Do You Want to Watch the Red Sox Collapse in Real Time?

Sura ya do!

Well, edited real-time, but you get the gist. Watch this before it gets removed from YouTube. Video link from the amazing Steve Whyno.

4 Comments

  1. Painful.
    I’m not a Sawx fan, and I know so many love to hate on that team. But for some reason I’m not thrilled about their collapse.
    On the other hand – going back to Wednesday’s Talking Chop game thread to witness them lose their shit is eminently satisfying to me.
    Around 9-ish, they were appropriately hateful and insulting:
    “Die in a fire, Pence.
    by Ivan the Great on Sep 28, 2011 8:57 PM EDT reply actions
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    While being attacked by piranhas. by UMDBHIK on Sep 28, 2011 8:57 PM EDT up reply actions ”
    As the game progressed, righteous hostility melted into shock and despair. A day later, TC published a photo essay of that night which featured the following captions:
    “But like the Championship caliber team the Phils are, they kept fighting.”
    and -
    “The Phillies are ruthless. They put their foot down on the throat of a teams season, even though it meant nothing to them. That’s the coldness that Champions show.”
    Yes.
    Oh yes.
    .

  2. omg kyle you’ve been amazing these past few days. that amazing morning wood that i told everyone about cause it was pure genius and had my rolling on the floor laughing so hard, this fabulous video. i love seeing dejected boston fans faces. doesnt get old to me. and their dude.. dan s?? whatever.. his predictions and faces .. priceless.. and that power hour video … you’ve been at the top of your game. keep it up :)

  3. Dan Shaughnessy looks like a adult version Thurman Merman from Bad Santa.

  4. We need a Braves video now of there collapse.

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