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DeadlySplitter

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I wonder when Henry planned London, he thought the flight there might be this (if we lose this series as well) depressing?
 

Pudge Gumley

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Can someone explain the Gameday description of the Chavis double as "a sharp flyball to shortstop Tim Anderson"? I am at a loss to imagine that.
 

S. H. Frog

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Can someone explain the Gameday description of the Chavis double as "a sharp flyball to shortstop Tim Anderson"? I am at a loss to imagine that.
It scraped the wall, inches from getting out of the park. The shortstop had nothing whatever to do with it.
 

Bergs

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Can someone explain the Gameday description of the Chavis double as "a sharp flyball to shortstop Tim Anderson"? I am at a loss to imagine that.
Anderson made a great play to get out to LF to cover a big carom off the top of the wall. Could very easily have been a triple.
 

E5 Yaz

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It scraped the wall, inches from getting out of the park. The shortstop had nothing whatever to do with it.
The shortstop fielded it off the wall, because the leftfielder was too close to the wall to get the carom
 

Madmartigan

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He’s having a year like 2017, except his OPS is actually better this year. With last year in between, which one is the real Mookie Betts?
Hard to say, but Mike Trout he is not. Hope he backs off his expectations for Trout money.
 

DennyDoyle'sBoil

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Just when I think the Sox are getting a little momentum, they seem to take a step back.

It feels this way out by out, game by game, week by week, month by month this year. It just feels like everything is such a grind this year. Two steps forward and two steps back.

They just can’t seem to get any rhythm, whether pitching, hitting, on defense, or anywhere.