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Posted 02/24/2015 03:52:24 EST
And in a separate comment caught on a live microphone, he repeated his previous denunciations of free-spending teams subverting baseball's competitive balance.
Posted 02/19/2015 04:01:39 EST
First of all, they are in no way related. Secondly, they don't even spell their first name the same way.
Posted 02/15/2015 01:48:24 EST
Nick ranked Farrell number 1 last year, after three years of managing, two mediocre and one successful.
Posted 02/12/2015 02:07:24 EST
I agree completely. It is refreshing that Pete engages in these dialogues.
Posted 02/12/2015 02:04:23 EST
Wow, you have them into the playoffs and through the ALDS already.
Posted 02/09/2015 07:19:15 EST
The best second baseman in baseball? Everyone loves him, but he's no longer even close. Cano, Altuve, Dozier, Walker, Kendrick, Kinsler, etc.
Posted 02/09/2015 05:04:54 EST
Sorry, but this is an example of Bob Ryan at his worst. Read other articles about Dean Smith, not from North Carolina, if you choose, but from respected sports journalists across the country. See what more »
Posted 02/08/2015 05:33:44 EST
It's about baseball and, while I don't care particularly about the Yankees, I prefer reading about other teams since the Red Sox dominate coverage. It's called Sunday Baseball Notes, not Sunday Red So more »
Posted 01/17/2015 05:53:09 EST
Aside from the presumptuousness of this column, as well as the fact that all Boston journalists would scream if the same stuff were written by a columnist from an opposing team's city, it's time to wo more »
Posted 01/15/2015 07:08:57 EST
This is nonsense. The trip has everything to do with Modi's election last Spring and the direction he wants to move India. He has already met with Obama in Washington in September. The symbolic import more »
Posted 01/12/2015 02:03:24 EST
Vile, mean-spirited, arrogant, and stupid. Nothing is beneath Chad Finn and the vitriol he spews toward anything and anyone not from Boston. Before you salute him, imagine what you would say if he wro more »
Posted 01/08/2015 10:37:40 EST
If we could believe that the same column would be written if the Jets were the accused, it would have some credibility. However, we know that this is not about spying itself, but about the Patriots be more »
Posted 01/06/2015 05:40:55 EST
More drivel from the worst sports writer in Boston. Before you object, consider what you would say if this garbage had been written about another player in another city, perhaps New York? Chad Finn ch more »
Posted 01/06/2015 05:29:23 EST
Remember this comment once Pablo Sandoval arrives. Not the Hall of Fame part, but everything else. more »
Posted 12/10/2014 02:43:15 EST
With all due respect, the following two assertions are selective and absurd: "Then there is this: Maybe principal owner John Henry will be proven right over time. Henry went on record last spring sayi more »
Posted 12/05/2014 08:50:03 EST
Hardly. The issue isn't technology, but the "philosophy" underlying it. There isn't enough information in this piece. Take a look at the article in today's New York Times to see where the new CEO want more »
Posted 12/05/2014 07:58:11 EST
To the dislikes: The final comment is an admittedly harsh opinion. The previous statements are facts. You know what a fact is, right? more »
Posted 12/05/2014 10:41:49 EST
And I wish the article had mentioned his notorious hospital visit with Alberto Gonzales to a desperately ill John Ashcroft to try to strong-arm him into signing a blatantly unconstitutional order. Onl more »
Posted 11/26/2014 07:50:22 EST
What Andrew Card should be remembered for is his visit, along with Alberto Gonzales, to the hospital to pressure a desperately ill John Ashcroft to sign an unconstitutional order. Only Ashcroft's depu more »
Posted 11/18/2014 12:35:34 EST
And Edgar Renteria. more »
Posted 11/18/2014 10:11:38 EST
Even by Nick's standards, this column is absurd -- but for reasons beyond those cited by the commenters. In fact, the very comments underscore the problem in bringing Sandoval here. He plays in a warm more »
Posted 11/17/2014 05:31:29 EST
On the other hand, who at the Globe will quantify the amount of wasted space that Nick (and Chad and others) consumed, luring fans to believe that he would be here if the Red Sox simply snapped their more »
Posted 11/12/2014 04:40:17 EST
This would also be a disastrous decision for Pablo. He is accustomed to being nurtured, even during down times, in SF. This would not happen here. It would be as bad a decision as Crawford and Renteri more »
Posted 11/11/2014 04:54:55 EST
I buy everything in this article except the reference to Johnny Cueto. He is and will be a stud anywhere. He is superior to everyone whose names appear in this article except for Lester and Hamels. An more »
Posted 11/07/2014 12:28:11 EST
There's an old saying that people with the sharpest tongues often have the thinnest skins. Bill Simmons loves to dish it out, often personally and gratuitously, but he cannot take any criticism whatso more »
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