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Pitching Rules in Red Sox Braves Weekend Series in Atlanta

Took a few days off on Sunday and Monday to get ready for the crazy July in which the Red Sox play 17 home games at Fenway Park. Pitching ruled in Atlanta over the weekend as the 2 teams combined for a total of just 9 runs all weekend long.

Josh Beckett out-dueled Jarr […]

Red Sox Finale in Atlanta – Penny v. Hanson

The Red Sox and Braves will play the final game of their inter-league season on Sunday afternoon at 1:35PM.

Brad Penny will start for the Red Sox. Penny did not face the Braves when they visited Fenway Park last weekend. Penny is 1-0 in 2 inter-league starts and is 6-2 overall on the season, […]

David Ortiz & Mike Lowell Update

Mike Lowell is starting to feel the negative affects of off-season hip surgery. For the 1st 2 months of the 2009 MLB schedule, Lowell has been doing great – .283 batting average; 10 HR’s; 41 RBI’s; 30 runs scored in 67 games. But the grind of the MLB every day play is finally taking […]

Nats Avoid Sweep, Knock Around Smoltz & Win 9-3

The Nationals avoided the sweep on Thursday night by defeating John Smoltz and the Red Sox 9-3 at Nationals Park. Things did not get off to a good start for John Smoltz in his 1st career appearance in a Red Sox uniform. After Smoltz got Crsitian Guzman to ground out to start the inning, […]

Red Sox Top Nats 6-4 in DC for 2nd Straight Night

The Red Sox defeated the Nationals 6-4 at Nationals Park on Wednesday night. Jon Lester evened his record at 6-6 with a solid 6-inning effort. Lester gave up 3 ER and 6 hits and 2 walks while striking out 6 along the way. Jonathan Papelbon pitched a 1-2-3 9th inning – needing only 11 […]

Red Sox Crush Nationals 11-3 in 1st Game for Red Sox in Nationals Park

The Red Sox defeated the Nationals 11-3 – it was a back and forth game until the Red Sox blew it open with 8 runs in the final 3 innings. Manny Delcarmen picked up his 2nd win of the 2009 MLB schedule by retiring the only batter he faced in the bottom of the […]

Red Sox Fotunate to Have Nick Green in the Picture

Nick Green has established himself as the Red Sox everyday shortstop… at least until Jed Lowrie returns from his wrist injury and shows he can stay healthy.

Nick Green has played 52 of the Red Sox 69 games so far during the 2009 MLB schedule. Green has a .293 batting average with 4 home […]

Red Sox Finish Home Stand on High Note

The Boston Red Sox took the final 2 games of the weekend series against the Atlanta Braves and upped their home record at Fenway Park to 25-10 – tied for the best in MLB with the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Red Sox are 42-27 overall and have a 4-game lead over the Yankees, a […]

Smoltz Ready to Return This Week – Where Does That Leave Starting Rotation?

The problem is a good problem. The Red Sox have too many good starters to go around. Manager Terry Francona and GM Theo Epstein have their work cut out for them over the next month or so.

With the return of John Smoltz scheduled for Thursday, June 25th against the Nationals in Washington, DC, […]

Braves Hammer Daisuke, Top Red Sox 8-2 @ Fenway Park

This is starting to get old – another atrocious outing from Daisuke Matsuzaka. We should have known it was going to be a long night when Braves lead-off hitter Nate McLouth stroked a home run to right field on Daisuke’s first pitch of the game. Daisuke ended up giving up 6 ER on 8 […]