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  • #135535
    Canadian Soldier
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    Based on his whiny column this morning, Cafardo may need to quit baseball. The sport is leaving him and his values behind.

    Thank God Aaron Sele landed on his feet!   :dry:
    But as long as the Yankees keep winning the offseason, as they have done again, Nick will summon the energy to get out of bed every morning to write his drivel. Meanwhile, Alex Speier waits patiently on deck; he could be the best national baseball writer ever (surpassing PGammo) but Nick keeps slogging on, vesting year after year in his pension plan with no end in sight.

     

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    #135536
    Yahtzee
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    He still gets to vote for the HOF for 10(!) years after he retires so get on with it.

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    #135538
    jforb
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    Gee’s post with his theory that, had Brady’s ankle been bad, Bledsoe would have dinked and dunked the same and they still would have beaten the Rams might be the dumbest thing he’s written.

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    #135540
    Yahtzee
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    Last Monday marked Dwyane Wade’s second-to-last appearance at TD Garden (barring a Heat-Celtics playoff series), and the crowd honored him with a standing ovation when he entered, and cheered his every basket.

     

    From Gary Washburn’s Sunday notes column. Is that for real?

    #135541
    02062
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    Wade’s  Bill Barber Level unlikeable

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    #135542
    Humphrey
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    Based on his whiny column this morning, Cafardo may need to quit baseball. The sport is leaving him and his values behind.

    Thank God Aaron Sele landed on his feet! :dry:

    But as long as the Yankees keep winning the offseason, as they have done again, Nick will summon the energy to get out of bed every morning to write his drivel. Meanwhile, Alex Speier waits patiently on deck; he could be the best national baseball writer ever (surpassing PGammo) but Nick keeps slogging on, vesting year after year in his pension plan with no end in sight.

    Let’s ban replay but let’s let the modern day versions of Billy Martin and Earl Weaver stand out there and make idiots of themselves for several minutes when there’s a judgement call that 99% of the time cannot be changed even if the umpire thinks he blew it.
    Nick at his ludicrous worst.

     

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    #135543
    NASCL
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    Wade’s Bill Barber Level unlikeable

    I’d consider throwing Shaughnessey the lone life jacket before Barber.

    Ultimately, Barber gets the lifeline and a kick in the balls.

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    #135544
    jforb
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    They cheered Nowitzki’s every basket too.

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    #135546
    Lefty
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    Last Monday marked Dwyane Wade’s second-to-last appearance at TD Garden (barring a Heat-Celtics playoff series), and the crowd honored him with a standing ovation when he entered, and cheered his every basket.

    From Gary Washburn’s Sunday notes column. Is that for real?

    I was at that game.  Maybe the people sitting next to Washburn in the press box were doing that, but it was not a building wide thing.

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