Mr. Johnson against the Braves, yesterday: 6 IP. 1 H. 8 K. 1 BB. Next up: Boomer and the Sox.
Be afraid, be very afraid!
Why? You still have to send out Jaret Wright, an aging Mike Mussina, a questionable Kevin Brown, and an AL-unproven Carl Pavano. Unit scary? Yep. Everyone else, not really.
Sounds like that’s an SF commenting. You’re welcome to your views, but there’s only one YF on this site; in the future please try a new handel.
That was me. But come midseason, it might be you.
I don’t think so. But in any case we might agree that the rotation Bostonians should fgear most is the one that includes an already gimpy and aged Schilling, the ticking bomb that is David Wells, the AL-unproven Clement, Bronson-the-Yankee-Pinata Arroyo, Eephus Wakefield, and mondo recovery project Wade Miller.
Translation: the wheels aren’t exactly glued on too tight in Boston, either.
Who said anything about Boston?
No one. Stone and glass houses, though.
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