Mar
05

ESPN attempts to broaden Red Sox coverage; realigns divisions

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16 Comments»

  1. Manimal says:

    Dumb asses.

  2. barry says:

    LMAO, its just getting more and more amazing. Even today when i was watching the game i got tired of kay and they were making fun of Hank and they were talking about the Yankees rotation and said that hughes was questionable regarding what he would amount to.

  3. Ben K. says:

    Oh yeah! AL CENTRAL CHAMPIONS 2008. Here we come.

  4. Rob says:

    HA! i regret the day i ordered espn insider. AL central champions. D@mn straight.

  5. dan says:

    The Indians will make it a tough decision for Sabathia to go to an in-division rival next off-season. That’s the reason they couldn’t get Santana– the Twins wanted him out of the division.

  6. brockdc says:

    Ben,

    Is it too early to get those shirts made up?

  7. Freddy says:

    Whats even dumber is that people actually voted for that option.

  8. E-ROC says:

    The order of the options to vote is rather interesting. It goes from negative to positive in descending order. I just thought that was interesting.

  9. Mike P says:

    It’s a really bad poll. From the question and answers, 16% think the Yanks will be american league champions, not 6%.

  10. LiveFromNewYork says:

    It also adds up to 101% but the best part is the Central Division champion. Apparently they are just going to award that to us.

    SWEET.

  11. samiamsports says:

    it befudles me how stupid bostonians can be

  12. Dylan says:

    I think the AL Central title is really gonna be a three horse race between The Diamondbacks, the Yankees, and the Dallas Mavericks. Where is that option ESPN?

  13. pounder says:

    Dylan, how can you omit Manchester United,or Queens Park Rangers?

  14. Dylan says:

    Manchester United has a damn good lineup, I’ll give you that. But I don’t see that rotation holding up. As far as the Queens Park Rangers, I thought they were in the AFC conference of MLB..

  15. soxfan says:

    In reality, the odds of the Yanks winning the AL Central are the same as for them winning the AL East. So the two are really interchangeable. ;-)

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