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    Countdown to Red Sox Postseason:
    STILL more than 3 hours to go…

    So the Red Sox roster is just about finalized, and as always, there is room for discussion. The Sox have decided that Paul Byrd would be the 11th pitcher, and that MDC will be sitting this one out. Personally, I think this is a good choice. Obviously, Delcarmen cannot pitch in the condition he is […]

    Countdown to Red Sox Postseason 2009:
    How ’bout those TWINS?

    Holy buckets! Could they have squeezed any more drama and pathos out of that game last night? 12 innings, and the Twins squeeze out the winning hit to beat the reeling Tigers 6-5. What a way to kick off the postseason for the Twins, who are going to need it, as they never beat the […]

    The First Fall Classic: The Red Sox, The Giants, and the Cast of Players, Pugs, and Politicos who reinvented the World Series in 1912
    by Mike Vaccaro

    So, as we wait for the Red Sox to start their postseason journey either tomorrow or the next day, I knew I would need something to occupy my time–and what better than a book about the Red Sox and the 1912 World Series? Thankfully, the good folks at Doubleday sent along a copy of The […]

    Red Sox 12, Cleveland 7:
    Nothing like ending a season with a sweep…

    Am I the only one that is a bit concerned about That Clay Person? Another crappy outing, his 2nd in a row….Throwing 70 pitches, 41 for strikes, he only lasted 3 innings, giving up 6 runs on 5 hits (including a homer) while walking 2 and striking out 6. I guess we should be grateful […]

    Red Sox 3, Cleveland 0:
    Not sure what this is…

    Could it be???? Nah…. But maybe, just maybe, could the Sox have actually WON A GAME??? It’s been so freaking long, I forgot what a win felt like…and I actually had to search for my red marker to mark the game on my calendar… But, yes, they won this one, and behind excellent pitching by […]

    Red Sox 0, Toronto 12:
    6 Black Dots in a Row…

    I don’t even want to get into it: Suffice it to say: TIM WAKEFIELD SHOULD HAVE HAD HIS SURGERY 2 MONTHS AGO…was it really necessary to trot him out there for THIS? 3 innings, throwing 76 pitches 48 for strikes, giving up 5 runs on 7 hits (including 2 homers) while walking 2 and striking […]

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