Posts tagged "trevor plouffe"

Delayed Rationalization - Unusual sources of stability

Delayed Rationalization - Unusual sources of stability
Grabbing wins, reducing the magic number, and moving on to the next one is all that matters from here on out.  So maybe just saying that the Sox won, and Detroit lost should be enough. But ESPN had that information hours ago, so let’s indulge. The hope was that Hector Santiago could deliver the game... Read more »

Instant Rationalization - Peavy gets Twinned

Instant Rationalization - Peavy gets Twinned
Jake Peavy allowed eight hits and three runs in the first three innings of the night against the Minnesota Twins.  The first part of that sentence would make it sound like Jake got shelled, the last two words give away that something else was amiss. Denard Span legitimately had Peavy’s number, crushing two doubles deep... Read more »