DA GreatDirtyWater

Earlwood, Australia

#291797 Sep 19, 2013
the don wrote:
<quoted text> Good dead on factual post paul, she has displayed a total lack of character as a poster in this forum..
Shut up Shirley, you and Pauly are the 2 most ignorant posters in this forum.

This was the post:

Paul Yanks wrote:
<quoted text>You shut up you lying moron......many times on here you called Tito "francoma" you liar......and your fatso pal momma mimicked you like a parrot you stupid Aussie liar......and you were dead wrong about Boone Logan also.....he has a bone chip in his elbow not a torn ligament you bitter azzhole.....

Here's some Logan stuff that backs what Ive been saying:

Logan, 29, has a 3.38 ERA (3.64 FIP) with a dynamite strikeout rate (10.30 K/9 and 26.8 K%) in 175.2 innings since coming to New York prior to the 2010 season. Heís held same-side hitters to a .292 wOBA with a 32.6% strikeout rate in pinstripes. Logan has been the teamís best left-handed reliever since Mike Stanton was in his heyday and itís not all that close either. That said, Iím concerned about his recent workload ó his 204 appearances since 2011 are the 12th most in baseball ó and the fact that he admitted his elbow has been barking since Spring Training. Heíll need surgery to clean out a bone spur after the season.

The going rate for quality lefty relievers these days is something like three years and $12M (Damaso Marte!). Scott Downs got a little more (three years,$15M), Sean Burnett a little less (two years,$8M). Logan has a lot going for him in that heís relatively young, offers premium power stuff, and has shown he can do it in a small ballpark for a perennial contender. As good as heís been, there is a definite case to be made that letting him walk is the right move for the Yankees, especially given the elbow stuff. A $4-5M lefty reliever doesnít fit well under the $189M luxury tax given the teamís other commitments either.

“Another 240 million”

Since: May 09

Up in smoke

#291798 Sep 19, 2013
DA GreatDirtyWater wrote:
<quoted text>
Shut up Shirley, you and Pauly are the 2 most ignorant posters in this forum.
This was the post:
Paul Yanks wrote:
<quoted text>You shut up you lying moron......many times on here you called Tito "francoma" you liar......and your fatso pal momma mimicked you like a parrot you stupid Aussie liar......and you were dead wrong about Boone Logan also.....he has a bone chip in his elbow not a torn ligament you bitter azzhole.....
Here's some Logan stuff that backs what Ive been saying:
Logan, 29, has a 3.38 ERA (3.64 FIP) with a dynamite strikeout rate (10.30 K/9 and 26.8 K%) in 175.2 innings since coming to New York prior to the 2010 season. Heís held same-side hitters to a .292 wOBA with a 32.6% strikeout rate in pinstripes. Logan has been the teamís best left-handed reliever since Mike Stanton was in his heyday and itís not all that close either. That said, Iím concerned about his recent workload ó his 204 appearances since 2011 are the 12th most in baseball ó and the fact that he admitted his elbow has been barking since Spring Training. Heíll need surgery to clean out a bone spur after the season.
The going rate for quality lefty relievers these days is something like three years and $12M (Damaso Marte!). Scott Downs got a little more (three years,$15M), Sean Burnett a little less (two years,$8M). Logan has a lot going for him in that heís relatively young, offers premium power stuff, and has shown he can do it in a small ballpark for a perennial contender. As good as heís been, there is a definite case to be made that letting him walk is the right move for the Yankees, especially given the elbow stuff. A $4-5M lefty reliever doesnít fit well under the $189M luxury tax given the teamís other commitments either.
Maybe Cashman will swoop and steal Pedro Flecceciano from the Mets again...LMFAO
DA GreatDirtyWater

Earlwood, Australia

#291799 Sep 19, 2013
momma chamberlin wrote:
<quoted text>We both predicted in early March they wouldn't compete and we were dead on, I think I'm the only one that stepped out and predicted the Best Team in baseball the Red Sox would win the division for fun, another dead on forecast.
Well you did nail that one...think you also posted the Nats would wash up as well....

I can't say I was right about the Sox..I had them at 91 wins...and they got 92 as of today.
DA GreatDirtyWater

Earlwood, Australia

#291800 Sep 19, 2013
Unbiased Chargers Fan wrote:
<quoted text>1st off starting with myself. I have earned a free pass thru the year 2014 with my picks. Sure I have a few that were off. But more times than not, my picks were right on with MLB, NBA and the NFL. Stop cherry picking 1 NFL playoff game in which I was wrong. I can be here all day posting past winners by me. I earned my free pass so never again call out any wrong prediction thru the year 2014.
As far as Momma; I don't follow horses. Orb means nothing to me nor I can tell you which horse won which race. I do know hes very much into horse racing and knows many people in the business. I also know he has a partner and they own a horse. The forum wishes his horse the best of luck. Who are you or anyone to question one of his horse picks? He is in the business
Now finally we get to DW. Was I or anyone there when he had his near death experience? Of course not. However he has built a reputation long enough on here that he is to be trusted on this sensitive matter. Show some respect and condolences towards him for that. Stop with the phony heart attack stuff. And anyone can take time off this forum and its not hiding. People have lives. They need to get away for personal reasons or choice. If the Sox lose in the AL playoffs and I expect them to, I have no doubt DW will be on and give us his insight on why they lost. He will give credit to where its due.
I don't care about their taunts. I tell it as it is, they lie about me everyday...

As far as the Twinki's whinge about walking away...he hates that...he can't control everyone the way he wants...but I get railed on it ...Bronto gets a pass...BHJ gets some sort of sainthood from Twinkie and donnie dipshit 2 guys whose guts he hated.
DA GreatDirtyWater

Earlwood, Australia

#291801 Sep 19, 2013
momma chamberlin wrote:
<quoted text>Maybe Cashman will swoop and steal Pedro Flecceciano from the Mets again...LMFAO
Whattta Fleece he was.....

You read the piece at RivAveBlues on how this Ryan guy is the new Jeter?

>>ďI donít know if itís the most enviable position to step in after a legend,Ē said Ryan to Andy McCullough soon after the trade, referring to replacing Jeter.ďHeís not going away. I donít want to make it sound like that. I donít even know what his status is.Ē

LMAO... the guy doesn't know which end of his bat to hold...
DA GreatDirtyWater

Earlwood, Australia

#291802 Sep 19, 2013
LMAO the Sox need a sleep specialist coming into the playoffs...think the Yankees tested out the sleep room at Fenway when they got swept last weekend.

>>>Red Sox president Larry Lucchino on WEEI's Dennis and Callahan: "One of things we did this season, it sounds like a little thing but I'll mention it anyway, we created a sleep room in the clubhouse. I think the players have made terrific use of it. It's a sound-proof room where guys can come in and get some rest, take a nap during the afternoon. Guys are around the ballpark from about 11 or 12:00 even for a 7:10 game and I think the little gestures, well they're more than gestures... it was actually an idea that came from our sleep doctor. We have a sleep specialist to study the problems confronting baseball players with the travel and the jet lag they have and found that a tremendous number of our baseball players are sleep deprived... it's nothing too glamorous, it's just a room with a couple of bunk beds but it's sound proof and it's just off the second floor of the clubhouse and it's a place where people can grab some rest if they need it during the day. A couple of our players have talked about how they've been able to get some of the best sleep they've had in weeks when they are able to do so."
DA GreatDirtyWater

Earlwood, Australia

#291803 Sep 19, 2013
Huh Dodgers are getting thumped again.
DA GreatDirtyWater

Earlwood, Australia

#291804 Sep 19, 2013
FINDING THE 11TH PITCHER
Farrell reiterated Wednesday that it is likely the Red Sox will go with 11 pitchers in the best-of-five American League Division Series, one more than they have typically utilized in previous ALDS appearances.
We know this: Jon Lester, Clay Buchholz and Jon Lackey will pitch the series' first three games, with Jake Peavy likely getting the start in Game 4.(Peavy took significant strides forward with his new arm angle while turning in seven solid innings Wednesday.)
As noted, signs point to the Red Sox eyeing Dempster for a useful bullpen role. That's five.
Then you have a group of relievers that include Uehara, Tazawa, Breslow, Morales and Workman. That's 10.
What this seemingly comes down to is the confidence that Felix Doubront's success against left-handed hitters (.640 OPS against, one home run) can translate into a relief role. The lefty, who will get another start, told WEEI.com that he doesn't believe he is equipped to thrive in a bullpen role at the moment, but there might not be another option.
Doubront has relieved before (in '10), and the other lefties in the mix -- Matt Thornton and Drake Britton -- haven't been able to instill much confidence of late. Thornton has allowed four of the last eight left-handed batters he's faced to reach, while Britton has only pitched twice this month.

Its nice to have depth
YANKEES 4 LIFE

United States

#291805 Sep 19, 2013
jimi-yank wrote:
<quoted text>.
Agreed. Its possible. Its also possible they win. Good point.
What's up Jim...... Another great night is coming up....TNA, College Football, NFL and most importantly NYY.....

Im taking the Eagles tonight..... Also Yanks are 2.5 back..... This is a must win.... Well all the remaining games are must wins.....we need a solid outing from Kuroda and hopefully the runs come early for us....
the don

Franklin Square, NY

#291806 Sep 19, 2013
DA GreatDirtyWater wrote:
<quoted text>
Well you did nail that one...think you also posted the Nats would wash up as well....
I can't say I was right about the Sox..I had them at 91 wins...and they got 92 as of today.
you little girls having fun posting ya BS tinkerbell...Your as big a liar as fatboy but unbiase is still the biggest LIAR on the forum...Paulie was dead on with his post calling you a scumbag liar..Keep up the good posting tinkerbell its noticed..
the don

Franklin Square, NY

#291807 Sep 19, 2013
YANKEES 4 LIFE wrote:
<quoted text> What's up Jim...... Another great night is coming up....TNA, College Football, NFL and most importantly NYY.....
Im taking the Eagles tonight..... Also Yanks are 2.5 back..... This is a must win.... Well all the remaining games are must wins.....we need a solid outing from Kuroda and hopefully the runs come early for us....
early and often my friend early and often....Like to see the chiefs beat the birds love seeing those division rivals taking loses..KC could make it 3-0 tonight.
DA GreatDirtyWater

Earlwood, Australia

#291808 Sep 19, 2013
the don wrote:
<quoted text> you little girls having fun posting ya BS tinkerbell...Your as big a liar as fatboy but unbiase is still the biggest LIAR on the forum...Paulie was dead on with his post calling you a scumbag liar..Keep up the good posting tinkerbell its noticed..
Liar? Like you claiming to be an exmarine? Or that you showed twice to stand up to BHJ? Or your latest that I claimed Bobby Valentine's Red Sox would win the WS in 2012?

Youre just an angry little jaded lyingfaggot- keep sucking up to clowns in here that can't stand you.

How was that night out with the boys you were planning? Notice how they left you on the stoop after it took hours for you to get your hair and nails done?

Good thing the weekend is coming and you can slither away unnoticed as usual...guess there's a mens room stall in a bus station with your name on it...then of course they are few in NYC that don't have your name on it eh Shirley?
the don

Franklin Square, NY

#291809 Sep 19, 2013
DA GreatDirtyWater wrote:
FINDING THE 11TH PITCHER
Farrell reiterated Wednesday that it is likely the Red Sox will go with 11 pitchers in the best-of-five American League Division Series, one more than they have typically utilized in previous ALDS appearances.
We know this: Jon Lester, Clay Buchholz and Jon Lackey will pitch the series' first three games, with Jake Peavy likely getting the start in Game 4.(Peavy took significant strides forward with his new arm angle while turning in seven solid innings Wednesday.)
As noted, signs point to the Red Sox eyeing Dempster for a useful bullpen role. That's five.
Then you have a group of relievers that include Uehara, Tazawa, Breslow, Morales and Workman. That's 10.
What this seemingly comes down to is the confidence that Felix Doubront's success against left-handed hitters (.640 OPS against, one home run) can translate into a relief role. The lefty, who will get another start, told WEEI.com that he doesn't believe he is equipped to thrive in a bullpen role at the moment, but there might not be another option.
Doubront has relieved before (in '10), and the other lefties in the mix -- Matt Thornton and Drake Britton -- haven't been able to instill much confidence of late. Thornton has allowed four of the last eight left-handed batters he's faced to reach, while Britton has only pitched twice this month.
Its nice to have depth
Lackey 9-12..last 3 he's 1-1 with a 6.52 era and 12.1 AHW..."nice to have depth" you really are a dope tinkerbell..hi ho hi ho you and momma blow!
YANKEES 4 LIFE

United States

#291810 Sep 19, 2013
the don wrote:
<quoted text> you little girls having fun posting ya BS tinkerbell...Your as big a liar as fatboy but unbiase is still the biggest LIAR on the forum...Paulie was dead on with his post calling you a scumbag liar..Keep up the good posting tinkerbell its noticed..
Tinker lmao...... Now that's a good nickname..... Those 3 like.fleas.... It's hard to get ride of them.....

Hope everything is good with you and the family also..... Yanks are still in it no matter what the haters and hacks say..... Go Yanks!!!!!!!
YANKEES 4 LIFE

United States

#291811 Sep 19, 2013
the don wrote:
<quoted text> early and often my friend early and often....Like to see the chiefs beat the birds love seeing those division rivals taking loses..KC could make it 3-0 tonight.
Wouldn't shock me at all if the Chiefs won..... Only picking the Eagles because they are at home and a short week...... Eagles offense is dangerous, but not sure if they can keep that up for a whole season...... We shall see tonight.... It should be a good one.....
DA GreatDirtyWater

Earlwood, Australia

#291812 Sep 19, 2013
the don wrote:
<quoted text> Lackey 9-12..last 3 he's 1-1 with a 6.52 era and 12.1 AHW..."nice to have depth" you really are a dope tinkerbell..hi ho hi ho you and momma blow!
Cherry picking stats eh? that 6.52 ERA due mostly to getting thumped for 7 runs by the Yanks...you remember that game? He took the win too...

Overall his 3.52 ERA is better than every Yankee starter bar Kuroda

hey whats his ERA over the last 3?

9.94

LMAO go back to the kiddie table Shirley.

“Rex and the Bills”

Since: Aug 08

AFC East Champs 2015

#291813 Sep 19, 2013
the don wrote:
<quoted text> you little girls having fun posting ya BS tinkerbell...Your as big a liar as fatboy but unbiase is still the biggest LIAR on the forum...Paulie was dead on with his post calling you a scumbag liar..Keep up the good posting tinkerbell its noticed..
Think everyone feels this way Don, kudos.

“Rex and the Bills”

Since: Aug 08

AFC East Champs 2015

#291814 Sep 19, 2013
YANKEES 4 LIFE wrote:
<quoted text> Wouldn't shock me at all if the Chiefs won..... Only picking the Eagles because they are at home and a short week...... Eagles offense is dangerous, but not sure if they can keep that up for a whole season...... We shall see tonight.... It should be a good one.....
As a Giants fan I want to see any game vs an NFC East team be for the non NFC East team (except vs the Giants of course). Think the Giants have to win the division this year to make the playoffs. Pass rush needs to get a A LOT BETTER for them to have any chance.

NFC two wild card teams will come from the Combo of SF and Seattle out west and the Saints and Falcons in the South.
YANKEES 4 LIFE

United States

#291815 Sep 19, 2013
FuMan Chu Yanks wrote:
<quoted text>
As a Giants fan I want to see any game vs an NFC East team be for the non NFC East team (except vs the Giants of course). Think the Giants have to win the division this year to make the playoffs. Pass rush needs to get a A LOT BETTER for them to have any chance.
NFC two wild card teams will come from the Combo of SF and Seattle out west and the Saints and Falcons in the South.
I picked the Saints to win the NFC South..... Big Blue will get things going hopefully.... Remember they lost their first 2 games years ago and ended up winning the Superbowl..... I know this team is different, but you never know......Also the NFC East will be tight all year....
Paul Yanks

Buffalo, NY

#291816 Sep 19, 2013
the don wrote:
<quoted text> Good dead on factual post paul, she has displayed a total lack of character as a poster in this forum..
Thanks Donnie......You know like the rest of us do that the Aussie moron is the biggest lying hypocrite on this forum.....worse than fatso.....with his quitting and taken off for good last year before the sox were ready to tank out to the bottom......now the giddy little girl acts like the biggest sox fan in the world.......dead wrong about his sox farm system for years.....they suck from top to bottom....choke in 2011 was big evidence there.......they've been an extremely lucky team all year.....next year they will crap out again.....and the Aussie moron will be gone again......wonder if that idiot fakes another heart attack like he did on her wrongful prediction of the Twins sweep of the Yanks in 2009......the Aussie scumbag is one bitter deranged azzhole.....make no mistake about that.......you know he's living in Australia for doing some wrongful white collar crime in Boston.....DW is a bitter liar big time....always making up some bullshit story.......she really has mental issues....A Youk fathead poster hanging over her bed.....the Aussie clown is a real sicko....

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