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Will the Sox Lineup Be Enough Against the Yankees?

Should fans begin to panic about the Red Sox lineup, or is it still too early? Many among us have been asking ourselves that question. Perhaps our cummulative anxiety has helped. Perhaps it had some affect on Sunday night’s game against the Baltimore Orioles. We saw glimpses of last year and again felt the faith. […]

Xander Bogaerts Accidentally Tweets Photo, Deletes Twitter Account

Xander Bogaerts tweeted a photo of a scantily clad female early Thursday morning after the Red Sox won a 14-inning game against the Chicago White Sox. The 21-year-old Bogaerts quickly removed the tweet and his account.

Middlebrooks Moved to the DL with Strained Calf

Red Sox third baseman, Will Middlebrooks was placed on the disabled list with a strained right calf. He joins fellow 2013 World Series Champion Red Sox teammate Shane Victorino on the DL. Victorino has a strained right hamstring. Pawtucket third baseman, Brock Holt was recalled to fulfill third baseman duties. Holt manned third base last […]

Jared Remy Accused of Assault on Fellow Inmate in Jail

Jared Remy, son of former Red Sox second baseman and NESN color commentator Jerry Remy, has been accused of assault with a deadly weapon on another inmate, as both are awaiting trial in the Middlesex County jail. He will be arraigned on this new charge on April 24, in Cambridge District Court. Remy is detained […]

Red Sox Win First Series of the Regular Season

The Red Sox exciting week started at the White House, not during the first game of the season the day before where they faced the Baltimore Orioles, in the first of a three game series. The Sox lost the opener 2-1 despite valiant efforts by Grady Sizemore, who hit his first major league homerun since […]

Red Sox Place Victorino on 15-Day DL, Bradley Recalled for Season Opener

Shane Victorino was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right hamstring this morning, bringing Jackie Bradley, Jr. back up to the major league team for the Red Sox season opener against the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards. Victorino recovered from thumb surgery that took place in December in time for Spring Training only to […]

Why Jerry Remy Should Return to NESN Broadcasts

A week has passed since the Boston Globe printed a scathing expose on famed former Red Sox second baseman and NESN color commentator Jerry Remy’s son, Jared Remy. Jared Remy is awaiting trial for the murder of his girlfriend and mother of one of his two children, Jen Martel. Again for the second time in […]

Why is Clay Buchholz the Fifth Man in the Rotation?

The Red Sox starting rotation seems to be set for the beginning of the regular season. Jon Lester will take the mound on March 31st, followed by John Lackey, Felix Doubront, Jake Peavy, and Clay Buchholz in the fifth spot. Yes, this is what John Farrell and Juan Nieves decided. I am not sure I […]

Colts’ Owner Jim Irsay Arrested for Possession, DWI

Sunday night Indianapolis police pulled over Colts owner, Jim Irsay, under suspicion of driving while intoxicated. He was driving slowly, nearly coming to a stop, and failed to use a turn signal.  At the traffic stop police found prescription drug bottles in Irsay’s car and placed him under arrest. In addition, Irsay failed many field […]

Former Bruin Rich Peverley to Undergo Heart Surgery After Monday’s Collapse

Rich Peverley, former member of the 2011 Boston Bruins Stanley Cup team, collapsed on the bench on Monday, March 10th during a game between his team, the Dallas Stars, and the Columbus Blue Jackets. Members of the Dallas Stars’ medical team defibrillated Peverley’s heart. Thursday, March 12th, fans and friends learned that Peverley would undergo […]

Red Sox Players Say Drew Regrets Declining Offer

Frank Sinatra and former Red Sox shortstop Stephen Drew have a lot in common. They both have regrets; they have a few. According to Peter Abraham’s “Extra Bases,” his former teammates say that Drew regrets not taking the Red Sox qualifying offer. Of course he does; it is March 12th and he still has not […]

Marlins’ Management Whines, Doesn’t Win

The Miami Marlins’ executives were “outraged” on Thursday over the Red Sox lack of star power in their lineup. The Sox filled their roster with mostly minor league players with the exception of Brandon Snyder, Jackie Bradley Jr., and Ryan Lavarnway when they traveled to Jupiter to play today’s game. These three men and some […]

Analysis: Chris Capuano’s Role with Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox and left-handed pitcher, Chris Capuano agreed to a one-year contract worth $2.5 million plus incentives on February 22nd. He threw for the Los Angeles Dodgers last year and has been in the league since 2003 The Boston Red Sox hope to have him fill the vacancy left by Ryan Dempster. Dempster […]

Jenny Dell Walks Away from NESN

Tom Werner announced Thursday that Jenny Dell would part ways with NESN. It was her decision to step down from her job. This announcement comes in the wake of NESN’s decision to move her off the field during Red Sox games. All of this happened because of a January 1st tweet, which revealed that Dell […]

Will the Yankees Give the Red Sox a Run for Their Money?

Have the New York Yankees bought their way back to the top of the American League East? The money has been spent on all the right names. This off-season the Yankees paid $471 million for talented players like Masahiro Tanaka, Jacoby Ellsbury, Carlos Beltran, Brian McCann, among others.  Will it be enough?