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Posted 05/12/2012 08:17:35 EDT
The entire league has known he was a dee-bag for years. He is hated by every team (and perhaps his own) He never has had people skills. The problem is now he cant pitch either.
Posted 03/31/2012 01:06:57 EDT
My mother always told me....Being a D/bag is a life time commitment.
Posted 03/23/2012 08:51:43 EDT
Valentine can't help himself. This will be just one of a thousand d/bag moves. Suicide squeeze!!! LOL
Posted 02/06/2012 03:07:35 EST
What a d-hoop
Posted 11/06/2011 10:38:46 EST
Could you repeat that?
Posted 01/19/2011 02:05:10 EST
That explains why he was moving so slow. wait....does he always have a broken foot?
Posted 01/19/2011 01:45:25 EST
Here is why the Pats lost: BB choice to humiliate the Jets and run up the score on national TV came back to bite him. The Jets were beyond furious with what he did and HATE the Pats because of it. (Y more »
Posted 12/30/2009 01:51:37 EST
blastor138 wrote: "He didn't seem to even consider their offer. He must have known someone would at least match it." The Red Sox have made several offers to Bay since before Spring Training of this ye more »
Posted 12/30/2009 01:36:56 EST
end blastor138 wrote: So a bigger and longer term contract did factor at all in his signing with the Mets is what you're saying? ************************************************** I'm going to assume more »
Posted 12/30/2009 01:23:09 EST
blastor138 wrote: Sure, the Mets don't have as big a fan base as Boston (and who knows, maybe they do considering they're based in a bigger city) but I'm sure JayBay is going to hear it from his new f more »
Posted 12/30/2009 12:46:29 EST
blastor138 wrote: "Yes, some of them do read the article and comments but mostly for a laugh. To think they actually care about the noise that happens here is vastly overrating fans' opinion. ******** more »
Posted 12/30/2009 12:25:33 EST
User Image blastor138 wrote: "I live in Boston, tool.....and I can read." Good for you. Now, how do you know that Bay left because of the atmosphere? And try to answer without name-calling. ********** more »
Posted 12/30/2009 12:03:55 EST
User Image blastor138 wrote: "I find it hilarious that none of you know why Bay left. It wasn't the money. Boston fans smother the Sox players." So do you work for Bay? Are you a relative or friend? H more »
Posted 12/30/2009 11:51:45 EST
I find it hilarious that none of you know why Bay left. It wasn't the money. Boston fans smother the Sox players. The pressure and criticism you put on them daily gets old real fast. After two years o more »
Posted 09/22/2009 05:25:50 EDT
I'm thinking 16-0 and Tom gives birth to his own baby.Have any of you actually watched these games? more »
Posted 09/22/2009 03:26:22 EDT
Why do you guys keep talking about climbing mountains and hot rods? more »
Posted 09/18/2009 12:03:47 EDT
By Sunday night, you'll be calling him Daddy. more »
Posted 08/24/2009 08:49:52 EDT
A big player who left the Yankees and came to play in Boston? Mike Torrez..and please don't judge him by the Bucky Dent home run.Mike Torrez???? LOL more »
Posted 08/24/2009 08:13:27 EDT
Timmy15 has said it correctly. The Sox could have had Tex but CHOSE not to go the extra distance. The Yankees were not going to get into a bidding war to get him. They had just signed CC and Burnette. more »
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