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  • Posted 04/10/2014 01:08:06 EDT

    The Yankees are done. 
    Next question. 

  • Posted 04/03/2014 10:24:43 EDT

    He's a number three hitter. That said I do like the idea of him leading off. It'd be kind of brutal. The very first batter and the pitcher is getting worked and worked hard. 

  • Posted 04/03/2014 12:47:24 EDT

    I always loved him. He gutted out a whole year with an elbow hanging by a thread and kept saying he was alright and just needed to execute his pitches better.  And you know if he'd admitted he was hur more »

  • Posted 03/30/2014 10:53:50 EDT

    In response to moonslav59's comment: [QUOTE]   I do not think Craig was so far out of baseline to be called  [/QUOTE] He was not out of the baseline. The problem was he was in the baseline between sec more »

  • Posted 03/30/2014 10:45:18 EDT

    I agree with Moon and others and never liked the "put the whistle in your pocket" idea that at the end of a game there are no rules.  It was simply a bad call. I'd go so far as to say it was a ridicul more »

  • Posted 03/30/2014 12:41:16 EDT

    It was a bad call. End of story. 

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  • Posted 03/30/2014 12:37:13 EDT

    Not sure this is a "big deal" but I don't get why they brought him in. 
    They brought him in. He did much better than probably was expected. And they cut him. 
    What was the point? 

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  • Forum Post: Sizemore

    Posted 03/28/2014 11:15:08 EDT

    I'm not down on Bradley, but he's never going to be as good as Sizemore is right now.  It all comes down to Sizemore staying healthy.  I'm convinced Bradley will hit major league pitching. The Pedroia more »

  • Posted 03/18/2014 11:03:09 EDT

    Reading up on micro-fracture surgery and it may be Sizemore could make a strong comeback.  There are a lot of bad outcomes with that type of surgery, but it seems as if the problems come when guys are more »

  • Posted 03/18/2014 12:42:18 EDT

    It seems very unlikely Sizemore will remain healthy.  Based on what we have seen so far, if he does, he's better than Ellsbury.  The scary thing is if you go back to 2011 there are reports of him comi more »

  • Forum Post: Will Middlebrooks

    Posted 12/29/2013 12:27:37 EST

    The Sox were playing Bogaerts regularly in the WS.  The only argument for starting the year with him in AAA is to preserve a year of control.  If he comes out and has a very strong Spring that won't b more »

  • Forum Post: Will Middlebrooks

    Posted 12/29/2013 12:19:37 EST

    The Sox are clearly sold on Boagerts at SS. They never would have made the trade for Peavy if they did not see Boagerts as a SS.  Cecchini is equally obviously the near future 3B-man. He shows every s more »

  • Posted 12/11/2013 12:34:43 EST

    Buchholtz is an artist. Very hard to predict. He's affordable right now. You stick with him.
    I expect the downside is greater than the upside. He's relatively cheap and worth the price. 

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  • Posted 12/11/2013 12:27:54 EST

    In response to billge's comment: [QUOTE] I agre with redsox dortiz. Dump em while value is high'  Same with Uehara and Ortiz They are old.  . Same with Lester, hes getting old..  We got Dempster He ne more »

  • Posted 12/11/2013 12:26:37 EST

    If you believe in Bogart then the Sox have a chance to be better than they were last year.  I've always felt Lester was the best pitcher in MLB and Lackey not far behind. The pitching looks strong and more »

  • Posted 12/11/2013 12:18:34 EST

    They also lost their closer. 

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  • Posted 12/11/2013 12:17:15 EST

    I felt all along the Sox should resign Ellsbury. The Yankees made an absurd offer and then passed on Cano.  JBJ is not Ellsbury, but the loss of Cano is the reason the Sox move up in the power ranking more »

  • Posted 12/11/2013 12:12:30 EST

    N.Y. is opperating on emotional turmoil and fumes. 
    They are the laughing stock of the sports world. 

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  • Posted 12/08/2013 01:28:19 EST

    I smell laughing stock of the sports world. 

    And it all comes down to not signing Cano.  It just speaks of tossing logic out the window and  being governed by emotion. 

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  • Forum Post: What to do at SS?

    Posted 12/08/2013 01:22:50 EST

    All I am saying is Ben sees Bogaerts as a SS. 

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  • Posted 12/08/2013 12:53:02 EST

    I felt the Sox should resign Ellsbury. The Yanks offer for Ellsbury was absurd. At this point I go with JBJ. He can either play or not play. He isn't 19. It's time to find out.  If the Dodgers would t more »

  • Forum Post: What to do at SS?

    Posted 12/08/2013 12:38:44 EST

    Ben clearly sees  Boegarts as the SS. That was made clear with the trade for Peavy.  Boegarts has done nothing to discourage the idea. He got some pressure situation starts at SS and did not look like more »

  • Posted 12/08/2013 12:26:52 EST

    With the Yanks not signing Cano, all their moves add up to a net loss. 
    It's like watching a person disintigrate into madness. 

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  • Posted 12/05/2013 07:36:06 EST

    Not even close. Bradley just threw the ball up and it went in. Bird actually measured and sighted that ridiculous shot. 

     

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  • Posted 12/04/2013 08:56:15 EST

    The signing hints the Sox felt Ellsbury would sign with the Yankees. 
    Ellsbury runs wild against lousy catchers. 

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