Go Red Sox!

Today the Red Sox demonstrated why they won the 2004 World Series while the Yankees sat home last October. Led by Edgar Renteria's fifth-inning grand slam homerun, the Sox had 27 hits and won 17 - 1. What makes it even better, it was in the Bronx.

Big Papi, designated hitter David Ortiz addressed the Red Sox slump over the last dozen games on MLB.com:

"I think it's pretty good for us to come out of a little slump that way," said Sox designated hitter David Ortiz. "One thing we haven't been doing is hitting like we did today. This is a really good offensive team, and we haven't been swinging the bats. This game today gives everybody more confidence and lets people believe that we still have really good hitters."