Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Marco BOOT-Aro

It was all going smoothly for Clay Buchholz. While not delivering his most efficient outing of the year, he was poised to get through six shutout innings as a lazy pop fly made its way down to Marco Scutaro. The ball skimmed off the tip of the second baseman's glove and an unearned run scored. A while later, thanks to another Papelbon meltdown, the Sox lost another one to the worst team in the AL East, 9-1. If you listen carefully, you can hear hope dying.