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Now to the Red Sox epic collapse -- -- that many -- to go to the World Series and win at all.
Getting knocked out of the playoffs -- the last -- of the regular season there ever since from the Wall Street Journal joins us now.
The this is the worst collapse and history base wasn't that music choice just a minute ago.
I don't tell whoever picked that was right about it right it's is it -- to get 39 games up in September -- -- -- month and below it.
While -- so what what what what do you -- about I mean what what.
Get a -- from your point of view was you know how do we put -- -- Put this against the rest is history I mean how do we explain that what's is -- message in this -- -- what.
All parties to anybody who was a Red Sox fan I know what you guys -- client I don't know if you didn't mind what happened last -- yeah He lost and you're not gonna be happier GAAP if this is what baseball's all about baseball was about to collapse nobody is gonna remembered the raise years from now they're not gonna remember.
-- the cardinals ended up getting in over the -- are gonna remember.
The -- losing and they're gonna remember the Red Sox blowing it.
And like with all baseball collapses part of it is.
There are some -- to it the Red Sox had a number injuries that killed them.
But also in the end they -- one way they couldn't pull the trigger and about how does this sort of for the for the -- out there who hated the playoff system.
Does this sort of real everyone in this thing you know what maybe this wasn't about and I know it's great -- great -- because look you would have had this if you didn't have the wild -- And baseball still needs to make some adjustments -- the system because there isn't enough of a disadvantage.
To getting the wildcard as opposed to being division winner we're gonna have more wild cards or debt and.
That's the way we're gonna I have to tell you disposals about redemption I grew up with Russ Hodges the giants won the pennant the giants won -- -- 1951 Bobby Thompson's home run.
It's about collapses of the -- that collapses of the Red Sox for those of us who are New Yorkers will always remember.
There's no question and last night any to have this all happening at the same time -- get -- remember the Red Sox -- one out away last night.
The Braves were one -- away from -- -- -- and at least getting to a playoff and -- -- one out away and they all lost you know the -- -- -- -- down seven runs and they want.
Incredible and the guidance of hitting a home run to tie the game had hit one home run -- Iraq.
-- reminds me as a cubs fan of our epic collapse when the young -- stock is only out to collect the volcano and the great thing about that I don't beside there isn't used in movie it just came out about this department client and I was just -- I was I just -- violated anesthetics later she -- always thought I was like this is as bad as it gets.
And then a couple hours later we saw the yeah the video already yeah.
Maybe you're kind of suffering cubs man right out of so you can't think of -- without saying suffering -- -- I'm sorry years and growing almost redundant bully thing have an asterisk next that.
That's like one for the record books no matter how you how you slice it up absolutely and for the Red Sox fans mean just that you're saying earlier this is supposed to be a team for the ages.
This is a -- coming and that they bought the raise bass player Carl Crawford and of course is irony would have it he's the guy who didn't make the play.
At the end of the game that could've at least have to go -- let you go cleaning the management changes there.
It's a possibility to talk now is that maybe Epstein Michael on a Chicago who knows not Terry Francona -- the could be changes.
There and thank you very much really.
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