Wakefield Has Become Involved! Per Peter A-Ham

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    They must have thought Wakefield had some value to add to the team, or he wouldn't be there.

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

     Tim Wakefield also has become involved.

    I would expect he'll be working with the young pitchers on conditioning and how to master more than one pitch. He also will provide leadership to the pitchers on how to sacrifice themselves by agreeing to do mop-up work between starts, and stay on the active roster by becoming the designated "innings eater". He also will work with them on the fundamentals of covering first and backing up throws from the outfield to the infield.

     




     

    ROFL!  Yes!!!!! Glad you are back!

     
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    U also forgot that Wake will teach the pitchers to assume the fans deserve to see them on the mound even when they suck.

     
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    Wakefield and Varitek back with the team.  It's a dream come true for ya Soft. :-)

     
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    Re: Wakefield Has Become Involved! Per Peter A-Ham

    he will teach the art of conditioning to Felix D

     

     
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    In response to kimsaysthis' comment:

    They must have thought Wakefield had some value to add to the team, or he wouldn't be there.



    ..............and there are seven days in a week.  What is your point?   LOL

     
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    Re: Wakefield Has Become Involved! Per Peter A-Ham

    Softy you do realize he could even teach you much about MLB even with your vast working knowledge :0

     

     
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    Re: Wakefield Has Become Involved! Per Peter A-Ham

    Yeah you know what still bothers me? the Panic of 1907....stupid Otto c. Heinz.  People say that I should just let it go, and it's completely irrelevant, and I'm an idiot, and it's in the past etc etc etc.....but they don't just understand.  People like me and you gotta stick together Softy!

     
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    Re: Wakefield Has Become Involved! Per Peter A-Ham

    In response to ctredsoxfanhugh's comment:

    Yeah you know what still bothers me? the Panic of 1907....stupid Otto c. Heinz.  People say that I should just let it go, and it's completely irrelevant, and I'm an idiot, and it's in the past etc etc etc.....but they don't just understand.  People like me and you gotta stick together Softy!




    Now that you mention it, I'm still quite irate about the enclosure act of 1773. :-)

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    he will teach the art of conditioning to Felix D

    And if Felix has issues staying on the diet wagon, Wastfield will teach him to waddle quickly enough to cover first and get the assist on any super slower baserunner.



    They could also reactivate him to be their innings horse, and use him early in the season when the wind usually blows in.

     
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    In response to nhsteven's comment:

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

     

    he will teach the art of conditioning to Felix D

    And if Felix has issues staying on the diet wagon, Wastfield will teach him to waddle quickly enough to cover first and get the assist on any super slower baserunner.

     



    They could also reactivate him to be their innings horse, and use him early in the season when the wind usually blows in.

     




    not a bad plan. according to softy, pitching doesn't matter so i guess it doesn't really matter WHO we trot out there....

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    They thought that Carl Crawford had some value to add to the team. Your point?




    And, of course, Wakefield's long career with the Sox and success as a pitcher and Crawford with his injuries and difficulty playing LF are exactly the same thing.

     
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    In response to Ice-Cream's comment:

    In response to kimsaysthis' comment:

     

    They must have thought Wakefield had some value to add to the team, or he wouldn't be there.

     



    ..............and there are seven days in a week.  What is your point?   LOL

     




    My point is Softy always talks about how useless Wakefield was for the Sox. Duh.

     
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