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Friday, January 23, 2009

What he said, revisited

Thomas Boswell was always about 1,000 times the writer I was and that hasn't changed. Check out his latest if you haven't already and see if you don't agree with him.

I do.

Good start to the offseason with the Olsen/Willingham deal (first reported by yours truly, I just had to work that in again).

Nothing since.

Give us a real big sign that you're still working to make this 102-loss outfit better. Give it to us soon. I already re-upped my tickets. I hope I don't regret that.

Get Dunn done. Get Zimmerman done. OK, I'll shut up now. Boswell said it all better than I could.

4 comments:

An Briosca Mor said...
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MikeHarris said...

If you went to Tech in the 70s (I was at VCU then), you better have my book (shameless plug):

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1596700041/ref=ord_cart_shr?%5Fencoding=UTF8&m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&v=glance

As for Boswell, yeah, he's not what he used to be but he can still bring it and I think he did here. Sheinin is as good as there is anywhere.

An Briosca Mor said...
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Hendo said...

Boswell is losing it, as his Saturday column demonstrates. It's not just that he's foaming at the mouth himself, but that he's misleading a public that needs to be better informed about baseball than Boswell seems to want to do. (And, judging from some of the comments to his column, turning loose a few anti-Semites in the bargain, not that that crowd has ever been far in the background.)

Please, Post: Offer Boswell an early retirement, and buy out Sheinin's arb years.