Carl's Talk was Cheap

Carl's Talk Was Cheap

Carl Everett in Boston

(Boston Globe File Photo / Jim Davis)

Carl Everett, Wrong Again

"They will never win as long as the media and the fans are the way they are. Boston will never win. They will never bring a championship here until the fans and the media change."
-- 5.13.03, Carl Everett

More Everett Wisdom ...

"The people that are here, they know how they treated me. I've never had to answer that question directly. They know how they treated me. They know how they treat most people here. Boston is Boston. Boston I don't think will ever change. Boston has been this way for their players as far as media and fans. They always form an opinion from wherever it supposedly comes from and stick with it no matter what. That's why the teams here never win, because players get tired of it and they quit."

"They will never win as long as the media and the fans are the way they are. Boston will never win. They will never bring a championship here until the fans and the media change, and the media is not gonna change because it sells. It sells more than a world championship. That's the only reason why the fans keep coming out, because of that."

"I don't like this town. Boston is not a fun town for a person like me. That's why I asked out. They didn't get rid of me, I wanted to leave. I asked out and I got out." -- 5.13.03, Carl Everett to CBS4's Steve Burton

Boston Media and Sox Fans Will Meet Up with Carl in Chicago Tonight


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