May 12, 2013|
John Farrell postgame press conference
Transcript - will not be 100% accurate
Well it was tough day opportunities that put twelve runs on the board it has been removed from around. I thought Ryan had similar stuff but so what she's pissed with the plate and yet there was some pitches he left up it was on side. First home run but he's a fastball ran back in over. Earlier part of plate. Breaking ball stayed up thinking I assume. They are obviously very capable dropped ball ballpark that's weather team is built. In just a tough thing for Austin. Not only. Control game from the mound but then when we had veterans or position we continue to create many opportunities. And that two out or or base to a players or positions knows. I kind of building on that with runners in scoring position what are you already are not seeing from hitters in their approach in this situation. I don't think guys are coming out of their approach. Despite the stretch that we're in. -- some balls right at people particularly you know we in this situation where. We put minutes or position the first three innings and can't get that two out hit. I ground out or line now first and second with Pedroia at the plate grumbled double play. As much as we cashed in in the month April you know maybe cliche but things are are evening -- On 22 questions one and it chain victory know what is that there is -- and also catching before the game situation. Well always chain at the wall you start to stiffen up as the game went on and given what he's been dealing with low back wise so we were gonna take any chances for -- today. And David Ross's. Concussion symptoms so it's categorized as just that it's a concussion. So he felt those symptoms come on after the game last night and given his position. And we can't take can put him at risk with any additional fumbles -- felt so amassed so. It's a seven -- deal with the zone. -- Everything policy being ready for Tuesday yes. John -- you mentioned how things went so well in April and now I'm not going that way. Oh what is the key to getting through this and the key to turning things running game going the other way. All I think we've got a number guys still wasn't frustration right now there's there's no question about it. The key for us is to maintain our preparation our work -- that's the walk out of those are the two things that we can control. We can't direct the ball efforts that and and I know with the attitude of this group. It's a resilient -- and we're getting tested right now no doubt about. I know this would have been unorthodox but was David available and if so did you consider hitting him for -- against the left. No no no.
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