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Yoda wrote:kage812004 wrote:i couldnt agree with u more on the arod thing, i cant stand the guy and his comments on this subject and the comments he made about schilling are unreal. these yankee fans in here make me laugh
That is like cat calling the kettle black. Schilling has always been a yapper. Just ask RJ and Pedro. The guy is a great pitcher but most people can't stand him because of his fat mouth.
Yankees fans couldn't give too shits about the Red Sox and what they do. Even after beating the Yanks and winning the WS, some Red Sox fans are still complaining about something Arod did 3 months ago. When will you guys get over it?
lesgrant wrote:As for this thread, only a Red Sox fan could be bitter in victory. Truly pathetic.
Pssh, I bet you without Bellichek Brady and the Pats would be a .500 team. The system is that good. Anyways, you can stretch the rules to win. This is the pros dude, not your local little league, so you do what you can without getting caught. Its not cheating if you dont get caught.Yoda wrote:giants8307 wrote:Yoda wrote:giants8307 wrote:Did anyone see that Brett Myers quote that was up here a couple days ago? He said he had a good year because he had 11 wins, irrespective of his 5+ ERA. Maybe he's just a natural "winner." Do you think he had a good year? Me either...Maybe he's just a natural "winner," though.
I think it is ridiculous for someone to compare what Myers means to his team versus what Brady means to his team. I wouldn't even know where to begin...
Brady's obviously better, but that winning is more about your team than yourself, irrespective of sport. If myers were on the expos, he would ahve had 4 or 5 wins. If brady were on the dolphins, they would have had maybe 6 wins.
Wow... I am speechless...
Carey Saders wrote:lesgrant wrote:As for this thread, only a Red Sox fan could be bitter in victory. Truly pathetic.
Think what you want, but I think that Pacman is right. I'm not a Red Sox fan, and I think it's detestable what ARod said. Not just stupid in a "what an idiot" kind of way but abhorent. Makes me SICK.
ARod appears to be a fine, upstanding citizen. He donated millions to his Miami University. He does all kind of charity work. Yet this makes all that meaningless.
Obviously, we live in a nation where right and wrong are irrelevent.
Absolutely Adequate wrote:Even though I'm not one for saying "But Think of the Children!" in a hysterically high voice, you're right. Arod came out and said that it was okay for him to cheat because he thought he could get away with it.
Maybe I'm a little too idealistic, but I think baseball should be a fun game that helps boys grow up. Helps to teach them the value of teamwork and fair play and etc. Arod came out and told my players (I help coach high school baseball) that it's okay to cheat if you think you can get away with it. The guy is a schmuck. It has nothing to do with the Yankees or the Red Sox or anyone else. If David Wright did and said the same thing, I'd feel the same way.
He's a schmuck.
Absolutely Adequate wrote:If David Wright did and said the same thing, I'd feel the same way.
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