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  • Posted 03/10/2012 05:08:41 EST

    Sure why not.  And Beckett can sell cold beer in the stands while Papi sings the National Anthem.  It's all good.

  • Posted 03/10/2012 05:03:42 EST

    Not blew it up, threw it up.  None of them are worth keeping.  Freeney will cost too much when they let him go and the only other one left that's worth looking at is Garcon.  The end of an era aside, more »

  • Posted 03/10/2012 04:43:50 EST

    Wallace...too expensive.  Mario...too expensive.  Freeney...too expensive.
    Next. more »

  • Posted 02/19/2012 07:34:08 EST

    Being realistic about the 2012 Red Sox, and based on what they've done to 'improve', compared to the Yanks, Rays, Angels, Tigers and Rangers they only are a 3rd place team in the AL East.  Period.  Ca more »

  • Posted 01/10/2012 08:54:46 EST

    Packers might be in trouble this weekend the way the Giants D-line is playing.  Saints should handle the Niners, though.  more »

  • Posted 01/08/2012 12:59:48 EST

    I don't believe either team will make the Superbowl but if they did (with same palyers as now) the Saints would roll.  Two very good offenses...but that's where the competition ends.  That Pats defens more »

  • Forum Post: RF OPTIONS?

    Posted 01/05/2012 07:24:29 EST

    In Response to Re: RF OPTIONS?: Byrd turns 35 this year and already has shown signs of decline: .842 .808 .775 .719 His .649 OPS vs LHPs in 2011 is not a good sign. Posted by moonslav59 Maybe.  But fo more »

  • Forum Post: RF OPTIONS?

    Posted 01/05/2012 05:27:18 EST

    It's been discussed before but Marlon Byrd of the Cubs would be a fit in RF as insurance against Kalish being out longer than anticipated and Sweeney possibly sucking badly.  Over the last two years B more »

  • Posted 01/02/2012 11:22:40 EST

    Good article Dan, you did your job and enflamed the masses. The homies are all riled up (piece of cake) and the nay-sayers are nodding their heads in smug affirmation of the not-so-hidden message. Dre more »

  • Posted 12/30/2011 09:11:36 EST

    It's hard to believe that a $170MM+ team would use a platoon of Sweeney and DMac as their regular RF approach.  There are better options that are still affordable.  Marlon Byrd of the Cubs is one opti more »

  • Posted 12/30/2011 07:32:36 EST

    Sweeney's a lefty who can't hit lefties (i.e., fail). Sox need a right-handed hitter with decent overall stats that doesn't cost too much in funds or prospects. One very real possibility is Marlon Byr more »