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Buck

Member Since 01 Oct 2011
Offline Last Active Apr 04 2012 01:53 PM
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In Topic: Worst Baseball Uniforms of All-Time?

12 November 2011 - 01:35 PM

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Fancy boys FTW

In Topic: The "New GM Friendly Wager" Thread

04 October 2011 - 04:13 PM




Andrew Friedman, 10/13/11
Ryno, 10/31/11
Prince, 11/21/11

Welcome Buck, love the avatar!

I like your beard!

Ke$ha?

Mark Wahlberg
http://www.hulu.com/...alks-to-animals

In Topic: The "New GM Friendly Wager" Thread

04 October 2011 - 02:07 PM


Andrew Friedman, 10/13/11
Ryno, 10/31/11
Prince, 11/21/11

Welcome Buck, love the avatar!


Thanx Goat, I like your beard!.. And your state, GO BLUE!!! 5-0

In Topic: Theo Epstein Makes Bad Starting Pitching Choices?

04 October 2011 - 01:59 PM

Needless to say, after 100-plus years and the general red-assedness of New Englanders, there's a lot more patience in this organization than with the Sawks. Theo was put in high-pressure situations to keep up with and sometimes outbid the Yanks and therefor that meant maybe sometimes over-spending for a turd like Lackey or Dice-K if not for the simple fact of keeping him away from the Yanks but also because I assume he was oft-pressured into trading away prospects (Anibel Sanchez, Justin Masterson, Casey Kelly, etc.) for immediate help in the rat-race AL East. I'd like to think, given a little more breathing room in a more patient organization and a less competitive division, that Theo would be able to hold on to the pieces he picked and developed opposed to trading them and then in turn, wouldn't need to sign veteran free-agent arms that rarely seem to live up to their price tags anyways. I'm on the Friedman wagon but I think this article is a bit misleading in the way it paints Theo's decisions as it pertains to how he could handle the Cubs.

In Topic: The "New GM Friendly Wager" Thread

04 October 2011 - 01:12 PM

Andrew Friedman, 10/13/11
Ryno, 10/31/11
Prince, 11/21/11

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