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Red Sox Welcome Tigers to Beantown for 3-game Weekend Series @ Fenway Park – Friday 7/30/10

The Boston Red Sox welcome the hobbling Detroit Tigers to Boston for a 3-game weekend set at Fenway Park. While the Red Sox are getting healthier by the day, the Tigers are still trying to recover from a recent slew of injuries that have caused the Tigers to lose 13 of their last 16 […]

Injury Update – Mike Cameron, Jacoby Ellsbury & Dustin Pedroia

While Josh Beckett, Clay Buchholz and Victor Martinez have all come back and performed well for the Red Sox, now it’s time for Dustin Pedroia, Mike Cameron & Jacoby Ellsbury to show that they can stay healthy and be productive during the final 2 months of the season.

FYI – Beckett stands to pick […]

Lackey & Lowrie’s Late Rally Propel Red Sox to 2nd Straight Win in Anaheim – Red Sox 4, Angels 2 – 7/27/10

John Lackey kept his former club in check for a 2nd time in 2010, and the Red Sox pushed across 4 late runs in order to pull off the 4-2 win over the Angels in Anaheim.

The Good — Lackey matched Jered Weaver pitch for pitch, giving up just 2 ER on 7 hits […]

Buchholz Bounces Back, as Red Sox End 2-game Skid with Win over Angels — Red Sox 6, Angels 3 – 7/26/10

Clay Buchholz regained his form that made him the Red Sox most formidable pitcher for most of the 2010 slate. Buchholz racked up 115 pitches through 7 innings of 1-run ball. He allowed just 5 hits and 1 walk and struck out 7 Angels’ hitters in his 11th win of the season. Buchholz was […]

Weekend Ends on Sour Note in Seattle – Red Sox 1, Mariners 5 Saturday 7/24/10 & Red Sox 2, Mariners 4 Saturday 7/25/10

The Red Sox had to have liked their chances for a sweep over the Mariners this weekend in Seattle after winning the 1st 2 games of the series. They had Jon Lester pitching on Saturday and Daisuke Matsuzaka throwing on Sunday and they were confident that the 2 starters could lead the squad to […]

Thank Josh — Beckett Is Back – Red Sox 2, Mariners 1 – 7/23/10

Thanks Josh – Beckett is back. It wasn’t all pretty, but it was great to see Josh Beckett back on the mound and throwing hard. Hopefully he’s not too sore today.

Josh Beckett threw 98 pitches in 5 2/3 effective innings. What a pretty sight to see – never thought I could feel that […]

Starting to Have Serious Doubts About This Red Sox Team — Red Sox 8, Mariners 6 – 13 INN – 7/22/10

I am starting to have some serious doubts about this 2010 Red Sox squad. I can’t remember the last time a Red Sox team in recent memory blew a 5-run lead in the 9th inning. So how did it all go so wrong?

John Lackey probably worked 8 of the best innings that he’s […]

Buchholz Struggles, Red Sox Drop Series to A’s in Oakland – Red Sox 4, A’s 6 – 7/21/10

Clay Buchholz clearly might have needed a rehab start or 2 before returning to the big leagues following his leg/hamstring injury. The Red Sox squad was thrilled to get Buchholz back (in theory), but the results on the field were not so hot. Buchholz clearly looked a little “out of sync” during his short […]

Frustrating 10th Inning Leads to Red Sox Loss — Red Sox 4, A’s 5 – 7/20/10

That was a tough loss on Tuesday night. We had double the hits that the A’s did, yet still lost 5-4 in 10 innings. So painful…

That “phantom” balk call in the 10th inning on Ramon Ramirez clearly set up the game-winning single by Kevin Kouzmanoff. If the balk doesn’t move Daric Barton over […]

Daisuke, Papelbon Lead Red Sox to “Big” West Coast Win – Red Sox 2, A’s 1 – 7/19/10

The Red Sox recovered from a rough 4-game series against the Rangers at Fenway Park over the weekend to pull off a nice 2-1 win over the A’s in Oakland.

The Good — Daisuke Matsuzaka – 6 2/3 quality innings allowing just 2 hits and 2 walks while making only 89 pitches. The lone […]