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Good Day, Good News, Good Finish. I guess.

     Don't doubt this man:

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     Say what you want about Daisuke Matsuzaka, but there are way worse pitchers out there. Evidenced by his 6-inning, 2-run performance yesterday afternoon, the man can pitch. Bard pitches two beautiful innings, Papelbon goes 1-2-3 in the 9th, add in a two-run homer from Darnell McDonald and an oh-my-god second-deck shot from Papi, and the Sox take the game 3-2, from the Jays. 

     Though a rather well-played game, one of the highlights was when All-Star Adrian Beltre pulled his hamstring running to first base after a groundout, and being lifted from the game. But wait! Put the gun back in the drawer, he says he is fine, and can play in the All-Star game, so let's just hope he doesn't and is raring to go in the second half, with Hermida and the rest of the boys.

     In other great news, Josh Beckett threw a great rehab start at Triple-A, with four K's and no walks in 4 innings, apparently touching 97. So we have that to look forward to, since nobody wants to watch tonight's Derby.

     No, I'll probably tune in to watch Ortiz, if nothing else. I am kind of disappointed that Jose Bautista wasn't invited to the event, seeing as he leads the world in home runs, but whatever. I think Ortiz takes it. He's back, baby.

     So, Good luck for Papi tonight, hope everybody enjoys the break as much as the various ravaged body parts of the Boston Red Sox.




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