This week’s Metro column, in which I ponder the banality of evil and the Roger Clemens signing, in light of the fact that so many Sox fans seem to want A-Rod on the team next year. How quickly we forget.

Gettin' slappy

This man? They want this man on the Boston Red Sox? I just threw up a little in my mouth.

21 Responses to “You can keep ’em.”

  1. Paul Moro says:

    Let’s see, Red Sox players who went on to become successful Yankees:

    Babe Ruth

    Roger Clemens

    Wade Boggs

    Johnny Damon

    Sparky Lyle

    Tom Gordon

    Yankees players who went on to become successful Red Sox:

    Mike Stanley

    That is all.

    And Stanley wasn’t even that good. The list of washed up Yankees who played for the Red Sox:

    Rickey Henderson

    David Cone

    David Wells

    Elston Howard

    Don Baylor

    Rick Cerrone


    That list is much much longer.

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