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Joe in one article you said the old saying "You can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink" when referring to Burnett. I know how you feel about him but it looks like that stubborn horse might be trying to drink the water at long last.
Cashman said this a few days ago:
”It was good. Obviously he had the disappointing year. He knows that, we know that. Our job is to attack areas of weakness and he’s physically ready to go. I’ll give you one nugget, he called Larry Rothschild directly. We hired Larry Rothschild to be our pitching coach and the first phone call he received was from AJ Burnett” It reminded me of Robinson Cano years ago when he reached out to Larry Bowa and said ‘can you help me?’ So that was a good sign….Larry’s going to work with him, early in the winter and prior to Spring Training and work on some mechanical stuff and I think you’ll see an Burnett like the one we saw prior to this year.
Joseph, your article about Victor Martinez is wrong on so many accounts, and lacks a lot of "logical reasoning" that every journalist should employ before their fingers hit the keypads. The Tigers have made 2 excellent signings this offseason, with Martinez making sense on so many levels. Try not to let your personal feelings for sports teams curtail the articles and arguments you create. It shows a complete lack of professionalism.
Here's an AL East Roundtable featuring five writers representing each team
I've read some of your work on here and I've found you to be one of the more knowledgeable Yankee fans around. Please check out this recent article I wrote if you're interested...thanks, and have a good day
Thanks for the feedback Joseph. I will continue to work at becoming a better writer.
hey Joseph, I did a story on your Red Sox team drink, let me know what you think and if you would be interested in what I had to say
Keep up the great work! I can't wait to see what you have in store for us next article!!
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