October 28, 2003

Booston Red Sox

I really liked Grady Little, too bad they did this. Face it Sox, you lost, no need to be sore losers (in regards to the organization, not the players)

Though I am a fan of Jerry Remy...he's been the voice of the Red Sox for as long as I can remember. It'd be kinda neat to see him in the dugout.

They won't choose him, though. Firing Grady was the first in a series of bad mistakes that the Boston organization is probably going to make over the next few months, and hiring Jerry Remy would make too much sense.

Anyway, no need to grumble about that now. We Sox fans have all next season to be miserable about our team, so we may as well take a break from it.


So long Grady....I don't care what other people thought, I liked ya!

Cheers!

Posted by jed at October 28, 2003 10:22 AM
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