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Transmogrifier wrote:wrveres wrote:Transmogrifier wrote:wrveres wrote:How many more days Transmo.... Is it one more week and I can lose the Popsicle to the left?
I think it might be ten days or so. The game was on the 16th, ended on the 17th, so you have till the 17th, in my book.
this has got to be the slowest month ..... .... .... ever.
Perhaps, but I guarantee you my month has been worse. Just digging up the old Pedro quote I had to read some stories about that game. It brought back memories and I don't think I'll be able to sleep tonight.
Lofunzo wrote:When Pedro took the blame, I gave him a lot of credit for that show of class. Now, it's more like a show of a**. Nothing like a real man to hit a guy when he's down. Pedro could have just left well enough alone but he just had to say something.
Shitney™ wrote:Lofunzo wrote:When Pedro took the blame, I gave him a lot of credit for that show of class. Now, it's more like a show of a**. Nothing like a real man to hit a guy when he's down. Pedro could have just left well enough alone but he just had to say something.
yea no use bringing up the past..
Nomar4prez wrote:Wow, there's alot of Pedro-haters on this forum...more than usual. Whoever called Pedro selfish, is completely wrong. This guy is a complete TEAM player, and the type of guy that makes a clubhouse a friendly enviroment to work in. If you don't believe me, then you haven't been watching Red Sox baseball for very long. He plays practical jokes on players, and always has a smile on his face. The only exception to this is on game day, when he should be serious. No player that has played with Pedro has said anything bad about him.
Once again, from reading that article, the media, as always, made him look bad, and only pointed out his "negative" comments. Wow, what a friggin surprise! AND, btw, it WAS Grady Little's fault. You don't ask a pitcher if he can stay in, and expect him to say NO! Grady Little was a pretty decent manager, but he screwed up. I don't think he should be fired for it, but that's how it goes. In this business, one mistake, and you can be gone. IMO, I actually like when players speak their minds, and don't just say, "No comment."
BUT, I know if someone doesn't like a player, they'll find every reason in the world to hate him more, and try to spread the hate. I only player I ever HATED was Roger Clemens, and thats just for reasons I can't explain(it's too painful to talk about.... ). Anyways, keep talking trash about Pedro b/c its what he uses for motivation during games. He reads articles and watches TV for motivation on gameday. Hey, it seems to be working so far!
Nomar4prez wrote:He was in trouble, and Grady asked him to come out, and, obviously, he said no. Yes, it was partly his fault b/c he gave up the runs, but everyone watching knew he was ready to collapse.
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