Post by vermontsox1 on Jul 24, 2020 13:08:01 GMT -5
7/24 Red Sox (RHP Nathan Eovaldi) vs. Orioles (LHP Tommy Milone) 7:30 pm ET, NESN/WEEI
7/25 Red Sox (LHP Martin Perez) vs. Orioles (RHP Alex Cobb) 1:35 pm ET, NESN/WEEI
7/26 Red Sox (RHP Ryan Weber) vs. Orioles (LHP Wade LeBlanc) 1:35 pm ET, NESN/WEEI
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Torn between following the Red Sox this season and just following Mookie on the Dodgers. I suppose Devers' facial expressions will probably keep me in the fold.
The lesson of the Mookie saga for me is that we should treasure the time we have with great players. Who knows how long Xander, Raf, and AB will be here? I couldn't throw away a season of them to watch somebody else's guy.
Post by chrisfromnc on Jul 24, 2020 14:38:08 GMT -5
Been waiting a long time for this thread. I need a sports distraction more than I can ever remember. I honestly don’t care if the 2020 Sox stink (I prefer that they’re super). I’m glad to be watching baseball.
"We really don't need the whole commercial break/warm-up routine every time a new reliever comes into the game. It certainly made sense in 1884 when they only switched pitchers when the starter was attacked by pickaxe or caught consumption, and no reliever was warming up because he was busy gambling and drinking." - JD