I have felt confident about this team the whole series. Game Six makes me a little nervous though. Buchholz has not shown the stamina since returning that we need to see on Saturday. If he performs we will be fine.
How about those RED SOX!
Posted 19 October 2013 - 06:47 PM
Almost game time. Here is hoping Clay fares better than Clayton did in his own Game Six.
Posted 19 October 2013 - 09:18 PM
Well, this is what I was afriad of. Clay was great through five but simply does not have the stamina, allowing the first two to reach in the sixth. Bullpen must now come through to preserve the slim 1-0 lead. Come on Sox!
Posted 19 October 2013 - 09:26 PM
We crap. Dammit Morales. Should have brought in Breslow, I do not care what inning it was.
Posted 22 October 2013 - 06:57 AM
I think it goes 6. I am on the fence as to which team wins. When the playoffs began I felt the two teams that could beat us were St. Louis and Oakland and I think the series is one incredible match-up.
-We do not have the DH advantage AL teams normally enjoy with Craig coming back.
-We have the pen advantage as long as you only go three deep. After that it swings their way.
-They have the best pitcher in the series with Waino, but I think Lester can beat him at least once due to the Cards weaknesses against lefties.
-I do not trust Peavy at all and Clay does not have much stamina at this point. That being said, Shelby Miller hit a wall weeks ago and the rest of their rotation after the top 2 do not scare no
I think who wins the series comes down to Lackey v. Wacha. If either wins both of their starts then that team wins the WS. If they split then it goes seven and with Clay v. Kelly on the mound and all hands on deck it is a total crapshoot.
I may think differently if I had money on it, but since I do not I am going to say Lackey completes his redemption tour by out pitching Wacha and winning MVP. Sox in 6.
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