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Sox at San Fran 7/1/22 game thread I left my manager in San Francisco

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Just now, caulfield12 said:

Why the hell is Leury so far down the RF line?

Who knows. Thought he might collide into sheets on that play…..

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7 lefties in SF lineup.  Could they have spared one or two for the Sox?  Why didn’t Hahn go after Joc Pederson, we sure could have used his lefty bat.

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Cobb owned us last year, I'm not surprised we don't have a hit yet. 

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1 minute ago, hankchifan said:

Right.  He forgot who is the Sox manager and hitting coach?  Do you really expect a game plan from that combo and with Cairo as observer?

Observer? He works for the UN Human Rights Commission?

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That must have been a routine grounder by Vaughn!

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2 hours ago, maxjusttyped said:

This is the closest to urgency I've heard from anyone affiliated with the team all year.

I thinkLiam is calling out Hahn and TLR to show some life and sense of urgency.

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3 minutes ago, hankchifan said:

7 lefties in SF lineup.  Could they have spared one or two for the Sox?  Why didn’t Hahn go after Joc Pederson, we sure could have used his lefty bat.

Lol.  We had Gavin Sheets.  We didn't need him. 😂

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Vaughn’s average has plummeted lately.  Hopefully he starts feeling better.

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2 minutes ago, caulfield12 said:

Observer? He works for the UN Human Rights Commission?

Observers don’t do shit, is what I meant.

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2 minutes ago, hankchifan said:

7 lefties in SF lineup.  Could they have spared one or two for the Sox?  Why didn’t Hahn go after Joc Pederson, we sure could have used his lefty bat.

Zaidi is one of the Top 3-5 execs in the sport. Full stop.

The weakness this year has been injuries and the rotation aside from Webb and Rodon. Losing Gausman really hurt.

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1 minute ago, Colome's Hat said:

Lol.  We had Gavin Sheets.  We didn't need him. 😂

Just need to wait on Moncada and Grandal to turn things around...

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How dos Abreu beat that out but Vaughn can’t beat out that slow “Baltimore” chop!

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Pitcher with a 62% gb rate vs an offense that pummels everything straight into the ground. The Sox can't hit any RH starter with a pulse, but Cobb shutting them down is/was inevitable.

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Just now, Tomtom said:

How dos Abreu beat that out but Vaughn can’t beat out that slow “Baltimore” chop!

The Will to Win

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1 minute ago, maxjusttyped said:

Pitcher with a 62% gb rate vs an offense that pummels everything straight into the ground. The Sox can't hit any RH starter with a pulse, but Cobb shutting them down is/was inevitable.

This might be the worst offensive approach of the season. It’s like they’re focusing on the splitter for some reason.

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It's just absurd players like Sheets there don't adjust and NOT hit the ball into the damn shift. They deserve to be out cause it's not cool to hit that same grounder to the left side of the diamond.

Can you imagine if in high school ball you refused to adjust your body and timing to hit the ball to the left side? You'd be benched. But in the bigs you have to pull the ball or else. Even though it's an automatic out into the shift.

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2 minutes ago, Tomtom said:

How dos Abreu beat that out but Vaughn can’t beat out that slow “Baltimore” chop!

Vaughn must be slower than Abreu, which is hard to imagine.

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Just now, hankchifan said:

Vaughn must be slower than Abreu, which is hard to imagine.

Not a surprise. Vaughn is very slow and with his “leg issues”, he’s got to be even slower.

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