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About Me: I'm 51 from CT, and have been a Sox fan for 42 years. My two favorite ballplayers were Carlton Fisk and Ted Simmons.

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  • Forum Post: Matt Garza in the trade market...

    Posted 11/30/2011 10:07:18 EST

    In Response to Matt Garza in the trade market...: [QUOTE]... according to this tweet from ESPN's Buster Olney: http://twitter.com/#!/Buster_ESPN/status/141233257516773377 Posted by hill55[/QUOTE] hill more »

  • Forum Post: Where are all the teams banging on Tim Wakefield's Door? A "15 game winner" should garner some interest

    Posted 11/30/2011 10:01:42 EST

    In Response to Where are all the teams banging on Tim Wakefield's Door? A "15 game winner" should garner some interest: [QUOTE]Just wondering. ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZz Posted by ADG[/QUOTE] I think Tek more »

  • Forum Post: Red Sox, Bobby Valentine agree to deal Valentine is Sox manager

    Posted 11/30/2011 09:42:12 EST

    In Response to Red Sox, Bobby Valentine agree to deal Valentine is Sox manager: [QUOTE]WBZ TV Steve Burton said ESPN.com Boston is reporting Lamont is out. Posted by 2004Idiots[/QUOTE] It's been a bit more »

  • Forum Post: Jake Peavy...

    Posted 03/15/2009 04:00:43 EDT

    Hey Hf, When you think about it 15.7 mil isn't that bad for quality pitcher. Peavy could use a change, I'm sure it's hard to sustain any kind of confidence level when you come to the mound each inning more »

  • Forum Post: yankees just haven't added anyone to be any better

    Posted 03/15/2009 03:47:30 EDT

    [Quote]They're better than last year, there is no doubt in my mind. I still think the Sox have the better team, but you're crazy to think we aren't going to have a tougher time finishing ahead of the more »

  • Forum Post: Reddick making a point?

    Posted 03/15/2009 01:45:38 EDT

    Jacoby doesn't look like he has changed much at the plate but hopefully that changes when the season starts. I still see Reddick giving Ellsbury some competition in CF if Jacoby struggles. Kalish is a more »

  • Forum Post: Common Sense Say: Why Bother With Wakefield

    Posted 03/15/2009 01:33:51 EDT

    [Quote]Wake: He is this year what he is every year. Great when his knuckler works, atrocious when it does not. In the Friday game against the Yanks it looked like he was pitching batting practice. He more »

  • Forum Post: Reddick making a point?

    Posted 03/15/2009 07:59:58 EDT

    Even better, I just hope both he and Jacoby continue to mature. The more prospects on our starting team is fine with me. Except at the catchers position where most of us agree a trade is necessary. Ca more »

  • Forum Post: Jake Peavy...

    Posted 03/15/2009 07:30:12 EDT

    Peavy is a much better pitcher than you give him credit for and he would help our rotation in a huge way. You can't pitch well every day, try putting Peavy on a team like the Sox where he knows there more »

  • Forum Post: Common Sense Say: Why Bother With Wakefield

    Posted 03/15/2009 07:20:48 EDT

    Keeping a pitcher like Wake in the starting rotation usually works out fine, as long as we don't keep using him in the PS. Both Wake and Tek are only here now because of their years of service and pri more »

  • Forum Post: Lugo may have torn meniscus

    Posted 03/15/2009 06:03:40 EDT

    It's a relatively short recovery time after surgery so hopefully he can pick up where he left off. Lugo can still help our lineup if he can stay healthy and focused. more »

  • Forum Post: Pedroia hurt in WBC!

    Posted 03/15/2009 06:01:26 EDT

    That's one of the reasons I don't agree with playing in the WBC. Dustin wouldn't be going full speed just yet in ST and may have prevented the injury. I understand why players want to play and represe more »

  • Forum Post: VARITEK!!!

    Posted 03/15/2009 05:55:11 EDT

    If Theo has a weakness it seems to be his loyalty towards aging veterans. There was no doubt in my mind Tek can't throw, run or hit anymore. Hopefully he can find a comfort zone, or Bard has a good ye more »

  • Forum Post: Reddick making a point?

    Posted 03/15/2009 05:49:15 EDT

    It's only ST but Reddick appears to have a bright future ahead of him if he continues to develop his skills. Jacoby may have a bit more competition in the future, especially being a Boras client who I more »

  • Forum Post: Theo: what next?

    Posted 03/14/2009 07:41:26 EDT

    Catching is the position that would solidify our team. Everyone including Theo knows this but refuses to trade a couple prospects. I will predict the Yankees trade for a top young catcher like Salty b more »

  • Forum Post: JJ Hardy

    Posted 03/14/2009 07:33:31 EDT

    With Escobar ready to take over at SS I'm sure a little pitching would persuade the Brewers to move Hardy. JJ could definitely add a bit more pop to our lineup. more »

  • Forum Post: Patience Is A Virtue

    Posted 03/11/2009 02:40:40 EDT

    Dabro your projecting our success on what you see on paper, thats my point. It's great to be optomistic but I doubt the majority of our fans will agree we can still compete with a healthy Yankee or Ra more »

  • Forum Post: We Need a child psychiatrist on This Board.

    Posted 03/11/2009 01:38:52 EDT

    smiley, It would take more than that to clean this board up. It's better to treat it like most of us. Just come and go periodically without paying attention to, or getting caught up in the nonsense. W more »

  • Forum Post: spring debut

    Posted 03/11/2009 01:33:23 EDT

    Hey Jete,

    Lowell means a lot to our entire lineup this season, we all wish him well. Hopefully both our teams can stay healthy and have a nice race.

    It should be interesting!
    more »

  • Forum Post: Patience Is A Virtue

    Posted 03/11/2009 01:27:51 EDT

    Patience is only a virtue if it helps our team. Signing Youk, Pedroia and hopefully Lester of course are all good moves, as is developing and promoting kids from the farm. If the season breaks down be more »

  • Forum Post: Lugo should start

    Posted 03/09/2009 01:18:07 EDT

    [Quote]Lugo's entire career is on the line here. He went from being a promising young SS to being a veteran failure in a few short years. He has not been able to handle Boston. I think he has a lot of more »

  • Forum Post: Do you agree w/Cafardo-Buchholz for Saltalamacchia

    Posted 03/09/2009 12:51:45 EDT

    We signed Bard and Tek, neither who can hit right hand pitching who Salty at a very young age hit 311 with a 400 OBP against. He also has his whole career to improve against left hand pitching. Anyone more »

  • Forum Post: Clay Bucholz ERA? 0.00 Proud yet, Law?

    Posted 03/07/2009 02:30:14 EST

    Theo has gone to every extent to keep Buchholz with our organization. We screwed up badly thinking Clay was the "next coming" before he matured, like many Yankee fans thought of Phil Hughes but what w more »

  • Forum Post: Ramon Ramirez ERA? 9.00. Proud Yet, Theo Chicks?

    Posted 03/07/2009 06:08:55 EST

    Spring training is just that, a time to get your body in shape and timing down before the season begins. The real men will handle the pressure when the season begins. Come back then and you may have s more »

  • Forum Post: Clay Bucholz ERA? 0.00 Proud yet, Law?

    Posted 03/07/2009 06:01:43 EST

    It's great to see Clay have a few good innings but it's far from being under pressure in a regular season game. When Clay steps into that situation with calms nerves, against a starting lineup and sho more »

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