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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 […]

Payback Time For Orioles in Baltimore, Red Sox Win 6-5 in 11 Innings

After the Orioles scored 10 runs in the final 2 innings on Tuesday night to pull off the improbable 11-10 win, the Red Sox turned the tables on the O’s on Wednesday afternoon. Through the 1st 8 innings of the game, Josh Beckett and the Red Sox bats were bad. Beckett labored through 107 […]

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 […]

5-Run 5th Inning Spells Doom for Red Sox in 5-2 Loss to Twins

The Twins defeated the Red Sox 5-2 on Tuesday night at the Metrodome. The Twins used a 5-run 5th inning to take the lead for good. The big rally was capped off by Justin Mourneau’s 3-run home run off of Jon Lester. Lester struggled again – giving up 5 earned runs on 6 hits […]

Red Sox Get Big 2-1 Win Over 1st Place Blue Jays at Fenway Park

The Red Sox defeated the Blue Jays 2-1 on Tuesday night at Fenway Park. Tim Wakefield pitched another great home game – 8 innings, 97 pitches, 1 earned run, 5 hits, 2 walks and 3 K’s. Jonathan Papelbon pitched a perfect 1-2-3 9th inning to preserve the much-needed win for the Red Sox and […]

Red Sox Drop Final 2 Games Against Angels in Anaheim

Anaheim has not been kind to the Red Sox in 2009. The Red Sox have made 2 trips to Anaheim already, and on each occasion, the Red Sox have only managed 1 win in each 3 games series. Not good.

The Red Sox Lost to the Angels 8-4 on Wednesday night. After taking a […]

Red Sox Crush Indians 13-3 with 12-run 6th Inning

Incredible – we have seen some amazing things with the Boston Red Sox in 2009 – and it’s just a little over a month into the season. The Red Sox set an American League record by scoring 12 runs in the bottom of the 6th inning before recording their first out. The feat tied […]

Should the Red Sox be Worried with “Big” Papi’s Lack of Pop

We are now 23 games into the 2009 MLB Schedule, and David Ortiz has yet to hit a home run for the Boston Red Sox. In 91 at-bats, Big Papi only has 20 hits (8 extra base hits) good for a .220 batting average. He has only 12 RBI’s and 10 runs scored, and […]

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 […]

All Good Things Must Come To An End

Not really gonna complain about this one. The Indians finally halted the Red Sox 11-game winning streak with a 9-8 9th inning win. Mark DeRosa plated the winning run in the bottom of the 9th inning when Javier Lopez bobbled Asdrubal Cabrera’s ground ball.

It was not a good night for pitchers. Brad Penny […]