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Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Taking the good with the bad...

By the time this afternoon's game had ended, I did not even realize it was a whole new game that had been played, since my computer's scoreboard checker did not change from the 'Red Sox 1, KC 0' it had been displaying from last night.

The good news, The Sox got the win and the MFY lost, giving us a 1.5 game cushion. There's a long way to go in this season so I don't want to start getting fixated on the standings just yet.

The Sox have a difficult game on tap tomorrow, a make-up with Texas in the afternoon before flying out to Seattle to play the Mariners. Thankfully Shill is on the hill, so I am confident that he and The Sox will get it done tomorrow.

They've got a killer cross-country trip once the game ends though and that will be tough.

There is word on the street that Wake has a stress fracture in his rib (thanks to Beth for the link). That is bad news. The Sox have yet to confirm this info. I'm going to knock on wood (a.k.a. my head) and hope for the best here.

David Wells seems like he's just about ready to return to the rotation. I'm not his biggest fan, but the sooner he can get back, the better. He should bring some duct tape and a ball of string with him. You never know when The Sox are going to need it with all of the injuries to our pitching staff lately.


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