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The Billy Wagner-Jonathan Papelbon Quagmire

It has become a war of words, and demands, and soon Red Sox Nation will find out if Billy Wagner will join the team as a new member of the bullpen. One thing’s for certain: it will be on the team’s terms. There are several factors that need to be tinkered with to make the […]

Sox Rough Up Halladay, Win 6-1

The Red Sox offense jumped out to an early lead against All-Star Roy Halladay. Ortiz hit his 250th home run as a Red Sox player in the second inning to give the Sox a 1-0 lead over Halladay and the Blue Jays and the Sox would not look back. After Casey Kotchman reached on an […]

Sox Lose Battle of the Bullpens

It was one of those improbable pitching match-ups that make baseball such a wonderful game. Tim Wakefield, making his club-record 383rd start for the Red Sox, opposed by the Seattle Mariners’ young flamethrower Felix Hernandez. Naturally, Mariners catcher Rob Johnson was the star of the game. Johnson, who entered the game hitting below .200, smacked […]

Ellsbury Knocks Home Winning Run in Extras

Entering Friday’s game, Jon Lester was on quite a roll. He was coming off two straight wins, with 22 strikeouts over 16 innings. It seems that Jon Lester has finally found his form of 2008, except the 2009 version may be even better. Lester was magnificent Friday night against the Phillies, becoming the first Red […]

Wakefield Helps Keep Sox Unbeaten vs. Yankees in 2009

Tim Wakefield entered Wednesday’s game against the Yankees tied for the team lead in wins with a 7-3 record, but has not pitched well as of late. In his previous three outings, Wake was 2-1 with 14 ER allowed in 17.1 innings pitched. Luckily, he was lined up to face Chien-Ming Wang, who sported a […]

Jays Win 5-3, Sox Look to Avoid Sweep

The Red Sox will look to avoid a sweep today at the hands of the Blue Jays, just a week after completing a sweep of the Jays in Fenway Park. On the mound for the Sox will be Jon Lester, who needs to avoid allowing the big inning. In his last start, he tossed four […]

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 Hot Stove: Winter Shopping List

While Theo Epstein holds that the Red Sox will not make any moves in what is shaping up to be the quietest winter meetings in years, there are certainly holes to be filled during the offseason.  The Red Sox have already locked up American League Most Valuable Player Dustin Pedroia to a multi-year deal and […]

Coco Crisp Traded to Royals

Kansas City radio station WHB 810 is reporting that Red Sox on again, off again starting center fielder (My) Coco Crisp has been traded to the Royals for reliever Ramon Ramirez. Crisp enjoyed a bounce back year in a Sox uni, hitting .283 with seven homers, 41 RBIs and 20 stolen bases in split time […]