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  • Forum Post: Wakefield Skipped, but should be released!

    Posted 08/27/2011 07:13:02 EDT

    In Response to Release Wakefield!!!!!!!!!!: Waste of a roster spot denying investment in youth. 5 plus ERA over 2 years who is a laughing stock circus pulling a Billy Crystal to try and break some mea more »

  • Forum Post: Red Sox offense of 2011 Inferior to Red Sox 2004

    Posted 08/27/2011 07:07:41 EDT

    In Response to Re: Red Sox offense of 2011 Inferior to Red Sox 2004: Incorrect. The 2004 team averaged 5.86 runs per game, which was .85 runs per game higher than the league average of 5.01. The 2011 more »

  • Forum Post: Starting Pitchers- Free Agents for 2012-Who should Theo sign?

    Posted 08/24/2011 06:35:36 EDT

    In Response to Re: Starting Pitchers- Free Agents for 2012-Who should Theo sign?: how has wakefield earned another 1 year deal? if anything he has punched his ticket to retirement. his era continues t more »

  • Forum Post: Wake ERA now at 4.92

    Posted 08/12/2011 10:00:03 EDT

    In Response to Re: Wake ERA now at 4.92: In Response to Re: Wake ERA now at 4.92 : Hey 791, how's it going? If I could quibble a bit with your statement, I find the word 'optimal' a little problematic more »

  • Forum Post: Wake ERA now at 4.92

    Posted 08/12/2011 06:23:05 EDT

    In Response to Re: Wake ERA now at 4.92: Let's see, 791 says Wakefield is "not an optimal starter" and is "below average." Well, once again, I state what the hell more do you want out of a starter, an more »

  • Forum Post: Who is the AL MVP So Far This Year?

    Posted 08/12/2011 06:21:25 EDT

    In Response to Re: Who is the AL MVP So Far This Year?: In Response to Re: Who is the AL MVP So Far This Year? : have you seen Bautista numbers -- post all star game? Brutal. Pedroia -- well I've alre more »

  • Forum Post: Wake ERA now at 4.92

    Posted 08/12/2011 02:44:45 EDT

    In Response to Re: Wake ERA now at 4.92: In Response to Re: Wake ERA now at 4.92 : Blyleven had a 5.43 ERA in 1988. It was 5.24 in 1990. 4.74 in 1992. Noteworthy is that it sandwiched a good year in ' more »

  • Forum Post: Wake ERA now at 4.92

    Posted 08/12/2011 02:42:30 EDT

    In Response to Re: Wake ERA now at 4.92: Blyleven gave up a ton of dingers. 50 one year...in a pitching era. He's in the HOF. Posted by harness And he gave up 46 the year after, but 1987 was definitel more »

  • Forum Post: Wake ERA now at 4.92

    Posted 08/12/2011 02:39:07 EDT

    @moon - 791, I thought you disliked ERA as much as I do. The point that I was making was the team was 11-5 in spite of Wakefield, not because of it.  The only reason they're doing so well in his start more »

  • Forum Post: Who joins the Red Sox when the roster expands to 40 players?

    Posted 08/12/2011 02:22:25 EDT

    Weiland, Doubront (barring injury), Kalish, Anderson, and Lavarnway (to rest Salty/Tek).  Iglesias doesn't deserve the call-up considering the way he's played this season.  With Scutaro, Lowrie, Avile more »

  • Forum Post: Who is the AL MVP So Far This Year?

    Posted 08/12/2011 02:17:56 EDT

    Either Pedey or Joey Bats are the most deserving.  They've easily been the most valuable players in baseball this season.  If I could split my vote between the two, I would.  Because I can't, I'm lean more »

  • Forum Post: Wake ERA now at 4.92

    Posted 08/10/2011 02:57:43 EDT

    In Response to Re: Wake ERA now at 4.92: His ERA could be much lower had our pen not allowed some of his inherited runners to score and some of the cheap hits that led to runs been turned into outs. T more »

  • Forum Post: Wake ERA now at 4.92

    Posted 08/10/2011 02:54:48 EDT

    In Response to Wake ERA now at 4.92: team is 11-5 in his starts Wake has an ERA around 4.5 in his starts this season He has given up 3 earned runs or less in 7 of his last 10 starts and he costs a cou more »

  • Forum Post: HR DERBY CASUALTIES

    Posted 08/04/2011 09:19:12 EDT

    In Response to HR DERBY CASUALTIES:   Well we've had  almost a month to see if the HR-D impacted production or not. The least impacted was LA's Matt Kemp with 4 HR's. The rest of the contestants show more »

  • Forum Post: Source: MLB could suspend Arod for playing poker

    Posted 08/03/2011 08:26:32 EDT

    In Response to Source: MLB could suspend Arod for playing poker:   From ESPN.com: CHICAGO -- Major League Baseball is taking "very seriously" the allegations that Alex Rodriguez took part in some ille more »

  • Forum Post: FENWAY FACTOR - The Great Distortion

    Posted 08/03/2011 08:23:04 EDT

    In Response to FENWAY FACTOR - The Great Distortion: "The fab five" "Offensive juggernaut" "Best offense in baseball" "The top teams in the A.L. are the best hitting teams in the A. L.". Redsox in Fen more »

  • Forum Post: JD Drew

    Posted 06/21/2011 02:23:40 EDT

    I love to bash JD just to hear the ridiculousness of his supporters when they defend him. He will go down as one of the worst Red Sox free agent signings in history. Well, at least you're going to be more »

  • Forum Post: J D Drew is THE MAN!!!!

    Posted 06/04/2011 08:07:01 EDT

    In Response to Re: J D Drew is THE MAN!!!!:

    Now on pace for 40 RBI!!!!!!
    Posted by andrewmitch


    Oh andrew.  Even when Drew does something right, you still find a way to whine about it.
    more »

  • Forum Post: Beckett Screwed Again

    Posted 06/04/2011 08:06:09 EDT

    In Response to Beckett Screwed Again: The Sox bullpen has just been brutal to Beckett. Granted there was and error by Dustin but cant Francona tell when someone just doesnt have it on a piticular day? more »

  • Forum Post: Should Iglesias be up in Boston

    Posted 06/02/2011 09:13:16 EDT

    In Response to Re: Should Iglesias be up in Boston: i totally agree that the sox leave their prospects in the minors too long. Reddick is 24 and is just getting his shot now. What people dont seem to more »

  • Forum Post: Should Iglesias be up in Boston

    Posted 06/01/2011 03:51:09 EDT

    In Response to Should Iglesias be up in Boston: After watching Drew Sutton the last 7 games, I think we are making a mistake not having Iglesias up....one....he is an above avergae major league defend more »

  • Forum Post: Could Delmon Young be an option for the sox to replace jd drew?

    Posted 06/01/2011 03:44:40 EDT

    Is there a hell no option?  How about I'd sign J.D. Drew to a Carl Crawford deal before I'd take on Delmon Young option?  If so, I'll take either one of those.  Delmon Young is an out machine who is a more »

  • Forum Post: Tek calls a better game why?

    Posted 06/01/2011 03:42:11 EDT

    In Response to Tek calls a better game why?: Exactly, he doesn't but does hit and throw worse. Posted by FarmFan We think he calls a better game.  Unless someone knows of a way to measure it and compa more »

  • Forum Post: I solved the Sox starting pitching conundrum!

    Posted 06/01/2011 03:40:25 EDT

    So you're saying you want to take starts away from Lester, Beckett, and Buchholz so Wake and/or Aceves can get starts?

    more »

  • Forum Post: J.D. Drew Adds No Value - Do You Hear Me Francona?

    Posted 06/01/2011 03:39:22 EDT

    In Response to J.D. Drew Adds No Value - Do You Hear Me Francona?: J.D.Drew adds absolutely nothing to this team. 3 HR, 10 RBI batting 8th for a corner outfielder. Let Cameron  or Reddick play every d more »

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