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Red Sox Take 3 of 4 from Indians; Bard’s Back; Middlebrooks on Fire – Fenway Park 5/14/12

The Red Sox took 3 of 4 from the red-hot Indians, helping to salvage what has been a long stretch for the ball club. Daniel Bard picked up win #3, scattering 6 hits and 4 walks while limiting the damage to just 1 ER. In the process, he lowered his WHIP to 1.54 and […]

Future Still Bright for Red Sox Organization – Fenway Park 10/7/11

Plain and simple – the future is still bright for the Red Sox organization. Despite the monumental collapse in which the Red Sox lost 20 of their final 27 games to become the 1st major league team to blow a 9-game September lead and miss the post-season. Despite the parting of ways with 8-year […]

No Let Down After Yankees Sweep, Easy 5-1 Win Over Blue Jays – Fenway Park 6/11/11

After a pressure-packed sweep over the Yankees in the Bronx, you almost expected a let down when the Red Sox faced the Blue Jays in Toronto on Friday night. But that never happened, as Clay Buchholz took charge early in the game and never gave the Jays a chance to feel like they had […]

David Ortiz Will Hit Against Lefties in 2011 — Fenway Park 2/2/11

It’s as simple as that – David “Big Papi” Ortiz will hit against lefties during the 2011 MLB schedule. Manager Terry Francona has given Big Papi the full vote of confidence that he can still hit against lefties. Francona also feels that sitting the big man against lefties also has a negative impact on […]

Red Sox Keep Re-Vamping Bullpen – Add Dan Wheeler Into Mix – Fenway Park 12/18/10

The Red Sox have added another piece to their evolving bullpen mix – Dan Wheeler. Wheller pitched for the Tampa Bay Rays each of the last 3 seasons and averaged 68 appearances per season in one of the best bullpens in baseball. He was 2-4 with a 3.35 ERA in 56 appearances for the […]

Mike Cameron – His Health Status & Where He Fits in for 2011 – Fenway Park 11/9/10

Will Mike Cameron be ready for the 2011 MLB schedule and is their even a position for the 38-year old center fielder?

First the health question answer — Cameron will begin baseball activities by Thanksgiving and he should be 100% ready for Spring Training 2011. Cameron dealt with abdominal and groin issues way back […]

World Series – Texas Rangers v. San Francisco Giants – AT&T Park – Game 1 Wednesday 10/27/10

The Red Sox aren’t in it, but that doesn’t mean the World Series isn’t happening. In all honesty, I could care less about this World Series. I’m just glad that the New York Yankees and Tampa Bay Rays didn’t make it!

In any event, the 2010 World Series kicks off at AT&T Park in […]

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 […]

David Ortiz Wins Home Run Derby — 7/12/10

Red Sox slugger david Ortiz won the All-Star Game’s Home Run Derby on Monday night in Anaheim. Big Papi took out Hanley Ramirez – a former Red Sox minor league star – with 11 home runs in the final round. Ortiz hit a total of 32 homers in all 4 rounds, which moved him […]

Red Sox Top Phillies 8-3 to Win Weekend Series in Philly; Off to Tampa on High Note…

The Red Sox defeated the Phillies 8-3 on Sunday’s rubber game as Tim Wakefield outdueled Roy Halladay.

Wakefield, making a start in place of the injured Josh Beckett gave the Red Sox a HUGE lift by tossing 8 scoreless innings. Wakefield scattered 5 hits and 2 walks during his outing and has now made […]