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    Red Sox 5, Oreos 3:
    Again with the 5!

    And with that the sweep is complete, and the Sox’s magic number in the division goes to 5 and the magic number to get to the postseason is 4. Holy Buckets, this is really gonna happen this year… The Cubs have clinched and have been awarded home-field advantage for the NLDS. I knew they did […]

    Red Sox 5, Baltimore 1:
    What’s with all the 5’s??

    So the Sox have won three in a row against the Cookies: 5-2, 5-2 and 5-1–and their win against the Skanks was 5-4. So is that the secret? The offense will score 5 runs, and as long as pitching doesn’t give up 5 runs, they are golden? Well, if the last 3 days are any […]

    Red Sox 5, Padres 1:
    Back in First Place!

    Yes, it is shared with Toronto, and I think the Sox are going to be in this dogfight until the bitter end with both Toronto and the Oreos–especially since they still have 6 and 7 more games, respectively, with each ballclub. As a matter of fact, after tonight, the Sox ONLY play AL East teams […]

    Red Sox 2, Tigers 4:
    Always Seems to Work This Way…

    The Sox trade a player for whatever reason, and then this player, more often than not, plays an instrumental role in the Red Sox loss. Last night it was former Red Sox rookie phenom/shortstop Jose Iglesias, and it was a 2-run homer, given up by Drew Pomeranz in his 2nd start in a Red Sox […]

    Red Sox 6, Cleveland 2: Only 161 to go!

    So the Sox got off to a magnificent start, albeit it a day late, and honestly, if I were to script an Opening Day, I doubt I could have done better. David Price was certainly worth the money the Sox spent on him yesterday, going 6 strong, giving up 2 runs on 5 hits while […]

    April 4, 2016: Happy Opening Day!

    Yes, I know, there were 4 contests yesterday, so that was the “official” opening day. However, I consider the first day the Red Sox play (which is today) to be the only Opening Day that matters. And from what I have seen around the horn, there are many other baseball fans who feel the same […]

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