Another One Bites the Dust?

Another One Bites the Dust?

Red Sox Playoff Stars Derek Lowe, Johnny Damon, and Trot Nixon

(2003, AP Photo)

Are These Nixon's Final Days at Fenway?
Like Most of Our Stars from '03-'04,
Trot Could Be Out the Door

Theo and John Henry May Let Trot Lead Another Team to the Playoffs Next Season Following in the Large Footsteps of Derek Lowe, Johnny Damon, Pedro Martinez, Nomar Garciaparra, Dave Roberts,
and the Rest of the Departed

"I just can't imagine [Trot] playing for somebody else, it's just not something I can see. I don't have the ability to... like the whole seeing your grandmother naked thing, you don't want to picture it. I can't picture it.

"I don't know what they're gonna do in Trot's situation. I know I enjoy playing with the guy and I hope he's a teammate, but I'm not gonna say one way or the other because they have to do what they have to do." -- 9.19.06, Curt Schilling on WEEI's Dennis and Callahan show

Schill Still Thinks Henry Will Spend a Bundle This Winter

"I'm hearing things, and talking to people, just the feeling I get is there's gonna be a little different landscape here in how they operate this winter... in a sense if you don't kinda ignore that [payroll] threshold and you spend a little more openly, playing in a division with the Yankees is going to leave you with a severe disadvantage and I just think it's going to be a little bit different this winter." -- 9.19.06, Curt Schilling on WEEI's Dennis and Callahan show

Globe: Schilling Believes Team Will Spare No Expense in '07
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