Saturday, April 07, 2007

Tim Wakefield may want to consider suing the Red Sox offense for non-support.

The Sox lost to the Texas Rangers 2-0 yesterday. Wake pitched very well, giving up one earned run on three hits in six innings. Unfortunately, the Sox offense couldn't get anything going against Robinson Tejeda in seven innings and the Sox dropped to 2-2 for the season.

According to the Boston Globe, the Sox scored a grand total of six runs for Wake in his 11 losses last year and no runs five of them. Wake's not going to win the Cy Young, but he's generally agoing to keep you in the game. That's not going to help, though, if they don't score any runs for him.

Extra Innings has already started paying for itself. I watched the Yankees lose to the Orioles last night. The best part was when A-Fraud was came up as the tying run in the last of the 8th and strike out with no one out. You have to love it.


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