Following Friday’s loss at Fenway’s 100 year celebration and Saturday’s historic meltdown against the Yankees, have the Sox finally hit rock bottom?
“You have to hope it is after that Saturday game. To have a 9-0 lead in the sixth inning, and you lose the game by six runs, that’s only happened twice over the last 120 years. It’s just astounding they got their ass kicked after they were ahead 9-0,” said Shaughnessy.
“They did play good teams the first two weeks, and they’re going to play teams that aren’t as good now. They need to take advantage of that and start scoring runs like they know they can do,” said Shaughnessy. “But there is nothing about the team that makes you feel good at this point, or that they’re playoff bound.”
With Sunday’s rain out, there is a little hope for the bullpen in way of Daniel Bard. The team will skip over his spot in the rotation, instead making him available out of the pen during their three-game series against the Twins in Minnesota "
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