Discussion in 'Red Sox Fan Forum' started by Stokes, Nov 17, 2006.
prove it where is the link?
I can give you a link to his stat sheet last season that shows he played in 146 games. Thats an awful lot of playing time for a quitter.
at least you finally admit hes a quiter
Hey, if playing in 146 games and being at his best down the stretch is what you consider being a quitter then fine.
I for one would be more than happy with him if he did that next season.
thats an awful alot of time to be on the dl.this p ussy even missed time for a stiff neck .
Huh, Damon must be a p ussy then too.
thats ugly :rocker:
I agree. And I said before that I think his injury history is a concern and thats one of the reasons I didn't want him to sign.
That still doesn't make him a quitter.
hes a quitter
No matter how many times you type it Drew won't magically become a quitter.
no matter how many times you type it drew wont stop being a quitter .once a quitter always a quitter .
Good to know. And considering that there is no evidence that suggests he was ever a quitter, there is no reason to assume that he will ever be one.
good to know because there is no evidence that drew isnt a quitter but there is plenty that he is a quitter .
And where is that dearth of evidence you speak of?
you already know you found some for me .
shocking to say the least.
You interpret "he did well for Atlanta and he did well for L.A. To me, that's a matter of maturity, and I'm sure he's understanding more and more what he's capable of doing" as "Drew is a quitter"? If there was really plenty of evidence that he was a quitter I'm sure that there would be something better than that.
But call Bill Mueller a liar if you want.
Is there a reason you keep on bringing that up? I completely agree with it.
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