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3 hours ago, RandyMarsh said:

No way the Red Sox is more attractive, they are toast.  No farm system, little MLB talent and are way behind the Yankees, Rays and Blue Jays in their division. 

On top of that they also play for a city and fan base that expects to win so your leash is going to be short.  

Red Sox fans suck. All Boston fans suck. 

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9 hours ago, leflore said:

Red Sox fans suck. All Boston fans suck. 

Big time!!!

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20 hours ago, Buddha said:

both sports ruined by analytics.

Coming into this forum and saying that? You've been blacklisted, blocked, ignored and banned. Have fun with Stan...😅😅😅

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1 hour ago, Sports_Freak said:

Coming into this forum and saying that? You've been blacklisted, blocked, ignored and banned. Have fun with Stan...😅😅😅

Buddha was ruined by analytics.

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17 hours ago, leflore said:

Red Sox fans suck. All Boston fans suck. 

Bruins fans are OK.  Not the brightest bulbs, but not entitled either. 

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55 minutes ago, tiger337 said:

Bruins fans are OK.  Not the brightest bulbs, but not entitled either. 

That's true, I was actually a Bruins fan during the Orr era. 

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29 minutes ago, leflore said:

That's true, I was actually a Bruins fan during the Orr era. 

I spent a few nights listening to Fred Cusick on the transistor radio under my pillow

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6 hours ago, tiger337 said:

Bruins fans are OK.  Not the brightest bulbs, but not entitled either. 

Bruins fans are OK and by the time that Bobby Orr came along, they had earned him, and the league was due for a shakeup, and he changed everything.

When I was in my last year of elementary school, in the fall of 1963,  a few students in our class were treated to a trip to a Junior A game in St. Catharines, about 6 miles up the road and about 15 miles west of Niagara Falls.  Back in those days the 6 NHL teams owned players as young as 14, playing for the junior teams across Canada.  The St. Catharines team, in OHA (Ontario Hockey Association) Junior A, was owned by the Chicago Black Hawks and, in recent memory, players like Bobby Hull, Stan Mikita, Phil Esposito and countless others had played there in their late teens.

So this game that I attended in the fall of 1963, the St. Catharines Black Hawks were playing against the Oshawa Generals, one of two OHA teams owned by the Bruins (the Niagara Falls Flyers were the other, that's where Derek Sanderson came from), and Bobby Orr was in the lineup for Oshawa and without looking it up I am going to guess that he was 14.  Did he do anything memorable?  No, not that I recall.  But that's not the point.  The point is that I saw Bobby Orr play Jr A hockey when he was 14.  So, bow down.

  

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7 hours ago, Charles Liston said:

Bruins fans are OK and by the time that Bobby Orr came along, they had earned him, and the league was due for a shakeup, and he changed everything.

When I was in my last year of elementary school, in the fall of 1963,  a few students in our class were treated to a trip to a Junior A game in St. Catharines, about 6 miles up the road and about 15 miles west of Niagara Falls.  Back in those days the 6 NHL teams owned players as young as 14, playing for the junior teams across Canada.  The St. Catharines team, in OHA (Ontario Hockey Association) Junior A, was owned by the Chicago Black Hawks and, in recent memory, players like Bobby Hull, Stan Mikita, Phil Esposito and countless others had played there in their late teens.

So this game that I attended in the fall of 1963, the St. Catharines Black Hawks were playing against the Oshawa Generals, one of two OHA teams owned by the Bruins (the Niagara Falls Flyers were the other, that's where Derek Sanderson came from), and Bobby Orr was in the lineup for Oshawa and without looking it up I am going to guess that he was 14.  Did he do anything memorable?  No, not that I recall.  But that's not the point.  The point is that I saw Bobby Orr play Jr A hockey when he was 14.  So, bow down.

  

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On 10/21/2020 at 1:47 PM, tiger337 said:

Having a runner start at second in extra innings is really dumb.  

Maybe they should just have tie games like hockey used to?

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1 hour ago, Sports_Freak said:

Maybe they should just have tie games like hockey used to?

Yes, football had them too.  If you can't determine a winner playing real baseball, real hockey or real football, just call it a tie.  

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3 hours ago, tiger337 said:

His boss has a job for him to do.  

Lewicki should have been a position player.  He’s always hustling.

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