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August 07, 2008

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Melissa

When Jacoby hit that home run last night, I turned to my husband and said the exact thing you just said Ellsbury is coming out of his slump. Whoo-Hoo!!!

And thank God for it!!! I am going to be attending my very first Red Sox series this weekend in Chicago, I was it was Fenway but I will take what I can get. I have been part of RSN for a long time, and have never had the means or money to go to a game, so I am stoked!!!

Let's go Sox:) the Red one's:)

Derek Hixon

That's awesome you guys will be at the game(s) representing the Sox this weekend! My brother lives in Chicago and I wonder if he'll be checking out any of the games? Whatapha?

Melissa

Well the Sox will only have 1 person cheering them on, knowing my hubby, he'll cheer for Chicago.

And to divulge my deepest secret. Shhhhh.....
My hubby is a honest to goodness YANKEES fan. Can you believe it?!?
I had no idea he cheered on the Evil Empire until like our 3rd date, LOL.

Chip

We at Yankees Beat want you morons to stop coming over to our site, and leaving messages about writing comments to MLB.com as well as MLBPA begging for less spending in baseball, as well as limits on free agents. Remember, We are Baseball, You are a Fad, ..Just like the Patriots. Remember what a New York team did to Them Too.

Viper

Tell those idiots from Boston, its a secondrate city of folks that cantmake it in New York. No Manny, No playoffs.

jeannine

... says the guy named VIPER

Are you a student of the Cobra Kai, by any chance?

Derek Hixon

Dear Chip and Viper (aka the same person with the same IP Address) your above comments are very well thought out and intelligent...oh wait they're not.

Whatever though, I take it as a compliment that you have to come over here to try and knock the defending World Series Champion Boston Red Sox down a few notches. Not that easy though bub.

Either way, let's talk about the fads that were popular when the Yankees were last winning World Series Championships all the way back in the 90's.....

1. Slap Bracelets
2. Neon Colored Umbro Shorts
3. Friends
....
Oh....it's too easy, I'll leave you silly Yankee fans to your past and false blanket statements, you seem to thrive in both.

Joba on the DL = No playoffs for the Yanks, and that be the truth brother man.

Melissa

Chip sounds like a real asshole. I'll be over to Yankee Beat in a sec and leave you a nice long message.

ericinboston

what idiocy to say they wont make the playoffs w/o manny

he hasnt been the backbone of this offense since '03 and jason bay is arguably a better player.

horses ass

Kris

"Remember, We are Baseball, You are a Fad"

That's why you're tearing down arguably one of the hallmarks of baseball history - Yankee Stadium.

You will never see Fenway Park go away. Why? Because it is America's Most Beloved Ballpark. Because the fans are true fans, not rich over-privileged Wall Street douchebags who only go to games to butter up clients (please forgive me Yanks fans from Jersey and Yonkers, Mark I'm looking at you).

I hope the Yankees suffer their own drought of championships (oh wait, they kinda are already). The Red Sox will continue to be a great team because they care about the game and playing it the right way as much as their fans. So, keep signing the Pudge Rodriguezes of the world, and keep throwing your talented bullpen guys into the starting rotation.

Go Sox!

InsidetheMonster

Anyone else scratching their heads a little as to why Coco was in the starting lineup last night? Jacoby seemed to finally be finding his stroke and ready to again assume the role of a dangerous lead off hitting. Sitting Jacoby may hinder this process.

As for Jed Lowrie, he has played himself into the starting shortstop role for the rest of the season. I've blogged about both of these topics, feel free to check it out at:

http://insidethesox.blogspot.com/

i'd love to hear your opinions.

Ashley Armitage

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrYOQ6qWgnE

This is a rap about Jacoby Ellsbury. Please watch and share! Enjoy!

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