Weak Tigers' Pen 1-hits the Red Sox

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    Re: Weak Tigers' Pen 1-hits the Red Sox

    You must be so happy the Sox lost.

    Your losing streak may be over, if things continue as is.

     
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    I personally would like another shot at Al Albuqurque! I'm not sold on their pen. In a short series it's tough to get much of an impact from any pen though as only 2-3 guys are really needed. Any depth issues are sometimes not exposed. We need to knock a start out early.

    Next time we face Sanchez we need to make him through even more strikes.

     
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    Re: Weak Tigers' Pen 1-hits the Red Sox

    In response to moonslav59's comment:

    You must be so happy the Sox lost.

    Your losing streak may be over, if things continue as is.



             Fireman's used to losing.

             He's a Jet's fan.

    Great game last night. Drew made an outstanding play in the 9th.

    I'll take him as my SS anyday.

    If the season ended last night or even in the ALDS I would not feel cheated.

    The Sox provided more this year than anyone could have hoped for.

     
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    Re: Weak Tigers' Pen 1-hits the Red Sox

    Tip of the hat to the Tigers' pitching in Game 1.  Put it in the past.  Tigers' pitching can be hit as the Sox demonstrated by the 20-spot they put on them in a regular season game.  Just need to awaken the hitting mojo. To paraphrase a famous character in a famous novel made into a major movie, "tomorrow (today) is another day".

    Red Sox in 2013 World Series, Patriots in 2014 Super Bowl!

     
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