// Orioles

Can There Be Hope Despite Red Sox 9-Game Slide?

There is no way to put it sugar-coat it; the Sox have been bad, terrible, atrocious, putrid, pick any negative word you would like and the Red Sox have embodied it. If the Toronto series wasn’t bad enough, the Red Sox extended their losing streak to nine games with a soul-crushing 15th inning loss Saturday night. It’s […]

Clay Buchholz Shutout Stops 3-Game Skid for Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox defeated the Baltimore Orioles at Fenway Thursday night 7-0, behind a shutout performance from pitcher Clay Buchholz. The Red Sox offense started early as Orioles’ starting pitcher Brian Matusz struggled to find the strike zone. Dustin Pedroia walked in the bottom of the first inning and was joined on base by […]

Dan Duquette Finally Back in Baseball as Orioles GM: What’s Next?

In a year where it seems like every team has been hunting for a general manager, dozens of names have been tossed about: former GMs, assistant GMs ready to take over for their current team or accept a promotion with another team, and long-rumored potential candidates like Kim Ng. One name that didn’t get much […]

Red Sox Lose to Baltimore 6-3, Now Tied with Rays for Wild Card Lead

Well, things could be worse. Oh wait, I said that yesterday. The Red Sox continued their epic slide into the dark side of the history books by dropping the opening game in their three-game series with Baltimore by a score of 6-3. Combined with Tampa Bay’s 5-2 win over the Yankees, this puts the Rays […]

Lester and Gonzalez Send Sox Home With a Win

After back-to-back losses to the Baltimore Orioles, the Red Sox, led by Jon Lester, salvaged the series with a 6-2 win. Lester did just what you want you want your ace to do, and that’s kill losing streaks. Lester flexed his muscles and played the role of the stopper with a stellar eight-inning effort. It also […]

Sox Top O’s 6-4

The Red Sox needed this one. After a rocky week, Boston was able to salvage the road trip, beating the Baltimore Orioles 6-4 on Thursday night. Adrian Beltre homered during a five-run second inning, David Ortiz drove in two runs, and J.D. Drew had three hits for the Red Sox, who won the three-game series. The win […]

The Couch Potato Report: World Cup, Wimbledon, and Weiners!

Off we go on a holiday weekend edition of “The Couch Potato Report,” C.P.R. for your sports-lovin’ heart. Now, the Fourth of July is meant for many things. Fireworks. Cookouts. Freedom. Flags. But unfortunately, watching TV really isn’t something that people look forward to doing on Independence Day. As much of a TV junkie as […]

The Couch Potato Report: C’s, Sox, and Geeks Spelling Words

Another page on the calendar has turned. We are now into June, known commonly as a month for the birth of summer, the height of wedding season, and unfortunately, the beginning of the lackluster summer television season. Many of our favorite TV shows have wrapped up with their season finales, or in some cases, series […]

The Couch Potato Report: Celtics and Bruins Playoffs, Kentucky Derby

Today marks the kickoff of a new Friday feature here at Sports of Boston, and if you’re a sports-crazed dude who needs an excuse to park himself in front of the TV all weekend with the hopes of getting out of doing chores around the house, this is the article you’ll want to read each […]