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How about this for an Odd Couple?
Tom Friend has a long piece on an unlikely friendship over at ESPN.com.
Don't think we needed that pic of Rose in his snakeskin skivvies...
as far as wang goes... i know cashman says there's no trade market, so not to expect sabathia. well, bavasi just got canned and the new interim GM might wanna unload bedard. i know he's surly and not doing so great this season and had a slight injury early on, buuuuut he did have a lot of success in the AL East up until this season and is left-handed and can carry the 'ace' tag. what would he take, prospect-wise, to get done and is it a possibility?
just downed a root beer and headed to work...
i'm all about the kids, too. we're just starting to hit our stride and now this injury. crap! if we had gotten off to a better start, it'd be a little easier to swallow...
have a good night, all...
Really, who cares? He was one of the great hitters of all time, and that doesn't change regardless of his inclusion or not in someone else's museum.
>;) "Works every time..." feel better, buddy.
Getting back to the matters at hand, anyone have any personal reviews of this? http://tinyurl.com/6kgmjp
Dude sucks. He's a fat, old Kei Igawa.
[11,12] Stop mentioning Mr.Qwest! He will be pitching for the Rakuten Golden Eagles next year, let's just ignore him until he goes away...
Bedard an interesting idea..but Seattle would want back prospects as good as those they gave up (A.Jones)...
Hope Willie gets another manager's gig in the NL where he can stick it to the Mets.
Poor Johan, I wonder if he knew the mess he was walking into?
Hall of Fame? Never, never, never, never, never.
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