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Doc Who? A’s-Sox Gamer VI

While rumors continue to swirl around the Jays' recent decision to put 10-game winner Roy Halladay up for bid, the Sox will bring a 10-game winner to the mound for the second day in a row. Suck it, Toronto!

Tim Wakefield looks to deliver a series win against Trevor Cahill, who is coming off back-to-back starts in which he lasted a combined 7.1 innings and gave up 12 earned runs. 

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32 replies on “Doc Who? A’s-Sox Gamer VI”

Our guys have plainly forgotten how to hit. No hits through three and Cahill has needed just 37 pitches. How do we make all these youngsters look like future hall of famers?

With 8 Ks already, Wakes is also now in line for win #11, assuming the Sox can hold onto this lead… /nojinxes

I haven’t heard anything since early this afternoon, but the docs were very pleased with the way the surgery went. They expect him to make a full recovery.
I would think he’d be in a private room and off the ventilator by now.
I hope to hear something soon.
And thanks for asking.

That’s some BS right there. Strike 3 to Suzuki called a ball, and then a single plates 2 runs. Both charged to Wake.

I honestly think Paps is our secret playoff weakness this year. I’m just waiting for the huge meltdown in the big spot – he’s really, really not the same pitcher he was.

Agreed Micah, he’s pitching like Daisuke: lots of baserunners (1.324 WHIP) with a ridiculously low ERA (1.70).
AND HE BLOWS ONE BY CUST! Wakefield now the sole wins leader in the AL.

I think Ell’s got the benefit of Jeter’s call (or missed call) on the ol’ ball beat you there thing in that pick off. OCab definately missed (well, he did actually get him on the foot) but normally he would have been called out.

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