Red Sox are down a run in the 4th. It’s my sister-in-law’s wedding day, so I’m out!
Doubront’s doing his part, but the bats are quiet.
Enjoy the festivities.
Another lead-off double. Let’s see how they kill it this time.
Out at the plate. I know Victorino is fast, but did they really have to send him with no outs?
And of course Papi immediatly gets the hit which would have brought him in anyway.
Predicting another Napoli-K here.
And indeed he does strike out. Only the third time today. Way to go …
Three hits in the inning, no score. Abysmal.
Iglesias with a bunt hit. First and third, nobody out. How will they fuck up this time?
Easy. Diaz lays down another bunt and Salty out at home by a mile.
Jacoby base hit. Bases loaded, one out. Double play situation.
No way. Victorino comes through and the game is tied.
Now, should they take the lead I fully expect to see Bailey in this game.
Of course they waste the chance for a big inning, but at least we have the tie.
Tazawa in the 8th. Assuming it’ll not be Bailey in the 9th, maybe Miller?
All academic, another Bautista home run and it’s 4-2 Blue Jays. This in a game in which the Sox should have had a big lead by now.
Now Lind with a triple. On an 0-2 count no less.
And somehow Tazawa gets out of it.
And Mighty Napoli strikes out again.
Salty K’s as well.
Napoli is great in the field today as well.
Reyes drives in the 5th Blue Jays run. This is over.
Double play ends it. 6-2 Jays. This is one we gave away.
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