Jul 27, 2013|
Stephen Drew talked to Joe & Dave after the second game in Baltimore, where the Sox shortstop hit two home runs.
Transcript - will not be 100% accurate
Thanks so much jobs David congratulations. And your brother JP all this place Yi at 331 with eight home runs and you're right back up that pace now. If you have Communists. There -- -- a team we needed Abiola and we're playing hard to some toughness and then. You know on nine was and I everybody just -- -- -- -- -- put things together. A Stephen two home runs tonight obviously five RBIs wonderful might have the second home run. Was fascinating to watch how that whole thing develops I can you take us through what happened from the crack of the bat in your view. My view you know I mean I knew I hit it well I'm doing but I. You know my first initial thought was you know I -- I headed out so. Carlson a bag over first and look to snap since you were hit you know I'm on the wave and like it's a home run nobody else is saying anything has he sought to -- -- as well and he saw the same result but. You know as a result nobody -- say anything we get back gas -- got on the horse and it was kind of crazy you know I knew I was going to be caught either way go on the third and just try to get in a rundown and you know it's fortunate that you know I got out of it. You have what they think though with that they played it sort of half -- if he had the run down through. Well yeah I mean I don't even know you know is just so strange anyways it was just a strange player overall because. Everybody's basically yelling you know ramp in the back out and insult here yelling go round that. Just got to play it through and you know things in this for you and you know check out. You know went our way. Yeah it into well we've -- -- in the you do that the ball was gone and no one else was going on there you know one of one of those deals. You say you know oh win the Red Sox really had to have after losing last night -- you know you following Tampa Bay now -- they wanna earlier today. You obviously were at that -- the season we are keeping close tabs on those guys and funny and right behind right. Avid you know I had -- we got to go out play every day I mean I've been around in a playoff teams that you can't look behind you can't -- he's got a play one game at Thomas who happens at every year. Think we've done a good job of that you know -- we got to -- nine. Hopefully keep this thing going. Steve and you -- on the DL are you going pretty well before then he came back here you feel like now you found the groove. Well you know before that some players ask me that massive blood descent and he -- I've been hitting ball well and just you know wrong parts have worked him. You know just right -- him so you know and it was a good element. You know hopefully just you know hopefully keeps on -- The best showing of the night though aside from year to his David Ortiz. In the got a ticket to the have you seen any quite like that before. And I mean that's baseball -- -- me everybody's compete here. You know just kind of -- -- up -- in the game and some way it goes in there and move on to the next -- But the phone still work as opposed to work at a right Steve Tuesday's breaks to help Myers these guys are.
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