Categories Sox Gamers/Postmortems More Early Baseball Action: Jays-Sox Gamer II Post author By attackgerbil Post date May 12, 2010 12 Comments on More Early Baseball Action: Jays-Sox Gamer II Shaun Marcum is on the mound for the Jays, while the Sox send Wake. Comment away. ← Half of Double Your Pleasure: Yanks-Tigers Gamer II → Had The Silly Thing In Reverse: Yanks-Tigers Gamer III 12 replies on “More Early Baseball Action: Jays-Sox Gamer II” Why can’t Wake just go do something else? Like mow lawns, or become an architect or something. Poor man’s given up 1 run in six innings – he’s a better bet than Beckett at this point. Great outing from Wake, but not good enough. Drew gets on and then vintage Papi? Ortiz called out on a pitch one foot outside. Wow. Also, I’m only watching on Gameday, but if it really was that far outside then Tito needs to go get himself kicked out of this game. well, there you go According to the radio announcers, yes, it was that far outside I only saw the final two innings so I don’t know if that guy was in any way consistent, but that was a mile-wide strike zone on Drew and Ortiz. And Beltre checked his swing and was called out. Pete Abraham rightly says that the ump should have tossed Ortiz and that he did not is more or less an admission that he knows he messed up. Doesn’t help us any. Well at least Tito got himself thrown out. Horrible. and yet another pedroia gem reported by pete abe: “[The umpires] must have had a flight. I’m actually going to check on that,” he said. “If they had a flight, we’re going to make sure it was delayed. Because I can do that. I have that kind of pull.” i love his sense of humor… I know most non-Sox fans hate Pedroia but I genuinely love his sarcastic cocky attitude. Comments are closed.