Saturday, May 06, 2006

The Second 14 Game Excellence Award Goes To.......

Here we are again, ready to bestow the every 14 game award for excellence. To refresh your memories, here is a recap, in part, of the first award winner of this 2006..... Originally posted on Wednesday, April 19, 2006......

"The First Winner of the Every 14 Game "Peter's Red Sox Forever" Award for Surprising Excellence is........

There is no contest. The winner has been chosen unanimously, the criteria being just who is the player in the last 14 games who has been the emodiment of excellence unexpected. KEVIN YOUKLIS...."

Peter here again, today, the 6th of May. And the second winner of the year, the one who stood above and beyond what was said in print and or radio/television before the season, is MIKE LOWELL, our doubles machine. Currently he is batting .350, is leading the major leagues in doubles, and is providing steller defense a la Mueller at 3rd base. Before the season he was said to be washed up, finished, with a slow bat that was past its prime. Well HA, look at him go. Our infield glue on the left side with Alex Gonzalez, but with a potent bat that has been scorching the Earth. Congats Mikey, and keep it going. You've so far turned out to be the more valuable of the Beckett-Lowell duo. Josh could take lessons.

2 Comments:

At 5/06/2006 12:26 PM, Blogger The Couch Potato said...

As big a fan of Billy Mueller as I am, I have to say that Mike Lowell is an improvement defensively.

 
At 5/06/2006 12:39 PM, Blogger Peter N said...

I'm a Billy fan too, but look what Mike's done..We gotta love it!

 

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