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Discussion in 'Our Errors are Mistakes: The Media Forum' started by gmogmo, Aug 25, 2013.
Sorry, just saw this. When Jeter panics and releases him two days from now we'll look great!
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Chad, just listened to the podcast, great job getting out of those two old men's way Ryan and CHB.. it was an interesting take on HOF ballot
Ha, thanks, man. My 15-year-old self wouldn't have believed I'd ever do something like that. My approach was just to point them in a direction and let them go. Forgot to get to Manny, though. Would like to argue with Shaughnessy about advanced stats someday. But that wasn't the time.
Huh, you'd have more success selling ice to Eskimos.
I know good math when I see it.
Love the last line of Chad's "Unconventional Preview" for the Titans game:
Bring on the Jaguars.
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Weird to post in this thread, but thought some of you dads (and moms too) might find this, on sharing sports experiences, relatable.
Not sure if this should go in the T&R thread or here, but Chad, what are your thoughts on the future of T&R? Fred's said a number of times over the last few months that he wants to be syndicated nationally. Part of their original TV deal was get syndicated, which never happened. He also seems to despise driving to Dorchester on a daily basis.
Seems like Fred wants his big pay day and wants to break out of a single market. I can't imagine Beasley would walk away from T&R with the numbers they've put up since they were on TSH.
My grandkids won't know why this was once clever
On a brighter note, they will be unable to set you adrift on an iceberg when you're wearing pajamas in the daytime.
Former Pats beat writer Nick Underhill, lastly covering the Saints for the Advocate, is returning to Boston. Not sure his exact role or which outlet yet. I’m sure Chad knows.
Chad has a tremendous article about the Sox outfield and how it might compare to other historic outfields. Just a fantastic read and trip down memory lane.
I've heard The Athletic.
Thanks. That was fun one to do. One takeaway: Benintendi is more engaging than we're led to believe. Doesn't say a ton, but I nice kid.
Is this another "everyone works for the athletic" joke?
Also, great job on the Sox' BP Annual team write-up. Was that piece available anywhere else? I mean, everyone should get the BP Annual, but if they don't, they still should get to read your article.
Thanks. Buying the book is recommended, of course, but Deadspin ran it a few weeks ago too.