Red Sox’s Chris Sale (3-8) sounds off on ‘absolutely embarrassing’ first half

first_img David Ortiz shooting was a hit gone wrong, police say “I know who I am and who I’m supposed to be for this team, and I haven’t been anything close,” Sale told reporters (via nesn.com). “I’m, like, 3-8. That’s absolutely embarrassing. … On a team like this, they need me to be better.“There’s nothing to look back on other than just being bad. I don’t know if it’s this or that, everything feels good. It’s just, I haven’t been getting it done. It’s been a tough go.” Related News DJ playing our favourite hit 🎧 #LetsGoBlueJays pic.twitter.com/FSnHo2Ie5U— Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) July 4, 2019Red Sox manager Alex Cora agreed that Sale hasn’t lived up to expectations. Sale isn’t expected to pitch again until after the All-Star break, which will give him at least nine days off before he’s scheduled to face the Dodgers. Cora is hopeful Sale will come back stronger after having some time off, though Cora maintains Sale isn’t injured.“It wasn’t good,” Cora said (per the New York Post). “Just a lot of pitches in the zone. I know he’s disappointed. … Hopefully, when he comes back, we’ll get him back on track.” Struggling Red Sox ace Chris Sale said after his team’s 6-3 loss to the Blue Jays on Wednesday that he has never felt more “frustrated” by his performance.Toronto’s Danny Jansen, Brandon Drury and Lourdes Gurriel Jr. hit home runs off Sale, and he gave up five runs and a season-high nine hits in 5 2/3 innings in Wednesday’s game.center_img After another rough outing, Sale’s ERA ballooned to 4.04 to go with his 3-8 mark in 18 starts. With the Red Sox sitting third in the American League East at 45-41 behind the Yankees and Rays, Sale admitted that he’s been holding back his team.“I’m supposed to be a big part of this team, a big part of this pitching staff, and I’ve probably been the biggest crutch,” Sale said. “I’m standing before you as frustrated as I’ve ever been.” Nathan Eovaldi to be Red Sox closer upon return from IL, report sayslast_img read more

JOURNALIST WAS ‘HEAVILY INVOLVED’ IN LETTERKENNY DRUGS TRADE

first_imgA JOURNALIST was one of the main drugs pushers in Letterkenny until she was caught in an undercover Garda sting, a court has heard.Lisa Harnett, whose address was given as James Larkin Court in the town, was caught with a cocktail of drugs.Drugs squad officer Garda Paul Harte said he and his team launched a major investigation in the middle of 2011 based upon surveillance and intelligence work. “She was heavily involved in the sale and supply of drugs in Letterkenny,” said the Garda.On July 22, 2011, as a result of the inquiries, Gardai stopped a car and searched Harnett and carried a follow-up search at a house in Rowan Park in the town.Two bags of amphatimine were hidden under the passenger seat and were later found to be worth €309.The searches also yielded cocaine worth €145 and cannabis worth €97.Garda Harte said a ‘tick list’ with customer orders was also found and that mobile phone had messages relating to the illegal drugs business.“It also had messages which showed she believed she was under surveillance,” said the Garda.“She was cooperative and hasn’t come to our attention since. She didn’t show any signs of wealth and it appears she spent the money on herself,” he added.It was her first offence, the court heard.Judge Paul Kelly ordered Harnett to make a €300 donation to a charity taking local children to Lourdes.JOURNALIST WAS ‘HEAVILY INVOLVED’ IN LETTERKENNY DRUGS TRADE was last modified: November 11th, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:drug dealerjournalistletterkennyLISA Harnettlast_img read more