9/12 at Tor - Playing out the String

caminante11

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The Red Sox seem to want to give 15 more people the opportunity to start a game thread. Maybe this is the night the offense will remember that they don't actually suck. They can't make Clay Buchholz look good tonight, can they? Maybe this is the night most of the random pitchers will pitch well.
 

Sandy Leon Trotsky

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Baseball truly stinks when you're out of it.
Sox teased us all year... but most of us saw the writing on the wall after that wretched first month.
The only thing left is to hope Eovaldi looks strong.... we see good performances form the pen.... I want to see X and Devers snap their recent slumps and Benintendi show something more than what he's looking to be.
 

mwonow

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I was at last night's shitshow. As a description, "playing" out the string would be generous to a fault. Here's hoping for better tonight.
 

NJ_Sox_Fan

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This team was probably one of the most disappointing teams in recent memory, maybe only second to the 2011 team
 

oumbi

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Chacin with TWO shut out inings of baseball. Sign this guy to a contract for next season.
 

Sprowl

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Certainly hasn't fulfilled the potential we thought he had as of yet.
He seems to be vacant and disengaged this year. He took up body-building, and lost power (which isn't how it's supposed to work). Next year I hope he returns as the Frodo of his youth.
 

Sprowl

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Buchholz survives a difficult traverse. For old times' sake,



Are we at the everyone gets to pitch portion of the season? If so, I vote Sprowl for closer!
Throwing the last pitch of a soon-to-be-forgotten season...
 

Pandemonium67

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Saw Chris Bosio throw one against the Sox.

First Sox one I remember was either Dave Morehead or Bill Monboquette, whichever was first.