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Buster Olney joined the show to talk about yesterday's All-Star Game and he thinks people are placing too much importance on the result, and that it should go back to being strictly for fun. Also, as the Red Sox enter the second half of the season, they should focus on winning games and not think about being buyers or sellers.
Mikey, Ryder, Lenny and Caitlin are talking about the big ceremony tomorrow commemorating 100 years of Fenway and about the status and concerns with the pitching and offense.
the Yankees' Joba Chamberlain and Mariano Rivera . Getting there, is another matter. After a rough first outing, Chan Ho Park showed the kind of effectiveness displayed as a Phillie, Wednesday night, for New York, while Scott Schoeneweis offered some
Robertson ’s first offering for a run-scoring single. Things got progressively worse for New York ’s relievers. Chan Ho Park took the loss after he was tagged for three runs (two earned) in the seventh, and reliever Joba Chamberlain
But I guess “Anything Can Happen” in October. What kind of odds would you have given me two years ago that Chan Ho Park would, A) pitch in big spots in the World Series and, B) would do so while looking remarkably like
trail that has been traveled by so many other talented free-agent pitchers, from Mike Hampton to Darren Dreifort to Chan Ho Park to Barry Zito, who ended up being a waste of tens of millions of dollars? Only time will tell. Nonetheless, in the
D. Drew, Kevin Youkilis and Victor Martinez (who had two). It was Youkilis' two-run blast off of reliever Chan Ho Park in the eighth that completed the comeback for the Sox, giving the visitors a one-run lead before Martinez made it
in [lineup]. It’s only been four days but that wouldn’t keep me from pinch-hitting him or using him.” Chan Ho Park , on the disabled list with a sore right hamstring, threw 45 pitches Friday, and Girardi said he threw all his pitches
250/ .250/ .625, 1 homer, 2 strikeouts Ramiro Pena: 0-for-3, 1 strikeout Sergio Mitre: 1-for-2 Chan Ho Park : 0-for-1 [caption id="attachment_24616" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Phil Hughes
rifled it into right field, ending his 0-for-8 start to the season. He did later strike out against Pettitte and Chan Ho Park , both on sliders. -- Scott Schoeneweis, for the second time in the three-game series, looked great against
Okajima's prospects for a bounce-back 2010? (Since we are talking relievers, I'm more than a little bitter that Chan Ho Park has dropped the beard he was sporting for the Phillies last season. He somehow managed to look exactly like James Brolin