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  • Posted 01/28/2015 06:17:01 EST

    In response to notin's comment: So who thinks it would be funny if Aaron Hernandez takes the stand tomorrow and blurts out in court "BELICHICK HAD THOSE BALLS DEFLATED! !! HE DOES IT ALL THE TIME! !! more »

  • Posted 01/28/2015 04:34:39 EST

    In response to moonslav59's comment: In response to emp9's comment: [QUOTE] "Our kids will never get a chance, if we keep signing guys like Capuano. This is the year we should give a couple of our you more »

  • Posted 01/28/2015 10:31:11 EST

    "Our kids will never get a chance, if we keep signing guys like Capuano. This is the year we should give a couple of our young arms a look... a long look." And that's the thing. Ranaudo didn't quite g more »

  • Posted 01/27/2015 02:55:35 EST

      NHSteven:"Pats had balls inflated to minimum allowable PSI, while Colts set it higher; then balls lost pressure." This is what I thought all along (and I still do think this). I also find it kiiiind more »

  • Posted 01/20/2015 07:12:12 EST

    Seems like The one year rentals of Zimmerman and Fister have been trade possibilities all off season. I don't know how the Scherzer signing changes that? Maybe that's true, but sure doesn't seem like more »

  • Posted 01/19/2015 02:01:14 EST

    I put "Break up" in quotes because I don't think trading one player should be labeled as such. especially just after signing the top pitcher of the off season.  "Don't you worry about blank, let me wo more »

  • Posted 01/19/2015 12:42:46 EST

    Debbie Downer Everyone!!! 

    Thanx for stopping by. Wah Wah Waaahhh

     

    "Don't you worry about blank, let me worry about blank"

    or

    "Blank?.. blank?! But you're not seeing the big picture!"

    more »

  • Posted 01/19/2015 12:17:21 EST

    In response to moonslav59's comment: None of the above. I'm sticking with my initial suggestion on day one: sign Shields to as few years as possible. Keep the kids for a future trade or to lower the l more »

  • Posted 01/19/2015 12:07:11 EST

    Hill posted this link in the RealisticII thread a few days ago: http://www.fangraphs.com/blogs/a-quick-attempted-measure-of-team-depth/ And here's an excerpt: "Real quick, I will take the chance to po more »

  • Posted 01/19/2015 11:22:15 EST

    On December 2, 2013, Doug Fister was traded to the Washington Nationals for utility man Steve Lombardozzi and left handed pitchers Ian Krol and Robbie Ray. IMO Fister makes the most sense and shouldn' more »

  • Posted 01/18/2015 01:53:16 EST

    One question remains unanswered. Who will lead off?"   Yup. Thats the $13M question.      "Don't you worry about blank, let me worry about blank" or "Blank?.. blank?! But you're not seeing the big pic more »

  • Posted 01/18/2015 01:34:54 EST

    Ranaudo and Barnes had 4.81 and 4.00 ERA's in their brief stints in Boston. Ranaudo had a very good year in Pawtucket and Barnes had a VERY strong second half. How many swing men can pitch much better more »

  • Posted 01/17/2015 07:38:15 EST

    Good post Moon. I don't necessarily think it's a bad rotation. Clearly the expanded strike zone (of low part of plate) has had it's influence this offseason on who Boston focused on getting. I agree w more »

  • Forum Post: Cliff Lee

    Posted 01/16/2015 08:39:33 EST

    In response to Joebreidey's comment: In response to seannybboi's comment: [QUOTE] If the Phillies are willing to do Victorino and Lee swap, I'm in.   "Do or do not.  There's no try."   That effectivel more »

  • Posted 01/16/2015 08:18:29 EST

    In response to MadMc's comment: Southy if the deal doesn't work for you you move on to another topic. I have to say the board right now is pretty dull---not many active threads to choose from. Xander more »

  • Posted 01/15/2015 06:00:26 EST

    Just read Boston is likely to have more interest in Cliff Lee than Cole Hamels.      "Don't you worry about blank, let me worry about blank" or "Blank?.. blank?! But you're not seeing the big picture! more »

  • Posted 01/15/2015 03:45:09 EST

    In response to Kingface12's comment: In response to emp9's comment: [QUOTE] In response to Kingface12's comment: [QUOTE] In response to emp9's comment: [QUOTE] "This is somebody that you just don't sa more »

  • Posted 01/15/2015 01:26:18 EST

    In response to Kingface12's comment: In response to emp9's comment: [QUOTE] "This is somebody that you just don't say "Hey....let's see if you're healthy and if you are we're going to pedal you off fo more »

  • Posted 01/15/2015 12:13:42 EST

    "This is somebody that you just don't say "Hey....let's see if you're healthy and if you are we're going to pedal you off for some scraps because we have a 22 YO player ready to become the best offens more »

  • Posted 01/15/2015 05:34:52 EST

    For what's it worth, maybe I missed some peoples' hypothetical scenario, but I'm personally not hypothesizing. The FO has stated they found their Lead-off hitter in Betts and want to fit him in wherev more »

  • Posted 01/14/2015 10:03:48 EST

    In response to moonslav59's comment: You disagree because Betts is better? THat's my point Moon, Betts is too good to be a 4th outfielder type. Calling Betts a better 4th outfielder than Nava is like more »

  • Forum Post: Alexi Ogando

    Posted 01/13/2015 06:49:31 EST

    "Scouts were impressed" and his #'s looked good every year before last (when he got/was hurt).    "Don't you worry about blank, let me worry about blank" or "Blank?.. blank?! But you're not seeing the more »

  • Posted 01/13/2015 04:39:15 EST

    With the RH'd heavy lineup, he may create a more defined role for himself. I'm intrigued. It's a welcomed experiment vs LHP.  "Don't you worry about blank, let me worry about blank" or "Blank?.. blank more »

  • Posted 01/13/2015 01:36:00 EST

    In response to ctredsoxfanhugh's comment: In response to ampoule's comment: [QUOTE] From the little reading I just did, it seems that there has never been any conclusive evidence that the baseball was more »

  • Posted 01/13/2015 01:26:41 EST

    In response to Joebreidey's comment: Before we get too much into the baseball myths, the longest verifiable HR is 575 by Babe Ruth.  The 643-foot shot by Mantle was after it stopped rolling.  There ar more »

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