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    Red Sox 7, White Sox 3:
    Keeping the momentum going…

    So the Sox took 2 out of 3 against one of the best teams in baseball, allowing them to resume sole possession of first base in the AL East, and putting them in VERY good position for the weekend series against the Skanks. Henry Owens struggled a bit again, only going 3 innings, although he […]

    Red Sox 4, Skanks 2,
    Red Sox 8, Skanks 0,
    Red Sox 8, Skanks 7:
    Sweep!

    Due to the fact that I live 3 hours from NYC, I am at a certain disadvantage when the Sox play the Skanks. Not only am I blacked out from most games (unless they are national), if I do luck out and they show a game on a local channel, I am subjected to YES, […]

    Red Sox 3, Braves 5:
    Clay Buchholz, Red Sox Stopper…

    Yes, stopper of momentum and all good things a baseball club wants and needs to be… So the Sox were doing well, running on all cylinders, stealing bases like mad (20 in 22 games–what is UP with that??) and in the midst of a nice 4-game winning streak. Yeah, it was Atlanta, who pretty much […]

    Red Sox 1, Atlanta 0:
    Ric-Porcello, Red Sox Staff Ace…

    Wait. What???? Yep. Ric Porcello is the holder of a 4-0 record with a 3.51 ERA. How does the rest of the staff match up? David Price 2-0, 7.06 ERA (Disappointing–and hopefully an aberration) That Clay Person 0-2, 6.33 ERA (Typical–for Buchholtz) Stephen Write 1-2, 1.40 ERA (Typical–for a knuckleballer) Joe Kelly (Pre-DL) 1-0, 9.35 […]

    April 18, 2016: Book Review:
    Petey Porcupine Rocks the Sox

    Written by Franklin Black, with Illustrations by Christy Little One of the bestĀ things about being a blogger is the ability to combine two of my passions: Reading and the Red Sox, allowing me the opportunity to review some of the great books out there, not only on the Red Sox, but on various aspects of […]

    Red Sox 0, Toronto 3: Happy Fenway Opening Day!

    While I would have liked the Sox to win yesterday’s contest as they had won the first two of the series, including an amazing come from behind win on Friday, complete with a Grand Slam from Brock-Star (His 1st of his career), as long as they win more than they lose, that is always a […]

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