The Red Sox lost 21-2 saturday night, no this is not a typo. They lost to a great team, oh wait no they didn’t they lost to The Los Angeles Angels, a team who is 15 games under .500. Clay Buchholz really didn’t pitch bad, only giving up 3 earned runs, but once again it was a short outing, Buchholz failed to reach the fifth inning. All and all it was a very ugly game for the sputtering Red Sox.
If the Red Sox are going to make a legit run this season there is a few things they have to do. First is firing the manager. This recent bad play isn’t all Farrell’s fault you can also blame the players, but yet you can’t just fire the players. David Price has a 10.38 era in his last 2 starts, and is having the worst season of his career. Stephen Wright has also been less than stellar in his last 2 starts, posting an era of 6.52. The players aren’t performing the way they should be and it’s time to give this team a wake up call. I’d hate to see someone lose their job over other people’s performance, however it’s the only way to save this season.