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  • Archive for August, 2010

    Red Sox 2 Angels 7:
    Click Click Boom…

    Yes, that is a song I heard over the weekend, played by my friend’s band but that is also the sound of the 2010 Boston Red Sox exploding into nothingness… Click. Click. Boom. Yeah, Josh Beckett went 5 shutout innings–before giving up 4 runs in the 6th, including a 3 run shot to freaking Matsui…OK, […]

    Red Sox 7, Angles 5:
    Saving his bacon…

    THIS one he managed to save…Not the brilliant John Lackey outing (8+IP with 3 runs on 8 hits while walking 1 and striking out 4) of last week, but this ugly and labored outing that Lackey ONLY won because the Angels’ bullpen melted down the in 7th, and allowed 2 runs to score as a […]

    August 17, 2010:
    Live Baseball Chat

    Live Chat Concepts is a new company who recently developed technology allowing online chatting by large groups of people, all while watching a live event on TV. While this application obviously has endless uses, (certainly would have been cool for the last episode of “Lost”) one of the first “destination websites” is one that would […]

    Red Sox 3, Rangers 7:
    9 reasons…

    For just about every road trip/homestand/series/game in the last 2-3 months or so, we have all been saying “This is the true test of the Boston Red Sox–What they do on this road trip/homestand or in this series/game will be the true test of their mettle, and whether or not they have what it takes […]

    Red Sox 5, Toronto 6:
    Six…Blown…Saves…

    Ya know–I though we were past all of this blown save nonsense–apparently not. And its not even a blown save you can understand–like the bases loaded and the winning run is given up on an error, or a strange bunt or something like that…OK, truth be told, there ARE no blown saves I can understand–but […]

    Red Sox 7, Toronto 5:
    I. Love. Mike. Lowell.

    Daisuke was….Daisuke last night: 110 pitches, 71 for strikes, and only going 5 2/3 innings, giving up 4 runs on 6 hits (including TWO homers) while walking 3 and striking out 7…good thing I did not watch, as I was all out of Daisuke Daiquiris and did not get the chance to make any…..I guess […]

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