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Angry Lou strikes back, as Koji suffers a pectoral injury in an outing Lou felt was unnecessary for the elderly reliever
Dino, Gerry and guest host Tom E. Curran welcome old friend of the show Larry Lucchino back on the program. The guys discuss the Pawtucket Red Sox current situation and also the legacy of David Ortiz given his suspected PED usage from the early 2000s.
being sold by the Red Sox for $100,000 Barry Bonds -- 586 HR with the Giants after leaving the Pirates in free agency Sammy Sosa -- 545 HR with the Cubs after being traded by the White Sox for George Bell Jeff Bagwell -- 449 HR with the Astros
the last six years I'd be inclined to agree, the three Super Bowls would have resembled the 60-homer seasons from Sammy Sosa . But that didn't happen. Just the opposite -- this has been the best franchise in football over the last six years
retired in 1989 he was seventh on the all-time HR list with 548. Today he's 15th, passed by guys like Barry Bonds , Sammy Sosa , Alex Rodriguez , Rafael Palmeiro and Manny Ramirez. What do we do with that? The question Red Sox fans always want
think of anything in common that might link this group of guys that have passed him over the last 15 years? Barry Bonds Sammy Sosa Mark McGwire Alex Rodriguez Manny Ramirez Rafael Palmeiro And guess who is just three homers behind and waiting to pass Banks? Gary Sheffield. OK, I understand that in 40 years you are going
garbage. Never failed a test on record, but we all know. Both also perjured themselves in arrogance. Big-Mac/ Sammy Sosa - Out of the game before testing. Known user of androstendione and substances that were later banned. (Sammy corked a bat, which to me is more like cheating than drinking creatine) Manny - Only guy on your list to fail a real drug test under the current testing policy making him the only guy to violate a real MLB rule. A-rod/Ortiz
course, Martinez struck out five of the National League’s best bats in two innings. Barry Larkin, Larry Walker, Sammy Sosa , Mark McGwire (fresh off of an incredible Home Run Derby performance) and Jeff Bagwell all were sent back to the dugout by
can stake claim to actually catching one of the fly balls. But it was one that he didn’t catch, off the bat of Sammy Sosa , which is of equal importance. “I caught one ball and I almost had one ball hit me in the face. Sosa hit one extremely high and it almost hit me in the face
A gigantic alligator saunters across the fairway at Buffalo Creek Golf Club in Palmetto, Florida. TRIVIA ANSWER: Sammy Sosa SOOTHING SOUNDS: Wayne Nelson of Little River Band was born on this day in 1950. Here he is singing lead on “The Night
Fenway Park after striking out five of the six batters he faced in his two-inning stint: Barry Larkin, Larry Walker, Sammy Sosa , Mark McGwire and Jeff Bagwell . Which National League player was the only one to face Martinez and not strike out, reaching on an error before
Marlins, lumbering into second base as the ball is retrieved. Your browser does not support iframes. TRIVIA ANSWER: Sammy Sosa SOOTHING SOUNDS: Pat Boone was born on this day in 1934.