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Yankees beat ??

by Evie / June 30, 2004 11:42 PM PDT

Can anyone tell me WHAT the Red Sox are thinking about their "look" these days? I know there are always cases (like David Wells) that aren't in finely tuned athletic shape, but c'mon! I have two words for the Bo Sox -- Weight Watchers! Maybe John Kerry can fly in his barber for Johnny Damon.

Anyway, just posting to gloat. Watched the game last night on a station with Boston announcers. They were pretty brutal. Sheffield fouling off a gazillion balls was awesome Happy Sorry George!

Evie Happy

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Re: Yankees beat ??
by Josh K / July 1, 2004 12:17 AM PDT
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Shef's at-bat was the best I've seen since Paul O'Neill's at-bat in the 2000 World Series in which he fouled off a zillion pitches before drawing a walk. And Heredia did a terrific job; best inning I've ever seen him pitch for any team.

I wonder whether the Babe might have been out there quietly loosening the laces on Ortiz's glove.

The game was pretty much a microcosm of a typical Red Sox season.

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It was painful to watch
by Dan McC / July 1, 2004 2:50 AM PDT
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If you are a Red Sox fan.



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Re: Hi Evie
by Rolway / July 1, 2004 4:37 AM PDT
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Yep I liked that Sheffield. He was swinging at everything they threw at him. Now concerning Johnny Damon...That gives him his strength with the Bat.:)

I'm still a die hard Red Sox fan, but may root for the D Rays prettieeee soon. Don Zimmer is down there showing them how to beat the Yankees.:)


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by Josh K / July 1, 2004 5:36 AM PDT
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You may remember that Don Zimmer was the Red Sox manager for a few years, including 1978. Later, when he came to work for the Yankees, he initially rented a house -- from Bucky Dent. According to Zim's book, he spent his first day in that house turning over pictures of "that d*** home run."


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