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Red Sox 2007 Season Report Card

Posted by Brad on November 1, 2007

All right!  It is finally time for the long-awaited 2007 Red Sox season report card.  This is where you get to yell at me the most, where I give the starter for most of the year at each position a grade, and you’ll disagree (it’s inevitable).  I’m going to count the playoffs a little more so than the regular season.  I know its been a while since I last posted, so I might be off my game a little…  Here Goes…

First Base- Kevin Youkilis

Yooooooooooouuuuuuk!  Kevin Youkilis had a really solid season, batting .288 in the regular season and .388 in the postseason, to lead the team.  He played really good defense, with only four errors all year, including the postseason.  In the playoffs, he led this team, especially in the last three games of the ALCS.  Without this guy, we may not have won the World Series.  Although he had a few tough streches, he was consistently one of the better hitters on the team all year. 

The thing that really boosted his grade was his postseason performance, though.  Along with his .388 batting average, he hit four homeruns with ten RBIs (without even playing the last two games).  In my opinion, he should have started at first base in the last two games of the Series.  Grade: A-

Second Base- Dustin Pedroia

This rookie (the clear-cut rookie of the year) definitely got off to a rough start back in May.  And, I wil admit that I was one of the people calling for Alex Cora to be at second.  But, this guy clearly proved me wrong.  He ended up having one of the better seasons on the team, batting .283 in the postseason and a stellar .317 in the regular season.  Really, the only thing that takes away from him is his speed.  For a second baseman, he is slow (his legs are pumping, but he ain’t goin’ nowhere).  It would be nice if he had more speed.

But, he led us to victory, leading off in the last few days of the ALCS against the Indians.  This guy and Youk were integral oarts to our comeback in the ALCS.  He made six errors, which isn’t great, but not horrible, either.  There are a couple things he can improve on in the offseason (speed and fielding), but speed will help his fielding.  He was great in the postseason, though, so….  Grade: B+ (could be A-, but…)

Third Base- Mike Lowell

This guy was clearly the most consistent player on the team the entire season.  He consistently hit the ball hard, even at 33 years old.  He hit .324 with 21 homers and 120 RBI, to lead the team.  He also came up big in the postseason, batting .353 with two homers and 15 RBI.  The only weak spot was his 17 errors, including the postseason.  Although this is understandable considering he is at third, it is a little less than one-fifth the teams total errors, which is concerning (the only guy with more?  Guess who… Julio Lugo).

Despite this, though, he was the World Series MVP and the clear regular season MVP of this ball club.  This is the guy we really need to re-sign to a one or two year deal.  Although he commited all those errors… Grade: A

Shortstop- Julio Lugo

Sighs, why oh why did we sign this guy.  He was clearly the weak spot on the ball club from the beginning of the year all the way through to the postseason.  He couldn’t hit (although he had his moments), he couldn’t field (he led the team in errors) and, the worst part?  We’re stuck with him for a few more years.  After hitting .237 in the regular season, he went on to hit an okay .271 in the postseason.  Also, he led the team in errors with a horrendous 19 errors.  Yes, 19 errors (that’s 23% of the teams total of 81 for you math impaired).  What more do I have to say?

Here is what else I have to say, although he led the team in steals, and did have some big hits in the postseason, the negatives FAR outweigh the positives.  Sorry to do this, Julio, but…  Grade: D-   

Left Field- Manny Ramirez

Manny was, as usual, the best postseason player on the team.  He may go down as the greatest postseason player in the history of baseball.  In the regular season, he batted .296 with only twenty homers and 88 RBI.  Although his regular season numbers were a bit low, he came up big in the postseason, batting .348 in the playoffs with four home runs and sixteen RBI, to lead the team in the playoffs.  Basically, this guy is the greates postseason player in the history of the Sox.  He actually had eight outfield assists, to lead the team in the regular season which boosts his grade.

But, his slow performance in the regular season brings his grade down a bit.  Although Dustin Pedroia got a B+ while playing better in the regular season, he didn’t play at the level of Manny in the postseason, so he is slightly lower…  Grade: A-

Center Field- Coco Crisp

Although the center fielder in the World Series was Jacoby Ellsbury, this guy was the starter for the majority of the year.  This was unfortunate.  He did not play at the high level we expected when we got him from the Indians.  He batted only .268 in the regular season (coming from a guy who was supposed to be a leadoff hitter).  In the playoffs, he hit a disgraceful .182.  But, the thing that makes thios guy a tough choice is his fielding.  He performed at a Gold Glove level in center and made some huge plays (including that last out in the playoffs).

I’m having a hard time choosing a grade for Coco, as he played a perfect center field throughout the year.  But, he was even worse in the regular season than the postseason.  This is tough, but… Grade: D+

Right Field- J.D. Drew

*Sighs*  Why did J.D. have to perform so well in the postseason?  If he had stayed like he did in the regular season, he would be failing.  Unfortunately, he hit well in the postseason, including the BIG grand slam.  In the regular season, he was batting .270, which actually isn’t half bad.  In the postseason, he was batting an awesome .314 with 11 RBI and that Grand Slam.  He did make six errors, though, which isn’t great from a right fielder, as it is the outfield.  He was one of the integral parts of the postseason roster, though, which makes this tough.

But, this is the toughest choice fore me to make so far.  But, he just didn’t perform most of the season.  I’m honestly not one hundred percent sure what to choose for this grade, but, I have to choose… Grade: C

Catcher- Jason Varitek+

Oh goodness.  What an odd year for the captain of the champions.  He very quietly had a mediocre campaign for the Sox.  He batted only .255 in the regular season with only 68 RBI.  And, he hit only .269 with 10 RBI in the postseason as the captain.  As usual, though, he was a solid backstop.  But, he is on the decline as a player, and it showed in him this year.  I really wish he could have had a better year, because he is a likeable guy that you don’t want to give a bad mark to.

He had a mediocre season at best for the Sox, and I just can’t give him that great of a grade.  After a raise for leadership… Grade: C+

Designated Hitter- David Ortiz

BIG PAPI!  Although he had a rough year powe-wise, he was injured for most of it, and still played through the injury, which is a plus.  He batted .332 with 117 RBI and 35 homers in the regular season.  In the playoffs, he came up big, batting .370 with three homers. Since he is a DH, he didn’t field, but looked okay in the World Series over at first base.  He is going to have a lower score, though, because of his slow start to the year.

He had a tough, injury-plagued power year by his standards, and did nothing near the beginning of the year.  So…  Grade: B+

Pitching

Overall, the pitchers pitched quite well this year.  Josh Beckett was unbelievable, Curt Schilling was okay, Dice-K had a tough regular season, Tim Wakefield was good by his standards.  Jonathan Papelbon was his usual awesome self, and Hideki Okajima was a very pleasant surprise.  Some of the weak spots?  Well, Eric GAGne was horrible, Brendan Donnely wasn’t grwat while healthy and Julian Tavarez did have a high ERA.  For the most part, though, the pitching staff was quite good.

Basically, the mistake of Eric GAGne was a big one, and brings the score down considerably.  Overall, though, this team had a great rotation and a solid bullpen, overall, though… Grade: B+

Overall Grade

No, this isn’t and average grade, it is looking at the season as a whole, and any time you win the series, it’s gotta be… Grade: A+

And there you go, the 2007 Red Sox report card!  Now, the seaon is officially over!  It’s time to get pumped about the Pats, Eagles, C’s and B’s (well, somewhat at least)!  It’s been a great season, and lets hope these other teams can get it done!

Talk at ‘ya later.

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World Series- Game Three

Posted by Brad on October 27, 2007

Allright, we’ve got a big game tonight, Game Three of the World Series as the series shifts over to chilly Denver (why didn’t they put on a roof?).  Daisuke Matsuzaka will be taking the bump against Rockies righty Josh Fogg (add the extra “g” for Game Three loser [sorry, there’s nothing better with a “g”]).  Josh Fogg has a 1.13 ERA in the postseason while Dice-K has a 5.65 ERA in the postseason.

I am worried for Dice-K in this particular matchup (what else is new?).  He has never pitched in such thin air before, and so I expect him to struggle in the early innings as he tries to adjust to that and the temperature.  The Rockies batters are used to this, and so I expect them to hit him (to an extent…).  I would expect to see Javier Lopez used for a couple innings, as he used to pitch for Colorado and is used to the weather.  I think he’ll be able to pitch well.

As for Fogg, I think he will pitch pretty well.  Since he isn’t exactly an ace (he ALMOST wasn’t the game three starter), I don’t think he will completely shut down the Sox bats.  But, I expect the Sox, who have only had been there a few days, to have some troubles.  But, overall, Fogg will pitch fairly well and give the Rockies a fighters chance to win the game (but remember, the extra “g” doesn’t stand for great…).

You’ll notice I am talking about the weather a lot.  Well, if you ask any doctor, they’ll tell you that it is much harder to breathe if you are not used to it.  This is why I think the Sox could struggle in Denver.  This team has a legitamate home-field advantage, not just the fans.  They had one of the best home records in all of baseball, and that is not a surprise, as they should.

The Sox bats will be quieter than in the first game, similar to Game Two.  I think they’ll be able to get 3-4 runs across, but that is it.  I DO think Manny is going to have a big night (obviously) and Big Papi is not (see below).  I think Pedroia is going to get on base and give Papi the chance to drive in runs, but he’ll leave them stranded.  J.D. Drew is finally going to cool off (it’s just a matter of time) and Julio Lugo is actually going to play well (gotta love the bold predictions).

The Rockies bats are going to enjoy being back at Coors.  This team will be re-energized by the fans (and by the nippiness) and the bats will come alive, to an extent.  Matt (it’s a) Holliday is going to play well and drive in a couple, while Todd Helton will to the same.  I think Yorvit Torrealba is also going to break out of his funk, as he bats a much higher average at home than away.  Unfortunately (for the Rockies), these are going to be the only guys hitting.

All right, I mentioned David Ortiz earlier, and how he is going to have a slow night.  Well, here is why I think Terry Francona should have stuck with Kevin Youkilis at first base as we go into the NL park.  Kevin Youkilis has a higher batting average, more RBI and more HR in the playoffs so far.  Also, I think it is clear that ‘Youk is in better athletic shape than Big Papi.  So, Big Papi is going to have a harder time breathing that Youkilis (no offense, David).  I would rather see Ortiz come in as a late inning pinch-hitter than risk it.  I realize he is one of the greatest clutch performers ever (see, I can be nice, too), but ‘Youk deserves to be in there.  So Terry, I’ll go for it for one game, but David better perform in these three games (or if we lose, “you’re fired”).

Obviously, if we win this game, the series is pretty much over (unless the Rockies pull a Red Sox).  I think Dice-K and Fogg are going to pitch pretty much equally in this game, and it is going to come down to the bats.  The Sox bats are just going to play better than the Rockies tonight.  I’d love to pick the Rockies in this game, but there is a reason why I called this blog “bosoxfriends” (’cause I love the Sox, for you idiots out there), and I predict the Sox will beat the Rockies in a close one, by a final of 4-3.  I wouldn’t be surprised if this one goes into extras (which would stink for me, ’cause I have church in the morning) but we’ll pull it out in the end.

Also, Jacoby Ellsbury will be at the top of the lineup tonight, instead of Dustin Pedroia.  I like this move because Ellsbury es my rapido (very fast, a little espanol).  He can make stuff happen at the top of the order, and don’t think we’ll regret this mistake.

And, I’ve neglected to talk about the Bruins as of late, and so lets talk about their game today against the Flyers, shall we (not really a question, because I’m the writer)?  They lost to the flyers this afternoon by a score of 2-1.  The Bruins record fell to a solid 6-4-0, while the Flyers improved to 7-3-0.  The Bruins got their goal from Marco Sturm, while the Flyers got their goals from Joffery Lupul and Mike Richards.

Tim Thomas played well in this game, recording 26 saves and giving up only the two goals.  But, he was outplayed by veteran Martin Biron.  No-one expected the Bruins to continue playing at the level they had been playing at near the beginning of the season, and I think they have begun their fall from grace (if they ever had grace), as they have lost two of the last three games.  I don’t think they will malke the playoffs, but will (hopefully) stay in the hun the whole way.  I hope I am wrong (honestly, I am a B’s fan, but it’s so easy to make fun of them), but I don’t think they can do it.  Sorry fellow Bostonians.

By the way, I would like to apologize for telling you guys the OSU-PSU game was last night.  Try to keep an eye on that game TONIGHT.

Talk at ‘ya later.

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Pats Roll Over ‘Fins, Sox Game Six, Sox Game Seven, B’s Win

Posted by Brad on October 21, 2007

Big day in Boston Sports.  Not only did the Patriots play the Dolphins earlier today, but the Sox are playing the Indians in Game Seven of the 2007 ALCS.  It sure is a big day in Boston.

The Pats played the Dolphins earlier on today, and absolutely dominated (steamrolled, creamed, destroyed, etc) them by a final score of 49-28.  Unforunately, the score does not indicate the actual murdering that the Pats put on the Dolphins.  And, Tom Brady had a monstrous day.

Tom Brady went 21/25 for 354 yards and an unprecedented six touchdowns.  He had a perfect passer rating of 153.3, the eighteenth man to do this in the history of the NFL.  By the way, he had limited action in the second.  I’m not going to explain the math of the passer rating to you, because that would take an entire post, but it is really hard.  If you really care, check out Wikipedia (just don’t try doing it yourself, it’s a pain).  He was unbelievable.  Wes Welker had another huge game, with nine catches for 138 yards and two TDs, as he made his return to Miami.  Randy Moss had a huge game, with four catches for 122 yards and two TDs.

Cleo Lemon actually had a pretty good game as the Dolphins quaterback.  He went 24/37 for 236 yards and one interception.  It’s no 153.3 passer rating (it’s actually 71.5) but it’s still pretty good for a backup with no Chris Chambers anymore.  Ronnie Brown rushed for 76 yards on 17 carries (he left game in third) and Jesse Chatham ran for 73 yards on only seven carries.

Rodney Harrison had seven tackles and one sack in the game.  Tedy Bruschi also had ten tackles.  Randall Gay had an interception for the Pats defense.  Laughingly, Matt Cassel came in and was 0/2 with one interception that went for a TD (a passer rating of zero).  Nonetheless, Tom Brady came back into the game as that made the game 42-21. 

Since the Pats played an almost perfect game, all I can talk about is how bad the NFL passer rating system is (verrrrrrrry bad).  Although it makes sense, the system they use in college is better.  Tom Brady came into the game with a perfect passer rating and threw a touchdown.  But, it can’t go up (because he was at the Maximum, for you lazy readers).  That is the problem, the NCAA has a max rating of 1,261.6 and a minimum of -200.  This is better because it is almost impossible to do (How do you do it?  Throw a 99 yard TD on EVERY pass attempt).  This makes much more sense because you can improve.  I would suggest using the NCAAs system so it makes more sense.  It essentially has no maximum, so if you do something like Brady did, it actually goes up.

Anyway, moving onto the Red Sox.  They beat the Indians last night in Game Six of the ALCS by a score of 12-2.  Curt Schilling threw a great Game Six, which also gives us some bullpen flexibility for Game Seven (see below).  We also got some help from a former enemy…

Yes, I admit it.  J.D. Drew won Game Six for us (please pause as I rinse my mouth out with soap… thank you).  No matter how you look at it, he is the reason why we won.  He went 3-5 with a Grand Slam in the first and five RBIs.  He was the player of the game (along with Curt Schilling, of course).  According to MY scoring (I’m tough on guys…), Kevin Youkilis was 3-4 with one RBI and two runs.  My man Jacoby Ellsbury was 1-5 with an RBI single (he makes stuff happen!).  He also had a line shot that would have been three bases, but Grady Sizemore made a spectacular catch.  Julio Lugo was 1-4 with an RBI base hit (really?).  Manny Ramirez broke up his 15 game hit streak in ALCS games.  He and Varitek were the only guys without a hit (wait, J.D and Julio played well, but Manny didn’t?  The world is coming to an end).  Varitek was the only guy not to score a run, and he, Big Papi and ‘Youk were the only ones not to score in the third, in which they scored six runs.

Curt Schilling went seven innings, giving up six hits  and two runs while striking out five batters.  He picked up the win in a game in which he gave up a homer to Victor Martinez and an RBI sac fly to Jhonny Peralta.  In a game that could have been his last start, Curt cam through.

The Indians batters did not look good.  Victor Martinez was 2-4, Ryan Garko 1-4, Trot Nixon 2-3 and Casy Blake 1-3.  Those were all the hits the Indians could muster off of Schill, Javier Lopez and Eric Gagne (see below).  Their first three batters (Sizemore, Cabrera, Hafner) were a combined 0-12 with two strikeouts.  If the Indians want to win, they’ll have to play better than that.  The Red Sox pitching also gave up ZERO walks, which is encouraging.

As for Eric GAGne.  He was able to prevent himself from gagging last night.  He pitched a perfect night (God forbid).  And he was facing the heart of their order (Hafner, Martinez, Garko).  Of course, though, he wasn’t able to do this in the eleventh inning of Game Two (not that I’m still holding a grudge).  Also, Jacoby almost made a great play in center field on a Ryan Garko liner.  He backed up to the wall, leaped, and the ball went off his glove.  Why is this relevant?  The idiot Tim McCarver thinks Crisp would have made the play (HAHAHA Tim, you’re hilarious).  He wouldn’t have, trust me.  Jacoby is as good of a fielder.

Now, lets do a quick preview of the Red Sox Game Seven matchup.  Dice-K will be going up against Jake Westbrook at the Fens tonight at 8:00.  Westbrook pitched really good in Game Three, going 6.2 innings giving up only two runs.  Dice-K wasn’t so good, he gave up four runs in 4.2 innings.  He’ll have to pitch much better if the Sox are going to win tonight.

I would like to see Jon Lester on the bump tonight, but I’m fine with him coming out of the bullpen as long as he comes out as soon D-Mat gets in trouble (probably around the 3-5 inning mark).  To me, Lester is the choice, especially after his nice performance a couple of games ago.  I would also like to see Josh Beckett come out of the pen.  If he is ready to go, we should get 2-3 solid innings out of him.

Also, not only will the Sox need some production out of Manny, Papi, etc, they’ll need production out of their bottom-of-the-order guys, including Jacoby.  He needs to be the spark plug in this game.  The key will be getting to Westbrook early and often, and I think they will.  Westbrook isn’t that good of a pitcher and he might not be able to stand the pressure.

The key for the Indians will be to get to Dice-K early, as he is another pitcher who is bad (especially Dice-K) when he gets into trouble.  If they can do that, they should be able to score some runs.  If they let him get in a groove, we should be able to pull out the victory.

Quickly, the (fourth place *gasps*) Bruins defeated the Rangers in a shootout yesterday, winning 1-0.  Both goaltenders were amazing.  Boston keeper Manny Fernandez gave up no goals with 26 saves, including the shootout (no way!), while New York keeper Henrik Lundqvist gave up no goals in regulation and one in the shootout, with 19 saves.

The only goal went to second year pro Phil Kessel, who has three goals on the season.  He had three SO winners for the Bruins in his rookie campaign.

The Bruins improved to 5-2-0, fourth in the Eastern Conference (wow).  No-one could have predicted this kind of start (if you claim you did, you are a liar).  Although I expect them to stay in the playoff hunt, I expect them to come up short in the end (darn, and I thought Kessel would be hoisting The Cup).  But, at least they are relevant again. 

Talk at ‘ya later.     

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Pats Win 48-27, Sox Game 3

Posted by Brad on October 15, 2007

The Pats beat the Dallas Cowboys 48-27 yesterday, in a game hyped to be one of the best of the year, great game, etc, etc (so much for that).  Despite the fact Brady had his head out of the game (see previous post), he was still able to go 31/46 for 388 yards and five touchdowns (a career high). 

Suprisingly, Kevin Faulf was the leading rusher for the Pats, running for 50 yards on only thirteen carries.  The leading receiver for the Pats was Dante Stallworth who had 136 yards on 7 catches and one TD.  The surprise, though, was Wes Welker.  He had 124 yards on 11 receptions and two touchdowns.  Randy Moss was heldo to six catches for 59 yards and his weekly TD.

The Cowboys, on the other hand, played better in the first half than the second half, which is a typical (did I use that correctly?) for them.  Tony Romo only went 18/29 for 199 yards, two touchdowns and an interception to Junior Seau (luckily, he didn’t hold it out like he was flying this time).  Julius Jones led the way rushing, gaining 51 yards on six carries.  The Cowboys had only FIFTEEN rushing plays in the entire game.

Although the Cowboys did hold a lead for a short time in the first half, it didn’t last long, and the Pats controlled the entire game.  If not for some bad Brady incompletions, the Pats might have been able to double up the Cowboys.  I can’t explain the Brady incompletions, but I just hope it doesn’t happen against the Colts, because they’ll make you pay for it (even though their defense isn’t elite, the turnovers on downs will just give Peyton the ball).  Also, the O-Line seemed to struggle against the Dallas defense.  They allowed three sacks, equal to the number they had allowed up till yesterday.

Nonetheless, it was a great game played by the Patriots.  Although the Cowboys made it interesting in the first half, they just couldn’t stop the Pats in the second half. 

Also, I can’t believe the people who already are talking about the Pats going undefeated this season.  yes, they are looking amazing so far, but ask me AFTER the Colts game.  That will be the true test.  If they can win that game, they’ll have a shot at going undefeated.  Until then, don’t even mention it (*coughs* idiots on ESPN).

Moving on the the Red Sox.  They’ll be playing Game Three of the ALCS against the Cleveland Indians tonight.  Daisuke Matsuzaka will go up against Jake Westbrook.  The series is tied 1-1.  As the series moves to Jacobs Field, I worry about the Red Sox.  After the Terry Little debacle, I worry that Dice-K won’t show up tonight.

Although he has had a good rookie campaign overall (emphasis on GOOD, not great), I don’t have any faith in him to pitch well consistently.  Does that mean he won’t pitch well tonight?  No, but I am not counting on it.  Also, the Indians bats are confident after demolishing Curt Schilling, one of the greatest postseason pitchers ever.   Matsuzaka did not pitch amazing against the Angels, and the Indians are much better.  Look for him to get into an early jam.

As for the Indians, they have all the momentum going into Game Three.  Although this isn’t an amazingly pivotal game, it is still very important.  I do think Wake will get it done in Game Four, but that is not a guarantee.  This is a HUGE game for the Sox.  If they lose this game and Wake loses the next, we’re down 3-1.  If we win, I think we are guaranteed to win the series, as Josh Beckett will be pitching Game Five (an automatic win).

As for the bats, the Indians come into the game fresh off a big eleventh inning in Game Two.  Although I think we would have won the game had Gagne not pitched yesterday (not that I hold a grudge…) they still scored seven runs in the inning, giving them confidence.  They had seventeen hits in Game Two, and every starter except Casey Blake recorded at least one hit.  Also, their biggest power threat has looked good in the series, going three for eight with one homerun. 

The Sox bats looked good on Saturday, as every starter got on base at least once.  Ramirez and Ortiz slowed down a bit, only going two for eight combined (although Manny hit a homer), so expect them to light it up tonight (I mean, only .250 combined in the game, that’s no good).  J.D. Drew and Mike Lowell both went two for five.  Despite that, I’d rather see Bobby Kielty or Jacoby Ellsbury in there in right.

As for Eric GAGne, just don’t use him, Terry (notice my lowered level of criticism).  He is horrible.  I know you can’t stick him on the inactive roster now, but please.  I’d rather see ANYONE.  Anyone at all.  I bet if you asked Fox, almost all of NEw England probably turned the station when he came into the game.  PLEASE.  Use JD Drew if you want, I don’t care, just don’t use Eric.  Thank You.

Talk at ‘ya later.    

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