Loose Cannon

Loose Cannon

Dangerous Moose Is Still On the Loose in Seattle

(BDD Photo / NESN Screenshots)

It's Not That Safeco in Seattle for Sox
There's No Excuse for an Out-of-Control Motorized Moose
Does Someone Upstairs Have a Screw Loose?

Mangy Moose on an ATV Clips Coco
But the Sox' Great Catch in Center Runs Over M's in the End
Crisp Line: Two Doubles, Two Runs, Web Gem, RBI, and Near Miss
Sox Take Two of Three in Dome of Danger, Win 9-2

Sox Not Amused by Moose Mishap: "Why do crazy things like that always happen to me that you people always want to talk about? ...

"I'm not an angry person," Crisp said. "I'm not going to run over and go clothesline the guy. It was an accident. I'm sure he didn't mean to try and take me out. I was fortunate enough to react fast enough to get out of the way. There was no damage." ...

"I've never really gotten hit by a moving vehicle before, so now I can put that on my list of things I've survived. But that's really nothing compared to some things that are happening around the world." ...

"I didn't see my career flash before my eyes or anything. Actually, I was thinking of me being a billionaire," Crisp said, smiling at the thought of a lawsuit. "I probably could have made as much as somebody's wife divorcing a billionaire. But it was just a weird thing that happened." -- 8.5.07, Coco Crisp on the Moose that was hunting him down

Bring It On

Manny Ramirez #24 of the Boston Red Sox celebrates in the dugout by imitating a charging bull after hitting a solo homer in the fifth inning against the Seattle Mariners on August 5, 2007 at Safeco Field in Seattle, Washington. The Red Sox defeated the Mariners 9-2.

(Getty Images Photo / Otto Greule Jr.)

Manny Isn't Going to Take Any Bull from a Moose
And Nice to See Him Playing Fast and Loose All Weekend

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