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Which is weird, because this team has seemed much more willing to accept their failings this year and work on them.
The Red Sox sucked tonight, but are adamantly refusing to own it.
Pathetic RT @brianmacp: Farrell: "I'll be honest with you -- I thought it was an uneven strike zone tonight."
Rice harping on the zone too. Weak.
Nope. Awful game.
Napoli has Boston's lone RBI, and their worst swing-and-misses of the night by a mile.
Tying run at the plate. Well, we learned the other day that Mariano isn't completely invincible. (And, y'know, in years past)
There's one weird strike call for the Yankees low. And a little bit of smudging on the edge vs. LHH. On the whole, though, not bat at all.
Attention Red Sox: this is not a zone to complain about. At all. Stop it. http://t.co/FsWahre20O
Barring a miracle rally, this has been an atrocious game of baseball from them.
Red Sox are doing a damn fine job of taking strikes and getting called out on 'em tonight.
Come back, Shane.
Well, at least Lester has stopped the whole "melting down" thing for now. Hopefully the Sox get back to the good at bats they had in T1.
Napoli really shouldn't be striking out on that pitch.
RT @EatMoreEsskay: @OverTheMonster If I was him, I'd be worried more about Proposition Jose.
Besides, between Omar and Marlo, I don't think he really needs any more trouble.
Everyone is complaining to Lance Barksdale, but frankly the zone hasn't been so bad tonight.
Well, that was better from Lester.
Pedroia has been turning some weird double plays. Much needed.
In before the last stand of Clayton Mortensen.
If Eck is going to be a homer, he needs to take lessons from Tommy Heinsohn. No point in half-assing it.
If Jon Lester could remember how he was pitching a few weeks ago, that'd be great.
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