May 19, 2013|
Dave O'Brien talked to John Farrell before the end of the Twins series. The Sox skipper said that Big Papi's success is no surprise given his work ethic.
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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Okay John thank you very much Red Sox going for a suite with John Ferrell John so far an outstanding road trip at four and one going for the three games here against the twins. It would be great way to finish is three game set here in Minnesota and coming off the last night -- -- spoke about the way it was on about against her man is over and Fenway the last time we face them. We've got a couple of guys that we've been able to move in and out of line up to give some guys -- a down day off their feet and I think would set up nice -- Chicago if we can finish -- today is we've done -- two games. Always nice when you have David Ortiz and the other guy doesn't -- what is numbers in this ballpark just off the charts six RBIs last night. Whether it's just coming back and planning -- Minnesota you know sometimes you see players that -- starter with an organization originally and they come back I don't wanna say haunt them but perform well against them. David perform well against every -- space but to see what he's doing in this time back in 2013. After the eight months off that was talked about it's been remarkable but. When you look at the work ethic you look at the routine that he has it's not a it's not by coincidence that the performances there Andy's CDs injected such a huge Batman or order. Away and it's good to see some of the guys start to -- -- on the when it in the rooks and drew and and other guys to contribute in that way. Let's talk about Dustin Pedroia a little bit I know is when your favorite subjects in for very good reason but big poppy was on star of the game show last night he said at times it's like there were three. Dustin Pedroia is on the field the same time in this series it's feeling that way. He's impacted the game and he does seemingly every night it in one form or fashion you know last night's you -- -- the play makes down right -- winery catches the ball almost with a back home plate he spins throws a strike to home plate that the cut down. A would be. Ron. And then you look at the base running play that you know when Ortiz -- a one hopper reform on which is a tough read for -- guy at second base. There's no hesitation on his part he takes the extra base it -- four month -- forward Bobble the ball a little bit. But it sets up that the fact that he's got he puts himself in position for a sacrifice fly and another runs scored but. I hit his instincts it's almost like you know that the great players wherever sport to talk about. They seemingly look at the game from above and looked down and are able to make decisions in sided with such precision. And PD is that guy for us. Both -- when an MVP he seems to be off to a similar start this season and a power hasn't yet come he's only hit the one home run so for. Well I think what's happened to. But he takes his -- it's the other way I mean it's not that it's not a seeker or an accident that he's hitting 335340. But he's taken what the opposition gives them and that's -- on the outside part of played them going the other way what so. You'd you know a lot has been written of late they talk about how how well his brilliant. Maybe we take it for granted because we don't see this being any different than what Pedroia has given us over the the five to seven years that he's been here with and it's it's great to be able to write his name on the lineup Saturday. Go go go back to the fifth inning and Ryan Dempster is on amount obviously scuffling six walks in the contest. You left them in the ballgame to trying get through that it was obvious she wanted him. To get a win but let's go to the conversation what was the conversation between you and damp on the mound at that point well. He did his best and then obviously talked me out of taken the game right there but you know leading up to that we had mortenson -- and and what are really didn't wanna do is is. Put Morton's and in the situation where he's got a commitment faced an hour. And morneau. With potentially the go ahead run at home plate and unfortunately go to the mound and and you wanna get a veteran guy through. The fifth inning obviously with a four run lead at the time. But I walked -- mound and he goes you can't take me out right here. And I said well I I I can. It is my decision be able to do that but. I just said you know and I never like to ask a -- house armed religious and hey -- relates fielding goes on strong I can get through this. I said OK that's -- you've got one hitter make it happen or else we've got to make a move right here and and back I went and it's one of those times where you kind of manage with your heart rather than your head. But felt like with a veteran guy who we weren't putting in harm's way from a physical standpoint -- given the opportunity get the win -- -- didn't work out he scuffle last night as you mentioned. Battled with -- command all night long and you know 127 pitches over for two thirds. And that's not the -- Certainly not I thought at the time if he's 2526. Years old relatively new and his Major League career. He probably doesn't get that opportunity to have that discussion with you right. No not at all and we wouldn't send a young pitcher in the early part of her out to the mound for him what would be and third consecutive inning of nearly thirty pitches that those of those with a -- really they're really start. You know load up on the guy and can have some lingering effects -- forward but. As strong as Ryan is and how well he takes care of himself we feel in five days to be -- go again against Cleveland. John thanks good luck today thanks -- -- Our question with the manager was brought to you by your local Mercedes-Benz. Dealers and the new 2014. Visit MB USA dot com today. John.
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