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Buck Off: Sox-Orioles Gamer I

Since Theo can’t take the field, his players are going to have to prove the chatty Baltimore manager wrong and do the work for him. As they should.

Chat about tonight’s action here.

19 replies on “Buck Off: Sox-Orioles Gamer I”

How exactly are the Sox going to prove through on the field performance that they are not a product of a big budget?
If you have the answer to that, let me know. We Yankee fans have been confronting that charge for a while. My humble advice is to simply let it slide off your back because it will never go away. And the better your team performs the more the doubters will attribute it to your budget. You can’t win…

Showalter ripped Theo for not being smarter than anyone else. My thought was that Tito bring the Sunday Times crossword (or, harder still, Saturday’s) to the lineup exchange at home plate, completed by our GM, autographed lovingly to the Baltimore skipper.

For those not watching, Clay induced a weak grounder to first, Gonzo was playing deep, it basically hit the bag right as Gonzo went down for it and squibbed away, so a run scores and everyone safe. Gonzo was a tad slow to the bag, but it also may have looked like it was going foul. Kind of a fluke play, certainly not on Buchholz.

Grrr. Ellsbury rips a screamer. Right at the third baseman. The Orioles have a squib hit the bag, the Sox rip one right at a guy denying extra bases. We love BABIP.

Can someone explain to me why MLB.tv blocks out Baltimore games for me when I live in Greensboro, NC? The only way I can get MASN is through Directv. Yeah, I have it but don’t get that channel.

Tweet from Gordon Edes after Bucky walks the birther: “OK, bases juiced after FB sails way out of zone. My man Buster sez he looks like he’s piutching w/high anxiety”

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