MashinSpuds wrote:I read that RJ isn't exactly the best of buddies with Schilling, so we might as well count that out as a reason to go to the Sox. I have a feeling he'll be a Yankee if he's not a D'back, with prospects from a 3rd team going to Arizona. (sigh)
I was under the impression that randy and schilling were very close friends. Enough so that even there families got toghter a decent amount
That's what I've always heard as well...don't read too much into that story, I think it was very inaccurate.
Shakes wrote:I was under the impression that randy and schilling were very close friends. Enough so that even there families got toghter a decent amount
I got my info from Rotoworld:
It appears that Randy Johnson wouldn't mind pitching for the Yankees, but he doubts New York has the prospects to satisfy Arizona in a trade. [snip]...As for other possible destinations for Johnson; the tall left-hander did not seem all that keen about joining the Red Sox. He still has a rocky relationship with former teammate and current Boston pitcher Curt Schilling...
Registered_Guest wrote:In other news in the sports world, hockey has gone on strike. I have no links for this and none are to be expected anytime soon.
Word has it when hockey season rolls around and no games are being played, they want to see if anyone actually notices...
I'm begining to think that we should contract down to the Original Six teams (Montreal, Toronto, Detriot, Chicago, NY and Boston) maybe replace Chicago with Ottawa - and let the rest of you ingrates survive without hockey.
Why do we even bother to spread our wonderful game and lend out our best athletes to those who don't appreciate them? (besides that fact that 90% of the Tampa Bay, Fla/Miam and Arizona fans are Canadians wintering in the south).
We even allowed Gagne, Matt Stairs and Larry Walker stop playing hockey and let them play baseball - and this is the gratitude we get - sighh
Because Americans have enough unappreciated teams, and Canadians are better fans. Although, Chicago is one of the few American teams that has a good fan base. But I honestly believe the Winnipeg Jets still have more die-hard fans than the team that replaced them a long time ago; the Phoenix Coyotes. It's a shame that because of sheer population, American cities create more revenue than a city in Canada would........
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