Never before have I been so happy to see a (non-Yankee) starting pitcher get shelled.
I think the Sox have finally hit on a winning formula: the nine-run inning. If they can get one of those each game, I think they should be in pretty good shape (bullpen and defense be damned).
Speaking of nine-run innings, I know Chan Ho Park isn't very good, but why exactly did the Rangers trade a starting pitcher for another hitter? Is offense their main problem?
Sportscenter, on the umpires botching the call on Kapler's HR: "Rogers clearly gives up a home run, but the arbitrator reduces it to just a double."