// Jerry Remy

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 […]

Sick Jerry Remy Says He Should Return to NESN Booth by Monday

In an interview with Channel 5 on Thursday, Remy revealed that he is feeling better and should return by Monday. “#RedSox – I just did an interview with channel 5 and I told them that I am feeling much better and should be back to work by Monday-Jerry,” said Remy on his Twitter account. The […]

Jerry Remy Sick Update: RemDawg Has Pneumonia

UPDATE: Jerry says he should return to the NESN booth by Monday, May 16th. — Jerry Remy continues to be out of the NESN booth, and on Monday the RemDawg revealed why. He has pneumonia, he announced in a tweet. “Doctor just confirmed I have a bit of pneumonia-suggested we get it under control before doing […]

Jerry Remy Sick: Where Has RemDawg Been?

2012 UPDATE: Jerry has a sinus infection and will return to the booth soon. — (any information below is outdated and for previous seasons) NEW UPDATE: Jerry says he should return to the NESN booth by Monday, May 16th. — UPDATE: Jerry has a case of pneumonia. He should return soon. — Where has Jerry […]

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 […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Coyotes, Opening Weekend in Prague

At long last, the Bruins return to the rink this weekend for a pair of games to kick off the regular season against last year’s biggest surprise team, the Phoenix Coyotes. What rink? The O2 Arena in Prague, Czech Republic. The games are a part of the NHL’s European Premiere series. Elsewhere in Europe, the […]

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. […]

Red Sox on Wrong End of Walk-off

If nothing else, this season has been full of drama for the Red Sox. This time, it was another trough rather than a crest, and the Rays walked off with a win 3-2 in 10 innings. The Sox took the lead in the 4th when Adrian Beltre hit a sac fly following a single from […]

Red Sox Harpooned By Mariners

Yet again, Boston had a chance to ride decent pitching to a win, but they completely screwed it up again, giving way to the Mariners 4-2. The Mariners rank 27th out of 30 of all major league teams, and are one of four not above .400, and don’t have Cliff Lee, but still, the Red […]

The Couch Potato Report: Sox, Softball, and Snooki

During the 2008 Presidential election, we heard both Barack Obama and John McCain use the rhetorical expression “you can’t put lipstick on a pig” multiple times as their respective campaigns waged on towards election day. One of my friends from across the pond has a different way of saying the same thing… “you can’t polish […]

Jerry Remy Signs Contract Extension with NESN

After a tumultuous 2009 that included a cancer scare, a lot of time off, and a bout with depression, Jerry Remy has returned to the Red Sox booth full-time this season. In his time back, it’s as if he never left. Sox games just aren’t the same without the Rem-Dawg and Don Orsillo, and NESN […]

Jon Lester And Red Sox Win Heated Pitchers’ Skirmish

It was to be the biggest highlight for the Red Sox in quite some time: Jon Lester vs Tim Lincecum. It wasn’t meant to be. Fortunately, it wound up in Boston’s favor. The Franchise was chased from the game by Boston’s lineup after just three innings, leading to a 5-1 Boston victory. It didn’t take […]

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 […]

The Boys are Back: Brett Favre, Tom Brady, Michael Vick

A weekly column taking a look at the sports stories that left us asking the question, “did that just happen?” In no particular order… Brett Favre pulls another “just kidding” and is back from retirement Surprise. Since he’s only done this two other times (note: sarcasm), I think this latest move didn’t actually shock anyone, […]

Jerry Remy to Return on Friday Against Yankees

After a long battle with depression after lung cancer surgery, Jerry Remy is headed back to the broadcasting booth. Remy made a brief appearance during the second inning of a Red Sox game last week. Remy will, at first, join the NESN team on a part-time basis and slowly move into the swing of this. […]