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October 06, 2009


Derek Hixon

The optimism here makes me very happy Kris, and now that I'm a proud owner of a Game 5 ALCS ticket I'll be rooting extra hard in the ALDS (like I could have rooted any harder).

I wouldn't sleep on the Angels though, they have, what I feel is the most to prove in the ALDS out of any of the eight teams - which may finally make them bare their teeth and finally start punching back.


What a shocker Red Sox over Yankees is your bold prediction.
Personally I dont even think you will get by the Angels. But I hope you do. And in that case.. I find it doubtful that a team that only managed to win 1 out of the final 9 games against the Yankees... and NONE of the final 7 games at Yankee stadium. I'm sorry... I 'm just not seeing it this go around. I see history going back to what it has always been and that continuing for some years to come. You had your brief moment in time. It's back to being the little bro again. Then again thats just what my heart is telling me. The same way yours is telling you Sox in 7 aginst the best team in baseball hands down.


never said it was a bold prediction. and if you really think the yankees are going to be dominant year-in and year-out, and the sox are always going to be second-fiddle, you haven't been paying attention...

your heart says yanks, my heart says sox...


I definitely say Sox in 5 in ALDS. ALCS I will hold off until we see how they play this week.

Check out my ALDS preview on!


Luds is an asscock... Krazy Kris and DHix know there baseball... Put you asscock aside, i'm going with the not so wild 'wild card' odds of the boston red sox. look at the numbers and stop being such a Luds....

Derek Hixon

I deleted his comments, I'm definitely not a proponent of censorship, however - if you're just going to come on here and swear and and not add anything creative to conversation, than peace means you're out.


Glad to hear that Derek it's not censorship, it's ownership. you own the right to be boss.
thank you for your perspective on the state of red sox nation. I am a super fan.

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