As I was gathering my thoughts to write about last night's Boston Red Sox and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim game, I didn't really know what to say. I thought about not writing anything at all because I wasn't sure if there were any words to describe what happened.
Then I thought about it some more.
If you wanted to know how the 2012 season has gone for the Red Sox, all you needed to do is watch last night's game.
Things started out swimmingly for them as they got off to a 6-0 lead. And if you turned off the channel and came back 20 minutes or so later, the Red Sox were losing 8-6. By the time all was said and done, the Angels walked out of historic Fenway Park with a 14-13 win in 10 innings and a three game sweep of the local nine.
So what did the Red Sox in last night?
Obviously it wasn't the offense. They did their collective jobs.
Dustin Pedroia led the way with four hits and five RBIs, including a 3-run blast in the 2nd inning. Pedro Ciriaco had a four-hit effort while...