Rays 5 Red Sox 4: Willy Adames, man of the hour

DRaysBay
Rays 5 Red Sox 4: Willy Adames, man of the hour
Rays 5 Red Sox 4: Willy Adames, man of the hour

Breathe in, breathe out It's 6:55 and I've been in a state of nervous anticipation for, I'd say, about 12 hours, although work did afford some distraction. Are the players this nervous? I sure hope not. Thanks to a few years of yoga and those natural childbirth classes I've learned to work on relaxation techniques and I'm using them all now. Breathe in, breathe out. 7:10, the game finally starts. Charlie Morton hasn't been lights out of late but he's probably the guy I want on the mound tonight. He's a good pitcher and will know how to control the moment. In the first inning, he is ON. Fastball is sharp, that curve just drops into the strike zone. He's ahead of everyone and has a one-two-three

Scroll to continue with content
Ad

What to Read Next