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Show Us The Future PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE…Pretty PLEASE…..

Henry Owens is here!!!! He finally arrived last night making his debut in Yankee Stadium and overall it was a fairly impressive beginning for the 6’6″ southpaw. Physically sporting a tad of resemblance to Randy Johnson (mullet noted); the kid … Continue reading

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Miley’s Roller Coaster Ride to the Top of the Staff?????

If you stayed up late last night you got to see the continuation of Wade Miley’s roller coaster season in Anaheim. The Sox southpaw was perfect through five innings and carried a no-hitter into the seventh and left in the … Continue reading

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Lacking in vitality, force, or conviction; uninspired or uninspiring….

Lackluster is the only word to describe Sunday’s effort at Fenway! A good word for a vapid performance. In all fairness, there was a flash of vitality; that coming in the third inning following the Yankees taking a 2-0 lead … Continue reading

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Feet of Clay????? Again……

The end came for Clay Buchholz with one out in the fourth inning last night and the Sox trailing 1-0 on a first inning home run by Alex Rodriquez.                                          Manager John Farrell whistles for the cavalry…. In a game … Continue reading

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Sox Woes Summed up in Two Words, Beckett and Lester…..

In case you missed it last night, the Sox won their third straight game and in so doing, they went over the .500 mark for the first time in 10 days, moved out of the cellar in the AL East, pulled … Continue reading

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Shutout History at Fenway Park…..

Last night at Fenway Park, Clay Buchholz threw the first real shutout of Fenway’s 100th anniversary season. It was the third shutout thrown by the staff but you aficionados know what I’m talking about when I say it was a real one. Buchholz finished the … Continue reading

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Teetering……

Since 1967, the year that transformed the Red Sox from perennial door mats into a winning franchise, the habitants of Fenway Park have had only six years in which they were below .500.   Dick Williams managed the Red Sox from … Continue reading

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