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    Book Review: I Don’t Care if We Never Get Back,
    by Ben Blatt and Eric Brewster

    We all have that one friend. The one we would follow to the end of the earth on whatever crazy scheme or adventure they came up with. Even though you promised after the park bench in Poughkeepsie incident (don’t ask), you would never, EVER, again, somehow they always seem to get you to agree to […]

    Red Sox 6, Oreos 7, in 12:
    Well, at least they got one…

    Holy hell… And I don’t mean the one win the Sox have managed to eke out in six games into this 10-game homestand. ONE. WIN. What I was talking about was that Jon Lester is the ONLY Red Sox player that was selected to be part of the All-Star Game. It is also expected that […]

    Red Sox 1, Cubs 2: One. FRACKING. Run…

    This loss is not Koji’s fault. Yes, he is tired. Yes he is nearly 40 years old. And despite the fact he is one of the premier closers in the game, things like this will happen. No, this is because in the last 3 games the Sox have scored 9 runs. Sounds pretty impressive, until […]

    Red Sox 8, Skanks 5:
    The Weekend of Our Content–Mostly…

    Truth be told, I wasn’t sure how this weekend was going to go. Not that the Skankees are any kind of force to be reckoned with these days, as they are in 3rd place, 2 games behind the improbable Blue Jays… But after the drubbing on Friday night against the pitcher I thought we had […]

    June 27, 2014:
    A Much Needed Off-Day…

    So the Sox enjoyed their first day off in 3 weeks yesterday, a span where we saw them go 9-11, which isn’t horrible, but the fact that they are still in 4th place, with a .456 winning percentage, and 8 games behind freaking Toronto, and on pace to win 73-74 games… UGH… And now they […]

    Red Sox 2, Seattle 8:
    And the Suckage Continues…

    I like Jake Peavey, but holy hell the guy needs to go. He has a 1-6 record for the 2014 campaign, and gave up a season high SEVEN runs in last night’s debacle–and WHY he was left in THAT long completely escapes me… His line: 5IP, giving up 7 runs on 8 hits (including TWO […]

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