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May 25, 2011

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Lauren

Yikes. Despite some poor outings, he's one of those players I've always liked. He just has a quality about him...
But those poor outings have started to add up...
With the recent injury... what CAN we do?

Bob

You hit the nail right on the head. The dreaded "sources" quotes are the beginning of the end. However, in this case I don't think they need it--DK did all the smearing needed all on his own.

John

Dice-K had that really good 18-3 season, but then the next spring (I think) was the World Series of Countries. Dice-K was great for Japan, but never again pitched well for the Sox. Just like Mike Timlin did something to his arm, pitching too much, too early in the spring. I think maybe if there hadn't been that Spring competition among countries, Dice-K might have lived up to his billing and salary.

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