Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox left fielder, crosses home plate after hitting a home run in the first inning of the Red Sox against the New York Yankees game at Fenway Park in Boston, Oct. 2, 1948. Reaching out to congratulate William is the Red Sox third baseman Johnny Pesky, who scored on Ted's Homer. The blow, which put the Red Sox off to an early lead over the Yankee, proved to be the payoff blow, enough to eliminate the Yankees from the pennant chase, as the Yankees scored only one run in the game which the Sox won 5-1. (AP Photo/Abe Fox)
The Gang discuss Clay Bucholz’s recent injury as well as Lackey’s twenty five pound weight loss.