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    SOFTIE SAYS

    I know Ellsbury went 3-5, stole two bases made a huge catch, but Coco would of went 5-5 with 5 home runs and caught that single in the first a little to the right of Jake.

    Jake still stinks, he is a weak hitting player. Crisp is better even though the sox are now 8-0 in playoff games Ellsbury starts.
     
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    SOFTIE SAYS

    Honestly dude, Ellsbury did more tonight then I seen Crsip do in three seasons.
     
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    SOFTIE SAYS

    My dad told me better to say nothing and be assumed dumb, rather then open your moulth and prove you are dumb . . . . Softie keep talking. (typing)

     
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    The wonderful thing about you, softlaws, is that when you make a misjudgment it is so horrendous that everyone knows that's what it is.

    Ellsbury did everything tonight--smacked the ball hard three times for a double, rbi single, and a three base error that could easily have been called a triple, bunt single, two stolen bases, great catch in center. It sure wasn't his fault that Pedroia went hitless and Ortiz almost did.
    You, sir, have a blind spot. Ellsbury was great in the postseason last year, so this year's performance in the most important game of the season so far is no accident. Except, of course, in your eyes.

     
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    [Quote]What did he do that impacted the game offensively? Nothing. Jason Bay is the story, on offense, end of story. All the talk about leadoff this, leadoff that, Jason Bay is the keeper.[/Quote]

    Ummm...he was the only player from both teams with 3 hits in the game? Scored a run? Gave them several more opportunities to score by getting himself into scoring position 4 different times?
     
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    Hey flaccid
    Up to your old tricks eh.
    when Jake shows you up yet again with an outstanding performance, you go off on a tangent about Bay, Lester......
    You're so predictable, and have become the standing forum joke.
     
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    [Quote]What did he do that impacted the game offensively? Nothing. Jason Bay is the story, on offense, end of story. All the talk about leadoff this, leadoff that, Jason Bay is the keeper.[/Quote]

    IDIOT, er Moron, Er, uh Dude, there, yeah DUDE, there's more to the game than LONG BALL, you proabaly are the type that think 1-0 games are boring. .and you don't respect a player unless he's over 20 HR's in a season? what bout manufacturing runs, moving over runners, SBs?

    come on moron, you've been caught, called out, and you keep spewing the same endless goo of idioticy . . you seem knowledgeable. but too stubborn and blind for your own good. . . . GET OVER IT
     
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    SOFTIE SAYS

    Ellsbury's job is to get in scoring position. He did that time and time again..If he didn't impact the game, it isn't his fault, blame Pedoria, Papi, etc,at.....He was a stud tonight....
     
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    [Quote]Jake was a side show, Jason Bay was the only offensive impact player tonight. Lester was the other on defense. We lose that game, regardless of what Jake's stat line was tonight, it was all about Jason Bay's homer, the biggest offensive impact play of the season.[/Quote]
     
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    [Quote]Jake was a side show, Jason Bay was the only offensive impact player tonight. Lester was the other on defense. We lose that game, regardless of what Jake's stat line was tonight, it was all about Jason Bay's homer, the biggest offensive impact play of the season.[/Quote]
     
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    Softlaw:

    Why do you keep coming back to Bay's homer as if it somehow detracts from the fact that Ellsbury had a great night and was postseason money once again? Bay came through for us big-time tonight, he and Lester were the big heroes, yes -- no one on this board is disputing that. But you're using it as some kind of twisted excuse to avoid giving Jacoby ANY credit whatsoever for a game in which he did just about everything we could ask from him as a leadoff hitter. Three hits, scored a run, knocked in a run, stole two bases...argue it all you want, but that's huge.

    I get that you think he's overrated on this board. Good for you. But when you go out of your way to avoid even acknowledging a great performance by one of our players, it's just sad.
     
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    Flaccid
    What would have happened if Ellsbury didn't make that incredible catch?
    On thats right, Mr Predictable states that he made an easy catch difficult because he didn't get a good jump.
    Any chance of getting a photo of yourself up on the board, so we can see who we are laughing at!
     
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    [Quote]Softlaw:

    Why do you keep coming back to Bay's homer as if it somehow detracts from the fact that Ellsbury had a great night and was postseason money once again? Bay came through for us big-time tonight, he and Lester were the big heroes, yes -- no one on this board is disputing that. But you're using it as some kind of twisted excuse to avoid giving Jacoby ANY credit whatsoever for a game in which he did just about everything we could ask from him as a leadoff hitter. Three hits, scored a run, knocked in a run, stole two bases...argue it all you want, but that's huge.

    I get that you think he's overrated on this board. Good for you. But when you go out of your way to avoid even acknowledging a great performance by one of our players, it's just sad.[/Quote]



    Great post Flapjack! I think Softy posts some of his stuff for dramatic effect, but you're post is 100% indisputable.
     
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    SOFTIE=SOFT IN THE HEAD, I don't think the fool watched much of a great gane tomight and most of his posts are wild rants, forget him and GO SOX

     
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    Let's see, guys couldn't get Ellsbury home on his first two hits, so his effort becomes "meaningless" then he saves us from a man on 1st w/ 0 outs w/ a great catch. Tying the game if that dropped wouldn't have been very hard, esp w/ Vald AND Hunter both getting hits. So he saved us from a tie game. Than he scored and drove in the 2 insurance runs accounting for half the teams offense.

    Yeah he did nothing.

    [snigger snigger]
     
  16. You have chosen to ignore posts from schmangell. Show schmangell's posts

    SOFTIE SAYS

    Ellsbury reacted after making a diving catch in the eighth inning.
    ELLSBURY F A R T S IN SOFTIE'S GENERAL DIRECTION
     
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    [Quote]What did he do that impacted the game offensively? Nothing. Jason Bay is the story, on offense, end of story. All the talk about leadoff this, leadoff that, Jason Bay is the keeper.[/Quote]

    I think you'd better keep your day job. You stink at evaluating talent. END OF STORY.
     
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    SOFTIE SAYS

    wow what a massive lie...
     
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    No, you really, really do stink to high heaven at evaluating talent. You've lost all credibility and you're no fan of the Red Sox.
     
  20. You have chosen to ignore posts from schmangell. Show schmangell's posts

    SOFTIE SAYS

    If Bay hadn't hit that dinger, Jake's RBI single would have been the game-winner. He goes 3-for-5 and reaches base 5 times. He was the spark in last year's playoffs.

    Hotdogging? Jesus, you're an idiot.
     
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    SOFTIE SAYS

    I believe that Mazz trumped this argument in today's Ells article.
     
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    SOFTIE SAYS

    SOFTHEAD, get off of Ells' nuts already. You are way too infatuated with him. A little too much SUGAR in your cup if you ask me. What a closet fruit cake!

    The guy does as good a job as a lead off hitter can do, and all you want to do is complain about him 'hotdoggin it' after making an incredible GAME SAVING type catch. Get a life MORON!!!!!!!!

    NEWS FLASH: No one values your thoughts or OPINIONS SOFTY...GET A CLUE and GET OVER YOURSELF CLOWN!!!!!!!!
     
  23. You have chosen to ignore posts from tph2004. Show tph2004's posts

    SOFTIE SAYS

    GUYS:

    Softie is right, dam it all! Ellsbury should of known a .326 Hitter AL MVP possibly, a legdonary hitter in Ortiz and a 29 Homerun, 111 RBI clean up hitter who kills Lackey were not going to get hits so he should not only have stole second twice, but should of stole third and home too.

    I am going to fly to LA to chew him out!

    It is all Ellsbury fault he didnt score 4 runs. Wow Softie you converted all of us.

    (PS ~ a slap hitter does not hit a ball of wall and rip on over a right fielders head dude, Skip Carey also reminded everyone he is just a Rookie and said he would get alot better too)
     
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    SOFTIE SAYS

    [Quote]Jake was a side show, Jason Bay was the only offensive impact player tonight. Lester was the other on defense. We lose that game, regardless of what Jake's stat line was tonight, it was all about Jason Bay's homer, the biggest offensive impact play of the season.

    I'm better at evaluating talent than this board or the Globe who called Jake a .300 plus hitting onbase machine. One playoff game against a Righty does not a career make. The beat gal for the glove admitted Jake was overrated and overhyped.[/Quote]

    Other than the two months after his wrist injury, Ellsbury has been a .300 plus onbase machine. .320 to be closer to the truth.

    Ellsbury was a game changer last night.

    It takes a big man to admit when one is wrong. So there's no chance of you doing that.

    But accept it. To quote Ferris Bueller,

    "It's over. Go home. Go."
     

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