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  1. Live round recovered at Gate 4 which is the opposite side of the park? And how the f*** does a gun go off in the stadium and the game goes on, like no one noticed or something? Nice security, Jerry. You're on a roll, pal.
  2. Nashville isn't happening. First, taxpayers just ponied up a s%*# ton of money for a new Titans stadium. Second, the southeast is Braves country. It would be very difficult for a different team to make inroads into that longstanding Braves fanbase. The threat to move is just a negotiating tactic. With the current lease ending in six years, this is a good time for the Sox to start negotiations on a new stadium deal. For one, with the Bears basically headed out of Chicago, the political climate is good for the Sox to negotiate. Second, Jerry knows the team will be sold when he dies. If he can secure a sweetheart deal from the city/state now, he'll up the franchise valuation significantly, just in time for the sale. Point being, the media is taking normal due diligence by the Sox and creating a whole bunch of clickbait sensationalism.
  3. Wins mean something when you're Pedro Grifol, praying this first season doesn't result in 100 losses and assuring he'll never manage another MLB team in his life. This is just a matter of self-preservation. And the funny thing is, it's not going to matter. No one will hire him.
  4. Kopech had Ramirez wrapped up. Instead of handling business, he tried to gingerly separate he and TA, which led to TA getting knocked out. Kopech had a responsibility there and failed.
  5. This isn't a playground full of second graders out on recess. This is professional sports. It's an absurdly bad look not to retaliate in a situation where reactions are read as indicators of pride, culture, cohesiveness, and brotherhood. No manager is going to punish his guys for suspensions they may receive while sticking up for their teammates. Outside of, apparently, Pedro Grifol, most managers would applaud such a reaction. And TA didn't start that s%*#, Ramirez's soft ass started it. TA didn't stand over him long enough for Jose to get in his feels about it. Then he poked his finger right in TA's grill. It's game on at that point. I'm not a violent person and don't condone violence or fighting, in general. Sports are different...teammates are closer to family. Again, brotherhood. If my real-life brother were involved in a brawl, I'm going to be right there beside him serving pain to whomever I can. I'd do the same for a teammate.
  6. My man looked like he'd seen a ghost. Accountability can be a beautiful thing.
  7. What will be interesting is watching them tie themselves into knots trying to dismiss or minimize the rumors.
  8. Any ideas where an out-of-towner may be able to catch this?
  9. Mike Vrabel, who is one hell of an NFL coach and was one hell of an NFL player, says that he's hardest on his most talented and valuable players. Not only does that prove to the roster that Vrabs doesn't play favorites, it also shows the top dogs respecting the head coach. Next thing you know, a young guy gets out of line, Vrabs doesn't even need to worry about it....his vets, and most of the roster, will take care of the problem on their own. Making meetings, doing your work, not sleeping on the job, hustling, etc....these aren't difficult rules to follow. I think Kenyan's point about the shaving was that the attention to detail was indicative of a proud franchise and culture. Clearly, all of these basic duties went out the window under TLR. No one was held accountable. Why would the culture change?
  10. Gilbert, Clifford, and Acuna. THAT's how you unload a failed roster.
  11. So a team 1gb of 1st place dealt the best pitcher in their rotation due to market conditions, and get one hell of a prospect back in return. They know they aren't going anywhere, even if they win the division, so might as well capitalize on the market conditions. The Sox? 20 games under .500 and still hanging onto Aaron Bummer, much less Dylan Cease, for a long shot chance at a 2024 AL Central crown. At what point do we move away from talking about accountability for the Sox FO and move into talking about unbelievable incompetence?
  12. Everything points to dealing him being the correct decision. The market, the lack of available pitching, active playoff races all across the league, our awful season, etc. The ONLY thing this FO could look at that could cause them hesitation would be their aims for 2024. I, for one, will be LIVID is they calculate their (remote) chances for a meaningless AL Central crown next season overwhelms the absolute haul we could get for Cease.
  13. It was, which is all the more frustrating. Jerry took Rick to the Dollar General to spend his allowance instead of Game Stop, where Rick wanted to go.
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