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Glenn, Lou, and Christian react to John Tomase's comments on "The Hot Stove Show" last night, where he bagged on Dave Dombrowski fro decimating the Red Sox Farm System. Lou feels very strongly that Prospects exist to get big time Players. He also feels that the Red Sox are already the Chicago Cubs. Glenn rails against Tomase and other "Prospect Hoarders." Christian talks about "Beanie Babies."
Alex, Gerry and Kirk discussed Shaughnessy's stance against voting for Curt Schilling and Gronkowski's future with the Patriots.
he passes and can keep his job, and if he’s sober, he has to turn in his retirement papers. By the way, kudos to Theo Epstein for throwing in the “It tastes so good when it hits your lips” line. Anyone who can quote a movie in the presence of Bill
the controversial ones like Tim Thomas or Mark Chmura. But guys who took no flak for their decisions like Vince Wilfork , Theo Epstein , Larry Lucchino , Michael Jordan , Larry Bird , and so on. Or you can do what I do, which is to acknowledge that a bunch of brave lads bled the ground
rejected the salary compromises that Rodriguez was willing to make, a decision to which the Sox objected vehemently. " Theo Epstein and his staff worked diligently and tirelessly and reached an agreement with Alex Rodriguez. Theo had the full support of
shut him down to avoid risking injury. "Obviously, this was not our first choice or even our second choice," Sox GM Theo Epstein noted at the time. "This was pretty much our last choice, our last option. Unfortunately, this was something
have to understand that. You can't take it personal. Nothing that [Cherington] has done or that [former Sox GM Theo Epstein ] has done in the past have I ever taken personal. That's just kind of the nature of what we do." In the end
World Series and broke the “Curse of the Billy Goat,” Theo Epstein celebrated by actually eating a goat . Restauranteur Kevin ..... the Boka Restaurant Group. “After winning the Series, Theo Epstein ate goat” via @Suntimes https://t.co/epwfCr0fWw pic
There likely hasn’t been a bigger parade to celebrate a world championship in this area than the one celebrating the Red Sox’ 2004 World Series win. Evidently, in this case, Chicago has topped Boston. Cubs president, who experienced the championship parades after guiding the Red Sox to world ...
president of baseball operations (and former Red Sox general manager ) Theo Epstein . Working as an impromptu reporter for Fox, Murray ..... interviews & celebrates with @Cubs ‘ President Theo Epstein . #WorldSeries https://t.co/VVfUUEbbNb — FOX
Boston area it might be a surprise if the longtime Red Sox executive (who started in the front office with the likes of Theo Epstein , Jed Hoyer and Cherington) decides to move across the country. Amiel Sawdaye, vice-president with a focus on international
the one who’s going to announce our pick, overhears them saying they’re going to take Chisenhall. “Meanwhile, Theo ( Epstein ) and I are outside telling John Henry we’re taking Chisenhall, and Jed comes running out of the room. ‘The Indians are taking Chisenhall right