All's Well that ends Wells....

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    which is worse?

    a ball legally bouncing into the stands for a groundrule double

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    a fan reaching over into the field of play preventing a catch and ruled a HR




     

     

    tough call NC

    but this is clearly the worse

     
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    Keep the personal shots coming Zac.

    Like you always say, it says more about you than it does me

     

    I suppose

    mostly because I C no personal shot directed at U

    at least yankees stadium unlike fenway  is fair for both teams

     

     
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    which is worse?

    a ball legally bouncing into the stands for a groundrule double

    or

    a fan reaching over into the field of play preventing a catch and ruled a HR




     

     

    tough call NC

    but this is clearly the worse

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    We can do this all day...

    Two words that everyone in baseball knows; Bleacher Creatures.

     

     
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    Keep the personal shots coming Zac.

    Like you always say, it says more about you than it does me

     

    I suppose

    mostly because I C no personal shot directed at U

    at least yankees stadium unlike fenway  is fair for both teams

     

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    Ok, I'll chalk it up to poor typing skills then.

     
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    Two words that everyone in baseball knows; Bleacher Creatures

     

    tou·ché


    Ok, I'll chalk it up to poor typing skills then.

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    U talking about 5B's

     
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    Did he even get a hit after April? Good riddance.

     
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    Did he even get a hit after April? Good riddance.

    [/QUOTE] hey Phil!!...long time no see...Happy New Year buddy..


     
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    Did he even get a hit after April? Good riddance.

    [/QUOTE] hey Phil!!...long time no see...Happy New Year buddy..


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    How's it going jete? Happy New Year to you and yours too!Cool

     
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    actually there R rules

    whenever I hear a sox fan question RF in ny

    I ask myself do they  even know what LF in fenway is like

     

     

    and I'm not even talking about how unfair it is

     

     

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    there is a 37' high wall that "attempts" to be an equalizer.  the wall has been known to take HR's away and turn them in to singles.  Putting one out in Left-Center over the monster is a shot.

     

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    Well there IS 4 more feet down the right field line at Yankee Staduim, than the left field line at Fenway.

    So Zac is right, they're basically the same.

    Even if one wall is 8 ft high and the other is 37 ft.

    If you squint, they look the same.

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    LMAO! And even if that sidewalk curb is equal to both teams in any game, what team plays there more often than any other team?

     
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    actually there R rules

    whenever I hear a sox fan question RF in ny

    I ask myself do they  even know what LF in fenway is like

     

     

    and I'm not even talking about how unfair it is

     

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    there is a 37' high wall that "attempts" to be an equalizer.  the wall has been known to take HR's away and turn them in to singles.  Putting one out in Left-Center over the monster is a shot.

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    a guy called 'no cred' and the 5 B's don't agree with my analogy

    yeah ok there's never been a guy said to have a '' fenway swing''

    and short fly balls don't turn into HR's there


    both staduims favor LH who chose to take advantage of them

    the wall has been known to take HR's away and turn them in to singles

    yeah but did it ever turn a double into a ground rule double

    that prevented a huge run from scoring in the ALCS ;-)

     

    37' high wall

    my a.ss

    we all know how unfair that is

     

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    Are we still dealing with a Yankee fan throwing around "no cred" labels on a Sox board? Funny how he makes it sound like someone else is also calling them that when it's really only him. LMAO

     
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    never heard LF at the fens referred to as a short porch.

    which is worse?

    a ball legally bouncing into the stands for a groundrule double

    or

    a fan reaching over into the field of play preventing a catch and ruled a HR

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    Oh, I know! I know! Smile

     
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    Sorry, Joba.

    You've still got 3 more minutes of "time out".

     
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    When Vernon Wells came up to bat last yr; it put the fear of God into the opposition.

     
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    actually there R rules

    whenever I hear a sox fan question RF in ny

    I ask myself do they  even know what LF in fenway is like

     

     

    and I'm not even talking about how unfair it is

     

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    there is a 37' high wall that "attempts" to be an equalizer.  the wall has been known to take HR's away and turn them in to singles.  Putting one out in Left-Center over the monster is a shot.

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    And yet, due to the foul territory & penchant for doubles, Fenway park, (with the possible exception of the short lived Los Angeles Wrigley Field & Coors before the humidor ball conditioning), is statistically speaking, and as illustrated on Baseball Reference.com, the best hitters park in MLB history; who would have thought?

     
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    actually there R rules

    whenever I hear a sox fan question RF in ny

    I ask myself do they  even know what LF in fenway is like

     

     

    and I'm not even talking about how unfair it is

     

     



    there is a 37' high wall that "attempts" to be an equalizer.  the wall has been known to take HR's away and turn them in to singles.  Putting one out in Left-Center over the monster is a shot.

     

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    Well there IS 4 more feet down the right field line at Yankee Staduim, than the left field line at Fenway.

    So Zac is right, they're basically the same.

    Even if one wall is 8 ft high and the other is 37 ft.

    If you squint, they look the same.

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    LMAO! And even if that sidewalk curb is equal to both teams in any game, what team plays there more often than any other team?

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    At Fenway, there are times where a ball hit to left field in any other park would be a fly out.  I fenway though, those same balls can go for basehits/doubles which can lead to RBIs.  

     

    http://www.baseball-statistics.com/Ballparks/Bos/

     

    "Though not the hitters' paradise it once was, Fenway Park still plays very lively, especially for right-handers........"

     
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    Yeah, basehits and doubles are soooo much better than homeruns over a sidewalk curb in RF.

    Again, can't reply to post without removing the wordshort that's not in my post.

     
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    sshort porch at nyy staduim - fair for all

    big wall at fenway - not fair for all

     
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    HRs over a sidewalk curb is more fair to the team that plays there more.

     
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    sshort porch at nyy staduim - fair for all

    big wall at fenway - not fair for all

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    Zac,

    I love ya man, but that's ridiculous...unless of coarse you're referring to the pitchers, then niether is "fair". A can of corn is homer in both parks. Fenway is the better hitters park because both righties and lefties can use the wall to thier advantage..but to suggest that Fenway is somehow unfair or not fair at all is a stretch. Every team with a clue build's thier lineup and aligns thier defense to take advantage of the home park's dimensions. the Red Sox are no different...nor are the Yanks...who tradionally stack thier lineups with power hitting lefties...

     
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    Vernon Wells may have been designated for assignment but he will still make $21 million this year.  He can thank the Angels and Blue Jays for their kindness.    LOL

     

     

     

     
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    Vernon Wells may have been designated for assignment but he will still make $21 million this year.  He can thank the Angels and Blue Jays for their kindness.    LOL

     

     

     

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    Wells makes $24.643M this year.

    LAA pays $18.6M

    TOR pays $3.643M

    NYY pays the rest (about $2.4M)

     
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    $24+MM for doing nothing.  amazing..

     
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    Yeah, basehits and doubles are soooo much better than homeruns over a sidewalk curb in RF.

    Again, can't reply to post without removing the wordshort that's not in my post.

    [/QUOTE] boy, what's up with that???


     
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    sshort porch at nyy staduim - fair for all

    big wall at fenway - not fair for all



    Zac,

    I love ya man, but that's ridiculous...unless of coarse you're referring to the pitchers, then niether is "fair". A can of corn is homer in both parks. Fenway is the better hitters park because both righties and lefties can use the wall to thier advantage..but to suggest that Fenway is somehow unfair or not fair at all is a stretch. Every team with a clue build's thier lineup and aligns thier defense to take advantage of the home park's dimensions. the Red Sox are no different...nor are the Yanks...who tradionally stack thier lineups with power hitting lefties...

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    greetings BT

     

    A can of corn is homer in both parks. Fenway is the better hitters park because both righties and lefties can use the wall to thier advantage..

    thank U

    that's all I was saying (below in bold)

    when slash & the 5B's took exception to my analogy

     

     

    whenever I hear a sox fan question RF in ny

    I ask myself do they  even know what LF in fenway is like

     

     

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    big wall at fenway - not fair for all

     that's ridiculous

     

    oh come on BT

    everyone knows that wall is not the same when the home 9 bats

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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