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  • Posted 08/21/2012 02:32:51 EDT

    So this is how it's been. The coaching staff and manager don't talk. And we call the PLAYERS babies? It was amaze me if an organization could remotely succeed this way, with the owners, managers and c more »

  • Posted 06/22/2012 08:21:26 EDT

    Great to have "hot hands" playing - especially when the hot hand is a better player than the cold ones. What about Nava? This guy is a throwback. A winner. A ballplayer's ballplayer. Why would they ev more »

  • Posted 05/31/2012 06:29:05 EDT

    Does anyone else think Daniel Nava ought to be a big part of this team? He's just an old-time baseball player. He gets on base and is happy to be up there against a Verlander in a make or break situat more »

  • Posted 05/07/2012 11:34:32 EDT

    When you're down early, a long reliever needs to be able to pitch more than 2 innings. Getting guys up every day to throw an inning or two is nuts. And to whoever said "they are playing well right now more »

  • Posted 05/05/2012 05:45:02 EDT

    This is a rookie mistake made by a nitwit, and made worse by a manager who let him throw all those 126 pitches. Sox continue to disgust me. more »

  • Posted 04/06/2012 08:03:10 EDT

    Dan, Are you already running out of things to write? Sox come back against maybe the best closer in baseball, then lose on bloopers and grounders (which just happen to be what pitchers TRY to get hitt more »

  • Posted 03/23/2012 09:09:58 EDT

    Getting a little loose in the clubhouse is one thing. Now that the Sox blew what might have been a great season and have resolved to change their approach as an organization, one would think a zero-to more »

  • Posted 03/22/2012 07:37:57 EDT

    Green-Ellis was not the greatest player but was a true Pat. He got the most out of his ability. Great contributor. Certainly can be replaced, but will be missed. He ran vertically and never fumbled. E more »

  • Posted 03/06/2012 05:33:38 EST

    The guy is giving Spring Training an urgency, an importance, that will set the focus for the season. Not a bad idea. Attention to detail. Not a bad idea. Enthusiasm for the game itself. Not a bad idea more »

  • Posted 02/19/2012 08:55:29 EST

    Take a look at the career stats of Ozzie Smith and Omar Vizquel. Neither could hit a lick when they came up and both became all-stars. If the kid has the mentality to work on his OBP I say put him in! more »

  • Posted 01/21/2012 03:35:40 EST

    Yes, there have been a lot of breaks for the Pats. Meeting Baltimore is not one of them. This is a playoff-hardened team and a serious challenge. Good news is that the Pats are being judged on their r more »

  • Posted 12/15/2011 11:03:43 EST

    A good arm is always a good thing, BUT . . . If this is the big addition of the off-season it's pretty weak. The poll we were offered doesn't go far enough. Yes, the team got better, but on balance is more »

  • Posted 12/11/2011 06:14:30 EST

    Boston sports are sadly fading into the realm of "competitive is good enough." It's where we were 20 years ago, when the Sox would sign one big name just as tickets went on sale but never get the guy more »

  • Posted 08/27/2011 10:04:01 EDT

    In Response to Re: Patriots-Lions game thread: WOW these Lions are the greatest team I’ve ever seen! The Purple People Eaters on defense and now the second coming of Johnny Unitas as QB. No way anyone more »

  • Posted 08/27/2011 10:02:00 EDT

    WOW these Lions are the greatest team I’ve ever seen! The Purple People Eaters on defense and now the second coming of Johnny Unitas as QB. No way anyone beats them this year. Packers might as well re more »

  • Posted 04/29/2011 09:49:01 EDT

    BB Must really like his young LBs and expect a lot more pressure from them this year... more »

  • Forum Post: OT? WTGF?!!!

    Posted 04/28/2011 11:32:01 EDT

    A first round LOADED with just what the Pats needed - pass rush - and two picks to make - so how come there's no help? I think Bill has read his press clippings and thinks he has to outsmart someone e more »

  • Posted 04/07/2011 05:15:36 EDT

    I don't think this is a "loosing streak." I think things are tightening actually. Please learn the word LOSING. It's a LOSING streak. more »

  • Posted 04/07/2011 05:12:56 EDT

    Makes me glad I live in Oregon. Here it's just a game. Makes me wonder if this group, by being so firmly entrenched as Red Sox mainstays, have replaced urgency with complacency. Where are the dirt dog more »

  • Posted 02/10/2011 12:49:53 EST

    The old timers might say that Bill Sharman was the best shooter of all. But the C's were a running team and with only 2 points awarded for long shots, they were going to the hoop. Still, I saw Sharman more »

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    Posted 08/19/2010 12:32:52 EDT

    Doesn't anyone remember Willie Mays? All the qualities of these other guys rolled into one package. Joy in playing the game and electric talent in every aspect of his game made him the best to watch. more »