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Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Warning, this is an update.

There is nothing really going on that would be worth blogging about so I just decided to rant. So please do not take offence if I say that the Red Sox are comparable to Howard Dean. Because really, I believe, there are a lot of similarities between both of them.

1: Both do well when it doesn’t count. Howard Dean looked like he was going to run away with the Democrats primaries in the opening months of the election. Just like the Red Sox are looking pretty good right now. Some sports pundits even going as far as predicting the World Series score between them and the Cards.

2: “ YAAaaaaaaa!” Both have ample abilities to run off at the mouth when opportune. Curt Shilling’s “ You don’t see what we see.’’ comment about A-Rod was one of the wimpiest things I have heard all year. If you don’t like something about him just say what it is. Stop making ambiguous comments about him and either tell us his problem, or stay forever silent.

3: Neither is good at closing the deal. The Redsox's bullpen sure look's good. A 7.93 era is not really that bad considering that you only spend about a meager fifty million on it. Alan Embree, Matt Mantei , John Halama and Keith Foulke make the Tampa Bay Devil Rays late innings pitching staff look like perennial All Stars.( By the way. I went to when I heard Johnny Damon was caching up on the All Star balloting and voted against him five times.) Enough has been said of Howard Deans closing horrors.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Team W L PCT. GB
Red Sox 45 33 .577 -
Orioles 43 36 .544 2.5
Blue Jays 41 39 .513 5.0
Yankees 39 39 .500 6.0

Get the point! Hello!

Saturday, 02 July, 2005  
Blogger 1smallDino said...

The red sox never lose.... except for when they do.

Sunday, 03 July, 2005  
Blogger Queen of lilyflowers said...


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