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Red Sox Must Look Elsewhere for Shortstop as Alex Gonzalez Signs with Toronto Blue Jays

Alex Gonzalez signed a 1-year, $2.75 million deal with the Toronto Blue Jays last week. That means that the Red Sox will have to look elsewhere to fill the void at the position. The Red Sox acquired Gonzalez from the Cincinnati Reds during the middle of the 2009 MLB schedule. In 44 games, Gonzalez […]

Starting Pitcher Report Card – Tim Wakefield – B

Let’s take a look at the Red Sox starting rotation – despite injuries and some poor performances (Tim Wakefield, Daisuke Matsuzaka, Brad Penny and John Smoltz), the top 3 Red Sox starting pitchers were excellent – Josh Beckett, Jon Lester and Clay Buchholz. The Penny and Smoltz experiments can be deemed failures, but Beckett, […]

Starting Pitcher Report Card – Clay Buchholz – B

Let’s take a look at the Red Sox starting rotation – despite injuries and some poor performances (Tim Wakefield, Daisuke Matsuzaka, Brad Penny and John Smoltz), the top 3 Red Sox starting pitchers were excellent – Josh Beckett, Jon Lester and Clay Buchholz. The Penny and Smoltz experiments can be deemed failures, but Beckett, […]

Starting Pitcher Report Card – Jon Lester – A-

Let’s take a look at the Red Sox starting rotation – despite injuries and some poor performances (Tim Wakefield, Daisuke Matsuzaka, Brad Penny and John Smoltz), the top 3 Red Sox starting pitchers were excellent – Josh Beckett, Jon Lester and Clay Buchholz. The Penny and Smoltz experiments can be deemed failures, but Beckett, […]

Starting Pitcher Report Card – Josh Beckett – A-

Let’s take a look at the Red Sox starting rotation – despite injuries and some poor performances (Tim Wakefield, Daisuke Matsuzaka, Brad Penny and John Smoltz), the top 3 Red Sox starting pitchers were excellent – Josh Beckett, Jon Lester and Clay Buchholz. The Penny and Smoltz experiments can be deemed failures, but Beckett, […]

Red Sox Making Move for Roy Halladay?

Could it be? The New York Daily News has reported that Theo Epstein and the Red Sox are going after Toronto Blue Jays ace Roy Halladay. The goal is to acquire Halladay in a trade before Baseball’s Winter Meetings even start in Indianapolis on December 7th. The Red Sox are supposedly putting on a […]

Terry Francona, Red Sox Promote DeMarlo Hale to Bench Coach

DeMarlo Hale will be Terry Francona’s new bench coach during the 2010, taking over for Brad Mills who became the Manager of the Houston Astros in October. Hale has served as the Red Sox 3rd base coach for the last 4 seasons. Hale has stayed under the radar despite having one of the toughest […]

Theo Epstein & Red Sox – Free Agent Wish List

This year, unlike any other, GM Theo Epstein and the Red Sox will have to be at the top of their game in order to stay ahead of the curve. With a “weak” free agent market, there are few options for the Red Sox to target. If the Red Sox were to fail in […]

Red Sox Add Robert Manuel; Set 40-Man Roster

The Boston Red Sox finalized their 40-man roster prior to the Friday deadline in anticipation of the Rule 5 Draft at the Winter Meetings in December. The Red Sox claimed Robert Manuel off of waivers from the Seattle Mariners.

Manuel split the 2009 baseball season with the Cincinnati Reds Triple A affiliate in Louisville […]

Jason Varitek Back for 14th Season with Red Sox

Jason Varitek will be back for a 14th season in a Red Sox uniform at Fenway Park in Boston. The Red Sox declined a $5 million club option to keep Varitek, but Varitek decided to exercise his $3 million option to remain a Red Sox for what presumably will be his last year in […]