// Jackie Bradley Jr.

Red Sox Score 17 Runs in Win Over Rangers

It did not take long for the Red Sox to jump out to a lead Tuesday night against the Rangers, as the Red Sox found themselves up 8-0 after just two innings. The Red Sox offense proved to be too much for rookie starting pitcher Justin Grimm, as Grimm allowed 8 earned runs in just […]

Red Sox Crush Yankees 11-1; Doubront Dominant

The Boston Red Sox took advantage of its base runners on Saturday night against the New York Yankees with 11 runs on 18 hits, including three homers and 5-of-15 with runners in scoring position. They won 11-1 and bring the AL East lead to two games over the Yankees. Felix Doubront really dominated in his […]

Yankees’ Sabathia Silences Red Sox as Lester Struggles in 4-1 Loss

After coming off a four game sweep at the hands of the New York Mets, the New York Yankees entered the series  two games behind the first place Boston Red Sox in the American League East.  The Yankees had C.C. Sabathia on the mound, who shut down the Sox hitters through seven and a third innings. […]

Jacoby Ellsbury’s Struggles Continue – What Next?

There was a lot of talk about Jacoby Ellsbury coming into this Red Sox season. Much of the talks were about him being in a contract year and the chances of him being back in Boston next year. Ellsbury’s career thus far is full of ups and downs. He came in during the 2007 playoffs, […]

Red Sox on Pace for Perfect Season after 7-4 Win Over Yankees

Clay Buchholz pitched 7 strong innings and the Boston Red Sox took advantage of Hiroki Kuroda‘s early exit to beat the New York Yankees, 7-4. According to the Associated Press, the second straight win in the Bronx marks the first 2-0 start for the Red Sox since 1999. For all the doubters who wondered whether […]

Should the Red Sox Add Jackie Bradley, Jr. to the 2013 Major League Roster?

This spring training has been great for Boston’s young stud of a center fielder, Jackie Bradley, Jr. He boasts a .571 average and an OPS of 1.269 in 15 plate appearances. It may be a small sample size, but he has scored four times in five game and will be a great leadoff hitter with […]

Boston Red Sox Pitchers Combine to Allow One Run Against Northeastern, Boston College

Spring training is off and rolling and the Boston Red Sox showed some pretty good signs against Northeastern and Boston College on Thursday afternoon. It may have been against college teams, but there was no real sign of any wildness for any of the relievers that were thrown onto the mound in the wins. Against […]

Why the Red Sox Were Wise to Not Trade for Justin Upton

After a terrible 2012 season, the Red Sox have been one of the busiest teams in the offseason. Despite a roster that’s nearly full, there were rumors that the Red Sox hadinterest in the former Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Justin Upton, before he was traded to the Braves this week. Did the Red Sox make the […]

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 […]

Rumor Mill: Jon Lester to the Royals for Top Prospect Wil Myers?

The hot stove offseason is in full swing, and with it comes plenty of rumors surrounding our beloved Red Sox. The latest rumor was the idea of shipping Jon Lester to the Kansas City Royals for their top prospect, outfielder Wil Myers. The two sides apparently had  brief conversations about sending Myers to Boston for […]