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    October 19th, 2016:
    Cleveland, you have ONE job…

    Holy Buckets Terry Francona, you KNOW what can happen when a team is down 0-3 and you take your foot off the gas (or their throat, depending on what analogy you want to use…) Actually NO ONE knows it better than you. Which is why it is so very troubling that your Cleveland Indians, up […]

    ALDS Game 3: Red Sox 3, Cleveland 4
    Out With a Whimper…

    Ya know, in some ways I think it would have been better for the Sox NOT to have won the AL East and gotten to the postseason (Stay with me here for a minute). Because the end in the Postseason is often sudden and can’t be planned for (Although in this case, I think the […]

    October 10, 2016:
    Is Today REALLY the Last Day of the Season???

    Or, even worse, the last day we get to see the Large Father play for the Boston Red Sox? I’m not ready to let go yet! They are a better team than this! How can there be a world without David Ortiz and his clutch performances to save the day???? I suspect the Sox are […]

    Game 1 ALDS: Red Sox 4, Cleveland 5 :
    Another Day, Another On-Run Loss…

    So Rick Porcello, who has been NAILS all season, decides to channel (of all people), freaking John Wasdin in an ugly, UGLY 3rd Inning, which saw him chased before he could complete the 5th inning (4.1) and left him with an ERA of 10.38 (yes, TEN) for this year’s postseason. The rest of his line: […]

    Game 1, 2016 ALDS: Red Sox vs. Cleveland:
    11 wins to go…

    So the Sox are back at the dance after a 3-year hiatus, going from World Series Champions in 2013 to one of the worst teams in all of baseball–for 2 years in a row. We have seen the Sox do stupid things, like let Jon Lester get away–although I think he is doing OK as […]

    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 […]

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