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  • Forum Post: Ellsbury and Bradley

    Posted 07/13/2013 08:33:14 EDT

    In response to dgalehouse's comment: In response to moonslav59's comment:   In response to crazyworldoftroybrown's comment:       All I can go by is Double AA, Ellsbury was head and shoulders above Br more »

  • Forum Post: Ellsbury and Bradley

    Posted 07/13/2013 08:23:47 EDT

    Think Angel Pagen or Michael Bourn, he is in many ways the same type player. Better with the glove, slightly less offensive production. Once you put park factors into play they are probably pretty clo more »

  • Forum Post: This franchise has lost its way.

    Posted 09/20/2009 11:25:07 EDT

    The one thing I will agree with is the Patriots continually trade out of first round and the two things you need to think about is the secondary has not been good for a long time. They never replaced more »

  • Forum Post: Sox Farm System Way Overrated!

    Posted 03/21/2009 04:43:37 EDT

    "Impact" Players. I am sorry but have you seen Bard? The kid could absolutly be a impact player, what if Pap is hurt? What if they have a few big injuries in BP and he throws 30 innings, similar to Ch more »

  • Forum Post: Sox Farm System Way Overrated!

    Posted 03/14/2009 05:55:09 EDT

    If the Yankees have 13 of 25 from home grown talent then the next step is to look at results. Three of those guys have been around since 1996 . . . . .this is more about todays world. The Red Sox have more »

  • Forum Post: Epstein vs. Cashman:Which GM is better?

    Posted 03/07/2009 04:44:21 EST

    [Quote]How can u even consider cashman a GM. What does he actually do? When he does make a deceision he gets overruled. Theo was 1 good inning from getting to 3 World Series in 5 years and He has crea more »

  • Forum Post: Epstein vs. Cashman:Which GM is better?

    Posted 03/07/2009 04:43:21 EST

    [Quote]27 Rings: How can you give Theo credit for 2003 and, partially 2004? Those were Duqette teams. They're both very good GMs, both operating with tremendous resources, but under different sets of more »

  • Forum Post: Red Sox All Time Team

    Posted 02/28/2009 05:58:20 EST

    Always pointing out negatives. . . . .is that what this board has turned into?

    How about debating the players?

    more »

  • Forum Post: Red Sox All Time Team

    Posted 02/28/2009 05:57:25 EST

    So Manny over Ted Williams, sure Makes sense. more »

  • Forum Post: Red Sox All Time Team

    Posted 02/28/2009 05:56:38 EST

  • Forum Post: Red Sox All Time Team

    Posted 02/28/2009 04:20:52 EST

  • Forum Post: 7 burning questions this spring training

    Posted 02/28/2009 04:19:34 EST

  • Forum Post: The Tampa Bay Lugo

    Posted 02/26/2009 02:12:33 EST

    With all due respect, the guys OPS+ was 30 points below what he himself had been averaging the previous 5 season's and in 2007 and 20 some odd below in 2008 and put up his two worst career OPS+ which more »

  • Forum Post: Baseball's sacred numbers

    Posted 02/25/2009 02:06:32 EST

    Jim, What makes you so sure 755 is legit or 61 was not "Red Juiced"? Explain to me how a guy has some of the best years as he got older and the BEST year age 37 of his career? Was he just that good? I more »

  • Forum Post: The Tampa Bay Lugo

    Posted 02/25/2009 01:49:34 EST

    The Next Stapleton? You see him a firstbaseman? With Lars Anderson and Youk? Doubtful. Stapleton as you recall had about a 4 year career, lets hope Jed lasts longer. He hit 321, 285 then never hit ove more »

  • Forum Post: Baseball's sacred numbers

    Posted 02/24/2009 06:12:37 EST

    Notin, As you know I was a big poster on Negro Leagues and it is a fact that Baseball was robbed of there greatness and maybe your right it was there emergance that increased the HR's. Yah, I stole th more »

  • Forum Post: The Tampa Bay Lugo

    Posted 02/24/2009 06:01:00 EST

    If lugo or lowrie played great D you can deal with so/so offense but we cant have bad D and bad O.

    Shortstop is a defensive position and arguably the most important. more »

  • Forum Post: A Redsox 5th starter question

    Posted 02/24/2009 05:32:58 EST

    At 43 Wake is not going to pen, to many shoulder issues. more »

  • Forum Post: The Tampa Bay Lugo

    Posted 02/24/2009 05:28:55 EST

    Ram your realistic I think, some people are talking as if Lowrie is beyond a level where he is at. I realize he was hurt and he was offensive player in year in 2007, still he needs to show he can perf more »

  • Forum Post: The Tampa Bay Lugo

    Posted 02/24/2009 05:25:17 EST

    [Quote]This is a total unknown right now, what is Lowrie we really have no idea? Lugo is he a 100 OPS+ of 70 OPS+ Lugo gets bashed to much, by me also because he has been so bad to date and Lowrie to more »

  • Forum Post: A Redsox 5th starter question

    Posted 02/24/2009 05:13:36 EST

    Great question, Wake will go down to injury by August and somewhere a spot will be open. If it does not you may see 6 man. more »

  • Forum Post: A Redsox 5th starter question

    Posted 02/24/2009 05:11:03 EST

    Bowden, because they want Buchholtz to have some success at AAA first. Masterson is not a starter he is a relief pitcher, his make up clearly shows him as a relief pitcher. more »

  • Forum Post: The Tampa Bay Lugo

    Posted 02/24/2009 05:03:21 EST

    This is a total unknown right now, what is Lowrie we really have no idea? Lugo is he a 100 OPS+ of 70 OPS+ Lugo gets bashed to much, by me also because he has been so bad to date and Lowrie to much lo more »

  • Forum Post: The Tampa Bay Lugo

    Posted 02/24/2009 05:02:25 EST

    Lugo is what he is, at 33 you cant expect a banner year.

    270 ish 7-10 HR 330 - 340 OBP, 25 - 30 SB, 65 - 70 runs more »

  • Forum Post: An improved Ellsbury = Best lineup in baseball

    Posted 02/24/2009 03:50:22 EST

    Youk is 29 and Pedroia 26, theyare in there peak years, Youk should maintain his performance for 2 - 3 years and Pedroia should peak in 2010 and reach that level for 2-3 years. Which is Why Theo's sig more »

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