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Red Sox Finish 2009 with 4-game Sweep of Indians @ Fenway Park

The end product was great – 4 straight wins over the Indians to close out the season – but there are still a few areas of concern.  The Red Sox clubbed 5 home runs in Sunday’s 12-7 win – 2 from J.D. Drew and 1 each from Dustin Pedroia, Jed Lowrie and Alex Gonzalez.  But [...]

Red Sox Have Mental Edge Over Angels; Scioscia, Fuentes & Co. Cry Babies…

Wah, wah, wah… That’s the noise you heard coming from the Angels dugout after the Red Sox rallied for a 3rd time to win 9-8 in the 9th inning at Fenway Park.  Gimme a break – don’t put your team in a position to lose, and then you don’t have to bitch about “bad umpiring”. [...]

Red Sox Must Re-Bound From Devastating Trip to Tampa

The team that gets the big, clutch hits will runners on base, usually wins, and that’s exactly what happened in the Red Sox 6-4 loss to the Rays on Wednesday night.  Brad Penny served up 2-run home runs to Carlos Pena in the 2nd inning and Carl Crawford in the 3rd inning, and a solo [...]

Finally!!! Red Sox End Skid with 3-1 Win Over O’s @ Fenway

Finally – the Red Sox ended their 5-game losing streak with a big 3-1 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Friday night at Fenway Park.  Closer Jonathan Papelbon picked up his 25th save of the 2009 MLB schedule, but made it interesting in the 9th inning.  After giving up back-to-back singles to start the 9th [...]

Mike Lowell and Jed Lowrie Making Progress on Injury Front

Mike Lowell and Jed Lowrie are making progress on the injury front – great news as the Red Sox look to keep ahead of the Yankees & Rays in 1st place in the AL East. Lowell who is still recovering from off-season hip surgery could make a return to the big league club over 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 runs, [...]

Hero Van Every Does it All in 6-5 Red Sox Win Over Tribe

Jonathan Van Every hit his 1st career game-winning home run in Wednesday night’s 6-5 10-inning win over the Indians in Cleveland.  After trailing 5-0 after 5 inning of play, the Red Sox never gave up hope.  he Red Sox picked up 2 runs in the 6th on RBI doubles from each of Mike Lowell and [...]

Red Sox Sweep Twins, Run Win Streak to 7 Games

Things are falling into place for the Boston Red Sox, despite the recent injury woes.  The Red Sox took 2 games from the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday, increasing their league-high win streak to 7 games.  All in advance of a big 3 game series against the hated-New York Yankees this weekend at Fenway Park. In [...]

Jed Lowrie Undergoes Surgery on Injured Left Wrist

Dr. Donald Sheridan performed surgery on Jed Lowrie’s injured left wrist in Arizona on Tuesday.  Lowrie is expected to miss 6 to 8 weeks because of the surgery.  Lowrie should be able to resume hitting within 6 weeks, and if everything goes according to plan, Lowrie could be back in the lineup in late June [...]

Julio Lugo Set To Begin Triple-A Pawtucket Rehab Stint Today

Julio Lugo is scheduled to start a rehab assignment for Triple-A Pawtucket today.  Lugo passed the team’s medical staff’s running drills on Monday at Fenway Park and feels like he is close to returning to the Red Sox lineup soon.  Lugo said:  “I feel much better. I’ve got some mobility in there.  I don’t have [...]