Have a Therapeudic New Year!
Remember when someone (Joel, I think) suggested that we needed to rename Sox Therapy because, wait for it, being a Sox fan was so darn awesome? Remember that? Do you freaking remember that? How long ago was that, about 30 years? Wait, what, it was just a couple of years ago? Damn, that sword of Damon-cles sure came down hard!
With all the horribleness of the past year plus, things have been getting pretty heated around these parts lately so I thought it’d be a good time for a fresh start. To all of my Red Sox fans brethren, whether they be Braniac Theologians, sexually sideways Aussies, or any other of the assortment of whackos who seek refuge and therapy within these walls, happy new year. Here’s hoping that 2013 does not yet again bring a plague of locusts upon our team.
I will start us off with some happy thoughts for the new year:
—No more watching Dice K taking 110 pitches to labor through 5 innings… on a good day.
—Daniel Nava, a guy who made many of us Internet geeks look tough when he graduated high school, will likely be an important of our team next year. (I think that one’s good!)
—There will be no shortage of closers to finish out our games!
—No more hoping the latest 3-game hit streak is Crawford finally “breaking out.”
—It is now far less likely that Kevin Youkilis will be beaned by Joba Chamberlain.
—Manny Ramirez and Johnny Damon are both available—let’s get the band back together!
Posted: December 30, 2012 at 05:46 PM | 24 comment(s)
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