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  • Posted 12/27/2009 07:17:21 EST

    I like Cafardo, but the potential scenario he created to squeeze Bay below the luxury tax threshold is dubious at best. There are several questions that arise from it which he doesn't touch upon: 1) A more »

  • Posted 12/25/2009 11:38:26 EST

    "Love the guy's voice, but boy does he get excited about balls ticketed for the warning track at best." Have you heard of John Sterling? He goes more than halfway through his scripted and way overhype more »

  • Posted 12/23/2009 01:21:16 EST

    "They do not plan every breath they take according to what the Red Sox do." No it's just a coincidence the Yankees frequently pursue players that have played for the Red Sox, or players the Sox are tr more »

  • Posted 12/23/2009 01:11:10 EST

    "the Sux"

    Seriously ... how old are you? more »

  • Posted 12/22/2009 07:19:57 EST

    What is it with all the ignorant Yankee fans on this website? They're not just wrong about one or two things, they are wrong about practically everything they write. Mo, Pettitte and Jorge have loyalt more »

  • Posted 12/22/2009 06:39:29 EST

    "Blow hard Schilling homegrown? Schilling pitched for the Orioles, Astros, Phillies and Diamondbacks before being bought by the Redsox. Homegrown! Dream on my friend." Let me see if I've got this righ more »

  • Posted 12/21/2009 11:59:43 EST

    "But in fact the 2010 Red Sox will have the first $102mil 4th starter in baseball history." There were so many outrageously false and misleading statements from JimBob, but I have time to respond to o more »

  • Posted 12/20/2009 04:32:55 EST

    "If you don't report the injury and try to man up and play though it, you get this criticism. If not, you're J. D. Drew and you're hated for being soft." Here's a novel idea: Report the injury and pla more »

  • Posted 12/20/2009 12:25:19 EST

    I have to defend Nick on the Arroyo trade. Yes, Arroyo has not pitched well in Cincy - but that's irrelevent. We DID get burned by that trade because Arroyo's value was sky high at the time and Pena t more »

  • Posted 12/20/2009 12:17:36 EST

    San Diego is the frontrunner for Coco? Not sure who your sources are Nick, but they are dead wrong on this one as Coco is headed to Oakland. At least you got the right state :O) It's kinda funny you t more »

  • Posted 12/20/2009 11:51:25 EST

    John Lackey 2006-2009 regular season: 3.50 ERA John Lackey career postseason: 3.12 ERA AJ Burnett 2006-2009 regular season: 3.97 ERA AJ Burnett career postseason: 5.27 ERA Lackey is a much better inve more »

  • Posted 12/20/2009 10:04:02 EST

    "As much as I hate it, the Red Sox need to release Mike Lowell. He has lost the much needed pop on his bat because of injuries and age." He has lost the ability to run and play third base effectively, more »

  • Posted 12/20/2009 09:53:03 EST

    "but to all who keep bringing up the money$$ part of it...really...who cares?? It aint your money...so really who cares?" You SHOULD care, because you should realize the Red Sox don't work with an unl more »

  • Posted 12/20/2009 09:30:38 EST

    "we hailed him and gave him a franchise-tag/plaque honoring him as The Greatest Clutch Hitter in Red Sox Team History. -- Now, run him outta' town and forget 2004, 2007" Exact same thing happened with more »

  • Posted 12/20/2009 12:01:38 EST

    "So strange the Sox would so easily eat $9m of his salary to make the trade."

    Why is it strange? Apparently you don't know how much money Theo ate to trade Lugo and Renteria? more »

  • Posted 12/19/2009 11:58:15 EST

    "By the way, those "Mike Lowell jerseys" are actually TONY CONIGLIARO jerseys." I'm pretty sure those gray jerseys you reference with L-O-W-E-L-L above the number 25 are in honor of Mike, not Tony. Bu more »

  • Posted 12/19/2009 11:06:47 EST

    "Those who say the Sox treated him poorly are people Im very happy arent running the team...getting caught up in emotions is the last way to make personnel decisions." The one who got caught up in emo more »

  • Posted 12/19/2009 10:47:23 EST


    No, he did not. The man that usually breaks most baseball stories broke this one - Ken Rosenthal on December 9th. more »

  • Posted 12/19/2009 06:32:51 EST

    "You have to slug to be a DH. It's not as if anyone that can swing a bat can DH" Keeping the focus on the Red Sox, here's a list of players that have DH'ed for the Sox the past few years: Sean Casey K more »

  • Posted 12/19/2009 06:23:47 EST

    "You have to slug to be a DH. It's not as if anyone that can swing a bat can DH" False. You can DH without being a good slugger or even a good hitter. Many times a manager will DH a player just to giv more »

  • Posted 12/19/2009 07:12:17 EST

    One thing that always makes me laugh, when these writers add DH to the list of positions a player can play ("C/1B/DH Max Ramirez"). To DH is to swing a bat, EVERY position player can DH. So why mentio more »

  • Posted 12/18/2009 10:57:07 EST

    I love the fact that within a few hours Damon has reduced his demands from $13 million a year to $11 million a year to $10 million a year. Too late Johnny Boy, you've been replaced by Nick Johnson. Ti more »

  • Posted 12/18/2009 07:55:04 EST

    One of the teams pursuing Damon is Washington, I hope he signs there. It would be just like he's back in Kansas City, except now he'd have his money and an extra month (October) of vacation time each more »

  • Posted 12/18/2009 01:29:25 EST

    Letting Damon walk is a no-brainer, the headscratcher was losing Matsui because they didn't want to spend $6.75 million for one year. So Nick Johnson comes in as the primary DH ... which means Posada' more »

  • Posted 12/18/2009 01:23:41 EST

    "stealing of home and other "exciting moments" don't measure up in anyway to the excitement in 2004 and 2007 when the sox won the ws" Ironic you should mention the 2007 World Series, considering Ellsb more »