Felger & Mazz: The Nonexistent Heartbeat At Fenway

In the first game of a day-night double-header, the Red Sox lost the Orioles 6-5. The loss cuts the Red Sox lead to 1.5 games ahead of the Tampa Bay Rays in the Wild Card.

Yesterday, Carl Crawford was scratched from the lineup and today he was out of the lineup with a stiff neck. Earlier today, Crawford released a statement apologizing for his performance this season. Did Crawford pull a Manny?

How come on the record Adrian Gonzalez won’t mention his injury, but off the record, he lets a national reporter know?

Why is Kyle Weiland getting starts over Alfredo Aceves?

Are the Red Sox relying too much on the Rays losing as opposed to the them trying to win it?

In between games today, who is getting this team back on track for tonight’s game?

Finally, the guys talked about the environment on Fenway. Where’s the heartbeat? Has going to games become just a warm up act for people’s nights?

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