Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Thoughtful Red Sox End Angels Losing Streak

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Just lost four straight games at home? Can't get your superstar line-up going? Please come to Boston for the Summer. The Red Sox mustered just three runs against the Angels worst starter and fell to the Halos, 5-3. Aaron Cook once again proved that he is a four inning pitcher—tops. And in the world of denial that is your Boston Red Sox, Cook said after the game: ''I felt pretty good. I felt like I was making pitches." Yeah, and those pitches resulted in 11 hits in 5 innings. This is the worst Boston baseball team since Joe Kerrigan's Happy Warriors trod the Fenway turf in 2001. Yeesh!