Thursday, April 20, 2006

Schill 4 For 4, and the Sox Go To 11-4

For the first time in his carreer, Curt Schilling has won his first 4 decisions. Going 6 pitch-filled innings, he lowered his ERA to 1.61. From Kevin Youklis' first batter home run, to Keith Foulke's last pitch, this one was all Red Sox. The Devil Rays were sloppy, to say the least. Trot Nixon continued his torrid hitting and the trio of Sox relievers, Seanez, Tavarez and Foulke, throttled the visitors from Florida, who I wish we could see more of. We go for the sweep with Tim Wakefield facing the always tough Scott Kazmir tonight at the Fens. Then it's on to Toronto to face the meat of their rotation in what is sure to be a tough match-up. 2 of 3 up there is just fine with me. A tall order? Yes.


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