Sox Gamers/Postmortems

PaleSox-RedSox Gamer

Phil Humber pitches for the visiting Chicago White Sox, while Alfredo Aceves is on the mound for Boston.  Comment away.

J. Pierre lf .265
A. Ramirez ss .278
C. Quentin rf .254
P. Konerko 1b .301
A.J. Pierzynski c .267
A. Rios cf .206
A. Dunn dh .181
G. Beckham 2b .231
B. Morel 3b .239
P. Humber 2.85
J. Ellsbury cf .297
D. Pedroia 2b .243
A. Gonzalez 1b .332
K. Youkilis 3b .260
D. Ortiz dh .306
C. Crawford lf .232
J. Lowrie ss .306
J.D. Drew rf .235
J. Varitek c .208
A. Aceves 2.22

9 replies on “PaleSox-RedSox Gamer”

Either Ace is pissed at the news he’s out of the rotation when Lackey comes off the DL, or he’s proving that the Sox made the reight decision between him and Wakefield.

Nothing like coming home from work just late enough to miss the entirety of the competitive baseball for the evening.
At least I can devote my attention elsewhere and know this reasonably early on.

Well, it isn’t good when your starter buries you early, but the only way Ace is in line for a win right now is if he throws a shutout. The Sox’ bats have to do better than this for anything good to happen. They have now only scored eight runs in 32 innings since the start of Sunday’s action, and that ain’t gonna work against anyone unless the starters and bullpen are just crazy good.
How long until Theo starts looking for JD’s replacement?

Holy cow. I wasn’t watching this game but was keeping one eye on the scoreboard until it was 10-1 in the top of the 8th and the White Sox had two on and one out.
All of a sudden it’s 10-7 with no outs in the 9th and the (Red) Sox have a runner in scoring position?? What the hell happened? This one will absolutel blow Ozzie’s gasket if the White Sox can’t hold it together. That alone will be worth the price of admission. And i won’t be too happy either…

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