Boston Red Sox's  Kevin Youkilis watches his teammates play during the sixth inning of a baseball game against the Chicago White Sox in Chicago, Friday, Sept. 4, 2009. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)

What’s the No. 1 rule of Fight Club? You don’t talk about Fight Club. The same can be said about what the Chicago White Sox did last night to the Boston Red Sox. Sometimes, things are best left unspoken.

And by the way, judging by the look of Kevin Youkilis’ face last night, I think we can expect big things from his this afternoon.

This Byrd start just doesn’t fly [Boston Globe]

Thinking hard about Bard [Boston Globe]

Kotsay shows he’s still a valuable part [Boston Globe]

Dice-K says he’s ready [Brownie Points]

Red Sox look ahead in lopsided loss []

Red Sox out to rebound behind Wake []

Bowden recalled in case Wakefield falters [Projo Sox Blog]

Long night for Byrd, Tazawa [Providence Journal]

Dice-K is efficient, though unspectacular, in Pawtucket start [Providence Journal]

Red Sox journal: Guillen sings praises of Youkilis, Pedroia [Providence Journal]

Limited playing time irks Lowell [Providence Journal]

Five Questions About the Sox Pitching Staff After a Blowout Loss [Alex Speier –]

ChiSox rock Paul Byrd in a rout [Boston Herald]

Tim Wakefield ready to give it another go [Boston Herald]

Mark Kotsay seeks no revenge [Boston Herald]

For more slices of Boston Red Sox goodness, head over to the Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Hartford Courant and Providence Journal websites.

And if the enemy papers are more your style you can check out the Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago Tribune or the Arlington Daily-Herald websites.