Sometimes I wish newspapers could

Sometimes I wish newspapers could trade columnists like teams trade players. I wonder if the Globe and Washington Post could work out a trade of Tony Kornheiser for Dan Shaughnessy and an intern to be named later. Kornheiser wishes D.C. had divas like Pedro, while Dan is determined to chase them out of town.

Listening to Pete Sheppard’s comments today to open the Big Show was an event that had to be heard to be appreciated. Instead of addressing his own remarks, his defense is that Lucchino was wrong, he wasn’t hosting that day, Ordway was. Then Pete said all the remarks on the show were made in fun, and “tongue in cheek”. He added that his own comments were the mildest of all the participants of the show, and that he really didn’t say too much during that two hour segment.

John Molori weighs in on the Boston media negativity. He’s speaking mostly on the Kevin Millar MLB.com column from last week, but most of it applies to the Pedro situation as well.

Random Quote

You guys called us old, over. I read some of your pathetic articles and some of your lousy analysis. It’s opinion and obviously you don’t know what drives us. We thank y’all for those articles, appreciate it because it lit a fire under us. One of the hardest things I’ve always said in this league is to create chemistry.

— Kevin Garnett, 4/18/12