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Wednesday, August 23, 2006

It's not as bad as it seems. Really.

Ok so The Red Sox lost AGAIN last night, which is annoying, and somewhat depressing, I mean 6 in a row, what the FUCK! But anyway, the good news is that The MFY, The Other Sox and The Twinkies all lost as well, so no change in the standings. The Sox remain 6.5 back in the East (Ug!) and 4 back in the Wildcard and we will have another crack at all 3 of those teams in September.

By the way people are talking right now, you'd think the Sox were completely eliminated from contention, but that is not the case. I know this horrid string of losses is enough to make somebody go batshit, but look at the standings before you head for the nearest bridge.

Despite this ridiculous losing streak, The Red Sox are still in the race, for now at least. This West coast trip is going to make or break the season.

Can we please win tonight?!

Positive Vibes people!!

(Oh and GO Padres!! Mikey, you keeping up your end of the bargain? I'm counting on you man!)


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