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 Post subject: Re: Pirates record without Moss in the lineup?
PostPosted: Fri Jun 19, 2009 11:24 am 
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If you believe Moss is one of the Team's top prospects you are sadly informed.
I typed that kind of slow, but maybe not slow enough for you.
Moss is nothing more than a throw in from that trade now. Of course at the time, the team had higher expectations for him, but i am sure they realize now, after seeing him fail miserably, he won't amount to anything.
How come you can't see that?.
I think you are the slow one here, it certainly is not me.


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Man, some of you guys are so ready to dismiss a young player. Mclouth was never a top prospect either. It's a safe bet that you reacted the same way to Mclouth when he first came up. I don't see why Adam Laroche is getting a free pass from you guys. Just because he is a vet who complains about upper management he gets a free pass from the guys who hate upper management. But no, it's Moss' fault. If the vets like LaRoche and Mclouth couldn't hit better than .250 I don't know why Moss is expected to do so much better than that. The guy's a rookie, give him time. You guys act like he should be killing the ball in his first season. Weird.


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 Post subject: Re: Pirates record without Moss in the lineup?
PostPosted: Fri Jun 19, 2009 6:10 pm 
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JimY wrote:
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If you believe Moss is one of the Team's top prospects you are sadly informed.
I typed that kind of slow, but maybe not slow enough for you.
Moss is nothing more than a throw in from that trade now. Of course at the time, the team had higher expectations for him, but i am sure they realize now, after seeing him fail miserably, he won't amount to anything.
How come you can't see that?.
I think you are the slow one here, it certainly is not me.


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Man, some of you guys are so ready to dismiss a young player. Mclouth was never a top prospect either. It's a safe bet that you reacted the same way to Mclouth when he first came up. I don't see why Adam Laroche is getting a free pass from you guys. Just because he is a vet who complains about upper management he gets a free pass from the guys who hate upper management. But no, it's Moss' fault. If the vets like LaRoche and Mclouth couldn't hit better than .250 I don't know why Moss is expected to do so much better than that. The guy's a rookie, give him time. You guys act like he should be killing the ball in his first season. Weird.


Not Me Jimy. I think the guy needs to be given a chance. It's not like the Bucs are heading to the World Series. I would hate to give up on a guy and have him be successful elsewhere!

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 Post subject: Re: Pirates record without Moss in the lineup?
PostPosted: Fri Jun 19, 2009 6:16 pm 
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JimY wrote:
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If you believe Moss is one of the Team's top prospects you are sadly informed.
I typed that kind of slow, but maybe not slow enough for you.
Moss is nothing more than a throw in from that trade now. Of course at the time, the team had higher expectations for him, but i am sure they realize now, after seeing him fail miserably, he won't amount to anything.
How come you can't see that?.
I think you are the slow one here, it certainly is not me.


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Man, some of you guys are so ready to dismiss a young player. Mclouth was never a top prospect either. It's a safe bet that you reacted the same way to Mclouth when he first came up. I don't see why Adam Laroche is getting a free pass from you guys. Just because he is a vet who complains about upper management he gets a free pass from the guys who hate upper management. But no, it's Moss' fault. If the vets like LaRoche and Mclouth couldn't hit better than .250 I don't know why Moss is expected to do so much better than that. The guy's a rookie, give him time. You guys act like he should be killing the ball in his first season. Weird.


Not Me Jimy. I think the guy needs to be given a chance. It's not like the Bucs are heading to the World Series. I would hate to give up on a guy and have him be successful elsewhere!


I really hope we don't give up on Moss, because i do think he will have success in his career. I just hope it is with us.


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 Post subject: Re: Pirates record without Moss in the lineup?
PostPosted: Fri Jun 19, 2009 6:49 pm 
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I really hope we don't give up on Moss, ...

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