Wednesday, September 23, 2009

No use crying over spilt beer

Game Date: September 23, 2009
Boston @ Kansas City 
Red Sox 9, Royals 2 / Box Score
WP: Beckett (16-6), LP: Hochevar (7-11)
KC Home Runs: None
Royals Record: 63-89 / Record in September 13-8

The most entertaining moment of this game might have been the fun Ryan and Frank had with the video replay of the young woman who accidentally spilled her beer on the camera man in right field. It sure wasn’t the six run Red Sox explosion in the fifth inning against Luke Hochevar.

We could get excited about Mitch Maier’s three hits or Yuniesky Betancourt’s three hits. But in reality, this came turned into a dud after Hochevar allowed another big inning. I know he just tossed a shutout, but I still think he’d might be better suited for long relief.

With all of the injuries in the rotation, the Royals are going to give Anthony Lerew a shot tomorrow night. He’s been pitching in NW Arkansas and over his last ten starts he’s 6-2 with a 2.42 ERA. He’s coming back from Tommy John surgery. He’s pitched for the Braves, but not successfully. In 21.2 innings of work with Atlanta, spanning three seasons, he has an 8.31 ERA and a 1.985 WHIP. Yikes. But if you look at his career Minor League numbers (53-44 with a 3.52 ERA in 176 games) you can see why the Royals signed him.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

the girl who spilled that beer was sooooooo freakin hot. and a sox fan to boot.

Jacqui said...

Actually, I considered crying as I was escorted out. I was really hoping to see it on youtube but I can't find it anywhere.

kmac said...

I've still got the game on my DVR...

Jacqui said...

any chance there is a way to put it on youtube from there? ... the girls I was with still haven't seen it and it is no where to be found

Lee Warren said...

I doubt that it'd stay up on YouTube long since it would be a violation of TOS.

Anonymous said...

lol TOS... who cares. put it on youtube kmac! im sure there are far worse videos to be seen

kmac said...

I'll look into that tonight. I'm sure there's a way to make it happen.

 
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