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Jerry Remy Ready to Return to Broadcasting in 2014

Jerry Remy, broadcaster and former Red Sox second baseman, will return to the NESN broadcasting booth with Don Orsillo for the 2014 season. This is very exciting news for fans across Red Sox Nation that missed the Remdawg after he bowed out of the public eye when his son, Jared, allegedly killed his girlfriend Jennifer […]

Video: Boob Grab at Red Sox-Orioles Game on NESN

It’s called Friendly Fenway Park for a reason: fans are supposed to go out to the ballpark to enjoy a family-friendly atmosphere. Those who actually attend games know that’s not at all true. Need proof that it’s not really family friendly? Did you see last Thursday’s Sox-Orioles game on NESN? After Jerry Remy finished reading […]

NESN’s Don Orsillo With a (mini) Stanley Cup

If you watch Red Sox games, you know Don Orsillo and Jerry Remy can have fun conversations in the booth. During Monday night’s game, the team reflected on the Bruins celebrations with the Stanley Cup on Sunday at Fenway, but remarked they were unable to actually see the Cup up close and in person. Remy […]

Lackey Lacking as Red Sox Implode Again

Someone forgot to tell the Red Sox that they’re supposed to contend for the World Series. Instead it looked like the Lowell Spinners were sent to face the Texas Rangers; yet again, Boston lost, 12-5. Again, they had the lead, but the starting pitching just didn’t feel like winning. In just 3.2 innings, John Lackey […]

Red Sox Play Spoilers in 8-4 Defeat of New York

If you can’t make the playoffs, the next-best thing to do is spoil the Yankees’ hopes of winning home-field advantage throughout the first two rounds. That’s exactly what the Red Sox did Sunday, ending their season with an 8-4 victory over the Evil Empire. As a result, the Yankees are relegated to the Wildcard. J.D. […]

The Doc is Out; the Sox Are in

In a contest that could reasonably be assumed to be lopsided, it was, but is was the other team doing the damage, as Tim Wakefield and the Red Sox took down Roy Halladay and the Phillies 8-3. It didn’t take long for Boston to draw first blood, when Kevin Youkilis led off the 2nd inning […]

No-Nonsense Rays Pummel No-Offense Red Sox

Before the season, Boston concentrated on bolstering their pitching and defense, but did not think about how useless all that is without bats. It showed Sunday, as Boston was held to two walks and five runs, as they lost to the Rays, 7-1. The still winless Jon Lester took the loss, giving up all seven […]

Sox Offense Dominates Early as Smoltz Gets First Win

John Smoltz pitched five strong innings to record his first win in a Red Sox uniform and Kevin Youkilis belted two home runs as the Sox punished Kansas City’s pitching for a 15-9 win. The game was all Boston from the start, as the offense scored nine runs in the first four innings. Youkilis, Jason Varitek and […]

Jerry Remy Sick, Flies Home

For more on Jerry’s health in 2011…read about his bout with pneumonia. —— UPDATE (08/12/09): Jerry Remy returns to Fenway Park for the first time since May, and could return to the booth soon. UPDATE (08/05/09): According to his son, Jerry is now cancer-free and feeling better! There’s no timetable for his return, though… UPDATE […]