Okay, not really. But it was an excuse to break out that SG line, which I think of every time I see or hear about the actual Boof. I can't even remember what context that was in, really, and I don't know what the reference is that's probably being made there, but what can I say. When I see Boof, I think about someone calling for his head.
I wouldn't go that far, but I'd be okay with a hanging wedgie in the visitors' clubhouse at the Jake for putting what had been a respectable 3-0 contest completely out of reach for the Sox. And if Joe Nelson were put in a headlock and given a savage noogie, I also wouldn't object.
In the meantime, if anybody's figured out how to stay mad at Justin Masterson, let me know.