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    Red Sox 6, Tampa Bay 2:
    Holy Buckets! First Place!

    For the first time in a while, the Sox have reclaimed first place in the AL East–even if they are currently sharing it with Toronto, who did not play last night. This leaves the Oreos 2 games behind the two ballclubs. And where are the Skanks, you ask? SEVEN game behind…. ha ha ha ha… […]

    Red Sox 2, Skanks 4:
    Snatching Defeat from the Jaws of Victory

    Holy…Hell… So.  THAT certainly didn’t turn out as expected. And while there are many things that could be blamed for this abysmal series loss against the Skanks, such as: Hanley’s 0-5 on Tuesday night, especially after The Large Father was intentionally walked TWICE, Newbie Andrew Benintendi’s error in last night’s contest (which naturally was hit […]

    August 9, 2016:
    Playing the Skanks in the Middle of the Week…

    It is always weird to me when the Sox play the Skanks in the middle of the week, and this year, they are doing it twice. The 3 games now and the last 3 contests between the two at the Stadium during the last week of September. Seems like baseball is taking the loss there, […]

    Red Sox 5, Dodgers 8:
    3…Games…

    …And in this case, “3” is not a magic number…It stands for the number of games the Sox are behind in the AL East, behind both the Oreos and Toronto …AGAIN So, AGAIN David Price crapped the bed for his 8th loss of the season, although if the 3 errors made did not result in […]

    Red Sox 4 Seattle 5:
    Uh, What the FRACK Just Happened Here?

    So. As is the case with game played on the Left Coast in the middle of the night, unless they are on the weekend, I rarely if ever make it to the end of the game. Last night’s contest was no different, although I  when I last checked the Sox were up 4-1, and David […]

    Red Sox 2, Seattle 1: Let the Benintendi Era Begin!

    Although the Sox moves at the trading deadline were less than impressive, there is some excitement in the air: Highly-touted prospect (#2 in the Red Sox organization and #7 in all of baseball) Andrew Benintendi has skipped AAA and will jump right into the pool, starting in Left Field for the Red Sox. A left handed hitter, […]

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