A team trying to collapse

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    Re: A team trying to collapse

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    I'm the culprit and am more than happy to attest to the fight still in the Sox, who came roaring back thanks to their bats.  Late error by Iglesias was on a tough play.  

     



    Look what you started, Max.  Just desserts.  

     

    Looks like the Red Sox succeeded in spite of their efforts to collapse.  Kind of like Max Bialystock.  

     
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    Loosing two games to the yanks is just sloppy baseball.  So far tonight the bats are silent.  The sox have a history of going down hill after the all star break, I hope this isn't going to happen this year.  They need to play better against the rays.  If they are bumped out of first place they have no one to blame but themselves.














     

     
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    I thought they won 2 of 3 from the Yankees.


    If a manager doesn't have confidence in his ball players, even when they're going badly, they're not going to have confidence in themselves. And when a ballplayer's confidence is gone, you haven't got a ballplayer - Birdie Tebbetts

     
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    Multiple bad plays yesterday and tonight and, really, no good plays.  What did Casey Stengal say about the early Mets?  Can't anyone here play this game.  Inept standout has to be Salty.  




    What do you mean collapse? They went 5-5 on a tough road trip, took 2 of 3 from the Yankees and lost the opener to Tampa, who's playing .900 baseball over their last 25 games.

     
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    67Sox said it right. The Sox do have a history of swooning after the AS break. Even last year the Sox were 43-43 at the break and only ended up with 60 something wins. Hopefully Lester can straighten himself out and Buchholz can eventually come back. Keep it up Doobie/Lack!

    Meanwhile the whole offense just keeps grinding out at bats. 

     
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    67Sox said it right. The Sox do have a history of swooning after the AS break. Even last year the Sox were 43-43 at the break and only ended up with 60 something wins. Hopefully Lester can straighten himself out and Buchholz can eventually come back. Keep it up Doobie/Lack!

    Meanwhile the whole offense just keeps grinding out at bats. 




    You don't think the trade in August had something to do with that record?

    They were besically sending the Pawtuckett Sox out there in the last 7 weeks of the season.

     
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    Re: A team trying to collapse

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    Loosing two games to the yanks is just sloppy baseball.  So far tonight the bats are silent.  The sox have a history of going down hill after the all star break, I hope this isn't going to happen this year.  They need to play better against the rays.  If they are bumped out of first place they have no one to blame but themselves.














     



    You are increditiably out of touch in almost every facet of life.

     
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    67Sox said it right. The Sox do have a history of swooning after the AS break. Even last year the Sox were 43-43 at the break and only ended up with 60 something wins. Hopefully Lester can straighten himself out and Buchholz can eventually come back. Keep it up Doobie/Lack!

    Meanwhile the whole offense just keeps grinding out at bats. 

     




    You don't think the trade in August had something to do with that record?

     

    They were besically sending the Pawtuckett Sox out there in the last 7 weeks of the season.

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    I think that it had less to do with it than you do.

    Beckett was giving them a chance to lose more often than win.

    Crawford was providing them a .270 AVG with no speed.

    Adrian was offering a nice average, but no power.

    Punto was offering...wait, what was he offering again?

     
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