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    Red Sox 4, Arizona 0:
    Another 2 out of 3…

    Felix Doubront is ON FIRE. Another great outing for him, earning his 8th win of 2013 with 7 innings of 5 hit, no-run ball. He threw 95 pitches, 57 for strikes during the span, walking none and striking out 5. This is his 15th quality start in a row where he has allowed 3 earned […]

    Red Sox 8, Seattle 2 :
    Jake Peavey’s coming to Boston!

    Whoo Hooo! It’s been a while since the Sox made a July deadline move as good as this one. An established AL pitcher and CY Young Award winner with an 8-4 record with a 4.28 ERA for the 2013 campaign–and a career 128-97 pitcher with a 3.49 ERA. Add him to the current mix, and […]

    Red Sox 5, Oreos 0:
    Back in the Saddle Again…

    In more ways that 1.. With the Sox taking 2 out of 3 against those pesky Oreos this weekend, and Tampa bay losing to the Skanks (and for the record: I will Neva-EVA root for the Skanks–NEV-A) the Sox have claimed the tenuous 1/2 game lead in the AL East back from the Rays. Although, […]

    July 18th, 2013:
    STILL no Baseball – Part 4…

    Yeah Yeah, I know some people will count the All-Star game as a day of baseball–but for reasons I mentioned here and here, I don’t. So we have another 23 hours-ish until the unofficial 2nd half of the baseball season starts. And it starts with a team that is FUN TO WATCH, has players who […]

    Red Sox 2, Rangers 3:
    The Fickle Mistress…

    Baseball–where one day you can score 17 runs, and the very next, can’t even score 3. John Lackey had another very good game, only giving up 1 run (a solo shot by Adrian Beltre–naturally) on 5 hits while walking none, hitting a batter, and striking out 5. Throwing 108 pitches, 75 for strikes He is […]

    Red Sox 9, Tampa Bay 2:
    Needing to be doing THAT more often…

    I cannot even REMEMBER when the Sox last had a big inning like they they has last night in the 3rd: 8 runs, they batted around, and Stephen Drew hit his 2nd career grand slam to double the score in that inning. What was even nicer is that no crazy ass pitching threw away a […]

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