Sunday, August 7, 2011

Watching Lackey

Joy of Sox summarizes the experience well:
I'll take Lackey's line [yesterday] against the Yankees every time out, but it wasn't pretty. His only 1-2-3 inning was the first. In the third and fourth, he threw a total of 59 pitches. The dread of a meltdown is so strong that when Lackey strands a runner or two, the pervasive feeling is relief that he made it through another inning instead of realizing that he pitched all right except for a hiccup (or two).

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