Listen, Tim, you've been going for this #200 thing for like, a month now, right?
You know how, when you're good, the offense and defense screw things up? And you know how the offense didn't score until it was down to using backups in half the positions?
Still following me? Now think back to the last time you won. It was that time you gave up seven runs in six innings.
So clearly things don't work normally around you. Here's my advice:
Let the offense score 20 and bail you out.
(Please don't actually do this)
|BOSTON RED SOX||KANSAS CITY ROYALS|
|Marco Scutaro - SS||Alex Gordon - LF|
|Mike Aviles - 3B||Melky Cabrera - CF|
|Adrian Gonzalez - 1B||Billy Butler - DH|
|Dustin Pedroia - 2B||Eric Hosmer - 1B|
|Josh Reddick - RF||Jeff Francoeur - RF|
|Jarrod Saltalamacchia - C||Mike Moustakas - 3B|
|Carl Crawford - LF||Salvador Perez - C|
|Ryan Lavarnway - DH||Chris Getz - 2B|
|Darnell McDonald - CF||Alcides Escobar - SS|
#49 / Pitcher / Boston Red Sox
Aug 02, 1966
|2011 - Tim Wakefield||6-5||26||17||1||0||0||0||121.1||123||77||66||19||34||66||4.90||1.29|
The opponent tonight is Felipe Paulino, who actually has been pretty good but even more screwed then Wakefield in the win category.
#59 / Pitcher / Kansas City Royals
Oct 05, 1983
|2011 - Felipe Paulino||1-5||14||13||0||0||0||0||83.2||84||40||35||6||28||75||3.76||1.34|