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nufced1918
02-29-04, 02:20 PM
Retired Boston sportscaster Clark Booth takes a look at baseball as we enter Spring Training

Ten Questions That Must Be Asked Before We Play Ball CLARK BOOTH (http://dotnews.com/booth.html)

SINCE77 2
02-29-04, 05:20 PM
With all due respect to the Sox and their ownership, they do need to win something before they (or the media)can talk about the Red Sox being better than anyone. An AL Pennant in 1986 isn't making it any longer.

NDBoston
02-29-04, 05:36 PM
Clark Booth "jumped the shark" before Fonzie did.

nufced1918
02-29-04, 06:07 PM
Clark Booth "jumped the shark" before Fonzie did.

ND Clark has forgotten more about the Red Sox than most fans today know.

**** Johnson the co-author of both Red Sox Century and Yankees Century wrote in the Yankee volume that back in 1999 when Charles Schultz retired, he got thousands of letters begging for Charlie Brown to finally kick the football. He refused saying Charlie would cease to be if he did.

Johnson fears the same would happen to the Red Sox if we won.

I always thought Lucy's last name was Van Pelt, but it is obvious it is Steinbrenner


http://http://greatvalleypins.com/cgi-bin/merchant2/graphics/00000001/80UF019_L.jpg

StaceyRosie
02-29-04, 06:13 PM
**** Johnson the co-author of both Red Sox Century and Yankees Century

:lol:

nufced1918
02-29-04, 06:54 PM
http://www.houghtonmifflinbooks.com/assets/product/0618085270.gif

http://www.houghtonmifflinbooks.com/booksellers/press_release/yankees/


and an updated version of Red Sox Century will appear later this month that includes 2003

NDBoston
02-29-04, 07:33 PM
Originally posted by nufced1918


ND Clark has forgotten more about the Red Sox than most fans today know.

**** Johnson the co-author of both Red Sox Century and Yankees Century wrote in the Yankee volume that back in 1999 when Charles Schultz retired, he got thousands of letters begging for Charlie Brown to finally kick the football. He refused saying Charlie would cease to be if he did.

Johnson fears the same would happen to the Red Sox if we won.

I always thought Lucy's last name was Van Pelt, but it is obvious it is Steinbrenner


http://http://greatvalleypins.com/cgi-bin/merchant2/graphics/00000001/80UF019_L.jpg

I've heard Clark's opinions on Bill James and the falsehoods he put out last year on the "Bullpen by Committee".

The only thing Booth has "forgotten", is to retire.

Pedro's cuff
02-29-04, 07:38 PM
Your syllogism has a terribly flawed basic premise.
Are you ****ing serious? :lol:

Is that the first time Booth compiled a transcript of the conversations he and the voices in his head have?

Off to the glue factory for Dorchester's finest.

Isn't there a clock to tend to or something?

nufced1918
02-29-04, 09:55 PM
clock doing just fine

31217 days, 7 hours, 52 minutes, 45 seconds

Time since last RED SOX World Series victory in 1918!

http://forums.redsoxnation.net/uploads/av-1.jpg

Moose35
02-29-04, 11:32 PM
Frankly, I'll take Monk Mussina over Curt Schilling but I'll concede a draw, for the sake of argument.

:lol: :lol: @ Monk Mussina

YANKEE MAGIC
03-01-04, 05:36 AM
Originally posted by nufced1918


ND Clark has forgotten more about the Red Sox than most fans today know.

**** Johnson the co-author of both Red Sox Century and Yankees Century wrote in the Yankee volume that back in 1999 when Charles Schultz retired, he got thousands of letters begging for Charlie Brown to finally kick the football. He refused saying Charlie would cease to be if he did.

Johnson fears the same would happen to the Red Sox if we won.

I always thought Lucy's last name was Van Pelt, but it is obvious it is Steinbrenner



I wonder if Clark has forgot this date .....1918

Pedro's cuff
03-01-04, 06:09 AM
Originally posted by nufced1918
clock doing just fine

31217 days, 7 hours, 52 minutes, 45 seconds

Time since last RED SOX World Series victory in 1918!



You forgot to include the url.

NDBoston
03-01-04, 07:34 AM
Originally posted by Pedro's cuff



You forgot to include the url.

and the plea for donations.