Published: Sat, October 20, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Sale back with Red Sox, tells Cora he’s ‘good enough’ to go

Sale back with Red Sox, tells Cora he’s ‘good enough’ to go

During Game 1 of the American League Championship Series at Fenway Park on Saturday, the Red Sox learned of possible attempt by the Houston Astros to acquire an unfair advantage, Dave Dombrowski confirmed after the Sox' 8-2 win in Game 3 last night.

Price will be opposed by Justin Verlander, who allowed two runs in six innings in Game 1.

Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski does not believe the matter had any influence on the outcome of Game 1, which Boston lost 7-2.

Stealing signs is nothing new in baseball. "The person was removed much earlier in the game".

The incident was first reported late Tuesday afternoon by Metro Boston. "I've got to go out there and pitch my game [Tuesday] and I can't have any distractions". That initially led to some suspicion that the Astros might have been cheating.

The Houston Astros and Boston Red Sox have met ten times during the 2018 season (including playoffs). Getting through them, getting through the at-bats, you watch them hang in there.

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Though not looking to escalate the controversy, after hearing Luhnow's comments, Red Sox president Dave Dombrowski felt obliged to offer his opinion to a media scrum. Dombrowski said there are "a lot more steps that are attached to this" before adding, "I think it's partially closed, but I don't think it's all the way closed". And we don't get caught up in the whole paranoia thing [with] the signs. We try to slow it down. Ian Kinsler started at second base, Eduardo Nunez returned at third base and Christian Vazquez served as the catcher. None of the camera angles available showed a good enough angle to give the umpires at MLB's replay center in NY a reason to overturn West's call. "It was my ankle". I've actually got it. last, which isn't a diminishment of the moment, but an acknowledgement of the importance and joy of the five that came before. "That was the same ankle".

Bregman had shared a video Monday on Instagram of Houston hitting back-to-back-to-back home runs off Eovaldi in his previous outing against the Astros in June.

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Red Sox starter Rick Porcello allowed seven hits and four runs in four innings.

"We know we're up 3-1", Boston manager Alex Cora said. They've had some gifted glovemen in that period - Fred Lynn, Ellis Burks, Coco Crisp for a time, Otis Nixon for a year, even steady Darren Lewis - and he's far and away the best I've seen. Chris Sale will be available out of the bullpen for the Red Sox in game four.

The team said it planned to wait until Sale rejoins the club in Houston on Tuesday before deciding when he'll be able to get back on the mound.

Cora said Sale will be in Houston before Game 3 of the best-of-seven series.

West delayed and then called fan interference, and the only question on video review was whether Mookie was reaching into the stands when he went for the ball, which would mean it's up for grabs for him or the fan, or if the spectator reached over the wall and hit Mookie's glove before he had a chance to secure the ball.

"I don't have anything against him", he said.

"Maybe (tonight in Game 4), all depends how he feels", Cora said. But I just heard today'. "When we scored, it turned into "the rally rake.' ".

Altuve was still batting second against the Red Sox and right-hander Nathan Eolvadi on Tuesday night. He greeted his screaming, excited teammates at home plate with one small jump and a few high fives.

A rusty Charlie Morton gave up three hits, three runs and two walks in just 2 1/3 innings.

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