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    Red Sox 0, Angels 2:
    One Hit. AGAIN…

    So. How many IS that this year? 4? 6? An even dozen? I don’t have the time or inclination to slog through the 2014 campaign looking for the instances where the opposing pitcher no-hit the Red Sox for a bunch of innings, and then someone steps up and saves their collective bacon from the indignity. […]

    Red Sox 3, Angels 4:
    On…and on…and on…

    Yeah, I know the Angels are the best team in baseball, on pace to win 96-ish games this season–but holy hell it feels like they have been in Boston for MONTHS kicking the ever loving crap out of them. Honestly, I had to look and see exactly how many games the Sox have lost in […]

    Red Sox 1, Astros 8:
    The Shoe is on the Other Foot…

    Remember how I/we used to bitch that the Sox needed to do better against horribly crappy teams, as there was no reason why these teams should be beating them? Well guess what, OUR team is now the crappy team… (sigh) Yeah. I know, this isn’t a great revelation, as evidenced by the fact that they […]

    Red Sox 3, Cincinnati 2:
    Enough with the Interleague play already…

    Call me a purist, but AL should old play NL twice a year: The All-Star game, and the World Series. And then there was the 2-3 week period in the middle of the season where the Sox played 4-5 National League teams and THAT was bad enough. NOW, they play a couple here, and a […]

    Red Sox 2, Cardinals 3:
    Yeah…

    I don’t even know what to say anymore. They take a step forward, and 32 steps back… This was a contest that was completely winnable. Rubby De La Rosa had a good outing, giving up 1 run on 6 hits while walking and striking out 3. He threw 94 pitches, 57 for strikes. Then Tommy […]

    Red Sox 7, Skanks 8:
    Yeah, that’s about right…

    Well, so much for rising to the occasion. Not that anyone really expected him to. As a matter of fact, after last week’s trade someone asked Buchholz something about him being the anchor to a young pitching staff and how he felt about that. And his response was about how he FELT good and healthy. […]

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