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Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Because we have WAY too much time on our hands

The Boy and I were looking at his Fantasy Baseball teams tonight. Yes, teams. As in plural. Like 4 to start, with plans to build 8 this season. Fantasy sports is his life online. I blog, he spends way too much time building the perfect team. Teams that ultimately come in 11th or 12th in the league but who's counting? Um...

Anyhow, while were were looking through all the opposing teams we came up with a great contest, one I'd like all Red Sox fans to join in on. There are two main questions:

Which player will injured first?

Nomar Garciaparra
J.D. Drew

Which player's mother will get sick first, meaning the player has to miss the All Star Game?

Manny Ramirez
Pedro Martinez

Please leave your bets in the comments.


Winners of the first contest will either win a Drew or Garciaparra baseball card, depending on which one drops first.

Winners of the second contest will either get a Ramirez or Martinez baseball card, depending upon which mother ends up in the hospital with a 'mysterious and unconfirmed illness'.

Baseball cards courtesy of the Boy.

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