September 6, 2008

Questions? We talkin about Questions?

The Pats are set to open up tomorrow against Herm and the Chiefs. Some say this year the Pats have big questions regarding the offensive chemistry, secondary holes, and back-up QB. Well I say what questions. Have you seen this year's Laryokee hosted by the Pats vet Larry Izzo? This answers all those questions. Except maybe the secondary issues, but you know Ty Law is one call away. Gotta love it when your teams back-up QB can get down to NKOTB. Com on you know you sorta liked them too.

September 4, 2008

Buntin is a Habit. Put it in the Ayer!

Just like I said this is not your daddy's Red Sox team. They can hit the long ball, out pitch you, and yes play small-ball. The Sox proved they could get it done and beat you any way possible yesterday with an exciting 5-4 walk off win...On a bunt single by Coco Crisp; thanks to a pebble. The Orioles bullpen blew this one big time, but the Sox will take the sweep right on to Texas. Ohh and Pedroia hit another bomb to give the Sox their first run of the game. MVP??? I'm just saying.
All this while Tampa Bay is losing division games and can't bring in any fans while sitting atop the AL East in first place. 13,478 I'm pretty sure some High School football games I've been to have drawn more fans. But, when your team lives in Paradise where everyone is hitting the beach up I guess you have bigger things to devote your time to. Sorry Tampa Bay the Sox are going to rain on this parade. Not even you can stop it Dickey V with your upbeat attitude and wonderous ACC commentary. Take your PTP'ers & diaper dandy's on the Rays and shove em up your Arse. Ahhahahahahhahahhahahhaahhahahhahahahahhahahahahaaha!

September 3, 2008

Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey What is going on Here?

With the Pats a couple days from beginning another record breaking season in comes Pedroia and the Sox to steal the thunder. The Sox are in the middle of a great run for the playoffs and have started to establish themselves as a tough team to beat. Since dumping one of the greatest hitters ever to live the Sox have found their identity. At first they couldn't score runs that changed quickly and last night is a great example of that change. Pitching by Jon Lester got the job done scattering six hits, four walks, one run and getting some good team defense. But the hitting of the Sox was the story torching O's pitching for 14 runs on 20 hits. Ortiz had 4 RBI's while Pedroia kept up the MVP chatter with 5 RBI's, his 16th dinger, and 43 double on the season; all from the clean-up slot mind you.
This kid is playing on a different level. He is reaching Bird, Orr, Ballgame, and Brady level that you just don't see ever athlete reach. It happens when a player can't do any wrong they come up with the big shot, goal, hit, or throw when they need to. They drive opposing players and coaches crazy with their inability to make a poor play. It's lights out time where they can do no wrong. It is something fans are lucky to behold you know your guy is gonna take your team to the next level. Nobody saw Pedroia being this good, except maybe Theo (trading Hanley Ramirez) for know Pedroia was his guy. We are all just lucky to have this guy and this team that has found the chemistry to overcome the injuries and loss of Manny from the lineup. It seems every night another guy is getting the job done either in the field, on the mound, or at the plate. Hopefully the Sox can carry this over to the postseason when it matters. Something tells me they will or Pedroia will kick all their asses.

Teddy Ballgame

Teddy Ballgame
#9 on the field #1 in our hearts.