Found October 16, 2013 on RedSoxLife:
The Guru Contributing Writer Red Sox fans were not the only ones tired of hearing about Justin Verlander's walk-on water performance in the 2013 playoffs. Check out Jonny Gomes reaction to Fox Sports resident oompa loompa Ken Rosenthal following John Lackey's  6-2/3 shutout innings, eight strikeout performance: <br /> <A href="http://msn.foxsports.com/video?videoid=8435c5be-60e4-4642-87bc-5875fa20143e&src=v5:embed:syndication:&from=shareembed-syndication" target="_new" title="Gomes talks Game 3 against Verlander">Video: Gomes talks Game 3 against Verlander</A><br /> In just one season in Boston, Jonny Gomes proved himself as not only a clutch hitter, but one of the Red Sox most colorful characters since Kevin Millar. Follow The Guru on Twitter @TheGuruGS More musings from The Guru.
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