• The Unit At Fenway

    Posted by on September 30th, 2005 · Comments (2)

    On April 14th this season, Randy Johnson pitched at Fenway Park. He went 7, but he allowed 5 runs. Edgar Renteria and Jason Varitek did a lot of damage to him in that game.

    On July 16th of this season, Johnson again pitched at Fenway – going 6.3 IP and allowing 4 runs. He got the win in the game – but, allowed HRs to Manny Ramirez and Mark Bellhorn.

    Prior to this, it’s been a long time since Johnson pitched in Fenway – it’s at least four years, probably six years.

    On average, against Boston this year, as a whole, Johnson (in 5 starts) has averaged pitching into the 7th inning and allowing, on average, 2.6 runs to score.

    The Yankees need Johnson to do this tomorrow – go into seven, allow less than three – if they’re going to have any chance at all.

    Comments on The Unit At Fenway

    1. hopbitters
      October 1st, 2005 | 11:34 am

      “On July 16th of this season, Johnson again pitched at Fenway – going 6.3 IP and allowing 4 runs. He got the win in the game – but, allowed HRs to Manny Ramirez and Mark Bellhorn.”

      Oh, so that’s why we have Belhorn.

    2. Raf
      October 1st, 2005 | 1:09 pm

      Nice Steve, but I’d rather have a 3-hit shutout CG

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