has fancy plans, and pants to match
- Apr 12, 2001
You know what to do, amigos.
I think this would be an interesting trivia question: who is the only Red Sox player to appear in a game and not wear the number assigned to him?Erasmo Ramirez joins Nunez, signing a minor league deal with the Mets
Cubs waived Lakins, Orioles claimed himLakins did not clear and has been traded for a bag of balls.
Shut your filthy mouth about Victorino. He was awesome in 2013 but was a shell of himself by playoff time because of injuries. Also, I was at the Game 6 grand slam game with the Van Everywoman, @Section15Box113 and his wife. Watching Shane round the bases pounding his chest was probably the best (and at the time, most unlikely) in-game moment of my Red Sox watching career.As did Victorino in 2013.
Daniel Bard hasn't pitched in the MLB since 2013.
But that isn't going to stop the former Boston Red Sox reliever from attempting an MLB comeback in 2020.
According to Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe, the 34-year-old Bard will try to return to the MLB in the near future. He last pitched in the minors during the 2017 season.
Good signing for the combination of NL and the new 3 batter minimum. Can use him to double switch, with his ability to play multiple positions.
I really hope he makes a team and can pitch again for his own peace of mind if nothing else. A class guy and his wife a world class cookie baker who always took care of the announcers.
My memory is that is was Ms. Masterson
Feels like something he picked up from JDMMookie time. apparently took a leadership role already? this was a surprise to me.
I knew it was either going to be you or me who posted this.Carl Crawford being sued for $1 million by Megan Thee Stallion.
I don’t know. Maybe to stay relevant? I mean we are talking about it and it made the front page on ESPN. Also I think he can afford to get it fixed. Plus he lives in SoCal so it’s not like they have to worry about cold weather, rain, or bugs.I thought it was staged at first but why would
he break a window in his own house - especially when that requires a repairman to come
I really never got a vibe from Joe Kelly that he does stupid shit to have people talk about him. You're moving into conspiracy territory with that comment, but I'll agree with edit, that he just airmailed it a bit. I doubt he was throwing max effort in his backyard if he's working on grip or feelI don’t know. Maybe to stay relevant? I mean we are talking about it and it made the front page on ESPN. Also I think he can afford to get it fixed. Plus he lives in SoCal so it’s not like they have to worry about cold weather, rain, or bugs.
edit. It seems like a warm up toss that he aimed at the window or just airmailed. I doubt that was much over 70 mph. Isn’t Kelly’s change like low 90’s?