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Ahahaha

Hamden, CT

#1 Jun 3, 2009
Awwwww poor Tbagger can complain about being hit by a pitcher BUT it's ok when fata$$ Joba does it to other players. Sorry Tbagger, put your big girl pants on and deal with it!
Courant Reader

United States

#2 Jun 3, 2009
Ahahaha wrote:
Awwwww poor Tbagger can complain about being hit by a pitcher BUT it's ok when fata$$ Joba does it to other players. Sorry Tbagger, put your big girl pants on and deal with it!
Another digruntled red sox fan. Go lament over Big Sloppi's failure to hit.
Yankees are Back

New Haven, CT

#4 Jun 3, 2009
I smell Team of Destiny and call the World Series right now for the New York Yankees.

The party's over Bosox Nation!
John Sterling

Hartford, CT

#5 Jun 3, 2009
Yankees are Back wrote:
I smell Team of Destiny and call the World Series right now for the New York Yankees.
The party's over Bosox Nation!
Yes, the abject futility is nigh the end.

A decade long $2,000,000,000+ quest for the sport of summer's ultimate hardware.

Ahh, but who can ever forget the highlights of the horribly shattered dreams of the past 10 years:

- humpback liner in WS game 7
- gnats
- Damon grand slam off the foul-pole against a drunken, washed up, rent-a-pitcher in game 7, followed by mass collective sphincter-twitch and subsequent complete morphing of stadium into Fenway II.
- 6 run 7th inning in game 5 in Anaheim
- 6 series ending pummeling by Josh Beckett on their home field, followed by subsequent mass fouling of overrated Babe in monument Park
DDG

Newington, CT

#6 Jun 3, 2009
The irritable Boston Nation (more like Principality) relies upon a fan base that has turned ugly and vile in recent times. This may be (in part) stemming from the ultra-severe complex they developed as being the perennial runner-ups (after routinely initiating their famous September collapse).
Boston is a much smaller market and that may contribute to their sense of being something less while needing to have more to prove. That is too bad. The rivalry is one of the best in sports and I hope they will always remain a strong and viable team to continually and effectively compete for their second place standing.
Yankees are Back

New Haven, CT

#7 Jun 3, 2009
John Sterling wrote:
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Yes, the abject futility is nigh the end.
A decade long $2,000,000,000+ quest for the sport of summer's ultimate hardware.
Ahh, but who can ever forget the highlights of the horribly shattered dreams of the past 10 years:
- humpback liner in WS game 7
- gnats
- Damon grand slam off the foul-pole against a drunken, washed up, rent-a-pitcher in game 7, followed by mass collective sphincter-twitch and subsequent complete morphing of stadium into Fenway II.
- 6 run 7th inning in game 5 in Anaheim
- 6 series ending pummeling by Josh Beckett on their home field, followed by subsequent mass fouling of overrated Babe in monument Park
Don't cry for me, Worst Announcer in the World; The Bush years were full of grief, but they are finally over.
Courant Reader

United States

#8 Jun 3, 2009
John Sterling wrote:
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Yes, the abject futility is nigh the end.
A decade long $2,000,000,000+ quest for the sport of summer's ultimate hardware.
Ahh, but who can ever forget the highlights of the horribly shattered dreams of the past 10 years:
- humpback liner in WS game 7
- gnats
- Damon grand slam off the foul-pole against a drunken, washed up, rent-a-pitcher in game 7, followed by mass collective sphincter-twitch and subsequent complete morphing of stadium into Fenway II.
- 6 run 7th inning in game 5 in Anaheim
- 6 series ending pummeling by Josh Beckett on their home field, followed by subsequent mass fouling of overrated Babe in monument Park
Another reject from Fenway; go cry over Matsuzaka's dead arm.
Nation

Hartford, CT

#9 Jun 3, 2009
Courant Reader wrote:
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Another reject from Fenway; go cry over Matsuzaka's dead arm.
NY Yankees soundbyte of the decade:

OH MY GAWWWD!! WOGER CWEMENS IS IN THE OWNUZ BAWX!

WOGER CLEMENS IS IN THE OWNUZ BAWX!
that explains it

Southington, CT

#11 Jun 3, 2009
Courant Reader wrote:
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Another reject from Fenway; go cry over Matsuzaka's dead arm.
dead arm? lol go cry over CC, Phil Hughes, Wang, Rivera......haha you have NO bullpen
that explains it

Southington, CT

#12 Jun 3, 2009
Yankees are Back wrote:
I smell Team of Destiny and call the World Series right now for the New York Yankees.
The party's over Bosox Nation!
As you Yankmee fans say.......IT'S EARLY!!
that explains it

Southington, CT

#13 Jun 3, 2009
DDG wrote:
The irritable Boston Nation (more like Principality) relies upon a fan base that has turned ugly and vile in recent times. This may be (in part) stemming from the ultra-severe complex they developed as being the perennial runner-ups (after routinely initiating their famous September collapse).
Boston is a much smaller market and that may contribute to their sense of being something less while needing to have more to prove. That is too bad. The rivalry is one of the best in sports and I hope they will always remain a strong and viable team to continually and effectively compete for their second place standing.
Famous September collapse? Would that be when we beat you on your own turf and you guys golfed in October?
superstud

AOL

#14 Jun 4, 2009
John Sterling wrote:
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Yes, the abject futility is nigh the end.
A decade long $2,000,000,000+ quest for the sport of summer's ultimate hardware.
Ahh, but who can ever forget the highlights of the horribly shattered dreams of the past 10 years:
- humpback liner in WS game 7
- gnats
- Damon grand slam off the foul-pole against a drunken, washed up, rent-a-pitcher in game 7, followed by mass collective sphincter-twitch and subsequent complete morphing of stadium into Fenway II.
- 6 run 7th inning in game 5 in Anaheim
- 6 series ending pummeling by Josh Beckett on their home field, followed by subsequent mass fouling of overrated Babe in monument Park
past 10 years ... champs 1999 champs 2000 Aaron Boone ~ yes been kinda of tough for the diehard yank fan & redsox nation is drunk as a peacock wearing bright orange away jersy's but I truly believe it will not take 80+ years for my beloved yanks to raise the 28th banner!
Courant Reader

United States

#15 Jun 4, 2009
that explains it wrote:
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dead arm? lol go cry over CC, Phil Hughes, Wang, Rivera......haha you have NO bullpen
150 Million Dollars equals 1 win, 3 losses, 7.17 Era, and a stint on the D/L; yeah, I'd call that a dead arm.
John Spermling

Hartford, CT

#16 Jun 4, 2009
Courant Reader wrote:
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150 Million Dollars equals 1 win, 3 losses, 7.17 Era, and a stint on the D/L; yeah, I'd call that a dead arm.
$2 BILLION = a decade of futility and legions of spastic twitching sphincters in the Bronx every September - October.

Fall hath become my favorite time o' year!
Courant Reader

United States

#17 Jun 4, 2009
John Spermling wrote:
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$2 BILLION = a decade of futility and legions of spastic twitching sphincters in the Bronx every September - October.
Fall hath become my favorite time o' year!
As opposed to 8 and 1/2 decades in Boston? How many generations of Sox fans lived and died without seeing their team win the Series?

You also seem to be obsessed with twitching sphincters; were you recently at a rally in New Hampshire?
Susie Gurl

Hartford, CT

#18 Jun 4, 2009
Courant Reader wrote:
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As opposed to 8 and 1/2 decades in Boston? How many generations of Sox fans lived and died without seeing their team win the Series?
(umm...NOT a Red Sox fan in particulr FYI, but thanx for the inference and the neat statistic)

I'm of the impression the typical frustrated diehard RedSox fan learned to ACCEPT his summertime futility in some kind of depressing way; in contrast to most Yankee fans I know, who arrogantly feel ENTITLED to the trophy every single year, just for showing up.

Kinda like Notre (tee hee) Dame.

Or the Dallas (tee hee) Cowboys.

Yankees = Sucking Irish in polyester if you will
that explains it

Meriden, CT

#19 Jun 4, 2009
Courant Reader wrote:
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150 Million Dollars equals 1 win, 3 losses, 7.17 Era, and a stint on the D/L; yeah, I'd call that a dead arm.
face it, the yankees NEED pitching...look at what you're spent on Tbagger and face it, his average is only slightly better than Jason Varitek's. We have Youk for a lot less money and he's much better than Tbagger
Courant Reader

United States

#20 Jun 5, 2009
that explains it wrote:
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face it, the yankees NEED pitching...look at what you're spent on Tbagger and face it, his average is only slightly better than Jason Varitek's. We have Youk for a lot less money and he's much better than Tbagger
The same was said about Ortiz during the last couple of years; now look at him. Youkillis will fade away within the next few years. You'll never see a plaque dedicated to him in Cooperstown.
Courant Reader

United States

#21 Jun 5, 2009
Susie Gurl wrote:
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(umm...NOT a Red Sox fan in particulr FYI, but thanx for the inference and the neat statistic)
I'm of the impression the typical frustrated diehard RedSox fan learned to ACCEPT his summertime futility in some kind of depressing way; in contrast to most Yankee fans I know, who arrogantly feel ENTITLED to the trophy every single year, just for showing up.
Kinda like Notre (tee hee) Dame.
Or the Dallas (tee hee) Cowboys.
Yankees = Sucking Irish in polyester if you will
It's ok, you can come out of the closet and root for the Sox. You needn't feel ashamed and deny your true feelings.

Maybe when your team has won as many championships as the Yankess, you come to expect nothing but the best. Is it so wrong to expect your team to be the best, or should you settle for something less?

Oh, and in the recent years, Red Sox fans have been voted the most annoying. I think there was an article in Sports Illustrated regarding this.
that explains it

Southington, CT

#22 Jun 5, 2009
Courant Reader wrote:
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It's ok, you can come out of the closet and root for the Sox. You needn't feel ashamed and deny your true feelings.
Maybe when your team has won as many championships as the Yankess, you come to expect nothing but the best. Is it so wrong to expect your team to be the best, or should you settle for something less?
Oh, and in the recent years, Red Sox fans have been voted the most annoying. I think there was an article in Sports Illustrated regarding this.
Actually YOU are pretty annoying and arrogant. You're one of those that think the Yankees are entitled to a championship. 26 means squat! You are the typical bandwagon Yankee fan that all you can come up with is 26 this, 26 that........it's played out and old.

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