Friday, May 12, 2006

Still sucks?

Does Mike still suck?. I don't know. You Red Sox fan tell me.

I just took back ownership of this blog (sorry David, you didn't do anything) but I'm not aware of how Mike is doing it now. I'm so pissed off with the Marlins that I decided to skip Baseball for this season.

I'm no longer interested in keeping this blog or the domain mikelowellsucks.com, thus the offer to give them away is still open.

However, conditions for transferring ownership still remain the same:
1. You have to prove everyone you're the right person for this job. I'll grant you access to do some guest posting and depending of it, me and/or your fellow Bostonians will decide if you qualify.

2. You must promise me, and more important, promise the Red Sox Nation you'll continue the work of this blog and you'll spread your hate against this sucker.

3. Finally and in case Mike Lowell gets traded to another team, you will do the same as I did and will transfer everything to one of the fans of the next unlucky team.

Write me to mikelowellsucks [at] gmail [dot] com only if you are really and seriously interested.


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Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Mike Lowell Proving Just How Terrible He Is

Mike Lowell has been proving to all of Red Sox Nation just how terrible a player he is and how he is not worth what they are paying him. In 43 AB this spring he is hitting 256 which is lower than all but 5 players with that many AB 3 of which won't even make the spring roster. He has hit 1 homer and Adam Stern, the Rookie Right Fielder has hit 3 and he played in the Classic! On the field, he hasn't gotten the chance to prove himself as he has appeared at 3B only 15 times but Billy Mueller could both field and hit at the same time. Sox fans will never forget the night that he hit 2 grandslams one from each side of the plate. He is the ONLY player in MLB history to do that. Lowell...well he pulled the hidden ball trick on someone last year which is a bush league play and doesn't make him look very good in the eyes of the opposing teams. Both the Red Sox website and the Boston Globe have covered his spring problems and I will be writing an article featuring some of those quotes as soon as I track them down. I am wondering why we of got this Marlins holdout who was only on the market because the Fish were having a firesale and getting rid of everyone that they didn't want including two other now Red Sox, Josh Beckett and Alex Gonzalez one of whom isn't healthy all the time so he could be on the DL sooner rathere than later and the other one hits worse than Lowell does. Lowell was included in the deal because the Sox wanted something else for Hanley Ramriez but because he was just a prospect, the Fish offered Lowell. Wake Up Sox Nation: HE WASN'T THE MAJOR PART OF THE DEAL HE WAS THE EQUIVALENT OF A PLAYER TO BE NAMED LATER OR CASH
More to come on Lowell after I find those quotes and after he starts playing when it counts but don't expect much of this guy. Theo, please call the Dodgers and see whether we can't trade him and a prospect for Mueller


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Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Next Boston's Public Enemy No. 1

Welcome Boston.com's readers to my humble blog, it's a big honor to have been featured by Eric Wilbur in his article.

Anyhow, Eric's expectant Mike Lowell would rebound, given he couldn't fall any lower... Well, let me put this clear in a way everybody understands it: He won't, because HE SUCKS!

Ok, it was right Red Sox signed him, because it was the only way they could get the amazing Josh Beckett. But don't waste your hopes expecting Lowell might be any better, because as Eric states, Mikey's fate is to become the next public enemy No. 1 in Red Sox Nation.
"Otherwise, the creator of the MikeLowellsucks.com blog has made it known that he will transfer ownership of the domain for free to one lucky member of Red Sox Nation."
The offer is still in effect, so hurry up Bostonians, this is a first come first served offer, and I'm sure after Mike's first appearance at the plate my inbox will be flooded with your requests.

Good luck next season. Go Red Sox.

UPDATE: Dear Red Sox Nation citizen, if you want to take ownership of this blog, the domain name and even the gmail account, write me to mikelowellsucks [a t] gmail [d o t] com for details.
Please be advised some conditions apply:
  1. You have to prove everyone you're the right person for this job. I'll grant you access to do some guest posting and depending of it, me and/or your fellow Bostonians will decide if you qualify.
  2. You must promise me, and more important, promise the Red Sox Nation you'll continue the work of this blog and you'll spread your hate against this sucker.
  3. Finally and in case Mike Lowell gets traded to another team, you will do the same as I did and will transfer everything to one of the fans of the next unlucky team.
Long life and a productive new season to the Boston Red Sox.


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Wednesday, November 23, 2005

It finally happened, Marlins got rid off Mike Lowell..!!!

It finally occurred, Marlins got rid off this (ex-steroid addict?) sucker, and Red Sox traded him for three prospects.

Well, it doesn't matter what we Marlins fans got in exchange for Mikey, to say three prospects, three sand bags or three packs of bubble gum. Anything they give us is worth more than him.

I'm not a follower of Red Sox's finances, but I guess they have a lot of spare cash that allows them such spending blunder.
Mike Lowell comes over as a $9 million liability for the 2006 and 2007 seasons (he is guaranteed $18 million). Lowell's production significantly dropped last year, when he hit .236 with 8 home runs and 58 RBIs. The previous 3 seasons he averaged just fewer than 28 home runs, 94 RBIs, and a .282 average. Interesting how the three-time All-Star's numbers dropped dramatically after Major League Baseball's original steroid policy came into play. Bostonist can only hope that the right handed hitter can utilize the Green Monster in left to bring him back to the prominence of the 2002-2004 seasons. Time will tell.
Anyhow it's not only all bad news for them, they also got one of the best pitchers in the game, for a really bargain price.
The 25-year-old Beckett, eligible for salary arbitration, is expected to earn between $4 million and $5 million next year and can become a free agent after the 2007 season.
Good luck Bostonians, you'll need it.

PS. Captain Fishtail, posted in the Sons of Sam Horn forum they put me out of business. He's right, now I'm out of the business of posting my hate for Mike Lowell. But don't worry, I'll probably be replaced very soon for a Red Sox (or Twins?) fan.

By the way, if someone wants to take over this blog, just write me to mikelowellsucks [at] gmail [dot] com. Also, I can transfer the ownership of the domain mikelowellsucks.com for free. All you need is to demonstrate you'll continue the hatred against this sucker.


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Monday, November 21, 2005

Twins Interested In Lowell?

It unbelievable there may be any team really interested in this sucker, without being imposed to a buy-one-good-f@ck-yourself-with-the-other kind of trade, like others teams are.
Word within baseball circles is that the Twins are trying to trade with the Florida Marlins for third baseman Mike Lowell.

The Twins, though, want the Marlins to pick up a good part of the $16 million that Lowell, 31, is guaranteed for the next two years. The Twins are expected to offer pitching (Kyle Lohse, J.C. Romero and/or Scott Baker) and could make a deal by the second week in December.
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Sunday, October 02, 2005

Season's Over

The season is over for the Marlins.

We woke up from the dream of what it could has been but it wasn't. And that's why the Marlins' management is going to shake the tree and a lot of people will fall down.
The off-season will speak... but these are my predictions. Farewell to:
  • Lowell
  • Gonzalez
  • Alfonseca
  • Mota
  • Villone
  • Encarnacion
  • Pierre
  • Moehler
Anyway, at the same moment Lowell leaves, this blog will cease to exist... all I can tell is so long Lowell, it's been a pleasure to.... nah, crap... f#ck you Lowell, I hate you... you are a shame of a player, it's been all your fault... die bastard... burn in hell...


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Monday, September 19, 2005

Incompetence

There is a saying in Spanish: "Tanto nadar, para morir en la orilla", which translates somewhat like "All that swimming, to end dying in the shore".

I feel deceived by the Marlins, not only Mike Lowell, he deceived me since the beginning of the season, but the whole team. How it's possible to end being such a bunch of incompetent losers.
"So that leaves us here today, this teal box full of hopes and dreams crushed by incompetence. From the manager to the would-be closer to the would-be traded, soon to be free agent starter to the center fielder, there is plenty of blame to go around. This is not a zombie movie, no return from the dead for revenge. As this box is lowered into the ground that is the 2005 MLB season, the Marlins tombstone will read as follows:

“Here lies incompetence.”"
F**k you Marlins, how you dare to fill us up with hope, and shatter it at the end.

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