Oh, man, Darren Oliver. He's our problem now. I think that even if Rocker and Everett become best friends, it will make for great TV, because the press will ask all the same questions we're asking. And those two guys love the press.
"I'm crazy, but I'm not crazy like that. I might want to have sex in a crazy place, but I'm not gonna rape somebody." "Iron" Mike Tyson
i thought it was too bad everett didn't work out better for the sox. i think he really wanted to win and last year it just got to be a bit more than his medication was able to handle. the one thing i don't recall ever hearing is him ever bad mouthing red sox fans, the city of boston, or blaming others for his bad season (*cough* clemens, boggs), but maybe i'm wrong.
Nah, adding 2 volatile personalities to an already in-trouble team will work great.
Yes, the Rangers are in some serious trouble. This won't be pretty. Maybe, if the Rangers are lucky, Rocker hits Everett in the face, knocking him out for the year, but only after Everett throws a bat at Rocker and shatters his leg. This will not be pretty, but it should be interesting, in a train-wreck sort of way.
I think that's the whole problem with a system that rewards a .500 team for not losing more than half their games played. Even by the criteria of exceeding expectations, except for Pena, I don't see how any of the AL's top 4 managers have done that.