// Nick Green

Ortiz Homers in 6-4 Win Over Nationals

Nick Green has been doing a lot to help the Red Sox win lately. He produced a game-winning HR Sunday afternoon, a nifty double play Tuesday night, and Wednesday he nearly was impaled by a broken bat in a strange play that was called a single by Elijah Dukes. He play didn’t hurt the Sox too […]

Green Looks Golden

The Red Sox are currently at the top of the AL East, five games ahead of the Yankees, and for the most part it looks like they’ll be able to keep up the pace and stay on top. But despite all of this, as a team they’ve had plenty of problems, and are suffering from […]

Green’s Walk-Off Home Run Lifts Sox Over Braves

In the conclusion to their three game series against Atlanta, the Red Sox decided to go out with a bang. Going into the bottom of the 9th tied 5-5, Boston SS Nick Green came up to bat. Green was already 0-2 on the day and he knew he had to get something started. Instead, he […]

Beckett Tosses Shutout Against Braves

The Red Sox welcomed back old friend Derek Lowe, who left after helping the Red Sox win their first world series since 1918 back in 2004. Lowe moved onto the Dodgers and then the Braves, and has never pitched against the Red Sox in his career. He pitched pretty well Saturday night, allowing three runs on […]

Beckett HR Not Enough to Sweep Phillies

Josh Beckett took the mound in the fourth inning with a 4-1 lead, and had really stifled the Phillies to that point. Then, he unraveled in the inning, and forked over the lead as a three-run lead became a one-run deficit. An angry Beckett violently threw his glove into the dugout, and grabbed his bat […]

Ortiz Homers, Beckett Dominates Yankees

David Ortiz, mired in an awful season-long slump entered Tuesday night’s game against the Yankees on a modest six-game hitting streak. He extended his streak to seven games, but more importantly he hit his third HR of the season to the deepest part of the ballpark (straightaway center field). His blast gave the Sox all […]

Lugo Frustrated With Playing Time

Red Sox “shortstop” Julio Lugo is currently splitting time with Nick Green at shortstop, and he’s not happy. Lugo began the year on the DL, and when Jed Lowrie went down, Green took over and has played pretty well. Lugo, meanwhile, is back and healthy, but isn’t playing everyday. “Are you OK if somebody comes […]

Sox Slug Out 16 Hits in Win Over Mets

Kevin Youkilis hit a deep foul ball (that looked like a home run) in the fifth inning. After the second replay review in as many days, the umpires confirmed the ball was foul. Youkilis then flied out to right, and was obviously fuming as he headed to the dugout. In his next at bat in […]

Green’s Error Blows Game Against M’s

The Red Sox and Mariners were locked in a tight 2-2 game in the ninth inning Sunday night. Ramon Ramirez was on the hill, backed by a spotless 4-0 record in a great start to his Red Sox career. With two outs, No. 9 hitter Ronny Cedeno was at the plate, and it appeared the […]

Red Sox Activate Lugo from DL

The Red Sox activated shortstop Julio Lugo from the 15-day DL on Monday, and sent down recently called-up pitcher Michael Bowden. Bowden pitched great out of the bullpen for the Red Sox on Sunday, tossing two perfect innings of relief. Lugo originally injured himself on March 13 in an exhibition game against the Yankees while […]

Youkilis Leads Sox Over Orioles

Kevin Youkilis continued his torrid start to the season, going 4-5 with a HR to help the Sox beat the Orioles for the second straight night, 6-4. Youk also doubled twice, scored two runs, and finished with four RBI’s. He’s now hitting .467. Josh Beckett mostly held the Orioles at bay, allowing four runs (three […]