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  • Archive for April, 2010

    April 30, 2010:
    Have I ever mentioned I hate off-days?

    I guess being a part-timer agrees with him. So far in 2010 Jason Varitek, who has started in 7 games, and come off the bench in 2 is hitting .323 with 8 RBI’s, 2 homers and 4 doubles. But anyone who gets the crazy-ass idea that he needs to be the regular guy again, especially […]

    Red Sox 2, Toronto 0:
    The Ace of Sox…

    Now, THAT is an Ace… Just 1 day after That Clay Person looked suspiciously like the Ace of the Boston Red Sox, another heir apparent emerges–or perhaps re-emerges is the better word. Jon Lester, who went into last night’s contest an abysmal 0-2 with a 6.23 ERA, got his 1st win of the season pitching […]

    Red Sox 2, Toronto 1:
    Rising to the occasion…

    On a day when the bullpen was running on empty after just about everyone pitched (5 relievers) in the slugfest the night before, and the bullpen worked 9 1/3 innings in the last 2 games, and the only backup pitcher the Sox called up was a starter with a 8.10 ERA in case they needed […]

    April 27, 2010:
    Tim Wakefield and Clay Buchholz Named Jimmy Fund Co-Captains

    Red Sox pitchers Tim Wakefield and Clay Buchholz have been named Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s Jimmy Fund Co-captains, serving as ambassadors for the Jimmy Fund to raise awareness and build support for cancer care and research at Dana-Farber. Their duties also include supporting some of the charity’s signature events throughout the year, visit adult and pediatric […]

    Red Sox 6, Oreos 7, in 10:
    Cannot Afford to Lose These Games…

    Yeah, the Sox won 2 out of 3 from the Cookies–Big Freakin Deal… They SHOULD be winning these games–and not just scraping by with 1 run either…every game this weekend was a squeaker–(4-3, 7-6, 6-7). It should not be this much work to beat a team with the worst record in all of baseball and […]

    Product Review:
    Fathead, Jr

    Just about everyone has seen the life-size pictures of their favorite sports icons, brought to you by Fathead, but, like me, you have probably never seen them in person. I recently had the chance to get up close and personal with my very own Fathead. John from Fathead/Smile.ly contacted me and asked me if I […]

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