// Erik Bedard

Ryan Dempster Notches First Win in Red Sox Uniform

The Red Sox scooped up a win against the Houston Astros Friday by a score of 7-3. Ryan Dempster, free agent acquisition in the offseason, notched his first win in a Red Sox uniform, going 6 innings giving up 2 runs and striking out 10 batters. Astros pitcher and former Sox pitcher Erik Bedard was rocked, […]

Buchholz, Red Sox Breeze by Astros as Ortiz Hits First HR

On paper, the match up between the American League Cy Young award frontrunner in Clay Buchholz and far from perfect Philip Humber looked like a potential Boston blowout. And at least on this Thursday night at Fenway Park, the reality was close to those expectations. The Boston Red Sox improved to an impressive 15-7 mark […]

Red Sox Erred in Firing Francona, Should Cut Epstein Loose

It’s too late to undo firing Terry Francona, a rash decision born from the kind of rabid bloodlust that few fanbases besides Boston’s are capable of. But if John Henry wants to cut out the true cause of the Red Sox’s historic collapse, he needs to go one level higher and axe Theo Epstein. Player […]

Bedard Served with Child Support Papers; Papelbon Blows Save in Sox Loss

The Red Sox needed a lengthy start from Erik Bedard on Tuesday night as they continue to drag their feet on the way to the playoffs. Bedard, who was coming off injuries to his knee and lat and hadn’t pitched since Sept. 3, just became the latest Red Sox starter in a long line to […]

Sputtering Red Sox Come Out Flat Against Jays, Lose Again

For the second straight night, the Red Sox faltered North of the border, dropping the series finale to the Blue Jays 7-4. Ricky Romero finally managed to beat Boston, surrendering 3 runs in 6.2 innings. All of those runs came late for the Red Sox as Romero had batters guessing for most of the night. […]

Boston Bats Explode in 12-7 Victory

Thanks in no small part to an eight-run 4th innings, the Boston Red Sox obliterated Texas pitching en route to a 12-7 win at Fenway Park. In the early going, it looked like another tough night for Erik Bedard. Adrian Gonzalez did make an unassisted line-out double play with runners at the corners in the […]

Erik Bedard on the 2012 Red Sox?

When the Red Sox acquired Erik Bedard in the remaining minutes of the trade deadline it seemed likely the left-handed Canadian was a rental who helped clear some space on the 40-man roster. Unlike the Victor Martinez and Jason Bay, Bedard will probably not qualify for free agent compensation. Of course, the team can always […]

Red Sox Complete Double-Header Sweep Against A’s

After a long, wet, rain-delayed victory in the early game of Saturday’s double-header, the Sox and A’s were back at it battling each other along with the weather. David Ortiz got the Red Sox on the board early hitting his 27th homerun of the year up into the monster seats in the 2nd inning. Saltalamacchia […]

Different Month and Same Result, Sox Fall 4-0 to Texas Rangers

Red Sox Seek Revenge, Same Result as Opening Day As the Red Sox landed in Texas late last night, more was on their mind than the half game deficit they have with the New York Yankees. The Rangers put the Red Sox in an 0-3 hole way back in April leaving a bitter taste in […]

Red Sox Lose Night Cap 6-2, Split Double-Header with Rays

The Boston Red Sox continued to be baffled by Rays right-hander Jeff Niemann, who fired a complete game en route to a 6-2 victory over the Sox at Fenway Park in Boston on Tuesday. Niemann Shuts Down Sox Offense Niemann allowed two runs on just three hits and one walk while striking out ten to […]

McDonald HRs, Ortiz Delivers Late to Lead Red Sox Over Twins

David Ortiz’s bases-loaded, infield single in the seventh lifted the Red Sox to their fourth straight victory on Tuesday, besting the Minnesota Twins 4-3 at Target Field. Offensive Heroes Dustin Pedroia drew a one-out walk off reliever Matt Capps in the seventh, and advanced to third on an Adrian Gonzalez double to left. Kevin Youkilis […]

Red Sox Bullpen Spoils Erik Bedard’s Debut in Loss to Tribe

The Red Sox bullpen folded Thursday night after two straight games without allowing a run to the Cleveland Indians. Catcher Carlos Santana hit a two-run home run off Franklin Morales, and the Indians scored twice more off Andrew Miller to give the Indians a 7-3 victory and series split. Coupled with the Yankees’ 7-2 victory […]

Post-Deadline Contenders: Where Do the Red Sox Stand?

Every baseball season, the days leading up to the July 31st trading deadline offer teams the chance to evaluate their place in the league and decide whether or not to invest more or less into the active season. The Red Sox are no amateurs when it comes to making deadline deals, whether it be the […]

Buchholz Reportedly Has Stress Fracture, Likely Out For Season

Erik Bedard, your role with the 2011 Boston Red Sox might have just grown a bit. Less than 24 hours after the Sox inked a deal to trade for the former Baltimore ace and Seattle staffer, news out of Clay Buchholz camp is looking grim. On the disabled list with a “back” injury since June […]

Red Sox Rally Late to Down White Sox 5-3 on Deadline Day

No matter his performance, the Red Sox have had a penchant for winning with Andrew Miller on the mound. The team entered Sunday 6-1 in Miller’s first 7 starts, and a late rally stretched that to 7-1 as Boston squeaked past Chicago 5-3. It was a gutsy performance for Miller, who gave up a season […]