Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Game Sixteen: And The Rest Is Silence

In Oakland last night, the A's not only put the Red Sox in a corner, they took their wallet, their keys, their hat, their lunch money, and their passport in a 5-0 whitewashing. Lefty Brett Anderson was simply dominant, first, last, and always, and while John Lackey pitched well for the first time in the Obama Administration, (ed. note: not true, just seems true) major league baseball teams historically are 0-20000 when scoring zero runs or fewer. (ed. note: statistic made up for dramatic effect)

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