14 innings of crap with crap call icing.
I have had some time to reflect. Yes I have. So let me amend that.
“I just didn’t see the sign,” Scutaro said. “My fault. I was kind of watching the signs but didn’t see the squeeze. I was watching Bogie (third base coach Tim Bogar). I was focused on getting a pitch to hit.”
“It’s my fault; I just missed the sign,” Scutaro said afterward. “Tito’s trying to get something going. It’s late. We haven’t scored. We’ve been kind of struggling tonight bringing guys in from third base … It just feels bad, man. It feels like all your teammates, the manager, fans just want to kill you.”
It’s just one game. Just one game. We’re still at the top. Because, it being one game, it’s not exactly the point of a knife.
It’s just one game. To. One. Of. The. WORST TEAMS.
After 12 innings. TWELVE. No. I’m sorry. FOURTEEN
“We just missed the sign,” said Red Sox manager Terry Francona, whose team was 1-for-11 with runners in scoring position. “I thought it was a good opportunity. We got half of it right. We didn’t’ get the whole thing right. Red got it and Scoot didn’t. We had some other opportunities too. We kind of let them off the hook it felt like. I know there’s not much sleep anyway, but that will be a tough one tonight.”
We? WE missed the sign? No WE didn’t. YOU DID, Marco. YOU DID.
FAILS: Marco Scutaro
FAILS: Garry Cederstrom. And BAD CALLS.
FAILS: The fact that it took TWELVE INNINGS TO LOSE.
MVP: Crawford. Who kept his cool in the midst of some of the dumbest calls ever made.
Runner up: Reddick. YOU WERE PAYING ATTENTION!
MVP: Scutaro. Oh wait. I think I meant. Mauled Victory Perpetrator. Because you mauled my victory, Scut.
I can’t talk about this.
Jon. I am glad you are not broken. But if Youkie is broken… oh, Scut, you will get a letter from me.