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Saturday, May 28, 2005

No Joy in Mudville (Except that World Series Seven Months Ago, We Liked That)

The Red Sox, coming off a thrashing up in Toronto this week, dropped a frustrating game Friday night at Yankee Stadium. Up 3-1 and looking to press the advantage, the Red Sox somehow had two guys thrown out at home in one inning (how is it that Dale Sveum is still the third base coach?!?). Then the Yankees quickly go up 6-3 in the next half inning, with the bullpen getting rocked for the millionth time this season.

You know, winning the World Series one season doesn't really change things a whole hell of a lot the next. It still sucks to lose.