“From my perspective and what I’ve seen — I’ve played on 100-loss teams, and I’ve played on close-to 100-win teams, and last year the Red Sox won (108) games,” Kinsler said. “When I compare the two, the teams that I was on that were winners, there wasn’t an over-celebration. It was, ‘We’re supposed to win. We’re better than them, and that’s what is supposed to happen.’ And when you lose, it’s kind of a shock. The music is off and everyone is like, ‘What just happened? That’s not supposed to happen.’ Then you take a shower, wash it down the drain and you get ready for the next day.