// Kevin Cash

Beckett, Red Sox Drop Second Straight in the Bronx

So much for that thunderous roar back into the standings. While a sweep would have been the nail in the proverbial coffin for your 2010 Boston Red Sox, the best that this team can hope for at this point is a split of the series. Doesn’t it taste just as bitter? As Josh Beckett and the […]

Lester Dominates But Bats Go Silent in Seattle in 5-1 Loss

Who’d have thought Jon Lester v. David Pauley would have made for a Saturday night pitcher’s duel? While Lester’s home state and the confines of SafeCo Field have not exactly been kind to him in previous starts, he began a dominant roll in this one, retiring the first 16 batters he faced. He had struck […]

Red Sox Blow Lead And Game In The Trop

Boston almost had it, but in the end handed the Rays a 6-5 victory. Marco Scutaro started off the game with a bunt single, and despite a walk and passed ball, nothing came of it. Then the Rays started like you’d expect, with a walk and (surprise) stolen base from Ben Zobrist, who was doubled […]

Jason Varitek Catches Injury Bug, Lands on DL

After the injury to Victor Martinez, Jason Varitek was in line to take over starting catcher duties. However, it seems the captain himself was not immune from the injury bug going around, fracturing a foot and landing on the disabled list with nine of his teammates. With only Gustavo Molina left standing as a healthy […]

Red Sox Trade for Kevin Cash, Sign Rich Hill

The Red Sox have made a couple necessary moves in the last couple days. With the team short at the catcher position due Victor Martinez’s untimely injury and DL trip, the Sox traded minor league infielder Angel Sanchez for old friend Kevin Cash, who played catcher for the Sox in 2007 and 2008. There’s no […]

Sox “Cash In” Win Over D-Backs

Red Sox catcher Kevin Cash finally gave publishers, editors, and producers in the Boston media a chance to use his name as a pun in their headlines. Count me in that mix, as the Sox “cashed in” in a win over the Diamondbacks 5-0 to take the series thanks to a three-run, eighth-inning HR from Cash. It […]

Rays Walk-Off Against Sox

Tampa Bay Rays 5, Boston Red Sox 4 (in 11 innings) Stars of the Game: Manny Ramirez is a monster this year. To quote a line from Rocky 4, “Whatever he hits… he destroys.” Manny’s hitting has always looked so effortless, but when you go 3-5 and push your average up to .370, you think […]

Mirabelli Released

Extra Bases reports that Doug Mirabelli has been released by the Red Sox, although it is yet to be official. Look for Dusty Brown and Kevin Cash to take the reigns in Mirabelli’s departure. Of course, the question is raised as to whether either of them can catch a knuckleball. I’m pretty sure we all […]

Sox Beat Twins to Win Mayor’s Cup

The Red Sox won the fifth and decisive game against the Minnesota Twins this Spring, taking the annual Mayor’s Cup 12-7. The catchers led the way in the win. Sox captain Jason Varitek started and went 2-2 with a HR, 2 RBI and a walk. Backup Kevin Cash subbed in for Tek and hit a […]

Lester vs Cabrera Post Game

Sometimes with the Sox a win is just a win. Not that the Sox were bad. But they could have done a lot better and could have done a lot worse. Cabrera looked bad most of the time with a lot of hard hit balls but the Sox could only manage three runs. Lester allowed […]