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Grammar police, please arrest David Ross

Toronto Blue Jays v Boston Red Sox

BOSTON, MA - MAY 11: David Ross #3 of the Boston Red Sox is congratulated by teammates after crossing home plate to score and tying the game at two runs each against the Toronto Blue Jays during the game on May 11, 2013 at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)

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As mentioned here, Red Sox teammates Ryan Dempster and Jonny Gomes playfully “repaired” the dugout phone David Ortiz demolished in a fit of rage in last night’s loss to the Orioles. The two hooked up aluminum cans on a piece of string, the way they used to do in the olden days.

The @MLB Twitter posted a picture of catcher David Ross attempting to use the contraption, capturing a pithy slogan for the Red Sox who had, until Friday night’s loss, been in first place since the end of May. Unfortunately, the shirt had an unfortunate grammatical error:

Can you hear me now? @RedSox ‘repair’ dugout phone after @davidortiz’s outburst:

— MLB (@MLB) July 28, 2013