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    Ellsbury OUT, Drew Lead Off

    Good moves, Ellsbury had deer in headlights.

    Maybe Drew can get going in the one-hole
     
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    I like the changes but would still prefer to see papi batting 5th with youk and bay at 3 and 4
     
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    Ellsbury OUT, Drew Lead Off

    With Wake on the hill tonight it'll take 7 runs to win this game. Ok maybe more. This offense doesn't have the stones.
     
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    Ellsbury OUT, Drew Lead Off

    no dublin, why would u want casey in instead of kotsay who is swinging a hot bat... dont try to fix whats not broken
     
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    Ellsbury OUT, Drew Lead Off

    Good move, i like JD leading off. Hopefully this can generate the spark we need. Go sox!
     
  6. You have chosen to ignore posts from M1A2. Show M1A2's posts

    Ellsbury OUT, Drew Lead Off

    Wakefield could surprise us and pitch well.

    This offense lacks stones in part because the Rays have some good pitchers--thus, in games 1 and 3, the Sox scored a total of 3 runs. Tonight Sonnanstine pitches, and he shut the Red Sox down twice in September.
    Crisp in for Ellsbury makes sense (even though Ellsbury hit the ball every time last night, four fly outs, and had the only rbi). Drew leading off is better than Crisp, who seems to flourish at the bottom of the order.
    The one guy who is absolutely unfixable is Ortiz. He can't hit, and you can't take out a guy of his stature. But it is hilarious that at least a couple of times the Rays have walked Pedroia to get to Ortiz, who in 7 postseason games has a total of one rbi.

    This series could be going south in more ways than one. If it does, I think it's still a good season for the Sox.

     
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    Ellsbury OUT, Drew Lead Off

    bottom of the lineup scares me, kotsay,coco,cash and lowrie, ugh.
     
  8. You have chosen to ignore posts from headofted. Show headofted's posts

    Ellsbury OUT, Drew Lead Off

    well this definately proves that Ellsbury was no fluke last post season, just check the stats for the regular season and post season this year..........he has proved that he belongs. He is the real deal.
     
  9. You have chosen to ignore posts from lmitaly. Show lmitaly's posts

    Ellsbury OUT, Drew Lead Off

    It's hit or miss with Wake!!! Tonite's a must win.

     
  10. You have chosen to ignore posts from headofted. Show headofted's posts

    Ellsbury OUT, Drew Lead Off

    no, not a must win, the sox can come back from any deficit......they only time it is a must win is when it is the clinching game.
     
  11. You have chosen to ignore posts from headofted. Show headofted's posts

    Ellsbury OUT, Drew Lead Off

    I agree, Ross is the answer, why can't Francona see that, it is so obvious
     
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    Ellsbury OUT, Drew Lead Off

    Why is every other player besides Papi, abled to be juggled around the line-up? Is freaking Papi so fragile that Tito dares not move him? Is Bay, Pedroia, and the others, that much mentally stronger?

    There is NO rational for this.
     
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    Ellsbury OUT, Drew Lead Off

    Double them to death.....

    Drew
    Pedroia
    Bay
    Youk
    Kotsay
    Casey
    Crisp
    Lowrie
    Cash
     

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