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Ben Cherington wants to kill your grandpa- and other news to thrill your Thursday

“Tek will always be part of the Red Sox in some way,” Cherington said.

Is it just me- or does this sound like that thing you say when grandpa dies?

“He’ll always be a part of you, son. Always.”

Cherington, are you trying to KILL grandpa?

“We want to talk to Tek and not discuss it in a public forum, bring in Tek and Scott (Boras) and figure out what’s best for him and the Red Sox and we look forward to doing that.”

Figure out what’s best for him.

What’s best for him?

I’m sick of you always thinking you know what’s best for me, dawg.

Yeah. I went there.

On a semi-related topic- who else thinks Scott Boras is baseball’s Voldemort?


And… the Sox haven’t bid on Yu Darvish… but someone sure did. They’re saying sky-high bids, people. Here’s hoping whoever it is Dice-Ks themselves in the face.


  1. December 15, 2011 at 2:08 pm

    “Dice-Ks themselves in the face.” That sounds painful. A part of the Sox “in some way” sounds like negotiation for a job that doesn’t include playing. What’s best “for him and the Red Sox” = translation: best “for the Red Sox.” Geez, get it done Cher.

  2. FireDannyAinge
    December 15, 2011 at 7:01 pm

    Dice helped us win a world series and he never runs his mouth. Dice is fine even if his stupid posting fee is why I now have to pay 60 bucks to sit behind a poll. By the way I got a second set of tickets to a game. Now bring on interleague.

    • December 15, 2011 at 7:37 pm

      -if- i accept that job… i will have access to season tickets. if. i’m also looking at something a little more financially awesome in raleigh…

      • FireDannyAinge
        December 15, 2011 at 10:13 pm

        Do whatever is best for you. Money doesn’t bring happiness, unless you are poor like me, than it will haha

  3. December 16, 2011 at 1:53 pm

    Scott Boras is more than baseball’s “Voldemort.” He is “El Diablo en el beisbol!” And I mean that in the most negative way possible.

    On a lighter note, when I opened my email and all I saw was the title of this entry, I almost spewed my water all over my keyboard.

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