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  • Archive for July, 2008

    Red Sox 2, Angels 9:
    I don’t even know where to begin…

    I have been a Red Sox fan since 1982, a very rabid one since 1999, and a writer of a Red Sox Blog since 2006. And never ONCE, even with all the crazy permutations of this team in the past, been so flummoxed at what is going on with this team… I don’t even know […]

    Red Sox 2, Angels 6:
    A Loss I will Gladly Take…

    ..It was the 1st no-hitter at Fenway against the Sox since 1958 that would have been tougher to swallow… Does anyone now the best place to send something to Dustin Pedroia? I wanted to send a fruit basket or something, since he saved the Sox bacon last night, breaking up John Lackey’s (John LACKEY!!!!) no-hitter […]

    Red Sox 5, Angels 7:
    Guess 2 Quality Starts in a Row…

    …From Daisuke was a BIT too much too much to ask for huh? After his very good start last week of I guess I was expecting that perhaps he had found the groove that eluded him. Yeah, right, think again… Last night’s line? 5+ (including FIVE BATTERS in the 6th–without getting an out…), throwing 91 […]

    Red Sox 9, Skankees 2:
    One hell of a weekend…

    Well, I was right when I said each team would win one–but as far as the Sox winning two of the 3–not so much. Although I do believe that the Sox had NO business losing the game on Friday night–there always seems to be at least ONE of those fricken games–a 1 run loss, or […]

    July 25, 2008:
    Boston Red Thoughts…

    Waiting for the Sox and Skankee Series to start–you know the one they are billing as bigger that the 2004 and 2003 ALCS’s combined? Thought I would just muse on some stuff: 199 AL players were polled in the June 28 Sports Illustrated issue. The question? “Who will be MVP of your League?” And their […]

    Red Sox 6, Seattle 3:
    Desperately Needed Road Sweep…

    While the box score and the pitching lines will not reflect it–this was a much more tense game than meets the eye. Clay Buchholtz, throwing 99 pitches (63 for strikes) and going only 5.1 innings and giving up 3 runs on 7 hits (including 2 homers), while walking 2 and striking out 7. As always, […]

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