Let me set the scene for you.
The Red Sox fall behind early and big in a game against one of the league's best pitchers. It looks like it's heading for the "L" column.
The Sox fight back. They get the game tied, then grab the lead. They hold the opposition scoreless from the middle innings until the ninth. A win is in sight.
Then their closer gives up two home runs, both bombs, one ties the game, and the other loses it, as the Sox drop a heartbreaker.
Sounds like May 17th against New York at Yankee Stadium, right? Correct.
It also happened tonight in Colorado.
Another inexcusably atrocious outing from Jonathan Papelbon.
I don't know why I'm not angrier about this. I guess deep down I was expecting something like this would happen.