Ortiz and the Sox lineup

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    Ortiz and the Sox lineup

    Big Papi is beyond question the MVP of the Sox lineup--best OPS, most rbi's, etc, etc. 

    But he is now 0 for 18 over an 8 game sequence--3 at the Giants (he played in 2) and 3 (he played in 1) at the Dodgers, then 2 at home against the Orioles--in which the Sox won 6 of those 8 games, all against decent to very good opponents. 

    We still need him to hit well, but it's also nice to know the Sox can win basically without him, at least on a short term basis. 

    I think it goes without saying the Sox lineup has depth, and the pitching right now is pretty darn good too. 

     
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    hopefully he gets his "cold streak" over with now and heats back up for the September run....

     

     

     
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    hopefully he gets his "cold streak" over with now and heats back up for the September run....

     

     




    He's hit the ball hard a few times, but not hard enough.

    His back is probably still nagging him.

     
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    Should rest tonight's game and let Carp continue his streak.  pinch hit maybe.  

     
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    hopefully he gets his "cold streak" over with now and heats back up for the September run....

     

     

     

     




    He's hit the ball hard a few times, but not hard enough.

     

     

    His back is probably still nagging him.

     

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    Or maybe like somneone else said, he is in a cold spell and just has not been that good.  Possibly time to sit him down and think about the boy wonder Boggie hitting dh for a game.

     

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    Keep dreaming.

     
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    Maybe playing in the field threw his preparation rhythm off a bit...

     
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    It's called a slump......he'll break out of it. 

     
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    hopefully he gets his "cold streak" over with now and heats back up for the September run....

     

     

     

     




    He's hit the ball hard a few times, but not hard enough.

     

     

    His back is probably still nagging him.

     

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    Or maybe like somneone else said, he is in a cold spell and just has not been that good.  Possibly time to sit him down and think about the boy wonder Boggie hitting dh for a game.

     

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    You must be giddy, Jackbu.  You got to take a shot at your two favorite whipping boys in the same sentence.  I guess you still haven't looked into those OCD meds yet?

     
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    Were able to win because we have a very balanced lineup. When your best hitter goes onto a little slump like papi is currently in, the team can still sustain momentum. Papi will be back to normal soon. hes been the most consistent hitter this year and like a couple other times this year when he was in a 3-5 game slump, this too will soon pass.

     
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    Were able to win because we have a very balanced lineup. When your best hitter goes onto a little slump like papi is currently in, the team can still sustain momentum. Papi will be back to normal soon. hes been the most consistent hitter this year and like a couple other times this year when he was in a 3-5 game slump, this too will soon pass.




    Thanks for reading the OP--few others did. 

     
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    Maybe playing in the field threw his preparation rhythm off a bit...

     




    Or maybe throwing his pitcher under the bus threw his preparation rythm off a bit...

     

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    Maybe. Since we are trying to figure out causation what caused you to become an internet troll?

     
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    Re: Ortiz and the Sox lineup

    In response to maxbialystock's comment:

    Big Papi is beyond question the MVP of the Sox lineup--best OPS, most rbi's, etc, etc. 

    But he is now 0 for 18 over an 8 game sequence--3 at the Giants (he played in 2) and 3 (he played in 1) at the Dodgers, then 2 at home against the Orioles--in which the Sox won 6 of those 8 games, all against decent to very good opponents. 

    We still need him to hit well, but it's also nice to know the Sox can win basically without him, at least on a short term basis. 

    I think it goes without saying the Sox lineup has depth, and the pitching right now is pretty darn good too. 




    Big Papi needs a Big Rest; like a 3 or 4 day cruise to Martinique, or wherever. We've all seen him slump (and press) before, but this is serious. Watch that front foot. The last few days it's impossible to predict when it comes off the ground. That suggests he's guessing, and guessing wrong. Anxious to be Big Papi and help his team. Get him off the field for a few days; he always comes back strong! We got along without him (think of the old song) in April, we can again for a few days.

     
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