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  • Cliffy6745Cliffy6745 Posts: 26,738
    igotid88 said:
    Gonna take some time to get over this one, but just remember this was going to be a rebuild through this year. Almost 200 wins and 20 playoff games in rebuilding years. Last year’s team was a lot more fun though. 

    I think they have to really consider making another manager move though? He just got smoked by Cora these last couple games
    I have a hard time giving credit to Boone or Cora. 
    Cora pulled price when he knew he didn’t have it. Boone...

    cora brought in his game 5 starter and ace to slam the door. Every player Cora subbed in hit
  • igotid88igotid88 Posts: 15,186
    igotid88 said:
    Gonna take some time to get over this one, but just remember this was going to be a rebuild through this year. Almost 200 wins and 20 playoff games in rebuilding years. Last year’s team was a lot more fun though. 

    I think they have to really consider making another manager move though? He just got smoked by Cora these last couple games
    I have a hard time giving credit to Boone or Cora. 
    Cora pulled price when he knew he didn’t have it. Boone...

    cora brought in his game 5 starter and ace to slam the door. Every player Cora subbed in hit
    yea but the players had to do their parts. if the guys he put in didn't hit or pitch well. then it's a dumb move. they were both put in great situations. both got playoff ready teams. It was a matter of which team showed up. I understand you can take a playoff team and screw it up like Dave Martinez in Washington. But it's basically don't overthink it.
    Cora put in a guy who was 1-14 against Severino I believe and it worked. Boone put in Walker who was 1-12. Just going by memory. But he was in mostly for CC because CC gives up a lot of grounders to 3rd.
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  • igotid88igotid88 Posts: 15,186
    Also those were the analytical moves. 
    I miss igotid88
  • cutzcutz Posts: 7,602
    I am very much looking forward to the Red Sox getting absolutely smoked next Series. Go Astros 
    Could happen too. Astros are the BEST team in baseball, i think.
  • igotid88igotid88 Posts: 15,186
    I also hate Cora's face
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  • PoncierPoncier Posts: 8,800
    edited October 10
    Wobbie said:
    why don’t the gloom and doom sox trolls stay in their own thread?

    The irony in this post is impressive.
    Like raaaaaiiiiiin on your wedding day.
    This weekend we rock Portland
  • dankinddankind I am not your foot. Posts: 12,136
    Thanks for the near-heartattack.

    Kimbrel is a douchebag. Holt and Benintendi are annoying ass crackers, too, but they do their jobs better than that overblown ginger posterboy for the opioid crisis. 

    See y’all come springtime. 
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  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 14,260
    Gonna take some time to get over this one, but just remember this was going to be a rebuild through this year. Almost 200 wins and 20 playoff games in rebuilding years. Last year’s team was a lot more fun though. 

    I think they have to really consider making another manager move though? He just got smoked by Cora these last couple games
    Not so much.  The team just didn't hit.

    No HR when they really mattered, no clutch hitting.

    The last game Kimbrel almost lost it for the Sox not the Yankees almost winning it.
  • Cliffy6745Cliffy6745 Posts: 26,738
    Boone got smoked. No way around it 
  • Cliffy6745Cliffy6745 Posts: 26,738
    dankind said:
    Thanks for the near-heartattack.

    Kimbrel is a douchebag. Holt and Benintendi are annoying ass crackers, too, but they do their jobs better than that overblown ginger posterboy for the opioid crisis. 

    See y’all come springtime. 
    Till next time. Go Astros 
  • mcgruff10mcgruff10 New JerseyPosts: 16,170
    Boone got smoked. No way around it 
    100% agree.  First time in a pressure situation, he'll get better.  
    I'll ride the wave where it takes me......
  • pjhawkspjhawks Posts: 8,793
    gotta give the Yanks fans credit. they were loud and into in the 8th and 9th and gave the team some life.   I was impressed.  although 90% of the male Yankee fans look like total dbags but that's just my opinion.
  • Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 15,977
    pjhawks said:
    gotta give the Yanks fans credit. they were loud and into in the 8th and 9th and gave the team some life.   I was impressed.  although 90% of the male Yankee fans look like total dbags but that's just my opinion.
    Yea, showing their class by throwing a beer can at Kimbrel as he walked out of the bullpen. Opposing fans and opposing teams pitchers, keeping it classy NY.
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  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 14,260
    pjhawks said:
    gotta give the Yanks fans credit. they were loud and into in the 8th and 9th and gave the team some life.   I was impressed.  although 90% of the male Yankee fans look like total dbags but that's just my opinion.
    Yea, showing their class by throwing a beer can at Kimbrel as he walked out of the bullpen. Opposing fans and opposing teams pitchers, keeping it classy NY.
    There was only one asshole in the crowd that night thankfully.
  • Halifax2TheMaxHalifax2TheMax Posts: 15,977
    pjhawks said:
    gotta give the Yanks fans credit. they were loud and into in the 8th and 9th and gave the team some life.   I was impressed.  although 90% of the male Yankee fans look like total dbags but that's just my opinion.
    Yea, showing their class by throwing a beer can at Kimbrel as he walked out of the bullpen. Opposing fans and opposing teams pitchers, keeping it classy NY.
    There was only one asshole in the crowd that night thankfully.
    That’s all it takes. I also thought I saw shit get tossed on the field upon the final out as well.
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  • pjhawkspjhawks Posts: 8,793
    pjhawks said:
    gotta give the Yanks fans credit. they were loud and into in the 8th and 9th and gave the team some life.   I was impressed.  although 90% of the male Yankee fans look like total dbags but that's just my opinion.
    Yea, showing their class by throwing a beer can at Kimbrel as he walked out of the bullpen. Opposing fans and opposing teams pitchers, keeping it classy NY.
    There was only one asshole in the crowd that night thankfully.
    in New York highly unlikely only 1. more like 15,000-20,000 :hang_loose:  yes i'm kidding...kind of  
  • mcgruff10mcgruff10 New JerseyPosts: 16,170
    I m a huge yankees fan and I thought this was funny as hell. 
    I'll ride the wave where it takes me......
  • cutzcutz Posts: 7,602
    pjhawks said:
    pjhawks said:
    gotta give the Yanks fans credit. they were loud and into in the 8th and 9th and gave the team some life.   I was impressed.  although 90% of the male Yankee fans look like total dbags but that's just my opinion.
    Yea, showing their class by throwing a beer can at Kimbrel as he walked out of the bullpen. Opposing fans and opposing teams pitchers, keeping it classy NY.
    There was only one asshole in the crowd that night thankfully.
    in New York highly unlikely only 1. more like 15,000-20,000 :hang_loose:  yes i'm kidding...kind of  
    Sadly there wasn't just one(But, in this day & age this shit happens just about everywhere)



  • Cliffy6745Cliffy6745 Posts: 26,738
    Anyone familiar with the YMCA song they used to sing in the bleachers? The new stadium is like a church compared to that place
  • dankinddankind I am not your foot. Posts: 12,136
    Yeah, I saw a Sox fan get taken out of the bleachers on a stretcher at the old stadium. That was tough to see.

    I have had beer and open ketchup packets winged at me at the new stadium and nacho cheese slapped on my Rangers jersey at TD Garden. People just fucking suck everywhere.

    I truly think that there crews of people that go to Yankee/Sox games at Yankee Stadium with the sole purpose of getting hotheaded Massholes thrown out. They're not even there to watch a game; they just go to harass other baseball fans. If I would've stood up and protested about the beer or ketchup packets, the fingers would've been pointed at me, the "asshole" chant would've gone up, and I would've been out waiting for the 4 train. I've seen it so many times.

    I did consider beating the ever loving shit out of the Bruins fan. That was my Messier cup jersey. Fucking stain never came out. Dickhead! It's probably good that I kept my cool now that my daughter's youth hockey team does stuff with the piece-of-shit Bruins. My wife's a Bruins fan, and she's a fucking dickhead, too. When they lost game 7 to the Habs in 2004, she shoulder checked a Habs fan so hard that she knocked his beer out of his hand. Dickhead!
    I SAW PEARL JAM
  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 14,260
    dankind said:
    Yeah, I saw a Sox fan get taken out of the bleachers on a stretcher at the old stadium. That was tough to see.

    I have had beer and open ketchup packets winged at me at the new stadium and nacho cheese slapped on my Rangers jersey at TD Garden. People just fucking suck everywhere.

    I truly think that there crews of people that go to Yankee/Sox games at Yankee Stadium with the sole purpose of getting hotheaded Massholes thrown out. They're not even there to watch a game; they just go to harass other baseball fans. If I would've stood up and protested about the beer or ketchup packets, the fingers would've been pointed at me, the "asshole" chant would've gone up, and I would've been out waiting for the 4 train. I've seen it so many times.

    I did consider beating the ever loving shit out of the Bruins fan. That was my Messier cup jersey. Fucking stain never came out. Dickhead! It's probably good that I kept my cool now that my daughter's youth hockey team does stuff with the piece-of-shit Bruins. My wife's a Bruins fan, and she's a fucking dickhead, too. When they lost game 7 to the Habs in 2004, she shoulder checked a Habs fan so hard that she knocked his beer out of his hand. Dickhead!
    My cousin was an asshole Yankees fan.  He once told me he pissed in a cup and threw it at some Boston fans.  I said " why the hell did u do that"?

    His response?  They are Redsox fans and they were in the Bronx.




  • PoncierPoncier Posts: 8,800
    dankind said:
     and nacho cheese slapped on my Rangers jersey at TD Garden. 

    Sorry Dan, I just thought you wanted some cheese for your pretzel and I slipped on the delivery.
    And it wasn't nacho cheese, it was fromunda cheese.
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  • MayDay10MayDay10 Posts: 9,559
    Bad fans occur everywhere.  The fact everyone has a supercomputer HD camera in their pockets helps form any narrative.  

    Bad/violent fans are much worse in the northeast for the most part, but those are typically the most loyal/best fans too.... but something strange seems to happen to people in California and some people turn into werewolves and kill one another over sports.  

  • dankinddankind I am not your foot. Posts: 12,136
    Poncier said:
    dankind said:
     and nacho cheese slapped on my Rangers jersey at TD Garden. 

    Sorry Dan, I just thought you wanted some cheese for your pretzel and I slipped on the delivery.
    And it wasn't nacho cheese, it was fromunda cheese.
    That explains the stench.
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  • pjhawkspjhawks Posts: 8,793
    dankind said:
    Yeah, I saw a Sox fan get taken out of the bleachers on a stretcher at the old stadium. That was tough to see.

    I have had beer and open ketchup packets winged at me at the new stadium and nacho cheese slapped on my Rangers jersey at TD Garden. People just fucking suck everywhere.

    I truly think that there crews of people that go to Yankee/Sox games at Yankee Stadium with the sole purpose of getting hotheaded Massholes thrown out. They're not even there to watch a game; they just go to harass other baseball fans. If I would've stood up and protested about the beer or ketchup packets, the fingers would've been pointed at me, the "asshole" chant would've gone up, and I would've been out waiting for the 4 train. I've seen it so many times.

    I did consider beating the ever loving shit out of the Bruins fan. That was my Messier cup jersey. Fucking stain never came out. Dickhead! It's probably good that I kept my cool now that my daughter's youth hockey team does stuff with the piece-of-shit Bruins. My wife's a Bruins fan, and she's a fucking dickhead, too. When they lost game 7 to the Habs in 2004, she shoulder checked a Habs fan so hard that she knocked his beer out of his hand. Dickhead!
    not that anyone deserves that type of treatment but in today's world, especially in the Northeast, if you wear the other teams jersey to a road game you are a moron.  it's just dumb behavior (don't even get me started on wearing a jersey to begin with let alone at a road game). all you are doing is poking a bear. why would anyone think it's a good idea to do that when you are outnumbered 40,000 to maybe 500?  yea yea i know it shouldn't be that way but it is unfortunately.  
  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 14,260
    pjhawks said:
    dankind said:
    Yeah, I saw a Sox fan get taken out of the bleachers on a stretcher at the old stadium. That was tough to see.

    I have had beer and open ketchup packets winged at me at the new stadium and nacho cheese slapped on my Rangers jersey at TD Garden. People just fucking suck everywhere.

    I truly think that there crews of people that go to Yankee/Sox games at Yankee Stadium with the sole purpose of getting hotheaded Massholes thrown out. They're not even there to watch a game; they just go to harass other baseball fans. If I would've stood up and protested about the beer or ketchup packets, the fingers would've been pointed at me, the "asshole" chant would've gone up, and I would've been out waiting for the 4 train. I've seen it so many times.

    I did consider beating the ever loving shit out of the Bruins fan. That was my Messier cup jersey. Fucking stain never came out. Dickhead! It's probably good that I kept my cool now that my daughter's youth hockey team does stuff with the piece-of-shit Bruins. My wife's a Bruins fan, and she's a fucking dickhead, too. When they lost game 7 to the Habs in 2004, she shoulder checked a Habs fan so hard that she knocked his beer out of his hand. Dickhead!
    not that anyone deserves that type of treatment but in today's world, especially in the Northeast, if you wear the other teams jersey to a road game you are a moron.  it's just dumb behavior (don't even get me started on wearing a jersey to begin with let alone at a road game). all you are doing is poking a bear. why would anyone think it's a good idea to do that when you are outnumbered 40,000 to maybe 500?  yea yea i know it shouldn't be that way but it is unfortunately.  
    Because we live in a modern day society and you should never feel scared to wear a fucking shirt of another team at a different park.

    Dear lord man, it's like wearing the wrong colors when going down the street in South Central?

    F that
  • dankinddankind I am not your foot. Posts: 12,136
    pjhawks said:
    dankind said:
    Yeah, I saw a Sox fan get taken out of the bleachers on a stretcher at the old stadium. That was tough to see.

    I have had beer and open ketchup packets winged at me at the new stadium and nacho cheese slapped on my Rangers jersey at TD Garden. People just fucking suck everywhere.

    I truly think that there crews of people that go to Yankee/Sox games at Yankee Stadium with the sole purpose of getting hotheaded Massholes thrown out. They're not even there to watch a game; they just go to harass other baseball fans. If I would've stood up and protested about the beer or ketchup packets, the fingers would've been pointed at me, the "asshole" chant would've gone up, and I would've been out waiting for the 4 train. I've seen it so many times.

    I did consider beating the ever loving shit out of the Bruins fan. That was my Messier cup jersey. Fucking stain never came out. Dickhead! It's probably good that I kept my cool now that my daughter's youth hockey team does stuff with the piece-of-shit Bruins. My wife's a Bruins fan, and she's a fucking dickhead, too. When they lost game 7 to the Habs in 2004, she shoulder checked a Habs fan so hard that she knocked his beer out of his hand. Dickhead!
    not that anyone deserves that type of treatment but in today's world, especially in the Northeast, if you wear the other teams jersey to a road game you are a moron.  it's just dumb behavior (don't even get me started on wearing a jersey to begin with let alone at a road game). all you are doing is poking a bear. why would anyone think it's a good idea to do that when you are outnumbered 40,000 to maybe 500?  yea yea i know it shouldn't be that way but it is unfortunately.  

    I SAW PEARL JAM
  • pjhawkspjhawks Posts: 8,793
    pjhawks said:
    dankind said:
    Yeah, I saw a Sox fan get taken out of the bleachers on a stretcher at the old stadium. That was tough to see.

    I have had beer and open ketchup packets winged at me at the new stadium and nacho cheese slapped on my Rangers jersey at TD Garden. People just fucking suck everywhere.

    I truly think that there crews of people that go to Yankee/Sox games at Yankee Stadium with the sole purpose of getting hotheaded Massholes thrown out. They're not even there to watch a game; they just go to harass other baseball fans. If I would've stood up and protested about the beer or ketchup packets, the fingers would've been pointed at me, the "asshole" chant would've gone up, and I would've been out waiting for the 4 train. I've seen it so many times.

    I did consider beating the ever loving shit out of the Bruins fan. That was my Messier cup jersey. Fucking stain never came out. Dickhead! It's probably good that I kept my cool now that my daughter's youth hockey team does stuff with the piece-of-shit Bruins. My wife's a Bruins fan, and she's a fucking dickhead, too. When they lost game 7 to the Habs in 2004, she shoulder checked a Habs fan so hard that she knocked his beer out of his hand. Dickhead!
    not that anyone deserves that type of treatment but in today's world, especially in the Northeast, if you wear the other teams jersey to a road game you are a moron.  it's just dumb behavior (don't even get me started on wearing a jersey to begin with let alone at a road game). all you are doing is poking a bear. why would anyone think it's a good idea to do that when you are outnumbered 40,000 to maybe 500?  yea yea i know it shouldn't be that way but it is unfortunately.  
    Because we live in a modern day society and you should never feel scared to wear a fucking shirt of another team at a different park.

    Dear lord man, it's like wearing the wrong colors when going down the street in South Central?

    F that
    i guess you missed the part where i said not that anyone deserves that. 
  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 14,260
    pjhawks said:
    pjhawks said:
    dankind said:
    Yeah, I saw a Sox fan get taken out of the bleachers on a stretcher at the old stadium. That was tough to see.

    I have had beer and open ketchup packets winged at me at the new stadium and nacho cheese slapped on my Rangers jersey at TD Garden. People just fucking suck everywhere.

    I truly think that there crews of people that go to Yankee/Sox games at Yankee Stadium with the sole purpose of getting hotheaded Massholes thrown out. They're not even there to watch a game; they just go to harass other baseball fans. If I would've stood up and protested about the beer or ketchup packets, the fingers would've been pointed at me, the "asshole" chant would've gone up, and I would've been out waiting for the 4 train. I've seen it so many times.

    I did consider beating the ever loving shit out of the Bruins fan. That was my Messier cup jersey. Fucking stain never came out. Dickhead! It's probably good that I kept my cool now that my daughter's youth hockey team does stuff with the piece-of-shit Bruins. My wife's a Bruins fan, and she's a fucking dickhead, too. When they lost game 7 to the Habs in 2004, she shoulder checked a Habs fan so hard that she knocked his beer out of his hand. Dickhead!
    not that anyone deserves that type of treatment but in today's world, especially in the Northeast, if you wear the other teams jersey to a road game you are a moron.  it's just dumb behavior (don't even get me started on wearing a jersey to begin with let alone at a road game). all you are doing is poking a bear. why would anyone think it's a good idea to do that when you are outnumbered 40,000 to maybe 500?  yea yea i know it shouldn't be that way but it is unfortunately.  
    Because we live in a modern day society and you should never feel scared to wear a fucking shirt of another team at a different park.

    Dear lord man, it's like wearing the wrong colors when going down the street in South Central?

    F that
    i guess you missed the part where i said not that anyone deserves that. 
    Oh no, I read that.  I'm still voicing my opinion on the whole thing because the whole thing just chaps my ass.

    Something that I do not like is seeing a grown person in a Yankees jersey with a name on the back, a person at a game wearing something  with neither of the two teams playing that day, or a person in a jersey/shirt/hat of a completely different sport at a game.

    But that is just me.
  • WhatYouTaughtMeWhatYouTaughtMe I have no idea what's going on right now!Posts: 4,764
    dankind said:
    Poncier said:
    dankind said:
     and nacho cheese slapped on my Rangers jersey at TD Garden. 

    Sorry Dan, I just thought you wanted some cheese for your pretzel and I slipped on the delivery.
    And it wasn't nacho cheese, it was fromunda cheese.
    That explains the stench.
    Yummy! Australian cheese!
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