Tuesday, August 03, 2010

Boston Red Sox Keep The Struggle Going Against The Weaker Teams

Hello and good Tuesday morning. The Boston Red Sox continued their hideous play against inferior teams Monday night with a 6-5 loss to the lowly Cleveland Indians. A lethargic and listless outing was in the cards for the New England team. Adrian Beltre hit two home runs to try and shove his team to victory. But it was not to be. Here's the starting Boston pitcher who just didn't have it...

“In the sixth inning, I kind of lost the feel and pretty much stunk,’’ said Lackey, who fell to 10-6. “It was kind of weird, I started guiding it a little bit.’’

Hey John, stunk is a great word. Fits last night's you perfectly and precisely. Here's the Boston skipper who knows all too well you don't lose to the Indians...

“We dug ourselves a hole and we tried to dig out of it,’’ Francona said. “But it was too much.’’

At times that "hole" seemed like a tunnel to the center of the earth. Lackey lacked most of everything. I'm turning the page as you read this. Here are the upcoming two games' pitching match-ups...

Wed. 4 Cle *7:10 PM ET *STOh/NESN **Lester (11-6) vs. Masterson (3-10)
Thu. 5 Cle *7:10 PM ET *STOh/NESN **Matsuzaka (7-3) vs.Tomlin (1-0)

We have to hope that Lester and Daisuke can help us pull out the last two games of this series. Every game counts. Click on this post's title for more on the Red Sox and as always, BE WELL. Thanks for popping in.


At 8/03/2010 10:03 AM, Blogger Bosox Fan in Wichita said...

Might as well include tonight's game - Beckett (2-1) vs. Huff (2-9). Who knows? Josh just might be the one to help get his team back on track and out of despair.

At 8/04/2010 4:43 AM, Blogger Peter N said...

He did JUST that with a little help from Mikey. YESSSSS.


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