Originally Posted by Hollywood
Wait, when I brought up Pujols, you said National League pitching sucked. What is it? Make up your fucking mind. I said Pujols is struggling and you rolled your eyes. You cant have it both ways ass clown.
You want American League all-stars and top tier players who are struggling right now? Ok.
There you go wise guy. I'm willing to bet you don't know who half those guys are. If you want some more ownage, just keep reading.
Pretty much every one of those guys has a better stat line than Lofton does, except for 3, so I'm not sure what you are getting at there.
Doug Mientkiewicz is hitting .500 right now. He must be the best player in baseball according to your logic. Go ahead and call Jon Daniels up and give him your best sales pitch. I'm sure he's good for 45 wins in your fantasy world.
I'm not talking about Mientkiewicz and never was. I'm talking about Lofton vs. GMJ.
Bandwagon? Fuck you, I have proof that I went to Sox games before they won the World Series. There's a pic of me wearing a Frank Thomas shirt from 1995, another one of me wearing a Sox cap on my myspace page. been a Sox fan since 1989. Try again nancy, you take those accusations over to the Yankee boards and Red Sox boards.
Congrats, you've been to some games and got some merchandise.
You didn't get on here and talk about them until they started to win.
Zero baring? You said nobody cares about stealing bases. You said they didn't matter. I proved you wrong. Go ahead and swallow that crow.
You didn't prove anything wrong except for your personal assertion that stealing bases is what won a World Series for the White Sox.
Yea, GMJ would have gotten the Rangers to the playoffs, just like he did...oh wait, no the problem was pitching again. There goes your GMJ theory. Why don't you complain about the trading away of pitching prospects instead of them not over paying for aging one hit wonders.
I see you still have no comment on the Ranger pitching. And continue to blame it on Lofton.
I never said that GMJ would be able to cure the Rangers pitching woes and won't assert that. However, he can provide batting production, which Lofton is not doing, and at least help put up runs to try and keep up with the lack of pitching help the Rangers have.
I'll agree with you that a large part of the problems the Rangers have are pitching related, but thats been an obvious fact for forever. Now the hitting is coming into question and one of the major changes from last season is no GMJ.