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Pawtucket Red Sox Update, Week 2: The Best of Miller, and the Worst of Miller

After finishing their opening six-game homestand at .500, the Pawtucket Red Sox hit the road with a vengeance this week on their first 2012 tour of upstate New York. There was some great pitching, some terrible pitching, some blowouts, some close games, and even a little free baseball. In addition, the Sox hosted their first […]

Pawtucket Red Sox Update, Week 1: Cook Impressive in Debut

The Pawtucket Red Sox once again had a better first week of the season with a better record than their major-league affiliate. Pawtucket finished the week with a 3-3 record, good for second place in the IL North. It was an eventful open for the Sox, so let’s get straight to it. Week in Review […]

Pawtucket Red Sox 2012 Preview

I’ll be writing a weekly article this season recapping the previous week of the Pawtucket Red Sox. For those not familiar with Minor League Baseball, Pawtucket is the highest level affiliate of the Boston Red Sox and plays in the International League. The IL consists of 14 teams split up into three divisions, with Pawtucket […]

Pawtucket Claims Division Title for First Time Since 2003

A long season reached another milestone for the Pawtucket Red Sox on Saturday night when they defeated Scranton/Wilkes-Barre 12-7, as Pawtucket locked up the International League North Division championship for the first time in eight years. Pawtucket won 12-7 on the strength of a 5-run first inning and a 7-run eighth inning. They will play […]

The Couch Potato Report: Touchdowns, Tiger, and the first TJ

People call this time of year “the dog days of summer.” Looking back at the last few weekends of televised sports, I’d have to agree… there have been some definite dogs in there. But finally, this weekend, the best televised sport of them all returns to the air waves. I speak of course, about football. […]

Red Sox 2010 Second Half Preview

With the 2010 Midsummer Classic in the books, after Joe Girardi screwed the American League out of homefield advantage in the World Series, it’s time to look ahead. The unofficial second half of the season will get underway for your Boston Red Sox Thursday night at Fenway Park, with the opener of a four-game series […]

Top Prospect Ryan Westmoreland to Have Brain Surgery

Top prospect Ryan Westmoreland, 19, is set to undergo brain surgery on Tuesday after being diagnosed with a cavernous malformation. According to the AP: “A cavernous malformation of cavernoma is a cluster of abnormal or dilated blood vessels that effects the central nervous system. Symptoms can include bleeding in the brain, seizures and headaches.” “The […]

Sox Offseasons Often Disheartening for Prospects

As Shane Victorino grounded out to give the Yankees their 27th World Championship, the 2009 season officially ended and the off-season began. Players will sign with different teams, extensions will be inked, trades will be made and arbitration cases will be heard. Undoubtedly an exciting time for fans can become very stressful for the forgotten […]

OF Josh Reddick Recalled From Pawtucket

Outfielder Josh Reddick has joined five other Pawtucket Red Sox players on the Boston Red Sox roster, making him eligible to play in the playoffs. This will be Reddick’s third go at the majors, his most recent attempt coming when he was called up on August 6th.  In nine games, he batted a lowly .188 […]