Toronto Blue Jays defeat Boston Red Sox, 5-2
If anything could be gleaned from his outstanding performance yesterday, it's that Roy Halladay, the man his Toronto Blue Jay teammates call Doc, doesn't care about much while plying his craft other than the 60 feet, 6 inches that separate the pitching rubber from home plate.
Three base hits before his first out? Oh, well.
Auditioning to start the All-Star Game with the manager in the opposing dugout ? Just another game.
A bases-loaded, no-outs nightmare in a two-...
Mike Timlin stood before his locker yesterday evening, his son at his side, devastation the mood of the hour. Timlin, like Matt Clement, was crestfallen to learn he was not named to the American League All-Star team.
In Clement's case, the lack of an All-Star appointment was rather stunning. In Timlin's case, it was far less of a surprise, the evidence why on display yesterday during the ninth inning of Boston's 5-2 loss to a Toronto team that has taken eight of 11 agai...