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Your browser does not support iframes. Jonny Gomes executed this great diving catch and unassisted double play during the 15th inning of Wednesday’s Red Sox-Mariners game in Boston, though the catch actually happened on Thursday as the game carried over past midnight. Gomes’ catch prevented the Mariners from taking the lead and the putout at second ended their scoring threat all together. The Sox went on to win 5-4 on a Stephen Drew walk-off single in the bottom of the inning. It’s not too often you see a 7 double play happen in baseball, but this one was huge for the Red Sox. The post Let’s watch Jonny Gomes turn an unassisted double play from leftfield appeared first on The Nosebleeds.
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Need further proof that baseball is a game of redemption? A couple nights ago, Daniel Nava was the goat. The guy who made a baserunning blunder that was as costly to us as a bad call at the plate in sealing our loss to the Rays. Tonight, he put the exclamation point on an improbable six-run, ninth inning comeback that earned the Sox an 8-7 win over the Mariners and a one-game advantage...
It's been quite an exciting 24 hours for the Boston Red Sox. Comebacks, walk-offs, surprising heroes.
It's been quite a 24 hours for Red Sox Nation. Don't worry, we'll sleep in November.
It's also been quite a 24 hours for Jonny Gomes.
Early Thursday morning Gomes scored an unassisted double play.
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A.B. In 2013 is it still OK to enjoy a hot sideline reporter getting soaked by a post-game water cooler celebration? Or is that sexist and degrading?
I guess I’ll take my chances and pull a Musberger. Jenny Dell looks awesome soaking wet. There I said it.
Plus, what a champ, barely missing a beat and continuing the interview. True professionalism. True hotness.
Unassisted double plays are nothing new in baseball, but they don’t usually come courtesy of the left fielder. Jonny Gomes pulled off that rare feat Wednesday night — in the 15th inning, no less. With two men on and one out in a 4-4 game, Seattle’s Michael Saunders sent a sinking line drive into left field. Gomes robbed Saunders with a diving grab, however, before trotting...
Jonny Gomes is the pinch hitter to end all pinch hitters.
Gomes, who was subbed in partway through Thursday night’s Red Sox win, was once again in the middle of the action in the ninth inning. This time, the Red Sox came back from five runs down, plating six runs in the bottom of the ninth to win on another walk-off.
Gomes had one of the pivotal hits, singling in Shane Victorino...
(TWITTER photo)While Kevin Millar was doing his usual gig on WEEI's Mut & Merloni program, an unexpected caller interrupted the interview—Red Sox left-fielder Jonny Gomes. Hearing some of the trash talk dished out by Millar ("Gomes get HRs in batting practice, I get them for real"), Gomes felt compelled to respond in real time. Commenting on Millar's "...
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Jonny Gomes admits that he’s played on teams in the past where, if the opponent ties the game late, it’s like “wind out of your sails.”
But “not this team,” says the Boston left fielder.
The Red Sox came up with their 10th walk-off win of the season late Wednesday night into Thursday morning. The club is now just two shy of its season-best mark for walk-off wins, but...
BOSTON — Jonny Gomes didn’t enter Thursday night’s 8-7 comeback win for the Red Sox until the eighth inning, but by the time the game was over, he sure did leave his mark.
Gomes, who came into the game in the bottom of the eighth as a pinch hitter for Mike Carp, was able to influence Boston’s win with both his glove and his bat in the short amount of time he played.
Your browser does not support iframes. The Boston Red Sox defeated the Seattle Mariners in extra innings on Wednesday night, and if not for an incredible play by Jonny Gomes late in the game the outcome may have been reversed. Gomes, who entered the game as a pinch hitter in the 13th inning, made an [...]
We've been seeing this a lot during this 2013 MLB season. Sideline reporters getting doused with water, Gatorade, etc.
Up until last night, Boston Red Sox NESN reporter Jenny Dell had escaped the wrath of the postgame celebration.
While interviewing Jonny Gomes after the improbable 8-7 comeback win over the Seattle Mariners, Dell along with Gomes were soaked with a bucket...
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The Red Sox had a ridiculous rally last night, scoring 6 runs in the bottom of the 9th to beat the Mariners 8-7. In what has become the norm this season, NESN's Jenny Dell was the latest sideline reporter to be involved in the postgame celebration. Watch as she and Jonny Gomes get doused with a bucket of water in the postgame interview...
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By now, it’s bordering on the absurd.
All season, the Red Sox have made a habit of ninth-inning comebacks and walkoff dramatics at Fenway Park. But even they had no business doing what they did in the ninth...
BOSTON — Apparently, notching one walk-off win a day isn’t enough for these Red Sox.
The Red Sox capped Wednesday’s 15-inning affair with a walk-off win after midnight. Less than 24 hours later, they scored six runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to defeat the Mariners, 8-7.
Dramatic victories have become the norm in Boston, as the Red Sox now have a major league-leading...
Every morning, we compile the links of the day and dump them here...
highlighting the big storyline. Because there's nothing quite as
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Facing the Red Sox in Fenway Park for the second time in five nights,
Rays ace David Price breezed through seven innings, sat through a
39-minute rain delay and returned to strike out Jonny Gomes to...