The Boston Red Sox owe Sydney Sweeney an apology after embarrassing 28-5 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays
Thank god for the Boston Red Sox. While the Philadelphia Phillies were getting embarrassed at Citizens Bank Park by a miserable Chicago Cubs team, up in Boston, things were looking even worse immediately after Sydney Sweeney threw out of the first pitch at Fenway Park.
After Sweeney threw out the first pitch, the Red Sox lost to the Toronto Blue Jays 28-5 and the city of Boston should be forced to apologize.
Sydney Sweeney Red Sox First Pitch
Sydney Sweeney might not be invited back to Fenway again. I’m honestly not sure why the Spokane, WA native was there in the first place while the Seattle Mariners are dominating in the Pacific Northwest, but that’s beyond the point.
Overall, the pitch looked pretty good. If the Red Sox were smart, they would have kept her on the mound for the actual game. I’m not sure if you could get much worse than the slop they drug out to the mound last night.
Boston’s starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi only survived 2.2 innings, allowing eight hits and nine earned runs. Austin Davis then entered the game for 1.1 innings, allowing four hits and five earned runs. Up next was Kaleb Ort, who coughed up seven hits and eight earned runs in less than an inning of work. Darwinzon Hernandez then allowed six hits and five runs (four earned) in 1.1 innings.
Toronto Blue Jays Inside The Park Grand Slam at Fenway
This reminds me of when Olivia Rodrigo was at Citizens Bank Park earlier this season when the Phillies blew a six run, ninth inning lead in an 8-7 loss to the New York Mets. I was disgusted that the Phillies would do that with Rodrigo in attendance and I’m beyond disgusted that the Red Sox let this happen to Sweeney.
Sydney Sweeney had the entire city of Boston and Red Sox fans at Fenway looking like this last night
Sweeney needs to be smart here.
Take a page out of Sylvester Stallone’s book and vow to never return to Fenway Park ever again.
The first regular season game at Lincoln Financial Field was on September 8, 2003. The Eagles played the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday Night Football. It was the Inaugural Game and the Buccaneers defeated the Eagles 17-0 in their new stadium. Stallone said that after attending that game, he would not go back to Lincoln Financial Field. He did’t want to turn into a jinx against the Eagles where “anytime Rocky is in attendance we lose.”
You are more than welcome in Philadelphia anytime, Sydney. xoxo