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  • Archive for July, 2010

    Red Sox 7, Angels 3:
    A Desperately needed Sweep…

    Wow…what a difference 3 games makes–at least in spirit… Unfortunately, the Sox didn’t gain any ground in the standings–they are still 7 games back in the AL East, and 5 games back in the Wild Card… There are 60 games left to play. Can the Sox, as constructed, make up the deficit? Unless Theo does […]

    July 27, 2010:
    Jimmy Fund Telethon slated for August 19 & 20…

    This year’s Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon will take place at Fenway Park beginning Thursday, August 19 and running through Friday, August 20th. The 36 hour event, broadcast on WEEI and NESN, features compelling patient stories and celebrity guests, as well as emotional ceremonies prior to both Red Sox games during the two day period. In honor […]

    Red Sox 2, Seattle 4:
    The Beginning of the End for 2010?

    Caution:  Rant in Progress… Disclaimer:  I reallyREALLY don’t want to be one of “those” fans who is freaking out about the Red Sox… Tonight is the Sox 100th game of the season, and here is where they are: 11 games over .500 (.556 winning percentage) 8 games behind the Skanks, 5 behind Tampa Bay in […]

    Red Sox 8, Seattle 6, in 13 Innings:
    I guess I missed something….

    I managed to stay up until the 7th inning last night, and ya know what?  I did not even realize that John Lackey was that far into a no-no–albeit it a strange one: Milton Bradley walked, then stole 2nd base. A fielder’s choice got him to 3rd, and then Kevin Cash’s passed ball scored him […]

    Red Sox 4, Oakland 6:
    Well, this is SO not a good thing…

    OK, let’s recap. Since returning from the All -Star Break a week ago, the Sox have played 7 games–and have won 2, one in each series. They have not scored more than 4 runs in any contest since then. They are currently 7 games behind the Skanks in the AL East, and 4.5 games behind […]

    July 21, 2010:
    Midseason Report Card

    Here is a trivia question I encountered several years ago: What is the 1 day of the year when no sport is played? And the answer is (or was, don’t think it’s the case anymore): the Day after the All-Star Game… And since I started this on the only sport-less day (maybe) of the year, […]

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