I want to know how Ervin Santana is going to twist Tuesday's start into the media's fault.
He lasted 23 pitches in the game, threw 10 for strikes, and got blasted.
He allowed five runs on four hits - two of them triples - in 1/3 of an inning, and left trailing 5-0.
So, you're telling me that after one terrific start in Fenway Park that Santana is back? Uh-uh. No way.
There were several Angels followers (I will save names to protect the ignorant) with blogs and filling up message boards that they believed in Santana and the guy everyone saw in Boston two starts ago was the real deal.
Sorry, folks. What happened Tuesday is what this kid is all about.
This is the Santana everyone knows. This is the Santana nobody loves. This is the real Ervin Santana. Whose fault is this? Not mine, nor my fellow beat writers.