May 19, 2013|
John Farrell postgame press conference
Dustin Pedroia talked to Joe & Dave after the Red Sox came from behind to stun the Tigers at Fenway in Game 2 of the ALCS.
John Farrell talked to Dave O'Brien before Game 2 of the ALCS against the Tigers. The manager told Dave that the Sox won't make excuses for the Game 1 loss.
John Farrell postgame press conference
John Farrell talked to Dave O'Brien in Baltimore before the last game of the regular season. The manager said the team's rotation won't depend on their opponent, but their 25-man roster might.
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-- -- Might have been our best offensive night of the year you know we won't work he counts -- we drove a baseball a big night by David again. Daniel -- once again continues to. To drive the ball with some authority. But that we had good at bats on the line up all night tonight and and as it turns out we needed every run. You know the middle innings guy got a little Dicey for strident. Get Ryan through that fifth inning with with every available pitch put we've got a point had to make a move there -- -- written in effect. Well just comment. You know I had a hard time repeat his fastball down strikes on this has put that away from the times -- You're in the fifth inning even despite the inconsistencies with them. He found a way to navigate through some things a big strike out there in the second inning in my -- And still worked around a number of base runners but and this guy just got on the ran out of gas and for us. Well you -- talk -- Grant Thornton and whom hindsight probably should make move at the time. -- still it's a veteran guy who was fine physically -- -- -- has Armand in Philly thing but trying to get in the last on the fifth can attest you don't. Unless you want to. Did. Didn't it didn't look what has it right in the. I don't know anything is really surprised them in certain performances -- you're gonna finally Greyhound but. This is again it's been a long history of a lot of production he hit ball left his right is using and tonight. And it's the consistency in which he goes about his work -- a definite plan every day comes apart. Lagos was VP if it's no coincidence. That he has the the performance of the dozens he's a very good as the ability to combine both average and power. And and for me. Yeah at the time a big play universal comes any he's got a bases loaded situation Pedroia makes a -- of have a basket catch them right field line -- and throws strike in and fortunately. Ryan holes on the ball after getting run over the place so. Gonna give us a little energy in the dugout and again and and he responded in the good way. It. Popular. In the same dugout across the field he's always you you see a high level of of defense. In a number of different ways weather's turned the double play that. Them to play you make some back and last night mountain ranges to the line tonight. He's he's a very good player that's stating the obvious. -- -- -- -- -- You know 127 purchase that's a lot and it even if you go eight or nine innings but through foreign two thirds -- -- probably. A little more taxing than you'd otherwise like to see. You know it's partisan -- -- I know we'll be prepared for. His next start when we get back off the road trip so. At this point on it has been motivated. Well. One hour talking about the fact that I make it for the amount normally a pitching change that's so -- to so. You know you wanna give a guy every opportunity for two record to win but at that point the game was in jeopardy as close behind the -- is so. It's a delicate balance but at some point. That this is happening. Some. -- -- You know we're probably not gonna run twenty rolled out there for three consecutive -- personally thirty pitches an inning that's a lot of work.
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