The Red Sox bullpen phones didn't work and there was mass chaos at Fenway Park
You don't think about it too much, but it's funny how baseball dugouts and bullpens still communicate via telephone. Why not cell phones? Why not texts? Why not drones?
Well, during the Red Sox's 3-1 loss to the Phillies on Tuesday night, Boston's landlines stopped working. Manager Alex Cora could NOT communicate with his bullpen coach to get the correct reliever warming up. Phones, hand signals, sunflower-seed throws ... nothing.
Finally, after using walkie-talkies and what looked like Bullpen Cop's iPhone, the Sox solved the issue and got the right pitcher warmed up. Someone should've brought in David Ortiz to fix things.