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  • Posted 06/19/2010 02:21:23 EDT

    Nice to see how Boston honors two of its greatest players: boos and indifference. Stay classy, Red Sox Nation.

  • Posted 05/18/2010 12:49:14 EDT

    Timmy15 wrote: Under other conditions I would never start crowing here like I am but I see a switch; Paps will blow the Skanks away in the bottom of 9th - if we even need him by then. Does anyone reme more »

  • Posted 04/07/2010 04:22:26 EDT

    Even though he's a bum now, Ortiz was always pretty classy. So the thuggish language is surprising. I suppose Ortiz realizes that the Sox won't pick up his option for 2011. No aging DH with a .300 OBP more »

  • Posted 02/19/2010 04:33:52 EST

    Nate is a bum and the Celtics will quickly realize how immature he is as a 5th year pro. The trade is almost laughable from the Boston standpoint. Why bother? more »

  • Comment on: 'End of an era'

    Posted 01/11/2010 12:14:09 EST

    The Patriots as we knew them came to an end in the waning moments of the Super Bowl, when Justin Tuck buried his helmet in Tom Brady's ribs. That hit removed any belief the Patriots had in themselves more »

  • Posted 12/13/2009 06:45:19 EST

    Belichick has lost control over the opponents and lost control over his emotions by sending Thomas, one of his few quality defensive starters, home. And now Bill is digging a deeper hole for himself b more »

  • Comment on: 'Message is sent

    Posted 12/10/2009 05:19:05 EST

    What a joyless franchise. a reflection of the coach I suppose. Did Bill B send himself home after he cost the team a draft choice with his videotape escapades? Two sets of rules don't go over well. Th more »

  • Posted 12/01/2009 09:04:21 EST

    The Pats are done. They will not go anywhere in the playoffs.  more »

  • Posted 08/24/2009 03:43:57 EDT

    The writing is on the wall for Ortiz, whether he wants to read it or not. He'll likely be sent packing by Theo over the winter while he still has a modicum of trade value. The Red Sox can win without more »

  • Posted 02/02/2009 02:22:20 EST

    Does the best GM in baseball sign a down catcher to a major league contract (when a minor league contract is all that is warranted), well above the minimum, that absolutely no other team wanted? Accor more »

  • Posted 01/31/2009 02:28:28 EST

    In order of importance:

    Papi (will he ever be Big Papi again without Manny?)
    Theo (he's been MIA this winter) more »

  • Posted 01/31/2009 02:20:51 EST

    Not over-paying for ancient players? Any amount over the league minimum for Varitek is over-paying. That fact that he wasn't signed to a minor league contract is also an indication that Theo's priorit more »

  • Posted 01/31/2009 02:16:26 EST

    Congrats to Theo for...signing a downer catcher? I go away for a while and the unwarranted Theo-worship continues. I wonder where the 'hate Borass' club is now that his client is back. more »

  • Posted 01/19/2009 08:35:13 EST

    Why is JH even dithering with this broken down catcher? I find it interesting that Theo/JH wouldn't pay Manny (who remains massively productive) but are interested in retaining Varitek who now is no m more »

  • Posted 01/16/2009 07:53:47 EST

    [Quote]There is a thread on here somewhere where many "Theo Chicks" have gone to and listed his bad trades and acquisitions. They don't seem to be blind to the fact that he is not perfect. On the othe more »

  • Posted 01/16/2009 07:28:38 EST

    This thread has become a "Theo chicks" slumber party. more »

  • Posted 01/14/2009 07:46:31 EST

    Wakefield was great against TB in the playoffs

    2.2 IP 6 H 5 R 5 ER 2 BB 16.88 ERA more »

  • Forum Post: Neyer: Smoltz

    Posted 01/14/2009 06:57:56 EST

    Sounds like the Sox just signed Pedro in the guise of Smoltz.

    Check out his views on same sex marriage. I'm sure he'll be a big hit in MA! more »

  • Posted 01/14/2009 06:50:10 EST

    Actually, there is no longer parity in baseball. The greatest threat to parity is Theo Epstein. He is too damn smart, whip smart, wicked smart. He makes no mistakes and the Sox are a lock to win it al more »

  • Posted 01/14/2009 06:48:52 EST

    Parity? You talkin about parity? Let's see: as far as I can tell the Yanks haven't won a WS since 2000. Since then we've had many different teams in the playoffs and only the Sox have won 2 WS. The Ra more »

  • Posted 01/13/2009 09:16:25 EST

    A friend of mine, who knows a guy who has a cousin who used to work as a MLB scout, was told by the scout that Buchholz is way better than Lester. I know he lost twice to the Yanks last year, giving u more »

  • Posted 01/12/2009 01:57:42 EST

    Having read the two comments after mine, I'm happy to downgrade Cashman and lift Theo (since you know the Sox needs more intimately than I do). Certain things couldn't be fixed by the Yanks this off s more »

  • Posted 01/12/2009 11:15:00 EST

    I'm trying to take a non-partisan view of this comparison. So far, Cashman comes out ahead. Cashman has some advantage on money but this isn't the only thing that matters. It might be the case that Te more »

  • Posted 01/12/2009 10:12:23 EST

    [Quote]If coming to Boston is so bad why did a pro like Smoltz come? Baldelli is a huge stand up guy, Mike Lowell, Schilling resigns, ect, ect, this dont come to Boston crap is just that. If Giambi we more »

  • Forum Post: Mediocrity

    Posted 01/12/2009 04:12:20 EST

    Ortiz's career from this point forward will look a lot like Jason Giambi's. Regular and frequent stints on the DL, less productivity. more »