Dan Gould

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  • Birthday 09/14/1965

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  1. MLB 2018: let the games begin!

    It's the only hope for Sox fans to have an equalizer on the pitching staffs!
  2. MLB 2018: let the games begin!

    I don't think the Brewers are as great as they've been playing but it hardly matters since its October baseball. I just think its sucks that the Cubs had it in their hands, gave it away, and that has gone a long way to help their chances since they have home field until the Series. and I will say this - two dome stadiums in the Series would suck, if its Astros vs Brewers. Pitchers licking their fingers and trying to execute pitches in the cold is what it's all about. Short-sleeves - don't think so.
  3. MLB 2018: let the games begin!

    If there's a weak link in the Astros rotation its Keuchel at 12-11, 3.74 era so the Sox need to get fully untracked with the bats. After that it's Morton, and after that no one knows if Sale is even up for a rematch against Verlander that, if they win one of the first two, will determine if they go to Fenway needing to win one, or if it's do-or-die.
  4. Jimmy McGriff Live 1965

    Analogies don't use the term "literally," dude.
  5. Jimmy McGriff Live 1965

    I call BS. But maybe clubs would do well to bring back the 'milk bar' area set aside for minors who want to hear the music.
  6. MLB 2018: let the games begin!

    Cannot happen soon enough that he becomes somebody else's headache. And Brad I have to say you were right when you opined that Kinsler is mostly done. At the time of the trade he was lacing some doubles and I figured Fenway could only help him find more of a power stroke. Instead I don't think he's hit a homer as a Red Sox and he looked overmatched, embarrassingly so, last night, and in other games against anyone with a lively fastball. He can still field, work a walk, and steal a base. But he should have trouble finding work for next season unless its as a pinch-runner and defensive replacement. So they move on to Houston but leave Sale behind in the hospital for some sort of stomach issue. Great. OTOH usually your 3 and 4 starters are the ones you worry about, but Eovaldi and Porcello are the only ones worth a shit. So maybe they send it back to Boston.
  7. Post a pic

    Here's Angel and Angel with her mom Windy. We think we have a buyer for Angel but it will be tough to see her go since she's so sweet-natured.
  8. Jazz Club USA

    Funny someone just sent me over the weekend a listing from the Paley Center that they have what I would think is the same, but its under the title Stars in Jazz: https://www.paleycenter.org/collection/item/?q=horace+silver&f=all&c=all&advanced=1&p=1&item=R89:0101
  9. MLB 2018: let the games begin!

    every disastrous thing I've predicted came true in Game 1. If Price doesn't grow a pair tonight the Champs will make the other team chumps in very short order.
  10. Arbors New Releases

    Sounds like Houston is on all tracks, too. Cool. And he's local to me - but I don't even know where he'd be able to gig in Piniellas or Hillsborough counties.
  11. Arbors New Releases

    And Arbors sells for $10 a pop. The McKenna is already listed I wonder if they are selling before official release; the other one, which I am more intrigued by, isn't up yet. But it looks like this young trumpeter got Houston Person's Highnote studio band for his record. I'll probably get it soon, sooner if Houston is on all tracks.
  12. MLB 2018: let the games begin!

    I don't think there's a dollar loss there. He's got two years more as arbitration-eligible. But he's probably damaged his rep enough that he's only going to be worth a couple of low level prospects. Or watch the Rays pick him up, if the Yankees DFA him, and then he tortures them as an "opener".
  13. MLB 2018: let the games begin!

    Hey things are looking up Yankee fans. Cashman said that a change of scenery would be good for Sonny Gray and good for the Yankees. Will they get one bag of balls or two, now that they've declared their intentions? Anyway, addition by subtraction, I guess. Who was that pitcher in the 80s who couldn't hack it in NY but was pretty good elsewhere? I have no memory anymore ... Ed Whitson?
  14. Frank Sinatra

    For me that song begins and ends with Hartman and Trane.