Originally Posted by A. Cavatica
It's not because we care about JR's profits, it's because we've seen them make bad long-term investments in expensive veterans and then whine about not having cash to spend.
If Abreu lives up to his billing, it's a great investment, but we said that about Dunn and Peavy and Rios and Danks.
Using that line of thinking then the Sox should never try to make a big signing and excuse it because of the risk they don't live up to their billing. Would that make us happy?