Farrell's horrid lineup and other observations...

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    In response to splendidsplinterteddyballgame's comment:

    In response to dannycater's comment:

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    Ortiz is the No. 4 hitter.

     



    Your best hitter should hit third.

     

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    Most power should hit 4th.

     
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    In response to beezer's comment:

    the stupidity has to stop. trade for a 5 hitter rh power, 1st or lf. napoli would bat 10th on the yankmes. times runnin out, call up bogey, gotta be able to hit lefties better than drewstain.




    trade huh? exactly who do you have in mind?

    Love these colorful names from some of you "fans".

     
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    In response to ZILLAGOD's comment:

    The solution is: there is no solution.

    Too many weak bats in the lineup. While Gomes and Drew have come through with clutch hits at times, percentagewise they are horrible.

    Napoli would be an okay #6 hitter, the Sox do not have a good choice for #3 or #5. I agree Pedroia is better as a #2, but with no options Farrell is left with no better choice than Pedroia batting #3.

    Blame Cherrybomb, for not getting a legit #5 hitter. Napoli, Gomes and Drew all belong near the bottom of any order, no higher than #6. When faced with those three, Victornio must bat #2, because the other options are worse.

    "Here we are trapped in the amber of the moment. There is no why.- Kurt Vonnegut



    You weren't quite clear.

    Am I blaming Cherrybomb for having the #2 offense or the #1 record?

     
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    Re: Farrell's horrid lineup and other observations...

    In response to splendidsplinterteddyballgame's comment:

    In response to dannycater's comment:

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    Ortiz is the No. 4 hitter.

     



    Your best hitter should hit third.

     

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    Why?  Because that is what you would do?

     
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    In response to ctredsoxfanhugh's comment:

    Red Sox score runs. We're 2nd in MLB in scoring runs. 

    We score less runs vs. good pitching.  It's a weird anomaly witness all over baseball were teams tend to score less runs vs. good pitching.....must be why it's GOOD PITCHING.

    If the Sox can't score runs vs. good pitching how is it a problem, unless they are doing worst against good pitching than other teams.

    So if the Sox don't hit good pitching and other teams hit against it better where are these teams scoring less runs than the Sox?

    Maybe all these teams that score less runs than us hit the good pitchers and they are completely shut down by bad pitchers.

    So the recipee is simple people.....when we get to the playoffs we have to pitch our worst pitchers in games 1 and 2.   Because I guess lesser teams can't hit bad pitching, they can only hit good pitching.

    It all makes sense now. 



    So the recipee is simple people....

    Gotta agree, lots of simple people in here.

    Referencing facts like we are #2 in scoring is meaningless.  This is 2013 and facts are whatever the writer feels they are.

     
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    Re: Farrell's horrid lineup and other observations...

    In response to splendidsplinterteddyballgame's comment:

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    Ortiz is the No. 4 hitter.

     



    Your best hitter should hit third.

     

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    Ortiz is still the No. 4 hitter

     
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