Mission ’13, Game 29: Red Sox win 3-1

This interested me, so I thought I’d take a look.

Pitch Count

  Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Series Total Series Per Game Ave. Year-to-date 162 game projection
Boston (Opposition) 141 149 164 454 151 4206 23,496
Toronto 186 159 170 515 172 4432 24,758

It’s not as conclusive as I thought it might be. Anyways, it was more interesting than watching JA Happ walk 7 batters and the Jays do nothing meaningful offensively after the first batter of the game.

They’re 10.5 GB and they haven’t even played 30 games yet.

Wes Kepstro

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2 Responses to “Mission ’13, Game 29: Red Sox win 3-1”


  1. 1 Idiot Fan May 3, 2013 at 8:54 am

    Who would have thought that Ricky Romero would be counted upon so early in 2013. I figured after the AS game (if at all) unless our rotation struggled. Well it has struggled. We need RR badly


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