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  • Posted 04/11/2014 04:58:32 EDT

    Whats this? Celtics fans forgot their clinical repeating nightmare?? Goes something like this: Draft stud player.. and.. he dies. Bias, Lewis.. thats like one every decade. How many tanking seasons ar more »

  • Posted 04/10/2014 12:12:04 EDT

    uh, obviously no die hard celtics fan wants the c's to win another game. Im surprised no one started a thread that 'we' tied orlando for top 3 now. i guess fungus has finally been surpressed or his da more »

  • Posted 02/08/2014 09:22:42 EST

    ok someone who is employed at the website it is. unless you have these new posts connected to a pager or something.. eat oll the pork you want i only find it mildly offensive myself and i like that me more »

  • Posted 02/08/2014 08:50:23 EST

    no, but am i wrong, fierce just intimated he was an indian youth, who probably is trying to get some engineering degree somewhere, and he is just particular about externalized data.. who said when wha more »

  • Posted 11/21/2013 09:43:02 EST

    owners make a yahoo amount of money.. so big signings are like marketing strategies.who knows the real worth a prince fielder brings to a team. probably much more then his salary anyways. 

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  • Posted 08/27/2012 02:34:00 EDT

    The curse of Theo leaving. (for no compensation) Now the inheritance he left us is also gone. (for no compensation) we can go to the old way of  rearing farm prospects in the village while we watch th more »

  • Forum Post: What I don't get?

    Posted 08/25/2012 02:55:03 EDT

    There is no salary cap in baseball. Fans want to see superstars. Boston Red Sox made it to primetime after the wade boggs , greenwell  no star era to fielding at least 6-7 allstars big names since eps more »

  • Posted 08/24/2012 11:57:26 EDT

    I remember people where on this board going gaga the year we got gonzo and crawford. Gonzales has been a superstar. So we get rid of a top player so that we can also get rid of another potential star more »

  • Posted 01/24/2012 04:40:45 EST

    No idea how the pats won that game. the way brady played makes me want to know what the spread was for the game..  no way to argue about this particular play. welker underneath wide open. run is obvio more »

  • Posted 08/19/2011 09:37:30 EDT

    jd crawbust more »

  • Posted 08/19/2011 06:53:06 EDT

    i think that 70% precent of fans thought this was an awkward signing right from the start. the gm was high from his trade for agon and in the state of jubilation decided to top it off with some more b more »

  • Posted 07/05/2011 01:26:06 EDT

    yeah its funny how a first round draftipick, no matter how low, is first bunched in with the stars of the team, as an important piece of the winning puzzle. and then no one hears about them for half t more »

  • Posted 05/17/2011 06:53:43 EDT

    i cringed when they signed crawford. it was a show off move. they already made a huge splash with agon and so there was no need for this at all. should have spent it on a pitcher. more »

  • Forum Post: Arrogant

    Posted 05/06/2011 01:39:18 EDT

    omg this is such a long thread and i cant believe

    no one mentioned that LA is like in mexico by now.

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  • Posted 04/19/2011 02:40:34 EDT

    thats right miami is the favorite



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  • Posted 12/05/2010 09:33:56 EST

    actually its true his stats arent soo great. theres just a bunch of people who need to unload energy and so all this hype. its a nice piece of the puzzle but thats about it.. am not a fan of huge cont more »

  • Posted 12/05/2010 08:27:46 EST

    hmm, after reading all 19 pages of agon not coming to beantowne.. also checking the sandiego fans comments about agon not running out groundballs... and now we are back to the trade coming through i d more »

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