Sox one-hit BC, 24-0 in seven innings

Yeah, it was a good old-fashioned whupping. Check out the box score and you’ll see what I mean. Eric Campbell managed the only hit of the game for Boston College, a single off reliever Javier Lopez (don’t worry, Campbell bats righty).

Josh Beckett whiffed four of the six hitters he faced, throwing 18 of 25 pitches for strikes. Basically, you could have put mannequins in there and they’d have done almost as well. Every Red Sox pitcher fanned at least one, and Manny Delcarmen and Bryan Corey looked good finishing it out. Sox pitchers issued zero walks, which is great.

George Kottaras went 2-3 with two doubles, and Tony Granadillo hit a grand slam in the 4th. Lots of players got some at-bats, things are looking great. It’s kind of hard to argue with 24 runs in seven.

The Sox face Northeastern University at 6PM, then travel to face the Twins tomorrow at Hammond Stadium.


One Response to Sox one-hit BC, 24-0 in seven innings

  1. Pat says:

    It’s nice to see everyone is healthy. I read this on extra bases:

    “In the meantime, the scheduled third hitter for BC in the top of the sixth is sophomore Sam Shaughnessy, the Newton North grad and son of a certain Boston Globe scribe. He’ll be facing Manny Delcarmen.”

    and thought to myself, “poor guy, doesn’t stand a chance”.

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