The Jays seemed like they know they can't beat these guys, no matter how well they play; as a result they've been playing this series like shit. Tonight all the silly play seemed to revolve around Hill; I think everyone on the team is aware his batting is starting to effect his execution on the defense side. Looks to me like Aaron Hill has "Chuck Knoblauch Syndrome".
Bostons CF Darnell McDonald and RF J. D. Drew collide on Overbay's high fly to right-centre.
Hall hits a pop to shallow centre. Gonzalez, Hill and Wells converge, should have been taken by Wells but he stops - and it falls in a triangle between the three. Then Wells picks up the ball and makes an ill advised bullet throw to Overbay covering 2nd, off his glove and off the pitchers glove standing just off the mound. Hall and Varitek stay put.
Gonzalez gloved the ball heading to right field back to Hill covering, he can't get the handle and barely makes the out at second, should have been a DP.
Youkilis at bat: Buck trows a strike to Hill covering second - might have gotten Drew stealing but Hill drops the ball - again.
Middle of the 6th
Toronto Blue Jays and MLB announce the Inter-League series between the Philadelphia Phillies and the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre, June 25, 26, 27 will be played in Philadelphia under American League rules with the Jays playing as home team. The G-20 Summet of World leaders is next store to Rogers Centre at the Toronto Convention Centre. Saw that coming.
Toronto Blue Jays @ Boston Red Sox
May 11th 2010 7:10 PM
Fenway Park, Boston Massachusetts
11 C 54 F degrees
Wind: easterly 12 kph/8mph
- on 1st
= on 2nd
--- on 3rd
r = rbi
<> run plated
p pitch count
/// end of inning
E4t error on 2nd base - throwing
f caught in foul ground
PO pop-up caught
BH base hit
K batter strikes out
Ks batter strikes out swinging
3UA 1st base makes an out, un-assisted
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As this score card thingy starts to work more smoothly I find I'm using ESPN less and less for stats back up. Next is a set of boxes to score pitches.
Thanks to "ESPN Box Score" for fewer and fewer stats.