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Old 08-10-2006, 11:37 PM   #2233
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Darn those pesky Royals.
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Old 08-10-2006, 11:47 PM   #2234
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Watching the apathetic Royal fans wave their brooms would be funny if it wasn't happening to our team... after we dropped 2 to TB.
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Old 08-10-2006, 11:48 PM   #2235
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Watching the apathetic Royal fans wave their brooms would be funny if it wasn't happening to our team... after we dropped 2 to TB.

Shhhh....

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Old 08-10-2006, 11:49 PM   #2236
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What a ****ing joke.
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Old 08-10-2006, 11:50 PM   #2237
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<--- That would be the Royals giving the Red Sox a kick in the ***.
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Tito gets bashed alot. A good portion of it is un-due.

Tonight, he deserves to be soaked in gasoline and set on fire.

Sloooooooowwww hook.
It's not like Schill had a high pitch count. Granted, he could have taken him out a batter or two sooner but the damage was already done. I blame Tito more for taking out Wily Mo for defense when we're only up 2. I guess that team meeting didn't do too much good.
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Old 08-10-2006, 11:52 PM   #2239
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It's not like Schill had a high pitch count. Granted, he could have taken him out a batter or two sooner but the damage was already done. I blame Tito more for taking out Wily Mo for defense when we're only up 2. I guess that team meeting didn't do too much good.

I dunno.

It seems like we've seen this movie 30 too many times this year. A starter gets deep in to a game, and then loses it for whatever reason.

Regardless of who is on the mound, Tito needs to start managing these games like game 7. Have the bullpen ready in the later innings so they can come in at the drop of a hat. IMO.

Anyway...

Would anyone like to join me in chugging some...

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<--- That would be the Royals giving the Red Sox a kick in the ***.

Nah, the Sox just took this one in the groin.

Everything that can go wrong, will go wrong. At least it certainly seemed that way. Schilling's pitch count was low, but he wasn't fooling many guys or missing a ton of bats as evidenced by the absurd amount of extra base hits off of him tonight. I thought they should have been happy to get 7 innings of just two runs allowed. With the way the bullpen has performed lately, its no guarantee the outcome would have been any different had Tito pulled Schilling, but it should have been done.

So now I ask you, whats more embarassing for the Sox: getting swept by the Royals or the fact that Burgos was 2 for 2 in save opportunities in the series (including a 1-2-3 9th tonight)?

Oh, and when do the Patriots kick off again?!
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