Monday, October 29, 2007

Red Sox discover the secret to winning - a good team


"After all those years of watching the Boston Red Sox lose the way Troy lost at war, it's become apparent the problem wasn't the Curse of the Bambino or bad karma or any of the other paranormal forces Boston fans blamed.
Now that we've seen a good team, it's something of a revelation. I mean, who knew what it meant to have a legitimate ace in Josh Beckett and quality starters behind him; who knew what it meant to have a reliable set-up man in Hideki Okajima and a lights-out closer in Jonathan Papelbon; and who knew what it meant to have role players like Dustin Pedroia and Jacoby Ellsbury who might not hit 30 bombs but could contribute in other ways.

I mean, who knew it could be this easy. I just wonder why it took over 80 years to figure it out."

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