So....what does this prove, if anything?
posted by redsoxrgay at 09:46 PM on August 11
Wow, what a situation to be in. Somehow I dont think that Charles Barkley will clear the situation though....
posted by redsoxrgay at 05:32 PM on August 11
Until White proves he can be the next Eddie George, I dont think he has any place spitting on anyone. But.... I would like to see him spit on Keith Bullock- he would get his ass kicked.
posted by redsoxrgay at 05:24 PM on August 11
Young is good, but certainly not the best. If you wnat to talk about the "nice guy" factor, then Jeter has him beat there too- as he donates time and money to numerous good causes. Untill Young wins a championship, or even plays well in the playoffs, I dont think that he can be coined the "best".
posted by redsoxrgay at 03:52 PM on August 11
Yerfatma- your right. I just thought that would give you a better judgement of his character. But about the "pushing" thing, I dont consider it list worthy, do you?
posted by redsoxrgay at 04:39 PM on August 10
Most people who see baseball as boring dont understand it. The average fan wouldnt pay attention to the signs, shifts, etc. that actually take up most of the time.
posted by redsoxrgay at 12:34 PM on August 10
Calling Jordan a cheater makes me sick. He had some tricky moves, but to coin him as a cheater is a bit much. Secondly, Reggie Bush shouldnt be on the list either. Bush donates money to all of the Katrina relief funds, and forces his sponsors to donate millions to New Orleans. Bush didn't really do anything that dosent happen routinely with the push, but thats just my opinion.
posted by redsoxrgay at 12:29 PM on August 10
Im in. CTGIANTZ!= me
posted by redsoxrgay at 02:06 PM on August 08
Notre Dame is good- I love their QB, and seem to be the team to beat. But, we all must realize that the games haven't even begun, so lots of things can change. eg: Brett Romar
posted by redsoxrgay at 01:57 PM on August 08
Nice gesture skydivedad- This guy knew what he was talking about, a real class act. ~R.I.P~
posted by redsoxrgay at 01:54 PM on August 08
Tiger= Best EVER?
posted by redsoxrgay at 06:59 PM on August 06
I don't really care for Madden, but his speech gave me goosebumps. Awesome. Yeah, his speech was the best of them all. Especially at the end when he said that this is "The greatest ride of all". I guess all the commentary he's done made him a good public talker.
posted by redsoxrgay at 02:54 PM on August 06
posted by redsoxrgay at 08:58 AM on August 06
Did anyone see what they're doing for Castro now?
posted by redsoxrgay at 01:08 PM on August 05
Perhaps, an incentive could be offered for better officiating. Along with the new uniforms, comes a new rule. Whenever a ref makes a bad call, which will be judged by a panel of average veiwers, that ref removes one peice of clothing. The incentive therefore, if you make good calls, you will not be naked in front of the veiwing public. You would actually want ot see those guys naked? Most of them are ready for AARP.
posted by redsoxrgay at 12:48 PM on August 04
Still waiting for Weedy to make some sort of comment.... : )
posted by redsoxrgay at 12:32 PM on August 04
Yea, crappy article. Whats the point? Jeter is Jeter, he made the play, got the out. For the price of games now a days, whats wrong with a little flash every now and then? By the way- anyone think that he'll hit for the batting title?
posted by redsoxrgay at 09:06 PM on August 03
Nice, informative article.... plus I have a new favorite word- "Refereekonomics".....it has a good ring to it.
posted by redsoxrgay at 07:36 PM on August 03
Wow... can you imagine putting together a website like that?? Anyways, great post grum.
posted by redsoxrgay at 01:31 PM on August 03
There is a major difference between exercising your freedom of speech and exercising your poor taste and bad judgement. I just hope when Lowell is on his death bed, there's someone out there wanting to tell the world how happy he is that Lowell will soon be dead. You make a good point, very strong words at an akward time. I dont know if I really agree or disagree with him.
posted by redsoxrgay at 11:57 AM on August 03
I personally think that Yao should be on the list. He revolutionized overseas scouting in the NBA. I know his numbers arent nearly as good as the other names mentioned, but he did influence the game tremendously.
posted by redsoxrgay at 11:54 AM on August 03
Im suprised that they got caught. If your going to do something stupid, then be slick about it. It seems to me like it would be very hard to get caught doing something like that, but apparently not.
posted by redsoxrgay at 11:50 AM on August 03
show some heuvos.... Huevos in spanish means eggs.... but im sure you knew that all along... As for Lowell, its good to see the use of freedom of speech, Castro really messed everything up.
posted by redsoxrgay at 11:07 AM on August 03
Holden, that random column generator had me laughing my ass off- funny stuff.
posted by redsoxrgay at 06:54 PM on August 02
You know, as much as I would have liked to see Clemens come to Boston yesterday... Clemens made his choice in May and he chose Houston. Totally agree with you JG- this guy chose to go to Houston, and now he's paying for it.
posted by redsoxrgay at 10:34 AM on August 01
Thanks TBH, btw- I am going to change my sn soon..... ill keep ya posted
posted by redsoxrgay at 09:19 PM on July 31
How would you feel if the government stopped you from running? 'I would be sad. I'd catch them by the neck and throttle them.' He twists one hand above the other sharply, to make an unexpectedly violent strangling gesture. Holy Crap- they have the kid completely brainwashed.... sad really
posted by redsoxrgay at 09:15 PM on July 31
Hey kidrayter, keep in mind that Lugo is getting older, and BJ Upton is a great prospect with speed- who will probably be called up now that Lugos out of the way.
posted by redsoxrgay at 07:47 PM on July 31
The point was that Bernie did a good job filling in for Sheff and Matsui. Matsui will be back sooner than later, so why do they need Abreu? Melky, Bernie, and Damon are ok- for now. If you think that the difference between making the playoffs or not depends soley on Abreu, maybe thats one thing, but the Yankees have played some good ball lately. Lastly, I never compared Bernie to A Rod, I just that Bernie could fill in for Matsui for another couple of weeks- rather than taking on Abreu's contract.
posted by redsoxrgay at 07:39 PM on July 31
You know who else has a .280 AVG? Alex Rodriguez. Are you going to tell me that Bernie Williams is as productive as Alex Rodriguez? That why OPS (.882 vs .754) is a better measuring stick. Yeah, but A Rod makes $25 million dollars, while Bernie makes 1 million. Batting average is important when you talk about a guy who dosent hit for much power anymore. And yes, aside from Castillos ability to steal bases, Williams and Castillo are comprable in terms of talent. Point is, adding Bobby Abreu wasn't a necessity. He's a luxury to have on a team. Even if Matsui doesnt come back for an entire month, you have Giambi, Cano, Jeter, A Rod, Posada, Damon, Melky, and Williams in the same lineup. Even without Abreu, the Yankees have a good lineup. You can argue that Williams isnt great in the field, dosent swing the bat well, whatever. but Abreu isnt something that the Yankees "needed " to do in order to make the playoffs.
posted by redsoxrgay at 03:16 PM on July 31
Yeah ok, the Mustang works for me- lol.
posted by redsoxrgay at 02:21 PM on July 31
The only "pleasant surprise" about Bernie Williams is that the opposing teams are "pleasantly surprised" to see him in the field at game time. Williams signed a one million dollar contract, thinking that this year wouldn't present him with many oppurtunities. Last year his BA was .249, and this year is .280. You don't mention his batting average, but are quick to bitch about his power. The Yankees got much more than they expected in Williams. Matsui is on his way back soon, and while you can argue he might face complications, he's expected to take batting practice in a week or so. Melky has shown he's capable of playing in the outfield, and now his playing time will soon be gone. Having Bobby Abreu is like buying a Ferrari- it's a luxury. They didn't need Abreu, although getting him means that other contenders (like Boston, Detroit, etc) cannot make a trade for him. As for Chacon and Ponson, their stats certainly arent appealing, but Chacon helped the Yankees tremendously down the stretch last season. With Lidle, the Yanks shouldn't need to rely on their pen as much, and it's possible that Ponson and/or Chacon could help out.
posted by redsoxrgay at 02:09 PM on July 31
This is a typical Yankee trade, big contracts in exchange for young talent. Anyways, I really think that the Yankees could have done without Abreu. Bernie has been a pleasant suprise thus far, Melky has done well in clutch situations, and Damon hit two homers yesterday. The real gem of the trade was Corey Lidle, who really anchors the backend of the starting 5. With Ponson and Chacon in the pen, hopefully guys like Proctor, Villone, Farnsworth, and Rivera can get some rest. They are the team to beat. Obviously you are caught up in your world series run.... this year it dosent look so bright for ya.
posted by redsoxrgay at 11:30 AM on July 31
Yeah, but if the season ended in two weeks, the White Sox would probably be the odd team out. Boston gets back David Wells from injury, and Coco Crisp is finally coming around. This move made by the Yankees is alright, but honestly, I would have rather seen them pick up a guy like Barry Zito or Dontrelle Willis. Adding Abreu wasn't a necessity, especially with Bernie doing well this year, Matsui on the mend, and Sheffield due back in September or sooner. Melky is also a decent outfielder, a rookie, and has a rocket for an arm. Lidle is a good fit for the Yankees, and will probably do well in the 4 spot in the starting 5. I think a potentially smart move would to go with a 6 man rotation, which would enable the starters (particulary Johnson) to pitch more innings, and hopefully give the Yankees entire stafff a rest. With Abreu, Lidle, and the returns of Matsui, Cano, Dotel, and possibly Sheffield- the Yankees should slide into the playoffs.
posted by redsoxrgay at 11:26 PM on July 30
Retire Tiki! posted by Robb Dubbs at 3:12 PM CDT on July 29 Yeah because running backs who can rush for 1800 yards a season just fall off of the turnip truck- right?
posted by redsoxrgay at 04:06 PM on July 29
I guess now there is a snowballs chance that the team could go to Connecticut- which would be a welcomed addition to Hartfords rebuilding process. We supported the Whalers, untill they sucked..... anyways, seeing a NHL franchise in Connecticut would be great.
posted by redsoxrgay at 01:57 PM on July 29
The name that im suprised nobody mentioned was Brian Grant- hes as big of a waste as Penny, or even Van Horn. Did anyone notice how many players on this list were from the Knicks? They had Van Horn, and Penny, Marbury, Francis, J Rose, and probably a few others. Plus, the Knicks are about to overpay again for another average talent in Jared Jefferies. It looks like Thomas is going to completely dismantle the team during his rein of terror, if he hasn't already.
posted by redsoxrgay at 01:01 PM on July 29
Did anyone read this yet? Landis and his attorney claim that the testosterone imbalance was a natural occurance. Anyone believe them?
posted by redsoxrgay at 12:53 PM on July 29
If and when Danica Patrick goes to Nascar, im sure that she'll be on the list. Can you imagine how many indorsments she'll recieve?
posted by redsoxrgay at 10:30 AM on July 29
I cannot believe that Tiger earns that much in endorsments. That number is unbelieveable to me. Makes me wish I had worked more on my golf swing....
posted by redsoxrgay at 08:28 PM on July 28
Many reporters and members of the media are counting the Giants out of the playoff hunt, largely due to the other teams in the NFC East. I personally believe that the Giants have a good chance of making a big run in the playoffs- as long as they stay healthy, and Eli improves. The G Men really don't have any glaring weaknesses, and adding Lavar in the offseason only stabilizes the front seven. As for Tiki, I am excited to see how well he can perform. Jacobs is a punishing back, who was used largely in short yardage situations last year. He's a beast, who should really lighten Tiki's workload. As for Ward, he's an ok back- with blazing speed. I really hope that Tiki will stay around for a few more years.
posted by redsoxrgay at 08:26 PM on July 28
Here are a list of some of the rarest, most valuable baseball cards ever. Its a pretty interesting list of cards.
posted by redsoxrgay at 05:41 PM on July 28
Ok, well at least now I don't look like a total ass.... but point is, I don't think that Frye will lead Cleveland to the playoffs, but Cleveland should be able to make the playoffs in a few years- one Frye emerges. And Bentley's injury will effect the team, but wont totally make or break Clevelands season.
posted by redsoxrgay at 05:35 PM on July 28
Yeah about that, I might change my sn soon.
posted by redsoxrgay at 05:02 PM on July 28
First of alll, according to nfl.com, Faine is a member of the Browns. Currently he is stated as the number one option. Secondly, Withrow is still a member of the Vikings, and is listed as their number one option. Thirdly, I never once said that Hallen was an upgrade over Bentley, I said that he could step in and do a servicable job. Lastly, the playoffs are almost out of the question with a rookie quarterback. Even Eli Manning struggled in his first year- and he was a number one pick. Maybe the websites information is wrong, and if it is, I should be more carefull of where I get my resources.
posted by redsoxrgay at 04:40 PM on July 28
I wouldn't be suprised to see the Giants use a two tight end formation with the newly aquired Boo Williams and or course, Jeremy Shockey. The 49ers could really benefit from this, especially with the speed of Davis. I personally think that the Falcons should try this, with Crumpler, and two solid backs. Vick isnt that accuratte of a passer, so this could benefit him in many aspects. Nice article yerfatma.
posted by redsoxrgay at 02:58 PM on July 28
This is a great example of how high priced pitching is. Personally, I think that the trade favors the Ranges, but who knows how many more deals will be made before the deadline. If the Brew Crew can trade some of their surplus of outfielders, they can really benefit from this trade. Plus, keeping Lee around could have gotten very expensive.
posted by redsoxrgay at 02:48 PM on July 28
nice pic HATER- lmao Anyways- getting back to Sapp, I think that he could tremendously help the Raiders defense this season. The Raiders dont look so bad on paper this year, with an exception of their secondary. Their offense with Brooks, Moss and Jordan could be potent.
posted by redsoxrgay at 02:43 PM on July 28
Yeah, but Minnesota struggled last year because of all the off the field problems. They finished 9-7, and could have done better if Dante had a good year. They had a useable backup in Withrow, who btw is starting this year. For someone to say that a center will make or break a teams season dosen't make much sense. He might effect the teams play slightly, but not as dramatically as you think. Hallen isnt a bad backup, he could probably lead the line better than Charles, who has less experience, and is new to the system. The offensive line really isnt the biggest issue- it their defense. The other starting members of the o-line are experienced, and proven. Plus they have another veteran in Jeff Faine, who can possible split playing time with Hallen. This injury obviously wont be beneficiary to the Browns, but they aren't a playoff team this year anyway.
posted by redsoxrgay at 02:25 PM on July 28
Yeah, but if your relying on one guy to make or break your season, then chances are, you aren't a legitimate playoff team.
posted by redsoxrgay at 01:31 PM on July 28
I dont think that this will greatly effect the Browns, with or without Bentley, I dont see them making the playoffs. People have put way too much stock in their offseason aquisitions, and are really depending on Frye. In 3 or 4 years, I think this team will be a force to be reckoned with.
posted by redsoxrgay at 12:33 PM on July 28
This looks like the newest show on Fox this fall.... lmao People are so into nudity, I bet good money that this will become a huge success.
posted by redsoxrgay at 12:31 PM on July 28
Looks like the Brewers have tons of trade bait- I wonder if they have a snowballs chance of landing Soriano?
posted by redsoxrgay at 12:26 PM on July 28
Interesting post Dusted- I know if I ever posted something like this, I would get hell for it for eternity. Anyways, I think that the whole Faith Day can be a great thing. I wouldn't be suprised if lots more teams develpoed the same sort of thing in the near future. As long as it dosent turn into some cheap marketing scheme, I think that this can be very beneficial. Who knows, maybe some kids will get some positive role models out of the thing too.
posted by redsoxrgay at 08:06 PM on July 26
Hey, I never said that they would rely completely on their line to win games, but I do think that they are capable of doing their job, and ensuring that the offense runs efficentially.
posted by redsoxrgay at 07:59 PM on July 26
The Wade to Jordan anology is greatly stretched, as are most of the comparisons. I think that the team will do much better than last time around, but will never be equivilent to the 1992 team.
posted by redsoxrgay at 07:37 PM on July 26
This is a pretty crappy article. Mock Drafts in July? Anyways, I doubt if 10% of these predictions will actually happen.
posted by redsoxrgay at 07:34 PM on July 26
I used to collect cards- no matter what sport they were. But as I got older, I shyed away from cards, and more towards autographs. My collection includes many great players, many of which are in the Hall of Fame. I personally enjoy collecting them more, and think that they're a safer investment. *My prized autograph is my Yankees hat signed by Yaz- I still dont know why the hell he signed it- lol.
posted by redsoxrgay at 02:25 PM on July 26
With James you dont need to depend on Warner. In past years, the Cards had no running game, and thus relied on Warner. Warner has shown he's a capable starter, and the Cardinals have a solid O- Line. I think that Arizona will turn lots of heads this year, and win 9- 10 games.
posted by redsoxrgay at 12:22 PM on July 26
I say they get LeBron out there and give him the ball every time.... chances are they'll do better than last time around.
posted by redsoxrgay at 07:29 PM on July 21
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