It's official, Boston Red Sox fans, no more Tampa Bay Rays. How amazing is that to type right now? No more Tropicana Field. No more loud annoying cowbells. No more Evan Longoria. No more bandwagon, arrogant Rays fans. No...more...Tampa...Bay...Rays...for the remainder...of the 2009 season. Just let it sink in for a little bit longer.
The Red Sox officially destroyed all hope that was left on that team by completing the three-game, two-day sweep in classic style. The sweep tied the season series at nine games a piece.
Pitching dominated and flourished with Josh Beckett, Clay Buchholz, and Jon Lester, the trio that'll more than likely be the big three in October (but lets not jump ahead of ourselves).
Here is what they all did:
Beckett's pitching line: 5 innings pitched (rain s ...
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Article written by Amanda Bruno