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So glad Hawk retired, because he would have certainly died of a heart attack broadcasting this sorry ass team and dealing with Stone for another season.

"And they find another WAY!!!"

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Hawk did the right thing in 1986. Period.

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Just now, Texsox said:

From Vegas to Soxtalk, knowledgeable folks picked this roster to easily win the division. That's about the only defense for Hahn that feels valid. This roster is under performing, which I put on Tony, injuries, and players. 

The non impact deadline is also on Hahn. 

Yet everyone knew coming into the season that the holes the Sox ended last year with were not fixed in the slightest.

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2 minutes ago, Dick Allen said:

So all your big bullpen guys are rested. This is a must game. 2 runners in scoring position, and Ruiz?

Unbelievable.  Where is RayLo and Graveman? Ruiz has been terrible in high leverage situations.  TLR is so bad is risible. No sign of urgency or desperation.  Fire this geezer please.  Why is Ruiz is still in the game?.  Shades of Lambert yesterday.

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1 minute ago, southsideirish71 said:

Dear Robert, that big leathery thing on your left hand.  Use that to block the sun.  Don't just stare into it.  Your glasses are not enough to block it.  

Couldn’t be more disappointed in the outfielder he’s turned into

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1 minute ago, fathom said:

Yet everyone knew coming into the season that the holes the Sox ended last year with were not fixed in the slightest.

Exactly. Yet so many still picked them to win. I was shocked at the prediction thread. I had them 3rd. Where did you have them? 

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7 minutes ago, CBJ03 said:

Can anyone find Ruiz inherited runs allowed? He’s awful with that 

Coming into today 47% of his inherited runneres had scored this season. His career number is 48%.

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1 minute ago, Texsox said:

Exactly. Yet so many still picked them to win. I was shocked at the prediction thread. I had them 3rd. Where did you have them? 

I don’t do predictions because I’m always pessimistic, but I will say they are playing as poorly on offense as humanly possible.

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Just now, Balta1701 said:

Coming into today 47% of his inherited runneres had scored this season. His career number is 48%.

Thanks. Any idea what league average is? I can’t imagine almost 50% is good at all. 

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Just now, Soxfest said:

This also shows players tuned out KW with his big so called meeting. 

Cueto certainly wasn't convinced.  He knows what winning clubhouses look like if anyone does.

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3 minutes ago, fathom said:

I’m going to go on The Show and trade everyone but Cease to feel better about things.

I started a new franchise in OOTP 22 about a month ago and picked the Jays. Wanted nothing to do with the Sox. 

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Just now, fathom said:

Yeah that should have been Lopez, but Tony never pitches his main guys when they’re trailing.

Handing out saves and holds is far more important than trying to win the game you are playing.

Lopez, Graveman and Hendriks only pitched once since Friday.

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1 minute ago, Balta1701 said:

Coming into today 47% of his inherited runneres had scored this season. His career number is 48%.

WTF is he in this critical one run game late? This is on TLR again. What’s waste of another Cease masterpiece. 

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