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Red Sox Game 73 Recap: Wins feel good, even when you’re in last place.

Highest WPA: Clay Buchholz, .187
Lowest WPA: Pablo Sandoval, -.097

Maybe even moreso when you’re in last place, because at least then they’re a break from the normal misery? I mean, let’s think about this: winning is fun and losing isn’t. If I could, I’d win at everything because winning is fun. But I can’t, which is why winning is such fun when you aren’t doing it so much.

Oh, uh, the game. Right. So the Red Sox failed to score until they fell behind by a run, which in 2015 is usually a sign that we’re all going to get kicked square in the dicks for another night because this team finds one-run deficits impossible to overcome for some stupid-ass reason. Instead they put up five runs in a single inning (!), David Ortiz hit the ball like it was 2005 and not 2015, and the team strolled to an easy victory. Everyone left with injuries, but they should be fine. Oh, and Clay Buchholz looked like Ace Clay Buchholz and not Human Dumpster Clay Buchholz. I don’t even know what I should say.

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