// Cole Hamels

(David) Price is Wrong for Red Sox

The 2015 season has highlighted the harsh reality of the Red Sox pitching staff: it lacks an Ace, or really any time of frontline starter. This is the need that Ben Cherington seriously needs to address in the immediate future, either at the trade deadline or in the offseason. There is absolutely no way 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 […]

All (Mookie) Betts Are Off

With a little over a month and a half before the July 31st non-waiver trade deadline, there are sure to be an increased amount of chatter between the Boston Red Sox and Philadelphia Phillies concerning their ace pitcher, Cole Hamels. One would suspect that the price tag for Hamels has increased due to his recent […]

Red Sox Needs: Move Hanley Ramirez to 1B, Acquire True Ace

It’s safe to say that the 2015 season has been a disappointment for the Red Sox so far. We’re sitting below .500 and now sit in last place in the weak AL East. Night in and night out something has always seemed to go wrong; it is a team has showed no consistency. At the start of the year […]

Red Sox Kick Off 2015 Season with Buchholz as “Ace”

Summer is coming. The 2015 Major League Baseball season kicked off Sunday night, and the Boston Red Sox will follow Monday afternoon with their season opener against the Philadelphia Phillies. As exciting as the prospect of real, regular season baseball season is (this is me for the past week), the Red Sox starting pitching situation is […]

Cole Hamels Voices Interest in Trade From Phillies to Red Sox

Philadelphia Phillies, left-handed pitcher Cole Hamels “want[s] to win” and feels that his best shot at achieving that goal is through a trade to another team, according to Bob Nightengale of USAToday. One of the most recent teams with an offer on the table at this time is our own Boston Red Sox.

Red Sox Make Offer for Phillies Lefty Cole Hamels

The Boston Red Sox reportedly made an offer to the Philadelphia Phillies for pitcher, Cole Hamels, according to cbssports.com’s Mike Axisa. The Red Sox would rather trade major league players than their prospects, Mookie Betts and Blake Swihart, whom are the players the Philadephia Phillies were reportedly interested in a week ago.

Philadelphia Phillies Scouting 3 Red Sox Players

The Philadelphia Phillies are doing some background work on three Boston Red Sox players reports Fox Sports’ Ken Rosenthal. The Phillies are reportedly scouting pitcher Matt Barnes, catcher Christian Vazquez, and second baseman/outfielder Mookie Betts. This is not yet a deal only a team doing their homework on players in the Red Sox system, something […]

Red Sox Interested in Cole Hamels: Would This be a Mistake?

Red Sox beat writer Nick Cafardo wrote an article yesterday for the Boston Globe saying that Cole Hamels might be a viable trade option for the Boston Red Sox and would make “perfect sense” for the Sox to pursue him. Blasphemy. Blasphemy, I say. Hamels, the hard throwing southpaw from San Diego, has had a […]

Red Sox Home Runs Not Enough in 6-4 Loss in Philadelphia

The adventures of Daniel Bard as a starting pitcher for the Boston Red Sox in 2012 continues. On Friday night, the erratic pitcher continued to miss the strike zone early against the Philadelphia Phillies in what ended up a 6-4 Red Sox loss. The Phillies’ offense walked all over Bard in the first, and from […]

Lester Shuts Down Phillies in 5-2 Win

Coming into Thursday afternoon, the Sox needed to salvage this three-game series with the Phillies and leave the city of Brotherly Love in style. A stellar performance by Jon Lester let Boston do just that as the Sox departed Philadelphia with a 5-2 victory earlier today. Jon Lester was the star of this game as […]

David Ortiz Should Sit, Not Move Adrian Gonzalez to Outfield, on NL Road Trip

Terry Francona has a problem: without a DH for the upcoming nine-game NL road trip, should he play David Ortiz (.313 BA, 17 homers, .977 OPS) at first and move Adrian Gonzalez (.359, 15, 1.019) to right field, or keep Gonzalez at first and use Ortiz primarily as a pinch hitter? Moving Gonzalez preserves the […]

Red Sox Spring Training (2/28-3/6): Lester Gets Flu, Gonzalez Takes BP

Welcome back to Sports of Boston’s weekly recap of all things spring training. After sweeping Boston College and Northeastern University, the Boston Red Sox began Grapefruit League action with an 8-4 loss to the Minnesota Twins to round out opening weekend. This week the team played a full slate of games, and we’re happy to […]

Red Sox Fall to Phillies as Wakefield Reaches Milestone

Cole Hamels did what he does best, pitching seven strong innings in a win as the Philadelphia Phillies ended their three-game stretch at Fenway Park, holding off the Red Sox 5-3. Though the game was a loss for the Red Sox, Tim Wakefield became the third active pitcher to surpass 3,000 innings pitched, going 7 […]