August 28, 2008

Theres no need to fear Dustin Pedroia is Here

What a statement game by the Sox last night. Byrd Man was wheeling a dealing scattering hits and making the big pitches to get out of jams. I always thought he would fit the Sox for some reason, maybe I just like the Old Tyme wind-up he has. Bay had a nice triple that Abreu somehow botched catching. It's almost as if the Yankees are sabotaging their season or something. Conspiracy theory? No Abreu just sucks A$$. Last but not least how about Pedroia and the granny last night. Nail in the coffin. Quintessential corn in the...You get it. I somehow had the feeling he was going to put that one out. He just takes massive hacks when he smells a green light and man did he put that game away. Surprisingly that was his first career grand slam. I'm sure many more to come.
The Question that Rem Dawg brought up "Is he the Sox M.V.P? Is he the A.L. M.V.P?" Remmy thinks so without a doubt, might be a little biased as a former Sox second baseman. I'm not 100% sold yet on A.L. M.V.P, but I'm certainly thinking he is at least the Sox M.V.P. If the Sox win the division he def gets serious consideration for A.L. M.V.P. I mean this isn't supposed to happen to the Sox or to second year players in general. You're not supposed to go into Yankee Stadium with ice water in your veins. When was the last time a young Sox team went into Yankee Stadium and but their foots on the Yanks necks like this? Never?
I know the Yankees look flat and don't have pitching. That doesn't take away from the fact that the Sox young guys came in and got the job done without Lowell, Drew, and Beckett. 2 out of 3 was the goal Check. A sweep that ends the Yanks hopes will be that much sweeter.
Cue the MUSIC!

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