Saturday, April 07, 2007

Slumber Party

The Sox wasted a solid effort from Tim Wakefield last night in Texas, dropping a 2-0 decision to the Rangers. The bats were inept from the get-go, and Ranger starter Robinson Tejeda looked like the second coming of Bob Gibson. They get back at it again tonight, with Julian Tavarez toeing the rubber for the good guys.

On a happier note, the Yankees continue to lose to crappy teams on their season-opening homestand. The Orioles beat the Yanks 6-4 last night, ensuring that the Sox remain in first place for another day. I've said it once, I've said it a million times - April and May is the time to put some space between the Bombers.

College hockey's national championship game takes place tonight in St. Louis with the BC Eagles taking on the Spartans of Michigan State. As much as I hate, detest, and loathe all things BC-related, they deserve to win the crown. They've been playing as good as anyone in the nation over the past month, and they've got a kid named Nathan Gerbe (all 5' 5" of him) who is a game-changer. I'll be on the couch tonight, live-blogging the BC-Michigan State game. Not.

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