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Love that you misspelled "Yoenis" when mentioning the inevitable misspellings. If it was a meta-joke, awesome. If it was unintentional, just as awesome. A friend says he will henceforth address him as "Yo, Enis!".

2 months, 3 weeks ago on Red Sox Sell Practically Everybody. And Drew.

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Nearly 1200 comments! Nice work, team. Common Ground was a blast. Keep an eye out for this shirt (and a shorter beard) at the parade... http://www.bradleysalmanac.com/images/ThorTiz.jpg

11 months, 4 weeks ago on World Series Game Six: All That You Can’t Leave Behind

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Alright, people. Heading to a nearby bar. I expect many, many more hundreds of comments here when I return.

11 months, 4 weeks ago on World Series Game Six: All That You Can’t Leave Behind

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Wow, Gomes. What a slide. F'in hero.

11 months, 4 weeks ago on World Series Game Six: All That You Can’t Leave Behind

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AWWWWWWWW YEAH!

11 months, 4 weeks ago on World Series Game Six: All That You Can’t Leave Behind

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Angrifying.

11 months, 4 weeks ago on World Series Game Six: All That You Can’t Leave Behind

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Good, good, good. Now dance around on that bag and mess with Wacka's brain.

11 months, 4 weeks ago on World Series Game Six: All That You Can’t Leave Behind

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Hell yes. A speedy little half inning. Let's go, boys.

11 months, 4 weeks ago on World Series Game Six: All That You Can’t Leave Behind

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Wow, that was one seriously sad at-bat. For him, at least.

11 months, 4 weeks ago on World Series Game Six: All That You Can’t Leave Behind

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They really are connecting with Lackey tonight. Need to get out of this and get him some run support stat.

11 months, 4 weeks ago on World Series Game Six: All That You Can’t Leave Behind

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This half inning's going by waaaaaay too fast. Make him work, Papi.

11 months, 4 weeks ago on World Series Game Six: All That You Can’t Leave Behind

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Get on base, Ells. Just get on base.

11 months, 4 weeks ago on World Series Game Six: All That You Can’t Leave Behind

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Alright, let's do this.

11 months, 4 weeks ago on World Series Game Six: All That You Can’t Leave Behind

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@Tex19 Scorpios unite. Mine's on Friday. A win would be an acceptable early present.

11 months, 4 weeks ago on World Series Game Six: All That You Can’t Leave Behind

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@PlanetLar Good to see you here, sir.

11 months, 4 weeks ago on World Series Game Six: All That You Can’t Leave Behind

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There are many reasons why we need to wrap this thing up tonight, instead of game seven. But foremost among them are these two words: Peavy tomorrow.

11 months, 4 weeks ago on World Series Game Six: All That You Can’t Leave Behind

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One of the Fox pre-game commentator clowns tried to hype "Lestergate!".... "I want to know what's in the glove!". He may have said it while laughing, but damn, it chapped my ass. Countdown until either Buck or McCarver brings it up?

12 months ago on World Series Game Five: Cry Havoc and Let Slip the Beards of War!

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Gomes in his post-game interview: "Well, we stayed away from throwing the ball down the third base line tonight."

12 months ago on World Series Game Four: Clay Buchholz and the Art of Subterfuge

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Where the HELL is our offense? If we lose this game, these boys should consider showing up tomorrow clean shaven. The mojo is missing.

12 months ago on World Series Game Four: Clay Buchholz and the Art of Subterfuge

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This is probably the only game I've ever watched where even when it's tied, I still feel like we're down by a couple of runs. If we come away with this, it will be a freakin' miracle.

12 months ago on World Series Game Three: On the Heels of a Loss, a Chance for Asskickery

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Alright, Salty really needs to just lose that sad mustache and embrace the full-on Amish neck-beard.

12 months ago on World Series Game Three: On the Heels of a Loss, a Chance for Asskickery

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Seriously. Let's put some men on base, and bring 'em home.

12 months ago on World Series Game Three: On the Heels of a Loss, a Chance for Asskickery

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With both Napoli and Gomes out of the lineup, we have a noticeable lack of beard power.

12 months ago on World Series Game Three: On the Heels of a Loss, a Chance for Asskickery

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After the last game Peavy pitched, he gave me no reason to believe he wouldn't serve up another plate of meatballs tonight. If we don't get to their pitcher in this next set of at-bats, it's going to be a looooong, painful night.

12 months ago on World Series Game Three: On the Heels of a Loss, a Chance for Asskickery

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If you're ever feeling down, just remember this night. And think of Fielder's belly flop. That should fix you right up.

1 year ago on The Red Sox’ Five Keys to Winning Game Six (Sober or Otherwise)

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Brutal. Just brutal. And nothing personal, but when Drew comes to the plate again, I'm going to have to leave the room.

1 year ago on The Red Sox’ Five Keys to Winning Game Six (Sober or Otherwise)

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@Jennie @Ben (02144) @bradleysalmanac Wow, that might be their quickest GIF-generation yet.

1 year ago on The Red Sox’ Five Keys to Winning Game Six (Sober or Otherwise)

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That was highly enjoyable. Someone at Deadspin is already making a GIF, no doubt.

1 year ago on The Red Sox’ Five Keys to Winning Game Six (Sober or Otherwise)

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The incessant babbling... it burns!

1 year, 4 months ago on The Real Deal

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I wasn't in a hatin' mood today, either... until Swisher's shit-eating grin and over-appreciation of his little home run there. Now, I'm not a violent man, but I'd pay a solid chunk of change to get one free punch at his painfully smug mug.

2 years, 2 months ago on It’s a Sad Day When I Can’t Muster Any Serious Yankees Hate

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Wait... wait... what is this feeling I'm having? It's vaguely familiar. I'm trying to put a name on it... hold on a second! Am I actually having FUN watching a Red Sox game?! Well, whaddya know.

2 years, 2 months ago on Following the Footsteps of Giants. Like Mark Bellhorn.

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Red, I know you weren't drinking when you wrote this post, but I sure as hell hope you're drinking now.

2 years, 2 months ago on Why the Red Sox Will Make the Playoffs. And, No, I Haven’t Been Drinking.

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That strikeout of the mulleted not-Wolverine made me ridiculously happy. Maybe too happy. I'll take it where I can get it.

2 years, 3 months ago on This Photo Is Not a Metaphor for the Red Sox’ Chances in the Second Half of the 2012 Season.

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Well, the beginning of this game is eerily familiar.

2 years, 3 months ago on Thank You, Sir! May I Have Another?

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It just struck me that there may be no greater insult than "Would have made a great Yankee".

2 years, 8 months ago on The All “Still Can’t Believe They Played at Fenway” Team

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