Eh, I think it's probably a long shot, but it's easy to imagine.
Agreed. The series is probably over, but they really have pulled out some crazy shit this year. Ain’t over til it’s over.Of course they can win two in a row in Houston. Who knows what to expect, but they’ve been counted out a lot this year and bounced back, just need to do it once more.
Bah. I mean, how much more evidence do you need that what happened in a prior game has no impact on what will happen in the next. The Astros just demonstrated it and won two in Fenway. There is no reason we can't do it too.
And how about the defense? That looks post ASB bad again. I can much easier imagine we're done. If they surprise me - then awesome, but I won't be placing any bets on an Astros home collapse. Everything after beating the MFY was gravy to me.Eh, I think it's probably a long shot, but it's easy to imagine.
The Eovaldi Garcia matchup leans our way, and Urquidy or Odorizzi vs. Rodriguez is probably favorable, too. Sale gave us length tonight, perhaps too much, so the good half of the pen will be plenty rested.
We need the offense to wake back up, but we could totally pull it off.
Yes I think an emotional response to what Cora perceived to be poor sportsmanship (I don’t agree I think it was awesome) is different than something a manager would say in a press conference.Really?
I think that’s a reasonable explanation.He probably didn't want to replace Renfroe with Santana in a game that looked like it had a good chance to go extra innings. You can argue for replacing Vaz, but he obviously has a different opinion of Vaz than most of this board does and wanted him behind the plate if the game was going to maybe go long.