Alex Cora’s Twitter activity after the Red Sox were outnumbered speaks volumes

Red Sox manager Alex Cora said all the right things after Tanner Houck’s absence meant Boston gave the Blue Jays a ninth-inning lead.

Houck couldn’t Trip to Canada for the game due to his COVID-19 vaccination status. While the Boston closer was previously quoted as saying he would do whatever it takes to help his team win, it doesn’t involve a medical procedure.

Instead of this, Houck has stuck to that personal decision along with Chris Sale and several other members of the Red Sox. It could, of course, come back to haunt Boston as they find themselves on a post-season collision course with the Jays. If the season ended today, the Sox would travel to Toronto for that series.

While Cora didn’t fire any shots after the game, his activity on social media has made it very clear how he feels about the COVID-19 vaccine.

Cora retweeted the following report, which mentions 17 more deaths from COVID-19 in Puerto Rico.

The timing of this retweet is suspect, but just like Houck and co., Cora had a personal choice and chose the vaccine because he believed in the potentially life-saving treatment in some cases.

Red Sox have to recover from the heavy defeat on Tuesday night

Boston lost their first two games in Toronto, which doesn’t bode well for a team that will likely be forced to play shorthanded there all season. Competing in Wednesday’s final matchup would help end the short road trip on a positive note.

A sweep, meanwhile, would confirm what many have suspected – this Boston team is flawed enough when healthy, let alone some of its best players in key positions. The Sox’s bullpen could use some reinforcements by deadline day. Without Houck, they lack backend options. Alex Cora’s Twitter activity after the Red Sox were outnumbered speaks volumes

John Verrall

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