“We don’t get paid for overtime”- Tommy Pham had no plans for extra innings with the Yankees

Tommy Pham does not have any more time for extra innings with the Yankees.

Tommy Pham
Tommy Pham
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Tommy Pham has experienced walk-off hits before. He was aware of the procedure when he lined the game-winning single down the third base line in the 10th inning of Friday night’s 3-2 Red Sox victory against the Yankees. When your teammates eventually catch up with you after you’ve been running from them for a while, they’ll reward you with a celebratory shower and a recounting of the major events.

I have had a lot of them,” he said when asked about his history of walk-offs. He actually has had three, with his last one coming with the Rays in 2019. Pham was aware of how to punctuate a process, therefore. In 2017, he called his moment “Phamtastic” on the St. Louis Cardinals postgame broadcast.

And this time, the quality of the quote was on another level. “With the game-winning run 90 feet away, what’s your approach in that situation?” asked NESN’s Jahmai Webster. “End it,” Tommy Pham responded. “We don’t get paid for overtime. End it.” Of course. He was efficient as predicted, plating Christian Arroyo with the game-winning shot. “I learned if I touch second it’s a double,” Pham said. “So I’m glad I learned something new today.”

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Tommy Pham is liking it in Boston so far

Tommy Pham
Tommy Pham

This was one of the best-case scenarios for Alex Cora and company, taking into account what Tommy Pham has represented since arriving at the trade deadline. The outfielder has a.784 OPS and has scored nine runs and driven in seven in his ten games with the Red Sox. The Red Sox were four games behind the final Wild Card berth on this particular night, but it brought them within two games of.500.

“He’s a good player. He likes it here,” said Cora of Pham. “All of them, the three of them, because we always talk about Hos (Eric Hosmer) and Tommy, and Reese (McGuire), he’s a good player too. They fit right in. they’re enjoying the atmosphere. They’re looking forward to more games like this and they’ve done an amazing job for us so far.”

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