May 13, 2012|
Jarrod Saltalamacchia spoke with Joe Castiglione & Dave O'Brien after the Red Sox beat the Indians 12-1 at Fenway Park.
Transcript - will not be 100% accurate
Not -- what did you his deal with bush that -- a little over. -- -- the -- -- your -- with bombs like that and a little -- but there and -- that system trying to put it in their head -- -- -- this is the more it. It's the lasted bats all the crushed the ball to center field what we are looking for there. Does that fits over the plate you know anyone else I just need to get up in the do we get you know he's the RBI. So you know to stick with the same approach that is the beginning of the game -- wanna -- and did did Diego and so. We don't get a seven RBI game with Texas was that in that that thirty -- -- game yeah yeah that was a lot of rooms. Get asked about the performance of Daniel Bard today. Coming off both Felix -- less than a body bounce that was crazy you up and down before the game for -- you worked with Felix last night. -- Bard looked to you today he got the W. You know -- was is resilient and they just went after these guys and you know lost a little controlled his fastball but. You know who's big on being -- throws off speed stuff for strikes you know and you know that's that's out of a good pitcher in his and you can you know mix in other pitches when you don't have the fastball for a strike and that's what -- did today they seemed to throw more off speed -- you've ever seen before. Yeah I mean we knew when you're down and out like that you have to you mean when he can't you know have a feel for the fastball. You know that's what makes a good pitchers -- throw more than one pitch for strike and that's what he did today. You guys beating good ball club three out of four Cleveland came in with the best road record the American League first place in their division that has to be very satisfying. Yeah you know I mean the way things have been golf course you know. A wins a win you know we got to keep it going can't can't stop now. You know we -- -- pretty good pitch and we're able to do some stuff -- that let you know all starts with our starting pitching they got to go out. Set the tone early and that's what they did an accident the key point is starting pitching and of course it. It helps to have a backstop who can drive in five runs like that and then be so versatile he rarely you look like your etiquette -- right now appreciated but my. I'm looking for David Keating got to do that if I gonna help and I'm happy you know I guess that starts starting pitcher and that's what what we'll -- Johnston. And saw the last night two hours thirty minutes today two hours 37 minutes just disappoint those are wonderful I think. It's you know it's nicely as their last night you know the other hitters -- -- -- it all the pitches stuff around a while I'm not that they did today that's it's -- blocking graduation is and enjoy a year and evening with the -- -- Mother's Day thank you very much appreciate guys think solely.
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