Nomaas.org rents the pages of Red Sox pitchers Curt Schilling and Josh Beckett, and enjoys posting petty, jealous advetisements about their respective abilities.
After the 2006 campaign, they listed Beckett's stat line for the year along with the comment "Ace."
After Beckett had his breakout, ALCS MVP-winning 2007, the post changed, to "It's Not A Blister!"
Clearly, they needed help.
And now, thanks to the wonders of the Internet, we can offer them assistence, from their website:
As some of you may be aware, we've been sponsoring pages on Baseball-Reference for several years. With the new baseball season right around the corner, we thought we'd do something a little bit different and let our loyal visitors write our sponsorship messages.
And, what two better players to help us with than Curt Schilling and Josh Beckett. We're not sure if Josh Beckett knows how to use the internet, but you know Curt Schilling does. That means that insecure blob will surely see whatever we put up there.
So here's the deal. We will select our favorite entry for each player and submit them to Baseball-Reference for publish on those pages. To participate, simply post your entries on the wall of our Facebook page. Post as many as you'd like. But, we won't submit anything to B-R that contains words your mother would be disappointed to hear. Keep it clever, not vulgar. Good luck in your quest to become internet immortals.
I'm going to offer this one regarding Schilling:
"Watching the Yanks lose the '01 Series: Priceless
Watching the Yanks blow a 3-0 lead in '04: Priceless
The ability to post comments about the weight of the guy who helped make those memories: $X (annually)."
I'm still working on a Beckett version.