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Section 10 Episode 168: Don't Let Us Win One

On Episode 168 of the Section 10 Podcast, shit ain’t going so great anymore. We start with a breakdown of game one, making the Yankee Stadium video with Hubbs and Frankie, a random girl making a sexual proposal to me the second that I got to Yankee Stadium, Steve getting on TV, the atmosphere when Joe Kelly came out, the Red Sox playing the Yankees in London, a game two recap, how the Red Sox should’ve won that game, we shit on the jinx people on the internet, how these games are too exhausting for May, how people thought that I actually spit on Frankie, Matt Barnes setting the stage for Craig Kimbrel’s blown save, how it’s weird that I get ripped for not wearing Red Sox gear to Yankee Stadium when I don’t even wear Red Sox gear to Fenway, and how the Red Sox can still get out of here with a share of first place.

Red Sox lottery winner this week is…Brian Daubach! If you’re not familiar, we bought a lottery ball cage with 75 numbered balls. Each week, we pull out a number and each number represents a different Red Sox player from the last 25 years or so. Once we draw the number, we do a five minute appreciation for said player.

Down in the DM — Stephen King came into Legals with a Mookie shirsey on and then another person came in with a Lady Gaga custom Red Sox jersey, what’s weirder? Would you rather be hit by a Jim Buchanan fastball or have Giancarlo Stanton hit a comebacker at you? Does Devers wear No. 11 because that’s how old he was when he came up in MLB? How excited does Rafael Devers get when he hears the ice cream truck coming through the neighborhood and what does he get? Have you guys checked in on Pete “moving out of his house” Blackburn? Which current or former Red Sox player would lick opposing players when confronted?

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