Or, y'know, above .500! That would be nice.
Felix Doubront shook off the ridiculousness of his outing against the Yankees by simply holding strong against the White Sox while the offense scored 10. We wouldn't mind that today, would we Sox fans?
#61 / Pitcher / Boston Red Sox
Oct 23, 1987
|2012 - Felix Doubront||1-0||4||4||0||0||0||0||22.0||22||10||10||3||10||22||4.09||1.45|
#11 / Pitcher / Oakland Athletics
Nov 24, 1988
|2012 - Jarrod Parker||0-0||1||1||0||0||0||0||6.1||7||1||1||0||1||5||1.42||1.26|
Not much to say on Parker other than that he is sadly not another junkballer. Hopefully his unfamiliarity does not trump his inexperience.
|BOSTON RED SOX||OAKLAND ATHLETICS|
|Mike Aviles, SS||Jemile Weeks, 2B|
|Ryan Sweeney, RF||Brandon Inge, 3B|
|Dustin Pedroia, 2B||Josh Reddick, RF|
|Adrian Gonzalez, 1B||Yoenis Cespedes, CF|
|David Ortiz, DH||Jonny Gomes, LF|
|Cody Ross, RF||Kurt Suzuki, C|
|Jarrod Saltalamacchia, C||Kila Ka\'aihue, 1B|
|Marlon Byrd, CF||Anthony Recker, DH|
|Nick Punto, 3B||Cliff Pennington, SS|