At season’s end, Red Sox mull manager John Farrell’s fate

Change will come to the Boston Red Sox.

It’s almost inevitable now. A season that began six months ago amid expectations of a championship ended in the rain Monday at Fenway Park. The Red Sox lost 5-4 to the Houston Astros in a thrilling Game 4 of the American League Division Series and were booted from the playoffs 10 victories shy of winning a World Series.

“I saw them as I was backpedaling,” Green, a Georgetown alum, said after his homecoming game. “They were all on the floor. Literally on the floor. That was fun, that was cool.”

“You like any player that is willing to step up and speak and then Cheap Authentic Jerseys From China back it up,” Red Sox manager John Farrell said, noting that Ramirez vowed Saturday that the team would not be swept in two straight years. “He had that energy … it was fantastic. He had a big day.”

Houston reliever Lance McCullers took a hard comebacker off his ankle in Cheap Blackhawks Jerseys the fourth, but needed only one warmup pitch to test it and stay in the game.

“We just walked off the field 10 minutes ago,” Farrell said. “I know that we have got an opportunity to assess where we are as a team. I can’t begin to talk about what the offseason plans are and what changes may be realized. But there’s still a lot of good things that are going on here.”

“We’ve got multiple run schemes in every week,” Pederson said. “It’s just a matter of which ones are working that day. Each week it seems like we face a pretty good front and it’s no different this week.”

In 10 previous meetings between the teams, the top receiving number for a Carolina player came from tight end Greg Olsen with 119 yards in 2014. He won’t play this time because of a foot injury that has him out for a couple of months, but his fill-in, Ed Dickson, is coming off a career-high 175-yard receiving performance.

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