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Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Sox / Royals - If you can't beat these guys, we have a serious problem RSN...

Ok, as I write this, the Red Sox / Royals game is in progress and the Sox are losing the game, 2-0 K.C.

It's only the bottom of the 2nd so there's still plenty of time left in the game to get the scoreboard fixed.

I don't need to remind you that the Royals win / loss record currently stands at 38-73. Without trying to be too disrespectful, I mean K.C. is a professional baseball team, but come on Red Sox, if we can't beat these guys, we have a problem, a serious problem. This is a team we need beat. End of story. Statement of the mutha-fuckin obvious.

As ms. brightside so aptly put it:

"I swear, if the Red Sox drop a single game against the Royals, I will personally chop off my left leg and mail it to them with the following message: "See what you're doing to your fans?"

That pretty much sums it up, I think.

We are in trouble. 6-4 K.C. The Red Sox can't get a win against the worst team in baseball. The hell??

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I can't take watching this team right now. The Red Sox are down 6-4 Wily Mo just grounded into a double play.

I think I will go sharpen my tools... :(

Thank God it's almost football season. Patriots to the rescue.

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