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Dustin Pedroia is the anti-Tim Tebow

Written by Juan Cena on Tuesday, May 04 2010 and posted in SWRT



It has not been the best of times for the Boston Red Sox. But after the embarrassment of losing three straight to the Baltimore Orioles, the Sox came back last night with a 17-8 drubbing of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, including an impressive over the Green Monster homer from Dustin Pedroia. After the game, Pedroia took time to give the suffering "fans of New England" a rousing speech of hope and inspiration.

“Everybody can be [expletive] happy when you’re [expletive] 30-1, but what is everybody going to do when we’re 12-14? Are you going to show up to work the next day and write an [expletive] story? Hell no. You’re going to write the best story of your life. We’re going to try and play the best [expletive] game of our life tomorrow. That’s what you’ve got to do when you’re 12-14. Don’t put your head down and mope. Grind it out. You believe. That’s what we’re built on.”




John Henry and Theo Epstein need to go ahead and engrave Pedroia's speech on a plaque and place it at the entrance of Fenway Park so it can inspire future generations of Red Sox players and fans, just like Florida did with Tim Tebow's immortal speech. Pedroia's speech has to at least be on a par with it.
(via Big League Stew, WEEI)


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It has not been the best of times for the Boston Red Sox. But after the embarrassment of losing three straight to the Baltimore Orioles, the Sox came back last night with a 17-8 drubbing of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, including an impressive over the Green Monster homer from Dustin Pedroia. After the game, Pedroia took time to give the suffering "fans of New England" a rousing speech of hope and inspiration.

“Everybody can be [expletive] happy when you’re [expletive] 30-1, but what is everybody going to do when we’re 12-14? Are you going to show up to work the next day and write an [expletive] story? Hell no. You’re going to write the best story of your life. We’re going to try and play the best [expletive] game of our life tomorrow. That’s what you’ve got to do when you’re 12-14. Don’t put your head down and mope. Grind it out. You believe. That’s what we’re built on.”




John Henry and Theo Epstein need to go ahead and engrave Pedroia's speech on a plaque and place it at the entrance of Fenway Park so it can inspire future generations of Red Sox players and fans, just like Florida did with Tim Tebow's immortal speech. Pedroia's speech has to at least be on a par with it.
(via Big League Stew, WEEI)



Posted originally: 2010-05-04 13:09:00
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