Thursday, March 30, 2006

Dayn Perry, You're Quickly Becoming a Favorite

It's fairly obvious he has no idea of which he writes.

Yes, he's predicting sunflowers and rainbows for the Red Sox as previously mentioned and problems for New York.

However, I can't let a comment like this slide:
Andy Phillips would make a useful platoon partner for Cano


Yes, Andy Phillips, who is a terrible fielder at any position except for first base would be an adequate platoon partner for the 2005 ROY runner-up.

That honestly thus far is the winner for the "Most Retarded Idea, 2006" award.

He also makes no mention of Octavio Dotel in his bullpen section. It's like he briefly scans a few rosters and makes uneducated predictions and articles and then collects his fat FOX paycheck.

posted by Mr. Faded Glory @ 2:50 AM   3 comments







3 Comments:

At 3/31/2006 3:22 PM, Blogger June said...

reminds me of an espn radio commentator saying he couldn't tell whether it was tony womack or andy phillips pinch running, and murmuring, "uh, I can't pick up that [uniform] number..." My friend (rolling her eyes): "‘can't pick up that number' - was it a short black man, or a medium size white man?"

 
At 4/20/2006 11:30 AM, Blogger Satchmo said...

Dayn Perry also wrote an article recently about how if Barry Bonds didn't play after 1999, his career would have hardly qualified him for the Hall of Fame. Or something like that.

I believe his words were "His pre-1999 numbers are Hall worthy, but not strikingly so." Huh?

 
At 5/11/2006 8:28 PM, Anonymous ghayford@att.net said...

Just read your article about Babe Ruth. Yes, Yankee Stadium was slightly smaller then and baseball didn't include blacks, but look at the home run totals for everyone else compared to Ruth. Also, back then, the pithing was not diluted as it is today by having too many teams. All you see is the popular current thinking instead of the reality of what is going on. How disappointing you are.
Geoff
Las Vegas

 

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