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  • Archive for August, 2007

    The Battle of the Red and White Sox
    Part 1: Rained out…

    So after waiting for 2.5 hours for this game begin, the Sox (both sets) decided to go with a day/night doubleheader starting at 2:05pm today. But even that has the potential to be rained out, so it could get very interesting in the windy city this weekend… In a pretty shocking move (at least to […]

    Red Sox 2, Tampa Bay 1:
    With runners in scoring position: 1 for 10

    Runners left on base: 14…Freaking wonderful… I don’t know why I thought MAYBE things would change, that the Sox would start to hit in crucial spots, that they would not let opportunities to score slip away (like the bases loaded in the 3rd, with no outs, and only 1 run scored–on a Mike Lowell sac […]

    Red Sox 8, Tampa Bay 6:
    Picked up Another Game…

    With this win last night over Tampa Bay, and the Skankee spanking (18-9) by the Angels the magic number is now 32 and the lead in the AL East is 6…wish it was 60… Jon Lester was less than stellar last night, going 5 1/3 and giving up 5 runs on 4 hits (including 2 […]

    Red Sox 6, Tampa Bay 0:
    Now THIS is a baseball game!

    Tim Wakefield, despite the fact that he was without Doug Mirabelli (Kevin Cash filled in admirably, only having 1 passed ball the entire game) and the knuckler was dancing like a freak, pitched brilliantly, blanked the Devil Rays, going 7 strong and only giving up 4 hits, while walking 1 and striking out 5… he […]

    Red Sox 1, Angels 3:
    I Guess a split will have to do…

    Although it should have absolutely been at least 3 out of 4–if not a complete sweep. But, thanks again to the machinations of Eric Gagne and Julio Lugo (aka Julio the Useless), the Sox lost the nightcap of the doubleheader on Friday… Buy Clay Buchholtz did very well on Friday, getting his 1st major league […]

    Welcome to Red Sox Nation, Clay Buchholtz!

    164 strikeouts in 117 innings, 8-3 with a 2.15 ERA in 21 starts, 23 years old, compensation pick for Pedro Martinez signing with the Mets….From his former coach in the minors, Portland’s Mike Cather: “You’re talking about a guy that’s got a plus major league fastball, an average to plus major league two-seam, a plus […]

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