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Wise words with a side of Salt- Saltalamacchia!

Hey, you guys! You guys! Salty says it’s time to move on! I’m sure YOUR quotes are the ones everyone will listen to, Salty.

I mean, it’s been four months, but thanks for that startling revelation, Salty.

And you think you can fill Tek’s shoes…

With last season’s chicken and beer-soaked debacle in the rearview mirror, catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia says the 2012 team is ready to take the field and win back the respect of Red Sox Nation.

“I think the guys handled it extremely well,” Salty told the Track. “I don’t think they’re proud of the way things ended, but they’re not going to look back, they’re ready to move forward.”

Salty. I don’t blame you for this ridiculous, horse-beating interview.

Media, I blame you.

Seriously. Beer and chicken was 2011. It’s January, guys. And we’re ready to ACTUALLY move on. And part of that? Is to STOP ASKING SALTY and other players about their dietary habits.

And Salty- stop answering questions about Soxsplosion!!!!

In other news, minor leaguer Aaron Cook was just signed by the Soxies.

He tried the starting game in Colorado last year and was unsuccessful. So, clearly, that’s who we sign.

He kind of sounds like the Rockies’ equivalent of Kyle Weiland.

Peaches.

~L

Day, what is it, 5? On crutches? And it’s raining? Today’s episode will be called “Slip ‘n Slide.”

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  1. January 10, 2012 at 11:30 am

    Sorry to read about your ankle, Toosoxy. That’s terrible and terribly annoying I’m sure. Hopefully the whole crutch, rain thing is working out better than expected. Yeah, time for the media to give it a rest and then some. Clearly they need you to join the Sox reporting ranks as this bunch isn’t coming up with any new questions on their own.
    — Kristen

  2. JW
    January 10, 2012 at 12:02 pm
  3. January 10, 2012 at 5:09 pm

    Hello Soxy,

    Sorry to read about your foot. Hoe it heals well and quickly. Has to be tough being a Tar Heel or wearing Red Sox without a good foot. By the way, today’s (Jan 10th) Beantown Baseball Birthday celebrant was both a Red Sox and a Tar Heel!

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