If you happened to miss it, consider yourself lucky.
The battle of the Soxes featured 18 total walks and 16 pitching changes in what McAdam described as “one of the worst games I’ve ever seen in my 26 years covering baseball.”
McAdam added, “That one will go down in infamy. … It became comical after awhile. It was like watching a Monty Python skit unfold.”
At 6-9 and at the bottom of the barrel in the AL East, the reigning World Series champions aren’t exactly getting off to the right start in 2014. The Sox rank 24th out of 30 teams in runs scored in all of baseball, so point your finger at the offense as a reason for the slow start.
“Certainly missing two regulars [Shane Victorino and Will Middlebrooks] — and last night add a third with Mike Napoli sitting one more night with that dislocated finger –two significant bats out of the lineup does impact things. It’s kind of a domino effect "
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