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Tampa Bay Rays Top Red Sox 12-4, Bowden Struggles

The Tampa Bay Rays and Boston Red Sox renewed their AL East rivalry with a spring training game in Post Charlotte. The Rays pounded the Red Sox 12-4, getting off to a 10-0 head start and never looking back. Red Sox youngster Bowden struggled in his 1st spring start – he gave up 4 earned […]

Red Sox Pitching Looking Strong In The Early Going

We just wrote about how deep the Red Sox pitching staff is. After a solid start to the spring by Josh Beckett yesterday, it looks like a few more Red Sox pitchers are at the tops of their games. In the Red Sox 3-2 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates, Jon Lester started the game […]

Red Sox Monitor Daisuke Matsuzaka’s “Spring Training” in Japan

This is an unusual spring training for Red Sox starter Daisuke Matsuzaka. Matsuzaka is a starting pitcher for the Japan national team that is going to compete in the World Baseball Classic next month. Because of travel logistics – Japan’s first round in the World Baseball Class takes place in Japan – the Red Sox […]

Red Sox Top Boston College 7-1; Face Minnesota Twins in Night Cap

The Boston Red Sox got off to a good start during spring training, albeit against a collegiate program. The Red Sox topped the Boston College Eagles 7-1 in their first taste of spring training action. Josh Beckett pitched 2 perfect innings. He threw an efficient 22 pitches (15 for strikes) and struck out 2 […]

Red Sox Lucky To Have Depth in Pitching Staff

The Boston Red Sox are in a very enviable position. It’s always nice to have depth in the pitching competition during Spring Training, and the Red Sox might have the most depth of any team in the majors.

You have your 4 starters locked in to the rotation – Josh Beckett, Daisuke Matsuzaka, Jon […]

Clay Buchholz – Gains Confidence, Ready For Big Leagues Once Again

In only his 2nd major league start, Clay Buchholz did something that most pitchers only dream of doing – he threw a no-hitter in front of the home crowd at Fenway Park on September 1, 2007. 9 innings, no hits, 9 strikeouts and 3 walks, for a masterful 10-0 win over the Baltimore Orioles. […]

Not Good – Big Papi Trained With Banned Trainer Angel Presinal

Not good – just a few days after David Ortiz went off on the steroids issue, a Daily News article named Big Papi as one of twelve major league players who has trained with a banned trainer in the Dominican Republic – one Angel Presinal. Here’s what we know:

Angel Presinal helps players train […]

Mark Kotsay Update – Time Table Set For May Return

Mark Kotsay expects to be back on the field for the Red Sox right at the beginning of May – just about 3 months from the date he had surgery on his back to repair a herniated disc. Kotsay has been through this before, and it took him exactly 3 months to get back on […]

Mike Lowell – Healthy & Geared Up for 2009 Red Sox Season!

The 2008 MLB season was a frustrating one for Red Sox 3rd baseman Mike Lowell. Battling a nagging hip injury all season long, Lowell was limited to only 113 games during the 2008 season – his lowest game total in his 3 seasons with the Red Sox. Lowell was still productive – .274 batting […]

Dustin Pedroia – Still As Competitive As Ever

Dustin Pedroia has played 2 full seasons as the starting 2nd baseman for the Boston Red Sox. In 2007, Dustin Pedroia was named the American League’s Rookie of the Year as helped the Red Sox win their 2nd World Series championship in a 4-year stretch. In 2008, Dustin Pedroia was named the American League’s […]