“It wasn’t what we expected, obviously,” catcher Jarrod Saltalmacchia said following Boston’s season-ending 14-2 loss to the Yankees in New York Wednesday night. “I think we grew to know a lot about each other, through all the hard times. Sometimes that’s what you have to do to get better. I think we’ve seen each other at our worst and seen each other at our best.”
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“It was tough,” said outfielder Cody Ross. “Obviously it didn’t turn out the way we all anticipated it at the beginning of spring training. We had high expectations for ourselves; everybody did for us. No one feels worse than we do as a team. We obviously underachieved and didn’t play as good as we were supposed to. At the same time, a lot of guys worked really hard and kept battled, kept fighting "
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