May 26, 2013|
Joe & Dave talked to Jacoby Ellsbury after he hit the walkoff double against the Indians.
Transcript - will not be 100% accurate
I thank John that is probably what -- Heroic moments there's so many different heroes of that inning with that you have -- if that's how we tied it but one that. That was what you. Plan what you do relief pitcher was coming out yet -- 21 count the change pitchers right it's it's the unique situation I'm not really been a part of you know. Which of pitchers of the millennium like that but I. You start spots at the hit hopefully he does over the plate not enough situation until it got to be aggressive. You know put some part of play unfortunately. Got a good pitch to drive and I drove it Jacoby -- win of the year for the Boston Red Sox I was it was a great comeback I mean we had so many. People contribute to this plan I thought Felix it's great not just a great -- It's a little with a victory come back in my -- that. And how about bases just before you that was a terrific at that -- off a very difficult breaking ball that -- that showed great patience to work for walks. Oh yeah he he's he's been great I mean yesterday he came up huge for us and I today in drawn out walking. Give me to the plate and but that hole any guys are tremendous at bats in you know got us in the situation where we could. You know -- that we run across. But it's a great point you Kobe because there were eight guys who batted in an inning you finished it off every one of view did some things. To help win that ballgame even the groundout by Napoli is Saltalamacchia drove in runs for. Those are those are big -- at the in the game like that you just want a chance to. To bring the tying run in the later you know bring -- to second base scoring position just gave yourself a chance to win and guys trying to -- -- today and you know fortunately. You know I've got to come -- for the team I've ever seen David Ortiz smiles so they were run so fast as when he ran out to the degree cute there rushed. What was it like get Matt's around it's always it's it's a great feeling -- great in the coming through for your team in. You know just how we came back in this in this game today in. You know via the game on their forget. Else congratulations let's go celebrate and and all of both wanna talk to you it's a beautiful -- are watching in on a replay just at the daylights out of the. What Christian -- got -- tied for first place while the Yankees. We go yeah that's not a very nice things to go we thank you.
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