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Yonder seems like a really nice guy but he is got to go...give his at bats to Palka

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This fucking blows. Every time the Sox get within a game of .500 they lose, and then when they actually get there they lose two in a row. 

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It’s embarrassing for the organization at this point that they can’t offer up a better option at the major league level than Yonder Alonso.  

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Just now, Jack Parkman said:

This fucking blows. Every time the Sox get within a game of .500 they lose, and then when they actually get there they lose two in a row. 

And it’s always after getting a huge lead early only to blow it. Tonight and @ Washington a few weeks ago 

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Yonder has outs on exit velocities of 71, 66 and 63 tonight. He’s finished and it’s insulting he’s still getting playing time.

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1 minute ago, wegner said:

Yonder seems like a really nice guy but he is got to go...give his at bats to Palka

No, give them to Collins

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3 minutes ago, BigHurt3515 said:

Not sure why any pitcher throws Jose anything but off-speed out of the zone. 

Jose just looks clueless up there... he had a couple games here and there.

 

But mostly he has been a big bag of nothing for a long time now.

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1 minute ago, Soxfest said:

Choo killing Sox 

Just glad he's not on Cleveland anymore. 

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3 minutes ago, Jack Parkman said:

This fucking blows. Every time the Sox get within a game of .500 they lose, and then when they actually get there they lose two in a row. 

Hard to string together a lot of wins when you have one pitcher who can give you a quality start.

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4 minutes ago, Jack Parkman said:

This fucking blows. Every time the Sox get within a game of .500 they lose, and then when they actually get there they lose two in a row. 

Relax Jimenez and Anderson are going to hit back to back homers here

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Just now, fathom said:

Hard to string together a lot of wins when you have one pitcher who can give you a quality start.

Like I said earlier, the only reason they're this close is because of the bullpen. The rotation outside of Giolito is beyond awful. 

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5 minutes ago, Jack Parkman said:

This fucking blows. Every time the Sox get within a game of .500 they lose, and then when they actually get there they lose two in a row. 

Young inexperienced teams with holes being filled by garbage tend to do that.

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Just now, soxfan49 said:

Relax Jimenez and Anderson are going to hit back to back homers here

Bold strategy, Cotton. Let's see how it pays off. 😀

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With Timmy's ego...you would think his embarrassment would get him working hard on correcting those mental lapses on easy plays.  Or maybe we should try him in right field.

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Just now, Jack Parkman said:

Like I said earlier, the only reason they're this close is because of the bullpen. The rotation outside of Giolito is beyond awful. 

Imperative that Kopech returns to form and Cease take the next step forward.

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1 minute ago, poppysox said:

With Timmy's ego...you would think his embarrassment would get him working hard on correcting those mental lapses on easy plays.  Or maybe we should try him in right field.

What about the easy plays in right?

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