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  • Archive for June, 2011

    Red Sox 1, Phillies 2:
    Not the Expected Armageddon

    Well, with Big Papi playing 1st, Adrian Gonzalez playing Right, and John Lackey pitching, I expected this to be a massacre of epic proportions… Instead, it was a complete non event, the scoring was low, Lackey pitched a very good game, and even contributed the Sox only run of the contest (yes, you heard me.) […]

    June 29, 2011:
    Baseball Bloggers Alliance Names
    their 2011 All-Star Selections

    Outfielders Jose Bautista of the Toronto Blue Jays and Matt Kemp from the Los Angeles Dodgers led their respective leagues in balloting for Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game as conducted by members of the Baseball Bloggers Alliance (BBA) and announced today. Bautista, with an American League-leading 1.133 OPS to go along with his 24 home […]

    June 28, 2011:
    Beckett Bowl Slated for August 29th

    On Monday, August 29th at Lucky Strike Lanes in Boston, Josh Beckett will hold his 5th annual Beckett Bowl. Organized by the Josh Beckett Foundation, and benefiting the top pediatric Hospital in the Nation, Children’s Hospital Boston, Beckett Bowl will feature an impressive lineup of athletes and celebrities as well as local corporations and individuals […]

    Red Sox 4, Pittsburgh 2,
    Scraping Out a Win

    I know Pittsburgh is playing better baseball than they have in a very long time, but this is certainly no reason why the Sox should have lost 2 out of 3 against them–pretty much just like they should not have lost 2 out of 3 to San Diego.. But the losing streak has been snapped […]

    June 25, 2011:
    All-Star Ballots–the 2011 Version

    OK, so I finally sat down and decided to do my All-Star Voting for the 2011 campaign. I personally think the whole “Vote 25 times per e-mail address” is completely bogus–it just done so they can say that someone has 5 million votes or something–I guess the people who run these things think that sound […]

    Red Sox 4, Padres 5:
    Walk Machine, Thy Name is Aceves…

    I know that Josh Beckett had the stomach uckiness, and they Sox needed a spot starter. And from the 10,000 foot view, Alfredo Aceves did OK; he kept the Sox in the game, until Daniel Bard allowed one of Dan Wheeler’s inherited runners to score, giving him (Wheeler, not Bard) the loss. He gave the […]

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