7.4.11 Never Mind, It's Like Totally Cool.

Pawtucket WINS! 6-3. Poor, poor Rochester.

Kyle Weiland started for Pawtucket and got into the seventh inning before being replaced by Jason Rice. Weiland gave up a couple of runs. You know.

Eric Hacker. Seven innings, six runs, divided equally between the first and fourth innings. Hacker walked Lin and Nava to lead off the first inning, then Lars Anderson hit a 3-run homer. James Kang hit a 3-run homer in the fourth.

I don't know, what else do you want me to say? Ryan Khoury being on the PawSox has done irreparable damage to my psyche. I see the ghosts of forgettable players past.

good night:
1. Oh my god, the patriotic uniforms are hideous. Why don't I live in Canada?
2. Delmon Young, rehabbing with Rochester.
3. I learned on last night's radiocast that Rochester has a real, live organist. His name is Fred Costello. Tremendous.

The title of this blog post is a mnemonic device that ties in with the Fourth of July. One hint: I use it at work.

Maybe tonight's game will be more interesting.

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