// Gavin Floyd

Why the Red Sox Should Steer Clear of the Mets’ R.A Dickey

The Boston Red Sox have made their presence known in the Winter Meetings with the aggressive signings of Mike Napoli and Shane Victorino, plugging the team’s holes at first base and right field. But the Red Sox still need to fill their biggest need: signing or trading for a starting pitcher. With several options out in […]

Red Sox Head Home After Win Streak Snapped By Floyd, White Sox

Although Boston’s 6-game winning streak ended Sunday at the hands of pitcher Gavin Floyd and the Chicago White Sox, the Sox can return to Fenway feeling much better about their team than when they departed. Since blowing a 9-1 lead to the Yankees on April 21, the Red Sox won 6 straight on the road […]

Red Sox Trade Rumors: Bailey, Quentin, Danks, Uehara

It’s the winter meetings, and as usual, the Red Sox are extremely busy working the phones. With the help of MLBTR, Twitter, and other resources, here’s the latest going on with the Red Sox on the trade market… Andrew Bailey The Red Sox are in discussions with the A’s about closer Andrew Bailey. In some […]

Chicago’s Floyd Denies Wakefield of 200th Win; Pedroia Hit Streak Done at 25

Tim Wakefield pitched well enough for career win number 200 on Friday night, but the Red Sox couldn’t get their offense clicking against Gavin Floyd and the White Sox in a 3-1 loss. Wakefield pitched seven strong innings, allowing just 3 runs to the potent Chicago lineup, with a knuckleball that danced for better and […]

Boston Loses Battle of the Soxes

I love Tim Wakefield, but asking a 43-year-old knuckleballer who can barely walk to save your season is asking a lot. Saturday afternoon against the White Sox, it was asking too much. After giving up three runs in the bottom of the first inning, Wake settled in, allowing just one more run in the next […]

What’s Gotten into Kevin Millwood?

Welcome to the first installment of the Fantasy Radar: Fantasy Baseball Edition! Here I will make several weekly observations on hitters and pitchers on their recent trends and how you should deal with it going forward in the season. It will be split up in five categories: Quick Hits (hitters), Wild Pitch (pitchers), Falling Fast […]