Here's a little song I wrote, you might want to sing it note for note...
If there's anyone out there who's still torqued about the game last night, read this...
A year ago tomorrow, Byung-Hyun Kim [stats, news] arrived in town to help save the Red Sox [stats, schedule] bullpen.
Now, one year later, who do the Red Sox need?
Which part of the team - offense, defense, starting rotation, bullpen - needs shoring up?
None of the above.
What, then, exactly is the problem with the Red Sox?
What a development. What a shock this must be, Red Sox fans, even in the wake of last night's one-sided affair, to have nothing else to do but count your blessings with the 2004 Red Sox team, which truly does not have a glaring, gaping, gargantuan-sized hole that needs to be filled.
Of course, you could whine about ``Where's Nomah?'' and ``When's Nomah?'' and ``Where's Trot?'' and ``When's Trot?'' You could quibble with the slow starts from Derek Lowe [stats, news] and Kevin Millar [stats, news]. You could obsess about the Big Four unsigned free agents (who would ever do that?).
But you could also just relax and force a smile. " --(Silverman, Herald)
...and then kindly shut the fuck up.