After another long day of baseball and a split of the two games, let’s take a look at what’s being written in the local media.

Jeff Goldberg tells us that today is Connecticut Day at Fenway Park. [Hartford Courant]

The Sox may not be a mirage says Sean McAdam. [Providence Journal]

Amalie Benjamin writes that eight was enough for Daisuke Matsuzaka on Saturday. [Boston Globe]

Kason Gabbard will be called up to start today’s game versus the Braves pens Michael Silverman. [Boston Herald]

Bill Reynolds says the Red Sox bandwagon needs more cars. [Providence Journal]

The magic number was 11 before yesterday’s second game writes Jeff Goldberg. [Hartford Courant]

Gordon Edes tells us about Kason Gabbard, Mike Lowell, Jon Lester and Edgar Renteria in his Red Sox Notebook. [Boston Globe]

The drama didn’t end with Matsuzaka’s lastest start writes Steve Buckley. [Boston Herald]

Michael Silverman tells us about Kason Gabbard, Wily Mo Peña, the Red Sox rotation for the Yankees series, and Hideki “Darkman” Okajima in his Red Sox notebook. [Boston Herald]

Mike Lowell has a good approach at the plate says Steve Buckley. [Boston Herald]