Originally Posted by JB98
I doubt it.
And I didn't really see the two solo home runs in the ninth as a sign that the team did not quit. I saw a bunch of guys for the fences to pad their own stats. Two happened to connect. Three others struck out. Whoop-dee-doo. I thought the team had a lot of embarrassing at-bats yesterday, especially against Correia. Sure, the talent level on this team isn't that high. Correia's talent level isn't that high either. He shouldn't be missing that many bats.
That's basically the sense I got, too. The Sox probably hit 4-5 extra balls to the warning track, but not a lot of quality at bats against a **** pitcher.