Zack Attack Kills Sox

Fans hold up signs praising Kansas City Royals starting pitcher Zack Greinke after the Royals beat the Boston Red Sox 5-1 in a baseball game Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2009
(AP)

Cy of Relief for Tito, He Doesn't Have to Pretend to
Care About the Division Anymore

Greinke Handcuffs Sox | KCy 5, Wild Card Champions 1
In the Big Inning, the Game Was Over When KC Scored Five Runs
Good Thing The Sox Won't Face Any Tough Pitching in the Playoffs...
2 Hits: Guess Congratulations Are in Order for V-Mart (21 streak) and Dustin (14)
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Bright Side: Game Over in 2:31... Or After the 1st Inning

"Iím frustrated, Iím not going to get any sleep. I thought I had great stuff tonight. I just overthrew a little bit in the first inning, just couldnít get the outs. Against Greinke, you donít want to be down, 5-0. It just deflates the team. Real frustrated with myself. Iím glad I came back and threw some innings and helped the bullpen out, but Iím not really here to eat innings. Thatís not my job." -- Former Royal Paul Byrd, embarrassing any leftover members from The Byrd's Nest with his start

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