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Posted Wednesday April 23, 2014, About: Farrell defends Fenway's 'sleep room'
Off topic, congrats to Albert Pujols on his 500th. I'm happy to see him doing better than the last two years.
Posted Friday April 18, 2014, About: Mattingly worried about Puig
We'll have no choice but to take out the drug cartels ourselves if they start murdering high profile people on US soil. They know there's a line they can't cross in the US without facing certain destruction.
Posted Friday April 18, 2014, About: 'Velo' questions anger Papelbon
The guy had one really bad outing. He's not given up an earned run since. I don't see why it's important as long as he's keeping his ERA under 3. He's a major tool; still an effective pitcher though.
Posted Friday April 18, 2014, About: 'Velo' questions anger Papelbon
He is right about that. Movement and location are more important than velocity. Who cares as long as the results are good?
Posted Monday April 14, 2014, About: The pitching trend ruining pitchers
That's the price of movement on almost every pitch. It also get gets you paid millions of dollars.
Posted Monday April 14, 2014, About: The pitching trend ruining pitchers
Seriously, this has been common knowledge for some time.
Posted Sunday April 13, 2014, About: Report: Jon Lester rejects Red Sox lowball offer
His last two years haven't been worth what they offered. They may want to see if he returns to ace form before giving him ace money.
Posted Friday April 11, 2014, About: MLB players still consider Cruz a cheater
Never mentioned it until the Red Sox complained about juicing. I'm one of those who believes it's very widespread on all teams.
Posted Friday April 11, 2014, About: MLB players still consider Cruz a cheater
You don't know why they do it. Bonds already had his contract when he started using. I'm sure some do it for the money. I'm sure some do it to win and for the glory. Bonds seems to have done it to prove he was much better than the rest.
Posted Friday April 11, 2014, About: MLB players still consider Cruz a cheater
*cough* *cough* neither the Cardinals nor Athletics were whining about losing to PED users while sporting several of their own.
Posted Friday April 11, 2014, About: Braves' Freeman tells Chipper he's unstoppable
Good for him. He'll come back to earth soon enough. Enjoy the great times Freddie.
Posted Friday April 11, 2014, About: MLB players still consider Cruz a cheater
How does Ortiz feel about it?
Posted Friday April 11, 2014, About: Bronx Bombers near bottoming out
Seriously, life is really good if this is near your bottom.
Posted Friday April 11, 2014, About: Bronx Bombers near bottoming out
Did this originate in The Onion?
Posted Wednesday April 09, 2014, About: Giants done dealing with Sandoval
I'm not sure I'd trust a guy who waited until his walk year to be concerned about his fitness.
Posted Tuesday April 08, 2014, About: Bell after hitting his friend in the face: 'I feel worse'
I'm sure Bell feels really bad; I don't know that he feels worse than an MLB pitch to the face.
Posted Monday April 07, 2014, About: CC on A-Rod: Who?
Sorry to read about your loss Lex.
Posted Monday April 07, 2014, About: CC on A-Rod: Who?
He's a 5/10 guy with an automatic no trade clause. He'll play for the Yankees or they'll buy him out for 100%.
Posted Thursday April 03, 2014, About: Early start doomed Dodgers pitchers
I was only disturbed by announcing the results over the radio. I thought that was over the top when they knew full well that was further humiliation of those who didn't do well.
Posted Thursday April 03, 2014, About: Early start doomed Dodgers pitchers
Yes, I was there in the early eighties. Each year a test was given in grade school to determine your entire future. Would you go to a top school or a trade school. The results were announced over the radio. That night several pre-teens would commit suicide. Honor was still everything to them as of the eighties. I've heard it has relaxed just a bit since I was there.
Posted Thursday April 03, 2014, About: Early start doomed Dodgers pitchers
You must understand this to appreciate the magnitude of unconditional surrender for the Japanese. It wasn't just soldiers; humans would never consider surrender. only sub-human creatures would consider surrender. That's why it took two atomic bombs to prompt their surrender.
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