Before this season started I promised myself that no matter what happened, I wouldn't complain about anything Red Sox this year. I couldn't keep my promise to myself. In the game thread for after game 2 of Tuesday's double header I called for the heads of both Cora and Dombrowski. I admit that I was venting at the time and it was very reactionary of me, but I also have to wonder when does a sense of entitlement end and when is it okay to say "WTF, these guys suck". The Sox won it all in 2004 and 2007. They fell a little short in both 2005 and 2008, but both of those teams were in the playoffs. Anyone complaining about those years could be called entitled. There have been years where they didn't make the playoffs but were competitive. You can't complain about that either. However there have been years where the team flat out sucks. In 2012 guys couldn't wait to leave town, i.e. remember the smiles on Josh Beckett's and Adrian Gonzalez's faces on the plane heading to LA. 2014 was a train wreck, and by Memorial Day it had become obvious the team was heading for the dumps. So far this year they're playing fundamentally bad baseball and are grossly underachieving. At what point is it okay to call out your team?