01:40:53 EDT
What's the point of the Red Sox playing an entire season if you only look at a certain part of it? Because it's kind of strange when we look at the entire season and see that we're the best team in ba more »
Posted 08/12/2007 12:20:56 EDT
That's why he uses "or" a lot, so he increases his chances of being right.
The Red Sox are either good or bad. - I'm right either way, using such logic!
Posted 08/11/2007 11:57:37 EDT
In the end, the General Manger is only the face of the franchise. He doesn't make decisions all by himself; he needs info from the scouts and consent from the owners, among other things, to make moves more »
Posted 08/11/2007 11:51:06 EDT
To them the Red Sox Entiity is a successful business.
I'd call the Red Sox having the best record in baseball pretty successful.
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