// Jeremy Hermida

Time Has Come for Red Sox, Ortiz to Part Ways

By the time the Red Sox were swept by the Tampa Bay Rays Monday afternoon, David Ortiz’s hollow promise was all but forgotten.  After Friday night’s suspended game, Ortiz expressed distress. With 15 strikeouts in 38 at-bats, Ortiz has plenty of reason to be upset. Surprisingly, his struggles were not on his mind. The game […]

Hermida, Lackey Carry Sox to 6-3 Win

John Lackey impressed Red Sox Nation with a second strong start in a Boston uniform. The righty lasted six and two thirds innings and allowed just two runs. While Lackey did walk four Twins in the outing, he was able to pitch around the base runners and earn his first win of the season and […]

Ellsbury Injured in Sox Win Over Royals

Making the move from center to left, the speedy Jacoby Ellsbury gives the Red Sox a tremendous amount of range in away ballparks (left field in Fenway isn’t very big) — certainly a lot more than Jason Bay ever did. The one issue Ellsbury seems to have this season is his decision-making, a problem that […]

Sox Blast 5 HRs to Beat Greinke, Royals

Saturday’s game against the Royals featured the season debuts of three members of the Sox bench, including the soon-to-be retired Mike Lowell. Lowell started, played third base, and hit sixth in the batting order. He didn’t commit an error and made a good play in the second inning, but he didn’t light the world on […]

Red Sox 2010 Roster Preview: Fourth Outfielder

The fourth outfielder is starting to become a very popular position in the Red Sox organization, as well as the rest of the MLB, and this year is no different. Just like teams in the NHL are learning, it’s always good to have at least two capable goalies, and for baseball teams it’s the same […]

Red Sox 2010 Roster Preview: Left Field, Jacoby Ellsbury

Roaming the outfield for the Red Sox are players with a lot of speed, leadership, and experience. But, can everyone avoid injuries? Health has been an issue for the Red Sox in recent years, especially if you look at who’s standing in right field. Over the years, the Sox outfield has changed tremendously. Manny Ramirez […]

Jeremy Hermida: Wily Mo Done Right

In the spring of 2006, Theo Epstein traded Bronson Arroyo to the Cincinnati Reds for aggressive, raw, outfielder in Wily Mo Peña. With Trot Nixon entering the last year of his contract, Peña looked like the heir-apparent in right field. This did not turn out to be the case; Wily Mo was a flop offensively […]

Red Sox Hot Stove: Back Burner

With all the attention given to Alex Gonzalez heading to Toronto, Marco Scutaro confessing his desire to be a Red Sox, and the Blue Jays dangling Roy Halladay (who may have become the focus of the next Boston vs. New York bidding war), there are a few smaller moves the Red Sox will be focusing […]

Red Sox Trade For Jeremy Hermida

According to FOXSports.com’s Ken Rosenthal, the Red Sox have acquired OF Jeremy Hermida from the Florida Marlins in exchange for pitchers Hunter Jones and Jose Alvarez. Hermida hit .258 with 13 HRs and 47 RBI for the Marlins last season. He was taken with the 11th pick overall in 2002, but has never lived up […]

MLB Trade Deadline: Live Blog

I will be live-blogging the trade deadline all-day. Check back or sit with me as we watch and wait for the 4 p.m. MLB trade deadline. Manny Ramirez was reportedly dealt! 4:23 – Sports Illustrated and NESN: Manny was reportedly traded to the Dodgers, which probably means that Jason Bay is coming to the Red […]

Red Sox Talking to Marlins about Manny

According to ESPN.com, the Red Sox are now engaged in serious discussions with the Florida Marlins involving OF Manny Ramirez. Ramirez makes $20 million this season, which is nearly as much as the entire Marlins roster ($22 million). But, Manny would simply be a two-month rental to help the Marlins overtake the Mets and Phillies […]