In Case Of Emergency: Barry Lamar

While the Nation holds their breath in anticipation of a David Ortiz return slated to begin around the end of the month, there still lies the possibility our Papi will never be able to find his pre-wrist injury form. The two sessions of batting practice prior to the last couple games against Minnesota have gone swimmingly, surely a positive start on the road to recovery. But, if you recall, Curt Schilling

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  1. Evan Brunell July 9, 2008 at 3:38 AM #

    Yeah, it makes sense to discuss it internally, but that's as far as it should go.
    Bonds is no Randy Moss. Have you heard from him this off-season? No. He hasn't been contrite, nothing like that. If anything, he's dug his heels in further. He insists he didn't lie to the grand jury (which I can't determine if he did that or not, but he's not out there proclaiming his innocence either) and he refused to give in to any team in the off-season until he realized that "Gee, maybe I really AM not wanted" and then went on the offensive.
    He can hit, but the baggage he brings is terrible. No.

  2. Jc July 9, 2008 at 5:55 AM #
    interesting comments from Gammons, according to him, Manny was fined for his actions.

  3. Tim Starks July 9, 2008 at 1:49 PM #

    I favor complete isolation of the cheateriest of the cheaters who cheated his way to the most storied record in our national pastime. Punish punish punish.

  4. Ryan Hoffman July 9, 2008 at 2:09 PM #

    From a strictly Ws and Ls standpoint, on paper Bonds looks good, but when you look at his baggage, he may not be worth the trouble, and, from a business standpoint it means nothing:I find it hard to believe that any Sox fan would even think of boycotting watching or attending the games, even if a cheater like Bonds was in them, and the Sox have no ability to boost attendance, so they couldn't possibly improve cashflow by signing Bonds.
    Personally, I would boo him…