Red Sox remain winless on the road

Same Old Story: Young A's Arm Disarms Red Sox Offense
And the Umpires Are the Latest to Stick It to Boston

Oakland 5, Boston 0 | Anderson Shuts Windows, Lefty Outduels Lackey
Sox Drop to 0-7 Away From Fenway, Worst Road Start in Franchise History
This Just In: Hitting .179 on the Road Isn't Going to Get You 100 Wins
We'll See President Trump Sworn In Before This Team Wins 100 Games
Now That the JLoww Bandwagon Is Jam-Packed Full... He Goes 0-for-4
Hey Lack, Keep the Beard, and Add Brian Wilson's Filthy Two-Seamer
Maybe Youk Just Needs a Good Booing Before Today's Game?
Running Thoughts: A-Gon Makes Manny Look Like Carl Lewis
Gordo: Worst Case Scenario for Salty, Can Lowrie Catch?
E:60 Star Got a Hit... But He Had to Beat It Out
Welcome back Chokajima

"...What are you going to do? I just work here." -- John Lackey. Not happy about being skipped, leaving early, or having to throw over to first help Salty survive

And just for the record, that wasn't the first time Youk overreacted to hearing boos at Fenway: " 'The way [fans] treat some people is just wrong. If you're going to be a loyal fan, be a loyal fan through thick and thin. There are some great fans out there, but there are some fans that I really, honestly believe, they listen to WEEI and that's their final opinion. I honestly think WEEI is what some people believe is what their [own] opinions are. Being a true fan is sticking by your [players] when they're struggling, not booing him when he's coming into a 2-2 game in the eighth inning... He [Julian Tavarez] had no reason to tip his hat to them, they've treated him bad all year. I was watching him every step and was saying to Mark [Loretta], 'Please do not tip your cap.' That's how I felt, for him. I was mad for him, because if he tips his cap here, he's giving in. And that's what the fans do, they give in... I'd rather have no one at the field than people booing me all day... Of course, fans' booing means they care, which is certainly better than apathy, right? Do they really care? They care about the team, but when they boo a specific individual, do they really care about that person? No. If you boo somebody, it's like you despise them.' " -- Sept. 6, 2006, Kevin Youkilis was Irked by testy fans at Fenway five years ago

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Boston Globe:

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Boston Herald:

Lauber: Eduardo Rodriguez showing Red Sox he's special > PawSox start looms large for Masterson


Rodriguez gem wasted > Chili Davis doesn't want to turn Red Sox into free-swingers > Red Sox draft catcher in third round

NY Post:

How Mariano Rivera has influenced Yankees' top pick > Why starting rotation could be a big Yankees' strength

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