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Just now, RG23SoxFan said:

Should have been much more aggressive on the basepaths earlier in the game.  Having guys on first and depending on multiple hits to score them was a mistake.  Thinking 3 or 4 runs was going to win this game is pretty dumb thinking.

Who should have been running and when?

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7 minutes ago, SleepyWhiteSox said:

This is on Ricky for stranding 10 and not throwing strikes

The game didn’t have to be put entirely in the hands of the bullpen. The manager made the decision. If they were going to do anything in the playoffs this year, you trust your future (Dunning) to make a leap in development and win a big game. Managing like you are scared of giving up a run in the first inning doesn’t win you games.

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Just now, joesaiditstrue said:

Mental midgets.  Big moments have mind fucked this team since 2006.  Been a problem every year.

In a thread full of bad takes, yours are easily the worst. 🤡 

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1 minute ago, Chicago White Sox said:

And we need to make them pay for that

He's been awful in the postseason. Hopefully it continues.

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So we really disrespect Cordero too much

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Just now, Harry Chappas said:

The White Sox philosophy of hitting v Oakland is evident today.  The A's are making the Sox relievers throw strikes and the Sox are bailing their relievers out.

Sox need hitters to work the count to balance the lineup.

It is not the hitting coach either because the White Sox hired the A's coordinator.

They need to emphasize that as it may well cost them the game today. 

This is the difference between a veteran team and a team this young.

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Just now, bmags said:

So we really disrespect Cordero too much

Dude threw 2.2 innings yesterday and still pitched well today. Props.

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2 minutes ago, SleepyWhiteSox said:

It looks like a fuckin' playoff game to me.  Because it is.  He's a baseball manager, not an in-game sports psychologist.  

What a dumb take.

lol... you dont think coaches have an affect on their players mentality?

but you want to call my take dumb... LMAO

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Just now, bmags said:

So we really disrespect Cordero too much

He looked calm and relaxed.  That's definitely on Ricky apparently.

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bzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

"ohh, no, I am sorry but the answer you were looking for was 'Who is Jimmy Cordero'"

¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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1 minute ago, RG23SoxFan said:

Should have been much more aggressive on the basepaths earlier in the game.  Having guys on first and depending on multiple hits to score them was a mistake.  Thinking 3 or 4 runs was going to win this game is pretty dumb thinking.

lol

this loss is 100% on the pitching,  ONE HUNDRED PERCENT 

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1 minute ago, soxforlife05 said:

The game didn’t have to be put entirely in the hands of the bullpen. The manager made the decision. If they were going to do anything in the playoffs this year, you trust your future (Dunning) to make a leap in development and win a big game. 

Agreed.  Good post

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5 minutes ago, SleepyWhiteSox said:

That's on Ricky for not willing them to hit

These statements could be transposed to any failure with one of our teams. Maybe we should of kept Manuel.  Manuel wasn't hitting or pitching. Neither did Bevington.  

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1 minute ago, SleepyWhiteSox said:

He looked calm and relaxed.  That's definitely on Ricky apparently.

its okay keep crying it its making you feel better.

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Sox didn't come through in some situations but they also had some bad luck with hard hit balls and line outs while most hits seem to fall for the As. Also the tight zone helps the patient As more than the free swinging sox hitters.

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1 minute ago, Balta1701 said:

Who should have been running and when?

I think one has to be the leadoff single in the 1st by Anderson.  The other one i forget . It was after all a week ago ! Well seems like it.

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