Clearly, last week’s circa 2009 Beckster appearance was NOT a fluke. Beckett’s back. With 9 strikeouts and those sexy smirks that always piss off the opposition. His curve ball is more than a game changer. It’s a weapon. Like laser eyes. Superman has laser eyes, right?
And he didn’t get injured! If he can go a few more months without a cameo on the DL, maybe I’ll give him a real super hero alter ego (everyone knows Aquaman is lame. I barely know the difference between DC and Marvel and I know that). Reaching base in 10 of 13 plate appearances. Sure. Okay. I’ll ease up. A little.
Don’t get injured.
A double to up the score and, after yesterday’s outing, it looks like our Youkie-Bear is coming out of hibernation.
When the captain is at the plate, our chance of winning increases by 325 percent. Okay, so I made up that statistic- but I’m noticing a pattern. Are you?
Awesome, awesome, awesome catch, buddy.
Offense picks up on an off-day for Crawford… coincidence?
Here’s a math question for your sixth grader.
If we get one win per Josh Beckkkkkkkkkett (<-see what I did there? You can rave on my cleverness later) outing, and there are 162 games a year, how many wins will the Sox nab in 2011?
I’m glad Fenway has its super heroes back.
Otherwise, who knows who we’d have to rely on?