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    Peter Gammons had a chat session with fans today; here's the transcript, for those who are interested in his take on events past and future.

    Gammons Chat Transcript
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    SoxGurl007 Q: Peter, how many games do you think the Sox will win this year?

    Peter: A: The Sox should be good for 150 - 155 wins this year. Schilling has returned to form should win at least 32 games. Also look for Ortiz to slug about 95 home runs and Manny to drive in 225. The moves the front office made this off season are nothing short of brilliant.

    Peter Gammons is the biggest homer in the ESPN era!

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    • #3
      hey Kilroy...you are becoming quite annoying.

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      • #4
        As always, Gammons is interesting.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Kilroy
          SoxGurl007 Q: Peter, how many games do you think the Sox will win this year?

          Peter: A: The Sox should be good for 150 - 155 wins this year. Schilling has returned to form should win at least 32 games. Also look for Ortiz to slug about 95 home runs and Manny to drive in 225. The moves the front office made this off season are nothing short of brilliant.

          Peter Gammons is the biggest homer in the ESPN era!
          I'm not seeing much improvement in the quality of your posts in this forum. Please refrain from trolling.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by KCGHOST
            As always, Gammons is interesting.

            for sure..
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            • #7
              So I start reading the transcript, and right off the bat, Peter says this about Alex Cora in regards to interest by the Mets (in exchange for Kaz Matsui):

              The Mets would love to do it but the Red Sox love Alex Cora, the manager agrees with Paul Lo Duca that he is the smartest player in the game. Matsui is a huge question mark. The Mets throw everything out there, so I'm sure they tried.
              Can someone explain to me why on Earth Alex Cora is so coveted by anyone, let alone two teams? He's a career .244 hitter, with almost no power, does not take any walks, has little speed, and is below average in the field. This is a guy that makes Tony Womack look like a good player, and yet at least two teams covet him? I don't get it...
              Last edited by DoubleX; 01-05-2006, 07:37 PM.

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              • #8
                If he is the smartest player in the game then why don't they teach him how to play either SS or CF?

                Does Peter Gammons have any obligation to inflate our players value, and diminish other teams players value?
                "He's tougher than a railroad sandwich."
                "You'se Got The Eye Of An Eagle."

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