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  • Posted 08/16/2012 03:51:21 EDT

    aside from pitching a reasonable game in game 7 against Cleveland, he has been a complete annoyance . . . culminating in him taking the WBC far more seriously, and likley throwing out his arm, than hi more »

  • Posted 05/21/2012 01:01:03 EDT

    Oakland over Miami in '74 playoff game . . . a lot of colorful names in that game more »

  • Posted 05/04/2012 01:55:11 EDT

    The Babe - Ruth The Splendid Splinter - Williams Georgia Peach - Cobb Night Train - Bobby Lane Louisiana Lightning - Guidry Big Papi - Dave Pistol Pete Maravich Yogi Berra Shoeless Joe Jackson The Bro more »

  • Posted 04/05/2012 10:19:10 EDT

    1st game was Veteran's Stadium in Philly, '73 . . . but, 1st game at Fenway was 7-17-75 with Tiant on the mound and Cecil Cooper leading the offense that night . . . Go Sox !!! more »

  • Posted 02/10/2012 01:59:45 EST

    In Response to Re: Bill James:"Dwight Evans belongs in Cooperstown" : An open letter to the Hall of Fame: In Response to Re: Bill James:"Dwight Evans belongs in Cooperstown" : An open letter to the Ha more »

  • Posted 02/10/2012 09:52:16 EST

    Dwight led the majors in extra-base hits during the '80's . . . don't know the entire list, but have read that no other extra-base hit decade champion has been left out of the HOF . . . I've always fe more »

  • Posted 02/02/2012 01:06:00 EST

    NY vs Boston is always a battle of mass vs class . . . also represented in the relationships of say Joe & Marilyn vs Tom & Gisele

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  • Posted 02/01/2012 10:13:55 EST

    let him wear Schilling's sock . . . that would tick off NY fans more »

  • Forum Post: #7?

    Posted 01/31/2012 09:39:24 EST

    Dom is worthy of serious consideration . . . during his 10 years, no one had more hits than he did, a stat that very much goes under the radar, and was an outstanding CFer . . . like many, his lost ye more »

  • Posted 01/26/2012 09:20:47 EST

    it means he's cooler than Sam Malone

    lead us to victory General Brady !! more »

  • Posted 01/20/2012 03:19:44 EST

    Success usually does start at the top and flow down hill . . . thankfully, Jim Orthwein (rip) filled the role as a stop-gap until Bob Kraft could get his ducks in a row . . . it's been a decade of suc more »

  • Posted 11/17/2011 07:34:21 EST

    In Response to Re: forget the teams all the hotties are leaving: A moment of silence for Heidi leaving. Respect. I will miss that goddess. Posted by georom4 I concur, well said . . . she will not be e more »

  • Posted 10/25/2011 01:03:36 EDT

    Theo did not build the Sox, but he was a significant cog in the engine that did . . . over the past 8 years, we (the fans) saw more success and stability than has been seen in decades . . . for a whil more »

  • Posted 08/31/2011 09:46:19 EDT

    Pats need to emphasize and remain committed to the running game more run-blocking is a much more offensive effort for the offensive line vs the defensive/passive posture of pass-blocking . . . and it more »

  • Posted 08/29/2011 08:16:02 EDT

    I was as skeptical as anyone, but it has been great to see Papi have such a tremendous season . . . I don't really know what it will take, but it would be great if they can work out a deal here's a th more »

  • Posted 07/08/2011 03:31:25 EDT

    Easler for Baylor was another

    not likely to happen while both remain competitive, but when one team slips for a couple year period somewhere down the road, it becomes a possibility more »

  • Posted 07/07/2011 08:21:39 EDT

    it seems once you get about 100 miles north of the city, the Sox (and Patriots) start to gain good attention . . . think about it, once you get near Albany, driving over to Fenway is about the same at more »

  • Posted 10/08/2010 07:25:49 EDT

    Excellent Point . . . that makes 3 picks in the top 33, or thereabout . . . this year's draft needs to yield a bumper crop more »

  • Posted 09/17/2010 11:47:31 EDT

    not that Randy Moss has a lot to prove, but this is a perfect week for him to show everyone why want (or don't want) to keep him after this year I've sort of liked his low key attitude about the 'slou more »

  • Posted 12/30/2009 03:54:23 EST

    they'r both terrific, but with 3 SB's . . . the edge goes to Tom more »

  • Posted 12/24/2009 09:23:44 EST

    on pounding it into the endzone via power running . . . would it be ridiculous to resurrect the Refrigerator Perry idea and give the ball to Wilfork for 1 yard runs??

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  • Posted 12/09/2009 12:04:12 EST

    it may not send any message to these guys and it may not matter this year, although I hope it does . . . more importantly, it defines expectations and discpline for others moving forward more »

  • Posted 12/09/2009 11:50:27 EST

    glad to hear it . . . showing up late is ridiculous, barring 'serious' issues, which is not weather . . . plan ahead, leave early and get to work, otherwise it illustrates a lack of respect and commit more »

  • Posted 12/07/2009 04:10:06 EST

    the whole thing is giving me flashbacks to the Ron Ehrhardt era

    start talking to Larry Mondello, bring him back as OC . . . and let's hope Romeo, where for art thou, becomes available too more »

  • Posted 11/27/2009 07:40:36 EST

    While I don't care for Detroit or Dallas, sticking with tradition is generally good . . . however, now that the NFL has decided there will be a 3rd game played on Thanksgiving, what could be a more na more »