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A forgotten piece of the big trade was Jerry Sands. I was disappointed that the Sox subsequently traded him away, as I thought he could be decent depth (in either the Gomes or Carp role). But he is having a terrible year in AAA. What's his deal?
I have to say a Boston/LA World Series sounds like awesome fun.
What are the good WS matchups this year?
I guess you don't want to monkey with your rotation; but I wonder if the Dodgers considered holding Kershaw back for this series.
Carl Crawford, one of the players the Red Sox traded to the Dodgers a year ago, continues to be critical of his time in Boston,
He rarely hits home-runs anymore
My buddy is a Pirates fan, so naturally we're both rooting for a Detroit-Pittsburgh series. (The fact that the FOX execs would commit ritual suicide would be a nice bonus.)
As I noted above, PeteAbe doesn't take even the slightest criticism well and can't accept that maybe, just maybe, there is some merit to the idea that the Boston media sucks ass.
Oak/TB/CLE vs. Pit (let's watch Fox execs commit suicide!)
But he is having a terrible year in AAA. What's his deal?
the Dodgers would only have a 1 in 6 chance of winning. 8% isn't much of a chance
I think he means he wants to beat the Red Sox badly. Saying he wants to beat them bad means the mechanism which allows him to beat isn't working properly.
I can't believe people are going to pick on that.
Any WS not involving teams who have had more than their 'deserved' share of WS success. No Cards (06 and 11 winners? really?) or Yankees.
But when it comes to the perception of what went down in that final season with the Red Sox, Beckett's view of the scenario hasn't been altered.
He said it in the days immediately after the trade, and nothing has changed: By the time the deal was made, Beckett was convinced his time in Boston had reached the point of no return.
Somebody failed the section on converting fractions to percents.
The correct response is What? ########, badly's an adverb, who taught you grammar?
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