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  • 13 June 2019
    导出博客文章Marcus Ericsson admits he questioned it quite a lot when he heard Sauber had
    opted to take year-old Ferrari engines for the 2017 season.Sauber opted for the
    older power units at a cut price in order to maximise the focus on next years
    sweeping regulation changes. Though Ericsson was eventually convinced about the
    benefits by the team, he wondered whether the tactic would lead to Sauber
    struggling in the same way Toro Rosso has this season with a 2015-spec Ferrari
    engine.When I first heard about it, I questioned it quite a lot and I was
    thinking, is that really the right way to go? said Ericsson. Then I spoke to the
    guys at the track and the factory and the reasoning makes sense, as there are
    really big changes to the regulations and we are a small team. The team can
    focus on developing the car for next year and knowing what package we will have
    will help.Sauber has been going through a rebuilding process since being taken
    over by Longbow Finance prior to the summer break. Though that has included an
    overhaul on the staff side, Ericsson is happy the team now has the funds to
    ensure it is competitive next season.You look at Toro Rosso and how much theyve
    lost, but all the guys I speak to back in the factory and here are convinced
    that its the right way to go as a team. The chassis has not been where it should
    be in this team, and to go into the winter not knowing about the package is just
    going to hurt even more.Now, the resources are here in the team to really push
    on the chassis side and they feel that to really do that they need to know early
    enough what were going to have in the back. If we know what we have in the back
    they can really push hard on the chassis side. So I understand it and it makes
    sense to me now.Though Sauber is yet to confirm its line-up, Ericsson is
    expected to remain at the team in 2017.
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    for the second time in less than a week when the Boston Red Sox host the Tampa
    Bay Rays in the second game of a three-game series on Tuesday night.Drew
    Pomeranz, the left-hander the Red Sox acquired from the San Diego Padres in
    exchange for a top pitching prospect, has turned around a slow start and lost
    only once in his last five starts.That loss came last Thursday, when Pomeranz
    struck out a career-high 11 in six innings and fell to the Rays and Odorizzi in
    St. Petersburg.A lot of strikeouts. Sometimes I like that, sometimes I dont,
    Pomeranz said after that game dropped his combined NL/AL record to 10-10. I
    could have took a few quick outs in places to get a couple more innings out
    there.Pomeranz allowed one run through six but failed to retire either of the
    first two batters in the seventh and the result was a second straight Red Sox
    loss to send the team home 7-4 on the long road trip.He has allowed two or fewer
    runs over his last five starts with a 2.40 ERA over that 30-inning stretch,
    striking out 31 over that span.It is disappointing, Pomeranz said of the loss.
    Its always disappointing when you lose. We would have liked to have those last
    two to complete the road trip. But it happens.His run is lukewarm compared to
    Odorizzi, 6-0 since the All-Star break with what has to this point been the
    lowest Tampa Bay ERA (1.59) of any pitcher in club history. He has thhe
    second-lowest second-half ERA in the major leagues this season and has not lost
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    sixth inning of last Thursdays game.Have to credit (pitching coach Jim Hickey),
    he said. Great mound visit. He came out and said first-pitch changeup, get a
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    Miller 3-for-8 with a homer. Logan Forsythe, also a former Padre (but not an
    ex-teammate), is 2-for-11 against Pomeranz.Odorizzi will be trying to even the
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