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Updated: What Tim Anderson has to do in his last 40-60 ABs to finish the season above .400 after 3/5 tonight:

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| ABs | Hits |
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|  40 |   20 |
|  41 |   21 |
|  42 |   21 |
|  43 |   21 |
|  44 |   22 |
|  45 |   22 |
|  46 |   23 |
|  47 |   23 |
|  48 |   23 |
|  49 |   24 |
|  50 |   24 |
|  51 |   25 |
|  52 |   25 |
|  53 |   25 |
|  54 |   26 |
|  55 |   26 |
|  56 |   27 |
|  57 |   27 |
|  58 |   27 |
|  59 |   28 |
|  60 |   28 |
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Not updated: I still think he's hot enough to have a real chance!

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The Indians just lost on a walk-off HBP. Sox are 6 up on the Indians. 

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Just now, gusguyman said:

Updated: What Tim Anderson has to do in his last 40-60 ABs to finish the season above .400 after 3/5 tonight:


______________
| ABs | Hits |
--------------
|  40 |   20 |
|  41 |   21 |
|  42 |   21 |
|  43 |   21 |
|  44 |   22 |
|  45 |   22 |
|  46 |   23 |
|  47 |   23 |
|  48 |   23 |
|  49 |   24 |
|  50 |   24 |
|  51 |   25 |
|  52 |   25 |
|  53 |   25 |
|  54 |   26 |
|  55 |   26 |
|  56 |   27 |
|  57 |   27 |
|  58 |   27 |
|  59 |   28 |
|  60 |   28 |
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Not updated: I still think he's hot enough to have a real chance!

Maybe if he only hits against lefties. 

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2 minutes ago, Green Line said:

Yeah, because our complaints forced Ricky to put out a decent lineup and put Dyson in the 9th.  Give yourselves a pat on the back.

I was more so thinking like hey we’re all huge Sox fans and have delt watching utter shit the past decade and finally this feels like we made it, but ok.

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Cleveland lost by their pitcher hitting two gus in a row when there were 2 already on.

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1 minute ago, ShoeLessRob said:

I was more so thinking like hey we’re all huge Sox fans and have delt watching utter shit the past decade and finally this feels like we made it, but ok.

Lol, sorry I agree.  That wasn't sarcasm, just tongue in cheeck.

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3 minutes ago, southsider2k5 said:

It also allowed RR to hold back most of his key relief pitchers too.

Getting Colome & Heuer days off could be real big the next 2 games. 

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3 minutes ago, ptatc said:

Cleveland lost by their pitcher hitting two gus in a row when there were 2 already on.

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7 minutes ago, chw42 said:

The Indians just lost on a walk-off HBP. Sox are 6 up on the Indians. 

They are fading fast.  That 4 gamer looks much less daunting now. 

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1 minute ago, SouthWallace said:

They are fading fast.  That 4 gamer looks much less daunting now. 

The dream scenario - win tomorrow and make the Twins watch us celebrate a playoff spot.

Then win enough in Cleveland to make them watch us celebrate a division crown.

Ooooh I'm getting tingly just thinking about it.

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They get a statement win against their divisional arch rival to pad their hold on the best record in the AL heading down the stretch.

So far zero headlines for it on MLB.com...

Smh, lol

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6 minutes ago, gusguyman said:

The dream scenario - win tomorrow and make the Twins watch us celebrate a playoff spot.

Then win enough in Cleveland to make them watch us celebrate a division crown.

Ooooh I'm getting tingly just thinking about it.

This would be perfect!  

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2 minutes ago, SpringfieldFan said:

They get a statement win against their divisional arch rival to pad their hold on the best record in the AL heading down the stretch.

So far zero headlines for it on MLB.com...

Smh, lol

Under the Radar...to the ALCS...

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13 minutes ago, gusguyman said:

The dream scenario - win tomorrow and make the Twins watch us celebrate a playoff spot.

Then win enough in Cleveland to make them watch us celebrate a division crown.

Ooooh I'm getting tingly just thinking about it.

Two decades ago I get it, but many of the Twins players in 2000 were pissed watching the Sox celebrate the division and say they used it as motivation over the following years. Still I want to make them watch the Sox celebrate lol.

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Dane Dunning might at this moment be my favorite player on this squad.  Dude has balls of steel.  I love a pitcher that would rather find the zone with a hanger than miss with a teaser.  He attacks guys and pitches effectively wild more often than not.  Has good stuff, knows it, and will make the hitter more often than not hit his pitch -- because he's not afraid to throw his pitch.

If it was easy everybody would do it but learn up Dylan.

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Great win. I love how the Twins were acting up in the latter innings, getting mad at the ump and ejected. Frankly it seemed pathetic on their part. Nobody can boss the Sox around anymore. I'd take Eloy and Abreu and Tim and Moncada and huge Robert in a scrap against the Twins.

I won't take these wins for granted. All the nice performances including Dunning and Robert and McCann and of course TA and Abreu. Beautiful.

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