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Dice-K Looks Good, Fenway Still Buzzing From Blockbuster Trade – Fenway Park 8/27/12

Fenway Park was still buzzing from the weekend’s blockbuster trade, while Daisuke Matsuzaka looked like a new man as the Red Sox beat the Royals 5-1 at Fenway Park. Matsuzaka pitched 7 strong innings – 1 unearned run, 5 hits, 2 walks and 6 K’s in only 101 pitches. Not bad. The Red Sox outfield [...]

Red Sox Back to .500; Still Trail Yankees by 8 Games Though! – Fenway Park 6/18/12

The Red Sox salvaged the weekend series in Chicago by taking the final 2 games from the Cubs, but at 33-33, they still trail the AL-East-leading Yankees by a whopping 8 games.  Not good.  Throw in the fact that they just placed Josh Beckett on the DL with shoulder issues, this does not bode well [...]

Lester, Beckett Dynamic Duo in Red Sox 2-Game Sweep of Mariners – Fenway Park 5/15/12

At last, the dynamic duo is back, as the Red Sox upped their season high winning streak to 5 games with a 5-0 win over the Mariners at Fenway Park this evening.  The win pushed the Red Sox to 17-19 on the season and things seem to be falling into place for the Red Sox [...]

Sox in Funk – Need Buchholz to Step Up Tonite against Tribe – Fenway Park 5/11/12

The Red Sox are in a funk – plain and simple.  Clay Buchholz needs to pick up his teammates tonight with a strong outing against the AL Central-leading Cleveland Indians. While most of the city was rejoicing the Celtics taking out the Atlanta Hawks in Round 1 over at the Garden, there were a few [...]

Beckett Rebounds & Sox Explode for 11-2 Win Over Twins – Fenway Park 4/25/12

It was a much-needed easy 11-2 win for the Red Sox over the Twins on Tuesday night. Josh Beckett evened his record at 2-2 with 6 effective innings.  He scattered 5 hits and 3 walks, limiting the Twins to just 2 ER. More importantly, it has been 2 good night’s in a row for the [...]

Beckett Against Fister in Game 2 of 2012 MLB Season – Fenway Park 4/7/12

The Red Sox need a complete game from Josh Beckett given their bullpen woes. Jon Lester pitched well in the Red Sox opening day 3-2 loss to the Tigers on Thursday, but the bullpen allowed runs in the 8th and 9th innings which sealed the Red Sox fate.  Beckett looks to get off to a [...]

Closer Andrew Bailey Needs Surgery on Right Thumb – Fenway Park 4/3/12

Wow – this is not good – looks like Andrew Bailey is going to need surgery to repair a ligament in his right thumb.  The injury occurred back on March 21st, but Bailey continued to pitch despite the discomfort.  Recovery from a ulnar collateral ligament surgery typically takes about 3 months, so Bailey is going [...]

Beckett Goes 5 Scoreless as Red Sox Rout Rays 8-0 – Fenway Park 3/29/12

Josh Beckett answered Jon Lester’s 7 scoreless innings with 5 of his own in Tuesday’s 8-0 win over the Rays.  He gave up only 1 hit while walking three and he racked up 5 K’s.  Lester and Beckett look to be peaking at the right time – now the Red Sox just need to get [...]

Valentine (err Beckett) Names Jon Lester Opening Day Starter Against Tigers in Comerica Park on April 5th – Fenway Park 3/19/12

Manager Bobby Valentine has named Jon Lester his opening day starter against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park on April 5th.  Lester has had a good spring, but Valentine revealed that this decision was actually made long ago – when Valentine 1st met Josh Beckett in Texas back on New Year’s Day.  Here’s what Bobby [...]

Happy St. Patrick’s Day 2012 – Fenway Park 3/17/12

Happy St. Patrick’s Day from your friends at MyRedSoxToday.com!  Celebrate and enjoy the amazing weather! One quick side note – The Red Sox are 7-4 this spring.  They play 2 SS games against the Baltimore Orioles today. Go Sox Go!