Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Curt Is Aces

Where to start? OK, the starters. Curt Schilling studied video tape, and must have found something. He dominated an overmatched Yankee lineup for 8 innings, giving up only 5 hits while walking none and allowing only a lone run. With a 9-1 lead, Keith Foulke was a disaster in the top of the ninth, but by then it was over. But I do hope his knees haven't started acting up. That we do not need.
Every Sox batter had at least one hit, with the exception of Tek and Trot. While we were slick and polished in the field, the Yankees were slipping and sliding much as if the groundskeepers had applied wax to portions of the outfield grass before the game. Laugh outloud funny stuff. Made even more funny with a big lead.
So all in all, this game was fun. Schilling quieted the worries of his fans with his domination. The Sox are now 3 up in the loss column, with Wright vs. Wakefield tonight. Let's make it 2 in a row. Sheff will be back, and I say a big loud "SO WHAT!!"


At 5/23/2006 11:25 AM, Blogger Jess said...

Schilling was impressive as all get out. It was good to see.
Quieted my fears that were getting raised as May continued on.

Sheff? Yeah, I couldn't care less.

C'mon Wakes! And lets give him the same run support from last night.


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