Grouping everyone together continues to be the most efficient way to do this. I don't care about the homers from Ross, Salty, and Nava, because that was the extent of production from those guys. They were completely embarrassed in game 1, by getting held to just 1 hit. A better fight was put up in game 2, yet they struggled to get runners in scoring position and fell short as we expected. Game 3 was lost in the 1st inning and they marked themselves as the worst Sox team since '66.
Are you kidding me? I know the team is horrible, but 6 1st inning runs surrendered by Aaron Cook and 3 by Stewart is shameful. They combined for 3.2 innings, 12 hits, 11 runs (11 ER), 3 walks, and 1, just 1 strikeout. As we thought, Felix Doubront gave the Sox their best shot at a victory, but the offense sucks and can't produce more than 3 runs in a game. I can't wait for Thursday.