Johnny Rotten
The scene this afternoon at the Red Sox minor league facility looked more like a rock concert than a sporting venue, and at no time did it more so than when Red Sox centerfielder Johnny Damon came out of the clubhouse and made his way to the field.
(Jim Davis / Boston Globe File)

And He Can Kiss That Standing Ovation in Boston Goodbye

Free Press: Damon Will Stay in Detroit | Detroit News: Damon Not Jumping Ship

"I think it sends the wrong message to say, 'Well, here's an opportunity to jump ship. I'm not going to do it, not to these guys. ... I love Detroit and I love the fans. The tough thing is, there's no guarantee where I'll be next year. As much as I'd love to be back here, that's something the team doesn't really decide until the offseason. And I'm OK with that." -- Johnny Integrity


Get Over It and Grow Up

May 1, 2006
(2006 BDD File Photo)

Are You Really Hurt About a Few Idiots at Fenway
That Can't Even Spell Traitor, Johnny?

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