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Astros vs Red Sox at Fenway 10/18

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10 hours ago, Il BuonO said:

I’m happy for ERod, he’s pitched well.

Pitched very well. What scares me is this Red Sox offense is REALLY starting to roll. And just at the right time.

As much as I keep hoping, I don't think anyone can take them down right now... :(

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