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  • VTSoxFan
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    Originally posted by soberdennis
    I'm actually sorry that the divisional race is over. That and the fact that there is a chance only one of the teams will make the playoffs for the first time in three years is a little disappointing.
    I may be a Yankee fan and hate the Sox. But5 the rivalry loses some of its luster when there is no race.
    What the front office started with inaction was given the coup de grace by the hideous string of injuries and illness. Believe me, as much as you might miss the spice of a close rase to the finish, we Sox fans are far, FAR more disappointed.

    BUT! Though the Sox may have been eliminated from the division, you may rest assured that we have not lost our postseason rooting interest.

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  • soberdennis
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    I'm actually sorry that the divisional race is over. That and the fact that there is a chance only one of the teams will make the playoffs for the first time in three years is a little disappointing.
    I may be a Yankee fan and hate the Sox. But5 the rivalry loses some of its luster when there is no race.

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  • PhilWings24
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    yep, the east is officially over.

    and i don't know the actual standings for the WC, but we're only one game aheadof the blue jays, so if we're gonna consider ourself alive in that race, then we should probably do the same for the blue jays.

    i don't wanna finish third. that's all.

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  • yankeekiller34BigPapi
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    okay, it's over my fellow sox fans, barring a miracle this season is OVAH. I'm optimistic about next year and I'll be happy these playoffs AS LONG as the yanks don't win the Series. I'm pullin for the Mets, RedSox of the West (Dodgers) or even the Padres, but I see the Mets comin out of the NL side. Another subway series would be cool, but hopefully the Yanks don't make it that far. A rematch of '86 would have been nice, but what are you gonna do? Here's to 2007!! GO PATS!!

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  • Evangelion
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    After the series against the Royals, it was over. Sox obviously can't survive without Papelbon either with Timlin closing games, which he can no longer do. Let's not forget how hot the Twins and White Sox have been lately. Doesn't help when they're cruising and you're struggling when you're behide.

    Anyway, yeah, lost my hope for the series after watching that Royal series.

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  • big_papi
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    No way I hate to say this but They're gone

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  • Redfoot
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    The Red Sox are 12 games under .500 since the All-Star Break. They are a whopping 48-64 vs. teams not from the NL or named the Baltimore Orioles. Their team ERA ranks 11th out of 14 in the AL. They've just officially lost a 9-game season series to the Kansas City Royals, the worst team in all of baseball.

    I understand the Red Sox recent history of phenomenal comebacks, but this year's team is not good, and it's been over for a while.

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  • TheKingofKings
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    Unfortunately we also lost yesterday , extending our losing streak against the Royals to 5 Games and the Twins and ChiSox won , today's game is a must Win or else , even though our elimination number is 12 , we will clearly be in a place where we will not be able to come back from , it's called watching the Playoffs at Home .
    Last edited by TheKingofKings; 09-10-2006, 06:07 AM.

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  • pesky6
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    Originally posted by yankeekiller34BigPapi
    well chicago and minnesota both did us a favor by losing tonight, let's hope their opponents keep it up and we play the royals the way that we need to. I think we're gonna come out against kansas city with a vengeance, let's hope I'm right. :gt
    Well, Chicago and Minnesota both won while we lost on Friday. We've now lost four straight to the Royals. That pretty much sums it up right there. h

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  • Williamsburg2599
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    Originally posted by Mattingly
    Anyone have a guess at how many wins Boston will end up with this season?
    Hopefully enough, It's really hard to say right now because we're playing unconsistantly.

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  • yankeekiller34BigPapi
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    well chicago and minnesota both did us a favor by losing tonight, let's hope their opponents keep it up and we play the royals the way that we need to. I think we're gonna come out against kansas city with a vengeance, let's hope I'm right. :gt

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  • runningshoes
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    I'm not throwing in the towel yet.

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  • Mattingly
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    Anyone have a guess at how many wins Boston will end up with this season?

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  • PhilWings24
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    i still think they have a shot, but not a much bigger one than the blue jays.

    i mean the sox clearly have the better chance of the 2, but at this point their both so close to 0% that they're practically the same.

    if the sox win tonight, and then win 9 or 10 of their next 12 games, i'll start thinking about it.

    but the strength of schedule is irrelevant to me because the red sox are so much worse than the twins or the white sox right now. i mean the red sox playing the devil rays is like the white sox playing the rangers. so until the red sox can show that they can both pitch and hit again, preferably at the same time, i give them about a 1% chance.

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  • TheKingofKings
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    Keep the Faith , we can do it ...

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