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    Red Sox 1, Rangers 2:
    AGAIN with the Sleeping Offense…

    Holy Buckets. There seems to be a proportionately large number of low scoring games these days. And while it is certainly a good thing Joe Kelly did pitch very well in his 7 innings of work, it means NOTHING if the bats do NOTHING…and with THREE opportunities with the bases loaded–they deserved to lose this […]

    Red Sox 4, Rangers 3:
    OK, So that didn’t suck…

    In a refreshing twist, the Rangers are actually more awful than the Sox this year (not that is something to be proud off) And it looks like the $72.2 million dollar minor leaguer Rusney Castillo will be hitting the bigs sooner rather than later; some say it wil be before the 6-game homestand. All I […]

    May 14, 2015: Guest Post:
    Jackie Robinson: A Letter to the President

    Fellow Baseball Bloggers Alliance (BBA) member Stephen of Pastime Post offered this article to whomever wished to post it on their website. I am so very glad he did. It is worth the read. Enjoy. Jackie Robinson: A Letter to the President by Stephen C. Jordan I have lived in New England for the majority […]

    Red Sox 2, Oakland 9:
    I guess 3 in a row was too much to ask..

    …at least in wins, anyway. In losses, the Sox have NO problem getting 3 or more in a row.. And I see that Justin Masterson didn’t think his 6+ ERA was QUITE high enough, with the shelling he received last night. Love the guy, but as I said in the offseason when Ben signed him–did […]

    Red Sox 1, Tampa Bay 5:
    Well, THIS has the Air of the Familiar…

    What is that now? 32? 34 losses in a row? It feels like they haven’t won in forever, even tho it’s only the last 4 in a row—although they have lost the last 7 of 10–and are, once again, DEAD LAST in the AL East…with a 12-14 record–Holy Hell, haven’t we played this riff already???? […]

    Red Sox 7, Oreos 18:

    Yes, I understand that ending April at .500 is acceptable behavior, as teams are still trying to find their way, often battling drastic weather changes and getting into the groove of the season. I get it. But holy hell, going from winning 2 out of 3, to LOSING 2 out of 3, taxing their bullpen […]

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