Apparently we're doing this whole "baseball" thing again. This time, though, it doesn't feel like there's a point.
If the Red Sox win, then they're still just one up in the loss column. If they lose...it's a tie.
It's not logical, obviously. This game is a separate entity, and all the Sox can do is to win as many games as they can. But somehow this one just doesn't feel too good.
|BOSTON RED SOX||BALTIMORE ORIOLES|
|Jacoby Ellsbury - CF||Matt Angle - CF|
|Marco Scutaro - SS||J.J. Hardy - SS|
|Adrian Gonzalez - 1B||Nick Markakis - RF|
|Dustin Pedroia - 2B||Vladimir Guerrero - DH|
|David Ortiz - DH||Chris Davis - 1B|
|Jed Lowrie - 3B||Robert Andino - 3B|
|Conor Jackson - LF||Nolan Reimold - LF|
|Jason Varitek - C||Ryan Adams - 2B|
|Darnell McDonald - RF||Craig Tatum - C|
#41 / Pitcher / Boston Red Sox
Oct 23, 1978
|2011 - John Lackey||12-12||26||26||0||0||0||0||149.2||187||107||103||20||51||101||6.19||1.59|
#17 / Pitcher / Baltimore Orioles
Feb 11, 1987
|2011 - Brian Matusz||1-7||10||10||0||0||0||0||43.0||68||48||47||15||19||33||9.84||2.02|
Go Sox! Even if it feels so...empty.