Red Sox thoroughly embarrass themselves right after the All-Star break

The Boston Red Sox are not having a good time against the Blue Jays as the pain gets worse the longer the game goes on.

That Boston Red Sox are not enjoying baseball very much right now, and they continue to feel embarrassed.

On Friday night against the Blue Jays, on two separate occasions, simply catching a fly ball was too difficult for them. One resulted in an inside-the-park grand slam, the other scored a run.

Baseball fundamentals are still something that gets practiced, right? What about those two hits that caused these players to miss balls? Did the lights get into her eyes, or was it something else?

Regardless of what it was, it’s absolutely embarrassing because those are two things professional baseball players should know.

The Boston Red Sox embarrassed their fans with two horrific errors (and Friday night’s overall performance).

While I understand that some of the lights caused them to lose sight of the ball for a second, taking their eyes off it or not using any form of communication with each other is unacceptable.

At the Grand Slam, it should have been a routine fly-out game that ended the inning, but instead the midfielder lost the ball, threw his hands up, and by the time his teammate got the ball, Toronto had scored. Come on man, this doesn’t look good. He quit and didn’t even try to redeem himself.

I’m frustrated to be 6-0 down, but giving up that game made it an even bigger deficit. The midfielder gave up that game and it was obvious.

This second video shows the catcher calling off the third baseman and pitcher to make another routine catch. However, he doesn’t – instead, he stops moving, then looks at the third baseman and the ball falls between them. Where is the communication in this piece?

No excuse is acceptable at this point as these are basics that professional baseball players don’t do. I’m sure some fans will find a way to stand up for their favorite players, but having two different plays like this in one game is downright embarrassing. Red Sox thoroughly embarrass themselves right after the All-Star break

John Verrall

John Verrall is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. John Verrall joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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