Well, they're full of it.
Sure, the Sox don't spend as much as the Yankees, but 28 other teams in baseball see them as being cut from a similar cloth.
Woohoo. Pertinent content.
I continue to provide a poor impersonation of FJM after the jump. Come on along with me.
Dayn on our rotation:
His...oversight on Josh Beckett aside, he does point out that the Sox should have a much better rotation than last season. Answer to Rotation Question? Yes, much improved.
Dayn on our bullpen:
Dayn on our defense:
Dayn on our offense: (not a question originally implied, but let's hear it)
Dayn sums it up:
Dayn pisses me off: (if you've been following along with the article, you'll already know what pissed me off)
I've been public in my point that the Yankees are the AL East champions until we take it from them, but assuming that people will take it on faith that the 2007 version is simply the better team is ludicrous and/or bad writing. He admits that the Sox have improved in every aspect of the game (run prevention, offensive production), but can't admit that the Red Sox have as good a shot at the AL East crown this season as any year in recent memory.
Dayn Perry should...
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...get a job working with Michael Kay on the YES network.
...at least write a column detailing why the Yankees are 'simply the better team".
...ask Tim McCarver for tips on being a beloved and respected sportscaster.
...all of the above.