Marco... Oh No!
Pitching, Defense, Run Prevention, and Professional Umpiring?
Game 2 Box: New York 6, Boston 4
Sox Tossed for a Loss: Scutaro, Okajima Throw Away Game 2
And Just Like That, Jon Lester Is No Longer the Frontrunner for the Cy Young
Was Scutaro Shaking Hands with Nomar Before the Game or Something?
I Didn't Think the Throw to Youkilis Was That Bad. Sincerely, Julio Lugo
David @*#%! Ornery .000rtiz Not Expected to Be Benched, Yet
Bright Side: Ellsbury, V-Mart, and Beltre Came to Work Ready to Play
So are Schilling and Pedro, You Know, Available to Pitch In Case This Keeps Up?
"You guys wait till [expletive] happens, then you can talk [expletive]. Two [expletive] games, and already you [expletives] are going crazy. What's up with that, man? [Expletive]. [Expletive] 160 games left. That's a [expletive]. One of you [expletives] got to go ahead and hit for me." -- David Ortiz, miles from being Big Papi
"So the Sox lost on basically two bad calls by an umpire and an error. Can we finally start talking about the absolute necessity for accountability (and potentially replay) for all umpires in this game. ...The Sox still are NOT aggressive enough to win. They don't have a KILLER instinct. I don't see anyone saying 'This is out year and we're going to get this done.' Rather, I see players just thinking, 'Well if things fall my way I'll be fine and things will maybe work out.' " -- L.D., Red Sox Nation