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Red Sox Looking for Next Japanese Pitching Sensation – Yusei Kikuchi

The Red Sox, like other MLB teams, are going to make a run at 18-year old sensation Yusei Kikuchi. Kukichi is an 18-year old prep school player whose fastball already reaches 96 MPH. WOW!

The Red Sox have an excellent track record with Japanese pitchers – Hideki Okajima, Daisuke Matsuzaka, Junichi Tazawa – and […]

Billy Wagner – Waffling on 2010 MLB Plans

Right after the Angels eliminated the Red Sox from 2009 post-season play this past Sunday, Billy Wagner indicated that he was going to hang it up after a successful major league career. But now Wagner’s agent – Bean Stringfellow – has come out stating that Wagner is still mulling his options. “[Wagner] has every intention […]

Should we Start to Panic? Red Sox Drop 6th Straight Game

Should we start to panic in Beantown? The Red Sox just dropped their 6th straight game – 12-0 to the Blue Jays. Wakefield looked bad (5 ER on 7 hits and 2 walks in just 3 innings). The bullpen did not fare much better – Fernando Cabrera, Manny Delcarmen, Hideki Okajima and back-up catcher […]

Beckett, Ortiz lead Red Sox to Must-Win 9-2 Victory over Royals

It’s about time – the bats finally came back to life and Josh Beckett worked hard to shut down the Royals and pick up his 16th win of the 2009 MLB schedule. After falling behind 2-0 in the 4th inning, the Red Sox rallied for 6 runs in the 5th inning to take control […]

Buchholz, Bay Lead Red Sox to 3-1 Win Over O’s

Clay Buchholz won his 6th game of 2009 as the Red Sox opened their 10-game road trip with a 3-1 win over the O’s in Baltimore. Buchholz pitched 6 innings of 1-run ball, giving up just 5 hits and 3 walks with 1 strikeout. Daniel Bard, Hideki Okajima and Jonathan Papelbon each pitched a […]

Rays Officially Give Up; Red Sox Sweep Rays @ Fenway Park

Ouch… Looks like the Rays have officially given up. The Red Sox swept the Rays on Sunday (3-1; 4-0), sending the Rays to their 11th straight defeat. The Rays now trail the Yankees by 19.5 games in the AL East race and the Red Sox by 12.5 games in the AL Wild Card race. […]

Red Sox Looking Forward to Return to Fenway Park

After wrapping up a 3-4 road trip in Tampa and Chicago, the Red Sox are looking forward to a return to Fenway Park for a nice 8-game home stand spaced out over 10 days. The Red Sox will have an off-day in between each series.

The Red Sox took 2 of 3 from the […]

Lester, Wagner, Papelbon Propel Red Sox to Big 8-4 Win Over Rays

That loud noise you heard Tuesday night in Tampa was a huge collective sigh of relief as the Red Sox beat the Rays 8-4 in Tampa for only their 2nd win there this season. It wasn’t easy. Leading 7-2 heading to the bottom of the 8th inning, the usually reliable Hideki Okajima didn’t retire […]

Roller Coaster Ride of a Win for Red Sox Over White Sox

Jon Lester took another frustrating no decision on Tuesday night at Fenway Park. Lester thought he got out of a 2nd and 3rd, 1 out jam in the top of the 7th inning when he struck out Alexei Ramirez for what should have been the 3rd out. But the ball bounced away from Jason […]

Suprise, Surprise – – Red Sox Beat Halladay, Take Back AL Wild Card Lead

Just when everyone was getting ready to count out the Red Sox, Clay Buchholz outduels Roy Halladay 6-1, and the Red Sox take back the AL Wild Card lead over the Texas Rangers by a game. The Red Sox roughed up Halladay for 5 runs on 8 hits and 2 walks in just 5 […]