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In Sox news- a big wad o’nothing. In Damon news- a big wad o’rejection.

Today might be the most boring Red Sox day on record- a day with about an umptrilion of opinions- but we’ve heard them all before.

Hey, you guys! Carl Crawford’s getting a clean slate. Heard it.

The top 100 prospect list is a hot topic… don’t care

People in the Sox organization who aren’t Bobby want to manage someday. Employees? Wanting a promotion? Shocking.

Soxies don’t want Cespedes. After yesterday’s poll, I am not inclined to take you seriously, America.

Really, Media. There’s so much we’re curious about. Like actual acquisitions and not prophesied ones. Like actual conversations with players about the actual 2012 season. Stalk Dice-K, why don’t you?

But sure. Okay. Don’t give a frick. Then you’ll have something else in common with John Henry.

You know who got screwed in the past 24 hours? Johnny Damon. Is it wrong that, after a Damony week, that pleases me? That pleases me greatly?

See, Tampa just signed DH Luke Scott, effectively ending Damon’s hopes of staying a Ray. So, Damon picks himself off. Brushes off his shoulders. And does what any self respecting “humble” idiot does.


“Didn’t realize the DH and 1B brought the offense down. Thought we would’ve had an offer,” Damon said via text to the Tampa Bay Times on Wednesday.

Poor Johnny. And he’s so humble. It’s about the fans, he says.

“You wonder why fans can’t get involved with players, because they are here and gone,” Damon added.

Right. Because you have quite the track record for longevity.

Have a great Thursday, kids. Wish me luck. Comes back from the dead guy is back and we’re talking division of assets. It’s going to be a looong day.

In other *sniff* news, poor Scott Boras is causing more than eyerolls.


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  1. WrigleyRegular
    January 12, 2012 at 2:51 pm

    I’m just finding your blog. Some great stuff. I’m looking forward to future posts.

  2. January 12, 2012 at 2:53 pm

    Hmmm…was Scott Boras the agent for Rafael Palmeiro when the Rangers wound up losing him because his agent lied and told them he had other deals out there? They said, “Fine, go take them.” But there weren’t any. He almost didn’t get signed that year. And the Rangers lost a great one. Of course…he got named in some ‘roids stuff later…

    I despise Scott Boras. I really do.

  3. Paul Danahy
    January 12, 2012 at 3:33 pm

    Give Mr JD some cheese with that whine

  4. FireDannyAinge
    January 12, 2012 at 5:24 pm

    If I hear one more sox fan say they liked Damon I am going to smack them. Honestly did any of you pay any attention the last year he was here and the way he acted after that?

    You don’t get to call yourself a Red Sox fan and say like liked Damon. That is just so wrong

    And as for Tampa not signing him AHAHAHAHAHAHAHa

  5. January 13, 2012 at 11:07 pm

    Sounds like Damon may have to wind up in Baltimore, where careers go to die. If I were him i’d rather retire.


  6. FireDannyAinge
    January 14, 2012 at 1:00 am

    He wants to stay relevant which is why he always ends up back in the AL East where he can live off his past of showing up for one game after going 3 for 29 than taking all the credit for the come back. Oh than there is that one hit he got in the playoffs as a Yankee.

    This is a Classic line Bluejays fan

    Sounds like Damon may have to wind up in Baltimore, where careers go to die.

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