The End Of The Line, 2020

Papo The Snow Tiger

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Today is the last Red Sox game of 2020, a season that a lot of us thought would never happen. A few weeks ago I never thought I'd say this, but I'm a little sad to see it end today. For as frustrating as this season has been, watching the games on NESN helped bring a little bit of normalcy back into my life. I really enjoyed Remy and Eck's back and forth banter, and seeing the emergence of Dalbec and Houck should give all Red Sox fans a reason for optimism heading into the off season. Stay healthy everyone and have a good winter.


PS Sign JBJ :)
 

AMS25

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Yes, I've enjoyed Dalbec and Houck. In some ways, this season was like an extended Spring Training where the powers-that-be threw a lot of players out there and identified a few keepers.
 

Pitt the Elder

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Are the Braves rolling out their A lineup? I know this is really important to everyone, but I'm in a really close league (2nd by a few points) and I picked up Pivetta and I'm waffling on whether to start him. I can gain points on wins and Ks but can lose points on ERA and whip. If the Braves trot out scrubs, I feel better about taking a chance.
 

DeadlySplitter

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the difference between 3rd and 5th in the draft is at least a million in draft pool money. So just lose today.
 

mauidano

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I need JBJ on my team next year. Let's get it done early Chaim. He is just the ideal teammate and player you want on your team. A Red Sox for life.