Into the Triangle Podcast: Episode 44

Al and Zach got together for episode 44 and talked about a variety of topics. From beating the best pitcher in baseball in a series sweep to the struggles of both Bobby Dalbec and Franchy Cordero, they talked about the latest developments going on around the team. They had a great discussion and you can hear the latest episode below.


Sweeping deGrom and the Mets

It’s never easy sweeping a series in the MLB, especially if the best pitcher in baseball is pitching against you. In this case, that’s exactly what the Red Sox did against Jacob deGrom and the New York Mets. Zach and Al talked about the series and gave their reactions to the series sweep. It was a good test for the Red Sox offense and they got the job done.

Looking Ahead at the Schedule

During this episode, Boston was in Texas for a four game set against the Rangers. With the Tigers, Orioles, Athletics and Angels coming up on the schedule, the guys talked about each series and to see if the Red Sox can defeat the Athletics who are playing great as of late.

Bobby Dalbec and Franchy Cordero Continue to Struggle

Even though the Red Sox had a great month of April, there are a couple of players who have been struggling ever since the season started. Both Bobby Dalbec and Franchy Cordero are struggling right now. Bobby has cooled down after being productive at the end of last season and Cordero has been struggling since the start of this season. Both Al and Zach discussed this situation and if they’re worried about it. Zach also asked Al if the Red Sox should send down Dalbec to Triple A and call up Michael Chavis.

Where Can You Find Us?

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Other than that, enjoy episode 44 of the Into the Triangle podcast.


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