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    Red Sox 9 Angels 3 Game 1 ALDS

    YA BABY !!!

    Red Sox 9 Angels 3 Game 1 ALDS

    http://boston.redsox.mlb.com/NASApp/...dule/ps_04.jsp
    http://boston.redsox.mlb.com/mlb/dow...04/bracket.pdf

    I'm think'n Sox vs ASStros (bring on CLEMENS !)

    Curt Schilling is the MAN !!!

    The seven-run fourth was the largest in postseason history for the Sox.
    Ortiz got things started with a walk, and Kevin Millar jumped on an 0-1 pitch and smacked it over the wall in left for a two-run homer.

    Jason Varitek (single) and Cabrera (walk) kept the pressure on Angels Pitcher Jarrod Washburn. With one out, Kapler lined a single to right to load the bases. Then came a play that was perhaps the turning point of the game. Johnny Damon hit a grounder to third, and Figgins rightly threw to the plate for the force. But his throw to the plate was wide to the left. The error allowed two runs to score, and set the stage for Ramirez's three-run homer to center that made it an 8-0 game by the time Schilling went back out for the bottom of the fourth.

    Lets GO SOX !!!



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    MIN 2, NYY 0 Game 1 ALDS

    MIN 2, NYY 0
    Twins lead series, 1-0

    http://boston.redsox.mlb.com/NASApp/...ecap&fext=.jsp

    Twins blank Yanks in opener
    Santana shuts down New York; Jones goes yard


    NEW YORK -- Walking a tightrope, swimming with sharks or wrestling a grizzly bear.
    Those hazardous stunts might seem like child's play for Johan Santana after Tuesday night. The lefty already flirted with a different kind of danger -- a powerful Yankees lineup that was given several chances to beat him -- and survived unscathed.

    Santana didn't have his best stuff all night, giving up nine hits, but he battled for seven scoreless innings in a 2-0 win over New York on Tuesday in Game 1 of the best-of-five American League Division Series.

    "I think he pitched with a lot of heart tonight," Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said. "Pretty good stuff, too, but a lot of heart."

    Boosting Santana was four of the Yankees' five double plays on the night -- a new nine-inning postseason record. A sixth-inning solo home run from Jacque Jones also provided a little breathing room.


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