I do not see his name on this years roster.OutOfState wrote:His Twitter still shows MD. I’m not doubting this but I have not seen anything from him personally saying he left MD. Maybe I missed it. Yesterday was the first day of camp so was he definitely not there? If he wasn’t then that would be confirmation.
I agree he would be a great addition to any team. He has very good instincts.
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GONE, GONE, GONE!
Its a pattern , that most likely will carry over into their adult life.
hit the lights
For the most part, I have agreed with the players decision to transfer. Very rarely have I been left scratching my head and wondering why they made that move.
My god. Please tell me you’re joking.KuppRunneth wrote:I disagree. I dont feel like this is the type of pattern that will carry over to adult life.
The examples of such abound.
Are you blind or just ignorant?
Are you a father?
A dumbfounding statement, the ignorance of such I can’t fathom.
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Yeah, I've heard the same thing about parents going to job interviews and calling their kids' bosses. Crazy.
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DeMatha is a perennial national contender, and even if they haven’t brought in the same type of talent since January, they will not be afraid of Bosco.
Of course, per SJB “insiders,” none of the Braves’ free agents will matter, they are all mediocre and were recruited for “depth.” We shall see about that ...
Correct me if i'm wrong, but I believe MD is returning more talent, starters from last season than Bosco is right?