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Dave Dombrowski Named Red Sox President of Baseball Operations

The Boston Red Sox named Dave Dombrowski President of Baseball Operations, effective immediately, on Tuesday evening. In reaction to the hire of Dombrowski, Ben Cherrington decided to step down as General Manager once Dombrowski’s transitional period is complete.

John Farrell Diagnosed with Stage 1 Lymphoma

John Farrell announced during his Friday night pre-game press conference that he has stage one lymphoma. The lymphoma was detected after having surgery in Detroit for a hernia on Monday. A mass was removed at the time of the surgery. Farrell will step down as manager of the Red Sox while he undergoes a nine-week course […]

LHP Henry Owens To Make MLB Debut for Red Sox Tuesday

Henry Owens will make his major league debut on Tuesday against the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium. Owens was called up after Rick Porcello was placed on the 15-day disabled list with sore triceps muscles. The Red Sox organization has been slowly promoting Owens since 2013 when he went from single A Greenville Drive […]

Trade Rumor: Pirates Interested in Mike Napoli, Shane Victorino

The Pittsburgh Pirates are reportedly interested in Boston Red Sox first baseman, Mike Napoli and right fielder, Shane Victorino, according to Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reporter, Rob Biertempfel. Napoli will be a free agent at the completion of the 2015 season. He has been a solid defensive presence at first base, but has not been producing at the […]

Red Sox Show Interest in Cleveland Indians’ Starters

The Boston Red Sox are interested in pursing trades for Cleveland Indians starting pitchers, according to Ken Rosenthal of FoxSports report on Friday, July 24th. No specific names have been announced. The other team interested, and in better standing to buy, is the Los Angeles Dodgers, according to MLBTradeRumors.com. Cleveland’s starting rotation includes reigning Cy […]

Red Sox Interested in Cole Hamels and Johnny Cueto

Boston Red Sox Vice President Allard Baird was spotted at Sunday’s game in Philadelphia to watch Cole Hamels post-All Star Break start versus the Miami Marlins. Boston appears to still be interested in making a trade before July 31 for the Philadelphia Phillies, left-hander starter, despite his last two lackluster starts. Hamels averaged three innings […]

Brock Holt Headed to Cincinnati for All-Star Game

Brock Holt has been named to the American League All-Star team. The public may continue to vote, leaving the possibility for Xander Bogaerts to be voted on the team, too. The 27-year-old hitter is the only player from the Boston Red Sox scheduled to travel to Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati to participate in […]

Management Forced Its Hand With Rick Porcello, Red Sox Nation Pays

Rick Porcello does not belong on the mound of any major league ballpark. No one in their right mind would put a pitcher in their starting rotation that owns a 6.08 ERA. A 6.00 + ERA, this is insane. Right? The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over expecting different results. […]

Celtics Sign Amir Johnson to 2-Year, $24 Million Deal

The Boston Celtics signed Amir Johnson to a 2-year, $24 million deal on Wednesday. Last season he spent his sixth season with the Toronto Raptors, in which he averaged 9.3 points and 6.1 rebounds per game. He helped the Raptors earn the Atlantic division championship last season and the fourth seed in the Eastern Conference. […]

MLB Cancels 60 Million All-Star Game Votes

Major League Baseball cancelled 60-65 million All-star game votes due to a high percentage of votes going to Kansas City Royals players. Can the MLB do this? Is it fair? If voting were to close today eight Kansas City players would be part of the team. This is a classic case of technology beating the […]

Red Sox Legend Bobby Doerr Becomes Oldest Living Member of the Hall of Fame

Former Boston Red Sox second baseman Bobby Doerr is still breaking baseball records 64 years after he retired from the game. Thursday, Doerr, at 97 years and 72 days old became the oldest member of the Baseball Hall of Fame. The last man to achieve this distinction was former catcher, Al Lopez, who died in […]

Pablo Sandoval ‘Likes’ Instagram, Benched Thursday

Third baseman Pablo Sandoval was benched for Thursday night’s game versus the Atlanta Braves after Red Sox management discovered he was liking images on Instagram during Wednesday’s game. Travis Shaw started at third base.

Are the Red Sox Cursed… Again?

I am no witch, but I am starting to believe that the Red Sox did not reverse the curse in 2004. Or, if they did, the Red Sox somehow put a new curse in place? They re-cursed themselves. Could it have been the 2012 blockbuster trade with the Los Angeles Dodger’s Trade that re-cursed us? […]

Red Sox Acquire Alejandro De Aza, Add to 40-Man Roster

The Boston Red Sox acquired outfielder Alejandro De Aza from the Batltimore Orioles on Wednesday, June 3rd. This is yet another questionable trade decision made this season by the Boston management team. The De Aza acquisition is confounding. Where does De Aza go on the major league team? He is not much better defensively (dWAR -2) […]

Adjustments Emphasized By John Henry During Press Conference

Adjustments. Adjusting. Adjust. This was the overused word uttered by Red Sox owner, John Henry, during Tuesday’s press conference. Prognosis: Delusional Is he watching the same team that the rest of us are? He could not have been more vague when it came down to what management is trying to do to combat what seems […]