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NOMAR GARCIAPARRA RUMORS

Nomar Garciaparra: Four Years a Hall of Famer

The Hall of Fame voting was revealed last week. Maybe you heard the shouting. There’s nothing that brings out some good internet shouting like the Baseball Hall of Fame. Pretty strange when you think about it. People don’t typically freak out over museums or old baseball players, but put them together and things get all crazy like a conversation about sandwiches on the internet up...
Via Fangraphs
January 11, 2016  |  Discuss

Nomar Garciaparra to leave ESPN, join Dodgers as announcer

Sam GalanisContributing WriterPhoto courtesy of ESPN MediaZoneThe Dodgers are launching a new team-owned sports channel in 2014, and they have a new announcer now, too. Nomar Garciaparra will be leaving his job as an ESPN analyst to be a commentator for the Dodgers.With his new job, Garciaparra is returning to his roots. “Nomah” may have been a longtime Red Sock, from 1996-2004,...
Via RedSoxLife
December 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Nomar Garciaparra Turns 40 Years Old Today

Nomar—Game 5 '03 ALCS (FenwayNation Photo)For those of us who saw the wiry young 22-year old play his first games at Fenway, it's hard to believe that Nomar Garciaparra is turning 40 years old today. For all the ups and downs he experienced here is Boston, he was a force to be reckoned with during his nine years in the Hub. In each of those years that he played more than 24 games...
Via FenwayNation
July 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Nomar Garciaparra drops incredibly underrated ‘Dumb and Dumber’ joke (Video)

Nomar Garciaparra went there. Things got so out of hand during the Red Sox-Yankees game on Wednesday night that Nomar felt a “Dumb and Dumber” joke was appropriate. After a number of players left the game for various reasons — including Dustin Pedroia whose wife presumably went into labor — the broadcast team began listing off all the reasons big names were either run from the game...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 13, 2012  |  Discuss

Nomar Garciaparra is Skeptical

Remember the Sports Illustrated piece where Carl Everett dispelled the notion that dinosaurs existed?"No one ever saw a Tyrannosaurus Rex" the then-Boston Red Sox outfielder told SI's Tom Verducci. And the bones? "Made by man" he said.Well, as it turns out...Everett isn't the only member of the 2000 Red Sox that can be classified (politely) as "skeptical".Enter Nomar Garciaparra...
Via Hall of Very Good
January 04, 2012  |  Discuss
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