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Inspired by the KC-Orioles brawl, we discuss four of the better fights in recent Sox history, not including the usual staples (ZImmer, Pedro, A-Rod, etc)
Inspired by Jays-Rangers brawling, we look at four other fights/brawls that resulted in a significant change or setback for the player or league it happened to.
t exactly Eric Hosmer at first base. And screwing up Coco Crisp ’s little landscaping project isn’t going to win him ..... Hanley still hasn’t made an error, him messing with Crisp ’s head like this shows a level of engagement
between the big bully Red Sox and the weak sister Devil Rays . (Gomes, along with James Shields , delivered haymakers to Coco Crisp in the epic June 2008 brawl at Fenway). Gomes saw lots and lots of losing in his early days in baseball before the
and July, when he had a sub-.275 OBP. And in the postseason, he was displaced as an everyday center fielder by Coco Crisp due to his struggles. Buchholz actually started well (3.71 ERA in his first six starts) but fell apart in May en
a non-deal: The Red Sox probably would not have signed Edgar Renteria , which in turn would have meant no deal for Coco Crisp the following offseason. The team would have been in the market for an outfielder. Whereas the team offered Cabrera
in the playoff lineup. Still, the Sox enjoyed some outfield depth at the major league level (where Manny Ramirez , Coco Crisp and J.D. Drew all represented returning starters) and in the minors (where players like Brandon Moss had shown considerable
Billy Butler (52 plate appearances): .365 AVG/.364 OBP/.519 SLG, 5 doubles, 1 HR, 10 RBI, 10 strikeouts Coco Crisp (23): .261/.292/.304, 1 double, 2 RBI, 3 strikeouts Danny Valencia (15): .267/.353/.333
O’Sullivan (RHP) Danny Valencia (10 plate appearances): .300 AVG/.364 OBP/.300 SLG, 1 RBI, 1 walk Coco Crisp (5): .200/.429/.400, 1 double, 1 RBI, 2 walks Billy Butler is 1-for-2 with a double, a walk and a
Buchholz (RHP) Billy Butler (18 plate appearances): .222 AVG/.318 OBP/ .222 SLG, 1 RBI, 2 walks, 2 strikeouts Coco Crisp (16): .250/.294/.438, 1 HR, 4 RBI, 1 walk, 1 strikeout Josh Reddick (9): .444/.500/.889
support iframes. Orioles center fielder Adam Jones goes airborne to steal a hit from the A’s, much to the dismay of Coco Crisp . Your browser does not support iframes. Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre fields a foul ball and tosses it to
bottom of the ninth inning for a 2-1 win over the Mets. Your browser does not support iframes. Athletics left fielder Coco Crisp lays out for a catch against Dustin Pedroia and the Red Sox. Your browser does not support iframes. TRIVIA ANSWER