What if They Gave a Ballgame and Nobody Came?

54thMA

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Well the game is a tire fire, but the game thread is priceless, I'm dying over here, great work everyone.

If nothing else, the game threads never fail to deliver A+ comedy...………...
 

A Bad Man

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Godley found the cutter location at the right time. Well, except for that one...Anyway, who cares! Time for RUNS
 

CR67dream

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Great job Red Sox organization...lack of a starting rotation and getting so political...see ya next year...maybe
We don't ban people for their political views, but we won't hesitate when it comes to shitty, obvious trolling. Keep that shit out of here, you won't be told again.

I'm using restraint, here. BABIP is hungry.
 

Bergs

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X gonna getcha!

edit: Or give it to you. Whatever.
 

DennyDoyle'sBoil

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Oh to have been a fly on the wall when the Red Sox head of marketing had to go to the Dunkin Donuts corporate offices and tell them they were signing Bigelow as the official tea of the Red Sox.

I understand that at the last minute the old Dunkin Donuts Senior Vice President for Baseball Relations and Croissant Expansion — whose very name cannot be uttered in the corporate offices in Canton — had allowed John Henry to take out the infamous hot beverage clause in the last round of redlines.

The drama, man. The fucking drama. I bet it was palpable.
 

shepard50

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Oh to have been a fly on the wall when the Red Sox head of marketing had to go to the Dunkin Donuts corporate offices and tell them they were signing Bigelow as the official tea of the Red Sox.

I understand that at the last minute the old Dunkin Donuts Senior Vice President for Baseball Relations and Croissant Expansion — whose very name cannot be uttered in the corporate offices in Canton — had allowed John Henry to take out the infamous hot beverage clause in the last round of redlines.

The drama, man. The fucking drama. I bet it was palpable.
Good stuff. Thanks, you really twisted my cruller with this.