so we are going to giveup sundays game with wake

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    so we are going to giveup sundays game with wake

    this is just great another beatdown with wake.i can not defend coma any more.
    i love to watch the sox but i can not watch this.i will work outside and get the score later.this is just a pity start and we will lose.he will give up 8 runs before
    coma takes him out.see ya monday sox fans.
     
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    Re: so we are going to giveup sundays game with wake

    sfvs
     
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    Re: so we are going to giveup sundays game with wake

    haha.  I would also like to submit this as a candidate for Thread-To-Be-Bumped-4-a-Good-Laugh all summer.

    Fraudulent, no heart so-called fans.

    Thanks for bumping this, whoever you are.
     
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    Re: so we are going to giveup sundays game with wake

    How did the yard work go?

     
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    I disagree with spaceman, if only because most of us were worried about what Wake could do.  The OP is a little over the top, but what Wakefield did on Sunday was a pretty big surprise for everybody:  70% of his pitches were strikes; he needed only 76 pitches to get thru 5.2 innings; one run given up (and that was mostly Jenks fault); shut down Ichiro, who had been beating us like a drum; no stolen bases, but a caught stealing on a pitchout; outpitched last year's Cy Young award winner; got the Sox a win when they badly needed one.  I would have been happy with 5 innings and 3 runs and expected maybe 4 innings and 4 runs. 
     
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    this is just great another beatdown with wake.i can not defend coma any more. i love to watch the sox but i can not watch this.i will work outside and get the score later.this is just a pity start and we will lose.he will give up 8 runs before coma takes him out.see ya monday sox fans.
    Posted by soxyjim


    How do you like your Crow?
     
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    I disagree with spaceman, if only because most of us were worried about what Wake could do.  The OP is a little over the top, but what Wakefield did on Sunday was a pretty big surprise for everybody:  70% of his pitches were strikes; he needed only 76 pitches to get thru 5.2 innings; one run given up (and that was mostly Jenks fault); shut down Ichiro, who had been beating us like a drum; no stolen bases, but a caught stealing on a pitchout; outpitched last year's Cy Young award winner; got the Sox a win when they badly needed one.  I would have been happy with 5 innings and 3 runs and expected maybe 4 innings and 4 runs. 
    Posted by maxbialystock


    Max - I do not take issue with doubting Wake's ability to get it done.  Upon waking on Sunday, I myself took a long swallow and prepared myself mentally for what could be a glum afternoon.

    What I take issue with is writing the game off.  Its baseball.  The #1 golden rule is Ya Just Never Know.  

    The Sox start 0-6, and a large number of posters made it clear that this team is obviously dead in the water.  Really?

    Remember all the people who eulogized and buried David Ortiz the past two springs?

    Wake is not in the rotation because he just can't be consistent enough anymore to even be an "innings eater".  But that doesn't mean the dude can't compete.  On sunday, I am skeptical with the matchup before me, but i am no question giving Wake a glimmer of hope and rooting for my Red Sox.


     
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    Re: so we are going to giveup sundays game with wake

    I was at Sunday's game and did not have the best feeling - but I was also at Saturday's game in thought they would kill Doug Fister  - you never know what the heck is going to happen.
     
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    In Response to Re: so we are going to giveup sundays game with wake : Max - I do not take issue with doubting Wake's ability to get it done.  Upon waking on Sunday, I myself took a long swallow and prepared myself mentally for what could be a glum afternoon. What I take issue with is writing the game off.  Its baseball.  The #1 golden rule is Ya Just Never Know.   The Sox start 0-6, and a large number of posters made it clear that this team is obviously dead in the water.  Really? Remember all the people who eulogized and buried David Ortiz the past two springs? Wake is not in the rotation because he just can't be consistent enough anymore to even be an "innings eater".  But that doesn't mean the dude can't compete.  On sunday, I am skeptical with the matchup before me, but i am no question giving Wake a glimmer of hope and rooting for my Red Sox.
    Posted by SpacemanEephus


    Agree completely that Sunday was not a write-off.  Wake showed why they kept him another year.  In a pinch and on a good day, he can dazzle with the knuckler. 
     
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    In Response to Re: so we are going to giveup sundays game with wake:
    I disagree with spaceman, if only because most of us were worried about what Wake could do.  The OP is a little over the top, but what Wakefield did on Sunday was a pretty big surprise for everybody:  70% of his pitches were strikes; he needed only 76 pitches to get thru 5.2 innings; one run given up (and that was mostly Jenks fault); shut down Ichiro, who had been beating us like a drum; no stolen bases, but a caught stealing on a pitchout; outpitched last year's Cy Young award winner; got the Sox a win when they badly needed one.  I would have been happy with 5 innings and 3 runs and expected maybe 4 innings and 4 runs. 
    Posted by maxbialystock


    Correct but you didn't start a thread about it like the above known troll did. Some posters act like loyal fans and others pretend to be concerned.
     
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