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Comment on: John Farrell still the favorite for Red Sox - Red Sox - Boston.com
Posted 10/05/2012 06:44:35 EDT
Exactly right. The true cancer in all of this is Lucchino. Until he is forcibly removed from anything to do with daily baseball operations, nothing will change.
Comment on: NFL, referees end labor dispute - Boston.com
Posted 09/27/2012 01:19:04 EDT
Take that photo of Hoch(ptoo)uli off of the front page. It insults fans everywhere He is the poster boy for all that is worst about the regular officials.
Posted 09/27/2012 05:09:32 EDT
It's great to have the regulars back, but why did you have to put Hochuli's photo, the worst of them all, on the article? Please make that go away soon!
Comment on: Ochocinco%20has%20lost%20himself%20in%20translation
Posted 08/31/2011 12:11:41 EDT
Is this what is considered journalism these days? Yeesh! As for Mr. Johnson: If you can't separate the clown from the football player, if you need that sorry, tired act to play, maybe you need to play more »
Comment on: Ochocinco: 'You won't see the same Chad you're used to...' - Extra Points - Boston.com
Posted 07/30/2011 05:20:11 EDT
I believe that if he was going to lose the ocho cinco act, he would have taken a different number. Look for more of the same old nonsense from the same old clown. more »
Comment on: 'Full tank of Jet fuel for this week’
Posted 09/16/2010 06:32:20 EDT
Well, I was going to read this piece, but got as far as "Brady Gsga" and that was enough. Guess this is Shaughnessy's idea of humor. The only humorous thing here is that he thinks he is a journalist. more »
Comment on: Hermida%20feeling%20fine%20after%20tune-up%20
Posted 04/03/2010 11:46:00 EDT
Scenic Edison Ave? Are you #$%@& serious? more »
Comment on: 'Getting the handle on ‘
Posted 11/09/2009 09:56:51 EST
Wasn't it a bunch of MBA types that were largely responsible for flushing our economy down the toilet?Otherwise, an excellent analysis. Looking forward to more of Mr. Breer's articles. more »
Comment on: 'Brady officially rules out influence'
Posted 11/07/2009 10:53:34 EST
Why is it that players are allowed to talk trash to each other all week long via the media, but when they say anything during a game it is called taunting and is a personal foul? Ridiculous double sta more »
Comment on: 'Can’
Posted 10/31/2009 12:23:11 EDT
Another question, wjc: Do you believe everything that David Stern writes, speaks, etc? How about: Would you buy a used car from that man. I'm afraid that in this case, each question will only lead to more »
Comment on: 'Barkley gets down to brass tacks about his desire for GM position'
Posted 10/26/2009 10:29:10 EDT
I would love to see someone give him that job! Maybe Mark Cuban. Film each man's every move and make a reality TV show. PRICELESS!!!!! The only thing that might be funnier would be to make him comisio more »
Comment on: 'Red Sox tab Lester, Beckett 1-2'
Posted 10/05/2009 11:25:37 EDT
Apologies for the duplicate posts. I guess my fingers have the pre-playoff jitters. more »
Posted 10/05/2009 11:20:07 EDT
Lester then Beckett is fine with me. The other way around would be OK too. I think #3 will depend on what happens in LA. If the Sox win one or both, then go with Buch at home with Dice in long relief. more »
Posted 10/05/2009 10:48:08 EDT
Lester then Beckett is fine. The other way around would be OK with me. I think the #3 starter may depend on how the first two games go. If the Sox win both, then I'd say Buchholz, If they lose one, or more »
Comment on: 'Gonzalez injury could be a shortfall'
Posted 10/03/2009 08:16:51 EDT
"A little bit inconclusive."? Does this guy ever say anything of substance? Guess we should all be used to that from listening to Belichik. Hope Gonz is ok. Drew and Baldeli as well. Needless to say, more »
Comment on: 'Matsuzaka trumped by Yankees ace'
Posted 09/27/2009 12:59:11 EDT
If Lester is able to go at #1, I like Beckett at #3. Buchholz is my choice for #2. Matsuzaka has had a couple of good starts, but I'm not ready to trust him completely. Use him out of the pen or as a more »
Posted 09/27/2009 05:42:42 EDT
Now,if you only help Tek. more »
Posted 09/27/2009 05:38:11 EDT
Excellent performance Matsuzaka san.So glad you have returned to form. more »
Comment on: 'Buchholz is coldly efficient'
Posted 09/25/2009 06:45:37 EDT
For the record, I was never one of those "screaming" to trade Buch. Hopefully that bandwagon now sits rusting in a ditch somewhere. One more time, chorus: Clay Buchholz can pitch! AND play a guitar. I more »
Comment on: 'Buchholz, Sox hit another high note'
Posted 09/19/2009 09:10:18 EDT
I won't say I told you so... Hell, no, I'm gonna crow like a rooster. Said at the deadline not to trade him, that all he needed was for the team to show some confidence in him and it would be justifie more »
Comment on: 'Loaded Dice: Matsuzaka in top form for Red Sox in return'
Posted 09/16/2009 12:32:10 EDT
It seems the starting rotation is finally looking like the one that was advertised in March. If this keeps up, what other team's starters can match up? I have high hopes for the future. Note to mystic more »
Comment on: 'Yankees, Blue Jays brawl'
Posted 09/16/2009 11:22:26 EDT
Why can't these "Bronx Boys" learn to play like gentlemen?Oh, yeah... more »
Comment on: 'Red Sox show power (6 HRs), Buchholz precision in win'
Posted 09/09/2009 12:52:04 EDT
I've said all along, and I'll say it once again: Buchholz is a good pitcher and he is going to get better. Fillibuster Jones: The chips go in the left hand. And it's not the couch, it's the over-stuff more »
Comment on: 'Lester, 2 homers lead Bosox over Chisox 6-1'
Posted 09/06/2009 11:59:40 EDT
The only difference that I see between Cano and canoe is the lettere. more »
Comment on: 'Red Sox losers in pitched battle with Floyd, White Sox'
Posted 09/06/2009 10:52:17 EDT
Damn! Crickets. more »
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