View Full Version : Possible '05 Playoffs/World Series Book Titles...

12-16-2005, 09:50 AM
I was just reading my latest issue of SI(a benefit of the WS package) and noticed that there are almost a dozen books chronicalling the 2004 World Series Championship Red Sox(most notably Idiot by Mr Damon). Can't wait to see the slew of books that come out as a result of the '05 series.

Here are some suggestions:

I Caught The Ball. The Life and Times of a Journeyman Catcher.
By Josh Paul.

Make a Fortune In Your Jersey. Tips on Mastering the Stock Market At Your Day Job.
By The White Sox Bullpen.

My Silver Medal.
By Craig Biggio.

I'm Not Crazy, I'm Just Not You : The Real Meaning of the Sixteen Personality Types.
By Carl Everett & Roger Pearman.

George Foreman Ain't Got Nothing On Me! A Carnivore's Recipe Book.
By Bobby Jenks


12-16-2005, 01:37 PM
Here's one for 2006:

Been there. Going to do it again or die trying.

12-16-2005, 01:38 PM
I have a feeling our Sox aren't media whores.

Baby Fisk
12-16-2005, 02:16 PM
I Ain't Got Time For Reed: World Champion General Manager Ken Williams Looks Back on Controversial Trades That Earned Him Scorn and Derision From Moneyball Wankers and WSI Posters Named Jeremy.

12-16-2005, 02:16 PM
The Outcasts: Tale of the 2005 White Sox
by....... George Lucas....?

I think that is the perfect nickname for the 2005 White Sox.

Think about it, we had the following characters...
The Problem-Child, A.J. Perzynski
The Journyman with Wheels, Scott Podsednik
The Hollywood Set-Up Man, Neal Cotts
The Human-Torch, Bobby Jenks
The Unknown Star from the Rising Sun, Tadahito Iguchi
The Crazy Cubans, Jose Contreras and Orlando Hernandez
The Injury-Proned Scarface, Jermaine Dye
The SoCal Cool, Jon Garland
The Venezuelan Soundboard, Ozzie Guillen
The Three Stooges, Aaron Rowand, Joe Crede, and AJ Pierzynski
The Rock, Freddy Garcia
The Rock... with Wheels, Tim Raines
The Fantastic Four, Buehrle, Garland, Contreras, and Garcia
Group Four, Willie Harris, Geoff Blum, Timo Perez, and Pablo Ozuna

Come to think of it, we seem more like Superheroes rather than outcasts....