Jun 30, 2013|
Brandon Snyder talked to Joe & Dave after the last game of the Blue Jays series. The newest Sox hitter told Joe & Dave about his role in the exciting walk-off win.
Transcript - will not be 100% accurate
OK John Brandt congratulations. That you. Have a big two run double and then get the hit that leads the winning run in the ninth inning probably match -- you are thinking about three days ago. Oh. No you know it's very thankful that the Red Sox give him an opportunity to you know come up and trying to fill some holes. Just try to help this ballclub and obviously they're playing really well this is -- part of the. Brandon ninth inning and you come off after one man is now can you talk about your approach what are you looking to do in that spot. Fortunately have faced. For a couple times throughout -- minor leagues I know he's got a good fastball so I can't really try to get -- -- try to. You don't have a pool balls were just trying to stay in the big part of field to try to get somebody on base. That we can let the top of the order coming to him. And he made a nice play at their -- played a whole lot. You know I it's it's been great his I got a chance for a little bit more you know down in Pawtucket and a little more comfortable out com or my natural position -- got away from a for for a little while those let's get back into it. When you come off and you you enter clubhouse with so many veteran guys guys who have won before who are rolling right now Red Sox now fifty wins first in the American League to do that. What is that feeling like when you first into the club. It's amazing I mean -- wanna try to stay another way you know I feel like I've told everybody it's it's. It's one thing where you come up in trying to be a big part of it there's another time when you come up and you're just trying to. To do little things and let them continue to to have successfully they have been and it's just a lot of fun managing a clubhouse close victory in. You know it's just it's a lot of fun part of. And shoot the bullpen did today and no way. Coach he gave up -- home run but there working out of that sixth inning jam perhaps was at the most critical thing that happened. It was on his amazing commendable thing came in and did a great job and let the a couple of big home runs -- there you know affect them and you know on the next guy and guys. Made a great you know great come back there Tom. You know I take Anders. Bare handed play on that -- was prodded to play the game mean I've never seemed to -- lefties make that -- especially when that's you know six sevenths it's pretty impressive. They think about that play your play over at third in Victor Reno's played a great sliding play down the right field line with -- Reyes. You know what happened right after that the home on what do you to play Dallas death -- answers. There's no -- you know there's no give up you know -- were trying to get every every out and you know that way you know sometimes they gave you do give up a big home run you know they gotta do it multiple times you know we don't we don't give away any -- and you know guys that play off. My grandma your dad that Ryan pitched in the big leagues was Seattle and Oakland in the late eighties and -- It's been up in doubt for you with Texas and Baltimore now the Red Sox and I'm sure that they hope and pray for the lifestyle out some of the things you go through. Yeah you know it it's been anything great haven't. Him. That's kind of a mentor to me. Obviously as my father but also as a guy who. You know is in the same position going up and down -- -- in the big leagues and you know it's more -- -- -- you know how to how to be professional. And did you -- person you know it's one of those things that. You know he harps on them. You know look thankfully him my moment here today and get to see me play much in Texas last -- history to have more confidently and be very proud remembered today -- congratulations thank you guys --
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