Everything was "unbelievable" to Boston Red Sox manager Joe Morgan after his team endured a 6-4 loss to the Orioles yesterday.
Oh, the Sox skipper could believe that Boston rookie first baseman Mo Vaughn almost hit the second home run in history out of Memorial Stadium. Vaughn's fifth-inning blast reportedly fell five rows shy of clearing the rightfield bleachers.
"I can't believe there haven't been more of them," Morgan said.
Most of all, though, he could not believe how far the Red Sox, who earlier this season owned a comfortable lead in the American League East, have fallen so fast.