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The Boston Red Sox are coming off another terrible year in the 2015 MLB season. After winning the 2013 World Series, the Red Sox posted a 78 win season and placed last in the American League East. Look for the Red Sox to rebound in the 2016 MLB season and make a run at the MLB playoffs and 2016 World Series.

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Poor Xander Bogaerts. The X Man was about the only living highlight from this sit-flat 4-6 homestand, and his tenth-inning single in today’s game helped the Sox retain a bit of pride as they headed out to Texas. Unfortunately, as Xander learned, success comes not without a price. As soon as he completed his jaunt down to first, Xander was pelted with a cup of flour, apparently the new celebratory gesture for walk-offs. A few minutes later, having dusted himself off for a post-game interview, X was doused with a jug of Gatorade. As you can see from the vines blow, Guerin Austin was once again an unfortunate casualty. When Xander’s officially named the AL’s starting shortstop at the 2016 All-Star game, I’ll expect nothing less from his teammates than a full tar-and-feathering. The post Xander Bogaerts Learns It’s Tough Out There for a Winner appeared first on Surviving Grady.
       
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The Red Sox keep dousing their on-field reporter, Guerin Austin, in Powerade.  Boston has soaked Austin in celebratory post-game showers multiple times over the last month and it happened again today. This might’ve been the worst one, too.  The Red Sox beat the White Sox, 8-7, on a walkoff win in the 10th inning. Following the win, Austin interviewed the man responsible for the game-winning hit, shortstop Xander Bogaerts.  Then, the Powerade came.  Here are multiple angles of the soaking. Austin, drenched in the blue Powerade, appears ready to cry.  I can’t imagine how this felt @guerinaustin – but hey, at least the #RedSox got a W!! pic.twitter.com/yWqdoORxHj — Daniel K (@0REDSOX7) June 23, 2016 Poor @guerinaustin ! @redsox #redsox pic.twitter.com/nwQGD3HWUB — Geno Carter (@Genosworld) June 23, 2016 Hopefully the Red Sox are paying for Austin’s dry cleaning bill.  It might not be a bad idea to have a rain coat ready for the post-game interviews, either. 
       
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