If last nights Red Sox 15-8 loss to the Twins had been a football game Bill Belichick would bury the ball in the end zone and say, "fuggedaboudit."
While it's no crime to lose by a seven on the gridiron, it is another thing to lose by a touchdown on the diamond. However, these types of nights happen over the course of 162. Someone tell John Farrell to bury Dan Shaughnessy in the outfield and fuggedaboudim.
It was a weird night all around; the excitement for rookie Allen Webster was short, a comeback seemed possible-grand slam from Gomes, 9 runs scored, Sox had the lead and that was after an inning. Then Not-Quite-A-King Felix Doubrant looked disinterested, the wheels fell off, fans headed home to watch the Bruins and did I see Darnell McDonald warming in the pen? Oh, and of the 14 players that got a hit, David Ortiz wasn't one of them. Weird night indeed. Hitting streak over.
Big Papi's streak started July 2, 2012 and ended May 8, 2013. Over 97 at-b...