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I fell asleep. But the Red Sox won.

Click here to watch Showalter hold back tears. Honestly, I think the commercial at the end is more Showalteresque.

It’s really sad when you have the whole night off and can actually watch a game and then fall asleep at 10 p.m. It’s really said.

We won anyway. I credit Jup and FDA for their faithful awakeness.

Baltimore credits their situation. Seriously.

The bullpen was overmatched with Kevin Gregg serving his three-game suspension, Koji Uehara having pitched in the last three games, and Jim Johnson being the designated closer who never saw a lead in the ninth inning.

Can’t you just say you lost? I mean, we didn’t have Ortiz. Lester’s out. Buchholz is out. And we powered on. Seriously.

And THIS shouldn’t make me happy. Seriously. But it kind of does. What say you now, Joe Maddon?

“It’s not a very optimal position,” Rays manager Joe Maddon said. “But believe me, I’m not losing any kind of hope on this.”

Oh, we believe you, Joe Maddon.

PS- Click HERE for T-Wake’s post game presser.

~L

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  1. exeqnation
    July 19, 2011 at 1:58 pm

    Been meaning to congratulate the Sox on their most excellent season. Hope to see you in the AL Championship series.

  2. July 19, 2011 at 7:45 pm

    Can you really count an inexperienced closer as a weakness when you lose the game 15-10? Even if you had Kevin Gregg (Or Dennis Eckersley), he wasn’t pitching in a blowout.

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