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View Poll Results: How many games do the Red Sox win?

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    Red Sox (19-18) @ Twins (17-19)

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    Boston Red Sox -vs- Minnesota Twins






    Game 1

    Tuesday, May 13 - 8:10 ET
    TV: NESN



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    LHP Felix Doubront vs RHP Ricky Nolasco


    Name IP ERA K/9 BB/9 BABIP
    Doubront 35.1 5.09 6.11 3.82 .297
    Nolasco 44.2 5.64 5.64 4.44 .342







    Game 2

    Wednesday, May 14 - 8:10 ET
    NESN



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    RHP Jake Peavy vs RHP Kevin Correia


    Name IP ERA K/9 BB/9 BABIP
    Peavy 43.2 3.09 8.24 5.15 .239
    Correia 38.1 6.34 4.70 2.82 .331







    Game 3

    Thursday, May 15 - 1:10 ET
    TV: NESN



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    RHP Clay Buchholz vs RHP Phil Hughes


    Name IP ERA K/9 BB/9 BABIP
    Buchholz 36.9 6.44 6.69 2.79 .375
    Hughes 41.1 3.92 6.97 1.31 .328

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    I have a bad feeling Peavy is going to get lit up this series, and I have no faith in Doubront or Buchholz. Gonna need the offense to show up in all three games, I think.

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    1 out of 3. I think our pitching will hurt is a little this series.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pittz View Post
    I have a bad feeling Peavy is going to get lit up this series, and I have no faith in Doubront or Buchholz. Gonna need the offense to show up in all three games, I think.
    Thank you Ortiz haha

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    Peavy control is deserting him. Too much walks, bad for a flyball pitcher.

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    Good lord this team it's always something. The one night the offence steps up the pitching decides to take a large dump on getting a victory.

    It's a good thing the entire AL East sucks this year because any other year atleast 1 or 2 teams usually distance themselves from the rest of the pack by now. This division is highly overrated, in 2014 I'm saying.
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    Lost last night, hope we get the win back tonight.
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    Ortiz is just on another level right now.

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    Ortiz looks like he finally is in decline mode

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    Papi in World Series form.

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    JBJ's slash line is deceiving. In the games I've been able to see, he has made a lot of solid contact that has gone for outs; Not finding holes or line-drives directly at fielders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AI View Post
    JBJ's slash line is deceiving. In the games I've been able to see, he has made a lot of solid contact that has gone for outs; Not finding holes or line-drives directly at fielders.
    15% LD and .305 BABIP. Doesn't really suggest that he's unlucky, he just needs to adjust and start getting that hard contact more consistently. I'm confident that will come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AI View Post
    JBJ's slash line is deceiving. In the games I've been able to see, he has made a lot of solid contact that has gone for outs; Not finding holes or line-drives directly at fielders.
    The same could be said for Sizemore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomar View Post
    15% LD and .305 BABIP. Doesn't really suggest that he's unlucky, he just needs to adjust and start getting that hard contact more consistently. I'm confident that will come.
    Haven't been able to see a lot of games this year or follow as closely as I'd like to, but these last few games that I've seen, he's been stinging the ball for outs.

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    Xander bating 2nd today, that's where I would like to see him moving forward.

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