Thursday, December 27, 2007

Quote of the Day

"No one really has any new info on the Santana talks, but that's not going to stop them from posting stories."


Yesterday the Twins lowered their demands (but only to the Yankees), today they're going to hold onto Santana. Incredible! Writers are coming up with more updates now that the Twins front office is on holiday, than they were before the Twins went on holiday. The wonders of the press.


Randy Wan said...

haha that's why they're called rumors. Personally, I don't want the Red Sox to get Santana because that's just unfair. But if they do, I look forward to watching the Red Sox's rotation with three ace material pitchers in Santana, Beckett, Dice K; a former ace, Schilling and the stud Buckhols (can't spell).

I made a post about who's coming off the books for the Dodgers. Assuming that the Dodgers resign Furcal, $36.5 million should still come off the books. The future looks extremely bright for the Dodgers. I look forward to the day when the Dodgers and the Red Sox meet in the World Series


Jaryd Wilson said...

Hey Ethan,

It's Jaryd Wilson from The Bard's Room at I got your message about exchanging links and I wanted to let you know that I've added your site as a link in my blogroll, which is available by clicking on "Friends" under my name. If you want to add my page, the address is:

Good luck with your site, I will be sure to continue to read.

Ethan Michaels said...

Thanks for the link Jaryd. I'm putting up a link to your site right now and I'm excited to have a White Sox link!

Feel free to stop by any time and not only praise but criticize any of the stories. They're meant to generate discussion, not boost my ego.

Have a good one.

Ethan Michaels said...

Ain't that the truth about rumors Randy?

I LOVE pitching so I wouldn't mind it one bit. But I agree, things would be more interesting if they didn't get him.

As for the Dodgers, that's plenty of money to be coming off the books. I look forward to watching the Dodgers in the Fall Classic as well. While I don't follow them the entire season, I've liked the Dodgers ever since they became "Red Sox West".

Anonymous said...

The Dodgers now become Yankees West since since Former Yankees like Joe Torre and Don Mattingly, rest of ex-Yankees join.

Ethan Michaels said...

That's right, Torre and Proctor reunited!

Lanelle said...

Good words.