November 1, 2012
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You're welcome, Sammy!
That's it! You're weak! So you want me to believe that the intention in your juvenile article was to only compare the Giants with the Yankees? And you call yourself an analyst?! You couldn't analyze a Little League game, let alone the World Series. And since my original comments were completely factual, the only recourse you could take was your weak ass attempt to insult me. Ahahahahhahah! That's rich. If you want to be a writer when you grow up, you need to do your homework, you weak ass bitch! Keep coming at me Makki... I'll shove every attempt you make right up your can... Try me
Regarding your latest article entitled "San Francisco Giants Prove Huge Payroll Not Needed to Win Championships" - Just what the hell are you talking about? Did you even take the time to fact check your claims?
The Giants Payroll for 2012 is $117,936,667 good for Seventh place on the list of the "Haves" Just 1.5 million behind their opponent in this Series, and ahead of 23 other teams!
If you want to make a case for teams that do it the hard way, look no further then right across the Bay to the 2012 West Division Champs Oakland A's, who overcame the huge payrolls of the Angels & Rangers, and also had Baseball's smallest payroll once again with a laughable $49,137,500.
How about them Jets?
Hey Sammy I was wondering if I could have you on The Chris Gros Show at WKTN Knightcast, UCF's Student run radio program for an on-air interview concerning the Jet's offseason plans and draft strategy this Friday anywhere from 2-4. Email me back at CGrosUCF@knights.ucf.edu. Thank you and sorry for the short notice.
Hi, the bleacher report fantasy baseball league is looking for players. If you want to play send me your email and I will send you a invite. First come first serve
Check out why I think replacing Randy Moss with Deion Branch has made the Patriots even more dangerous...especially for the Jets.
Another Jets collapse: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/536733-deja-vu-all-over-again-same-old-jets-set-for-another-end-of-the-year-meltdown
Greatest Jets comebacks in recent memory. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/523788-greatest-new-york-jets-comeback-victories-in-recent-memory