Jun 18, 2013|
Joe & Dave talked to the Sox outfielder, who pounded the ball out of the park to win the second game of the doubleheader against the Rays.
Transcript - will not be 100% accurate
I Johnny that's a way this game goes a lot of disappointment when the leadoff home run that took -- possible went away to do -- been. Five minutes maybe turn it completely around them with a clutch hit. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- That but they're not let you know ready to jump on the first strike in CNET data but when they're facing a couple times and I've got to me about that offer -- so I don't cover. Johnny one of the funny moments tonight was watching your punting skills around third base have -- money -- -- we had to hang time -- about seven seconds. What was that. It's my best impression of the all Vinatieri -- -- FF that's OK a -- through the -- through the -- absolutely euphoric. That was those of beautiful -- you jumped on it you you know it was gone immediately didn't. I mean it felt good you know I mean you know little bit of rain that green monster sometimes plays games but. Yeah -- -- not how far it's how many you know and over. Well we know that you I had to sacrifices your career one last year one in 05 it and that. You are also four for eight against -- -- -- two homers before that had that what do you think do you. I get that -- about to do. Well I mean you know coming up in the bottom nine you know scores -- I think anyone's you know called upon to. You know -- to -- anyway possible so novel -- great walking. A guy in their jump on the first very. Johnny what does that feeling like. When you win a game like that and you're rounding the bases. It's a game winning home run its Fenway Park you're sweeping the double header and all your teammates -- just appalled when you don't play. And it's special moment you know I mean. I think I have. Upwards of a thousand walk offs in my head you know my record here you know but I mean it -- -- it's pretty special. You know those guys that issue mean this is. Supreme your group of 2.5 plus and now we're on each other's pac. And you know we can't go too far in this interview -- talk about starting pitching hand you know my area. My players to -- both games is Saltalamacchia mean I don't know a lot for the cup back practical matters much those trees actually did tonight. You know -- go with with talk that's right in your last walk off. Wal-Mart was. But Jason modest Saint Louis that's woods with us since we you with the Washington or Cincinnati Cincinnati. Remember that we're very vividly. Those lock -- former us a bit too far back in the memory this difference here in the room. Johnny congratulations solitude celebrate -- -- -- but a wonderful moment while once again for you come up to -- lately world on Erica appreciate -- thank you --
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