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Start All Over Again: Sox-Indians Gamer III

Last night the long winning streak ended.  Hopefully tonight is the start (and not the continuation) of another streak.  I'd post the lineups after the jump, but really, I just saw them at the Globe's site and I don't want to make Sox fans throw up on their keyboards.

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33 replies on “Start All Over Again: Sox-Indians Gamer III”

Speaking of wanting to shoot someone, Lester is giving up hard-hit balls left and right.

So Lester’s just gonna get outs by walking people and eventually picking them off, huh?

rbf…not yet…this is the team that beat the Yankees down 6-0 and they have Carmona on the mound.
*looks at lineup*
Oh, wait.
(Though, nice ABs by the stand-ins last inning.)

Lester getting pounded. Walks and homers. 5-0. It isn’t gonna take a no-hitter to make you realize your potential again, is it Lester?

Sox get a bit closer, 5-2 after their half of the 6th (Bay walk, Lowell double, Tek double, all with 2 out). Carmona over 100 pitches.

Ortiz blows a major opportunity with 2 down and 2 on. No surprise Perez blew him away on 3 pitches.

Van Every up with the bases loaded and one down thanks to DeRosa’s error on Bailey’s double play ball.
Through the hole! 5-3 score.

Stays tied as Pedroia grounds to 3rd. We head to the bottom of the 8th. Who will pitch? (Lopez pitched the 7th.)

Jonathan Van Every???? Seriously??? Jason Bay strikes out, David Ortiz strikes out, but Jonathan Van Every is the guy who says, “Oh, I’ll just go ahead and break this tie all by myself.” Wow.

Papelbon nearly gave it back. He’s pitching now like he pitched last September, after which he acknowledged that his shoulder was seriously fatigued. This makes me worry. I certainly don’t have much confidence in him right now.

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