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Red Sox: Lost Weekend

By: josh q. public on: Monday, August 10, 2009 @11:23 am

Red Sox: Lost Weekend

Sippin’ on coke and rum, I’m like so what I’m drunk.  It’s the freakin’ weekend baby, I’m about to have me some fun.  -R. Kelly

Public Service Announcement:  Ok, here we go!  Like my main man Bart Simpson always says, “Ay caramba!”  I didn’t see this one coming.  Not in any shape or form did I see this one coming.  A sweep at the hands of the Yankees?  Nope, did not see it coming.  Not even a little bit.   

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again.  I meant what I said and I said what I meant.  An Elephant’s faithful, 100%.  I meant it when I said the Red Sox are better than the Yankees.  I still say it and I still mean it.  But they weren’t better this weekend. 

This weekend, the mighty mighty Red Sox extended their scoreless streak to 31 innings.  31 innings!  Yikes!  The Red Sox extended their scoreless streak to 31 innings before Victor Martinez’s two-run bomb off Phil Coke ended it on Sunday night.  Hooray Victor Martinez!  It was the most consecutive scoreless innings within one series that the Red Sox had ever experienced at the hands of the Yankees.  You can’t expect to win like that.

You can’t win when you let A-Broad reinvent himself either.  On Friday night, Alex Rodriguez’ 15th-inning jack broke up a scoreless tie to beat my beloved Red Sox.  Last night, he broke another scoreless tie with a seventh-inning jack and the Yankees went on to a 5-2 victory.  Go back, Jack, do it again.  Wheels turn round and round.  Say what you want about A-Broad, Lord knows I do, but get this:  The man so often derided, even by Yankees fans, for not being clutch, became the first player in major league history to snap scoreless ties by going yard in the seventh inning or later twice in one series.  How about that?

How about this?  A-Broad ain’t the only one who made history this weekend.  Old friend Johnny Damon and the one who got away, Mark Teixeira, made some history of their own.  Last night, Damon and Teixeira hit consecutive bombs in the eighth inning.  You saw them.  You saw Damon’s game tying bomb and Teixeira’s winner winner chicken dinner.  Back-to-back, Jack.

If you did see them, you saw them go back-to-back for the sixth time this season.  You saw them set a Yankees’ single-season record for back-to-back jacks.  You saw them break the record shared by Gary Sheffield and Alex Rodriguez, Lou Gehrig and Joe DiMaggio, and Gehrig and Babe  Ruth.  Just so you know, the M&M BoysMickey Mantle and Roger Maris went back-to-back only four times in 1961.

Shake it off Red Sox fans.  Fear thee not.  This thing ain’t over.  Not by a long shot.  Just chalk it up as another lost weekend.

Public Spectacle:

Peace out homies. Six two and Even!

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    Andrew Says:

    It's about as close to over as it can get unless Wakefield comes back and the bullpen get its act together.

  2. 2

    depends on what you mean over. division? who cares. playoffs? red sox are in baby!

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    John Says:

    The sox are done… They'll be lucky if they get the wold card.

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    they'll get the wold card. i promise you they'll at least get the wold card. if nothing else, they get the wold card.

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    Now, where was I? Oh yeah, hey Pete Rose, your bookie wants to know where that Blue Ribbon is?
    After the Mets lost weekend to the Padres, I cant even see the wold card anymore.
    Seriously though cake eater, how do you justify that hole "Sox are still a better team" yipping and yapping, hasnt looked that way since the all-star brake

  6. 6

    dont you worry about it

  7. 7

    Worry about what? The Mets not showing up on the wold card dopplar?
    The demise of the RedSox?
    The Pabst Blue Ribbon boiling on your back porch in the scorching sun?

  8. 8

    all of it
    1) now you have nothing to lose
    b) was it over when the germans bom…. oh you know
    %) pabst cans NEVER skunk

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    eyebleaf Says:

    What a FANTASTIC weekend

  10. 10

    why, how'd the jays do?

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