Sunday, October 07, 2007

That seemed a heck of a lot easier than it should have been.

The Sox swept the Angels today, taking the Division Series and moving on to the ALCS. It was a tight, 2-0 game until the Sox broke things open with 7 runs in the 8th. Curt Schilling was the hero, going 7 shutout innings for the win. The Sox were so far ahead, they let Eric Gagne pitch the 9th (and he gave up a run).

The Angels never seemed to be in this series. They only scored runs in two innings, and the only pitcher they seemed to have any success against was Daisuke.

The Yankees won tonight, preventing all four series from being sweeps. I'm hoping it goes five games, wearing out both teams pitching staffs.


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