Red Sox castanza Price and the Rays

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    Red Sox castanza Price and the Rays

    What I mean by using costanza as a verb is that the Red Sox did the opposite of their modus operandi by often swinging early in the count with great results.  Price ended the game pitching 7+ innings only throwing 102 pitches.  You wouldda thunk that those would be the numbers of a pitcher working on a shutout, or at least a shutdown, and not of somebody who had given up 7 earned runs.  

     

    Note to Poster Joel:  Tread carefully on your soapbox.  Don't get to thinkin' that this is the way to do things just because it was successful this time.  It's just good not to become so predictable and mix it up every once in awhile.  Plus, with Price's control and stuff, the waiting game doesn't usually work anyways.  

     
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    Re: Red Sox castanza Price and the Rays

    Errata note: George Costanza is spelled with an "o".  I was unable to insert the correct spelling into the headine once posted.  I'm sorry if this is your family name.

     
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    Re: Red Sox castanza Price and the Rays

    Great game plan to mix it up by changing our season long strategy of often taking first pitches and going aggressive early in the count.

     

     

    Sox4ever

     
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    Re: Red Sox castanza Price and the Rays

    In response to moonslav59's comment:

    Great game plan to mix it up by changing our season long strategy of often taking first pitches and going aggressive early in the count.

     

     

    Sox4ever



    Yes

     

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