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  • Archive for September, 2009

    Red Sox 7, Toronto: SIX. HOME. RUNS.

    Ya know when the last time Red Sox pitching gave up 6 homers? I’ll tell you: on August 6th, 2004, the Tigers hit 7 against the Sox… That Clay Person gave up the 1st 5 homers, with a line that is reminiscent of 2008 for him: 5 innings, throwing 79 pitches (56 for strikes) giving […]

    Red Sox 5, Toronto 11–In 7 Innings:
    From 27-11 to 2-6–including 4 losses in a row…

    Well, at least the Magic # is down to 1… So, are the Red Sox going to make any effort to clinch the Wild Card by winning? Or, are they just going to wait until the Rangers lose another game, thereby securing their 6th appearance in the post season in the last 7 years… I […]

    Red Sox 2, Skanks 4:
    A Complete and Utter Waste…

    The Sox went to the Stadium on Friday, with a Magic # of 3–and left the Stadium with a Magic # of 3–the only reason the Sox are currently at #2, is Tampa Bay made a great comeback in their game yesterday, beating the Texas Rangers…. So, after beating the Skanks EIGHT TIMES IN A […]

    Red Sox 10, KC 3:
    3…Is a Magic Number…

    After beating KC with such ease the last 2 nights, it’s kinda baffling as to why we lost the 1st 2 games. OK, Zack Greinke is probably going to win the Cy Young this year (and was inexplicably ejected from the game in the 2nd inning last night for yelling crap from the dugout…) but […]

    Red Sox 9, KC 2:
    3 Tries and the 1st 2 Don’t Count…

    …But unfortunately, they do. And, at this time of year, they seem to count even more. It’s the time of year where you start kicking yourself for those stupid losses (That one against Baltimore, and Monday’s night games against KC come to mind) What exactly is a “gutsy” performance? Josh Beckett’s performance last night was […]

    Red Sox 1, KC 5:
    More of the Same…

    While Paul Byrd gave up 5 runs in the 1st inning, he completely settled down, and gave the Sox 5 2/3 scoreless innings after that–and on most days, that would keep the Sox in the game, and give them the chance to win. But not when it’s opposite Cy Young Candidate Zack Greinke, who pitched […]

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