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    Friday, May 20, 2011


    There was no room for error for me again. Their lineup is very, very good, and once again, I kind of backed myself up against a wall and had to find a way to get out of it."--Jonathan Papelbon after leaving the bases loaded in the 9th and securing the win May 19th.

    J. Beckett 6.051 1230 0.921.73 
    M. Albers (H, 3) 1.0100 0201.10 1.56 
    D. Bard (BS, 1)1.0 2220 121.003.52  
    J. Papelbon (W, 2-0) 1.020 0120 1.072.41

    Friday, May 13, 2011

    How Youk Spent His Day Off in NYC

    Youk had one message to his teammates leading into their day off on Thursday in New York City.

    "Do whatever you want in New York City -- that's the thinking, you can't worry about baseball [Thursday], because you're not playing baseball. So go enjoy the off-day, enjoy yourself, have fun, live life a little bit. You know you only have one off-day this whole month. Might as well live it up. For us, everyone should enjoy themselves, have a good time and make the most out of your off-day."--Kevin Youkilis


    Thursday, May 12, 2011

    Hi! I'm John Lackey

    "Everything in my life sucks right now, to be honest with you."--Lackey 5/11/11 on sucking.

    Tuesday, May 10, 2011

    Is there a new captain of clutch?

    Several years ago Red Sox brass anointed David Ortiz as the greatest clutch hitter in Red Sox history. From that year forward Mr Ortiz quickly became very unclutch. Can you remember the last time big Papi hit a walkoff hit? I can't. Can you remember the last time Carl Crawford hit a game winning hit? Sure can. May 9th, and May 1st come to mind. David Ortiz earned his title with a fairly large set of data and very little can be derived from Crawford's 35 game data set but I will tell you this much at the end of the game I would rather see Crawford at the plate than Ortiz.

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    Tuesday, May 03, 2011

    Big Hug


    On the night MLB decided to honor the men and women of our military for successfully tracking down and killing Osama bin Laden ,David Ortiz hits his first homer in a month and then celebrates by hugging a lucky soldier in the stands.