The Red Sox, White Sox and Tigers agreed to a major three-team trade a day before the deadline. Red Sox Trade For: SP Jake Peavy (from White Sox) RP Brayan Villarreal (from Tigers) Tigers Trade For: IF Jose Iglesias (from Red Sox) White Sox Trade For: OF Avisial Garcia (prospect from Tigers) P J.B. Wendelken […]
The body of former Red Sox pitcher Frank Castillo was pulled from a lake near Phoenix, Arizona on Monday. Castillo, 44, was pulled out of Bartlett Lake. He had apparently drowned. Family members and friends said Castillo wasn’t a very good swimmer, and when he jumped off a boat Sunday, he never resurfaced.
On Saturday July 27, the Boston Red Sox defeated the Baltimore Orioles 7-3 behind plenty of home runs. But the most fun part to watch was after David Ortiz was ejected in the 7th inning after striking out after being ahead 3-0 in the count. He had some legitimate gripe on one if not two […]
As you may now know, the Red Sox have signed Dustin Pedroia through 2021, when he will be 38 years old. The contract is an eight-year deal worth $110 million and replaces his current contract starting at the end of the year. The deal makes him the second-highest paid second baseman in baseball (behind Ian […]
Long-time major league pitcher Derek Lowe has retired from the game after 17 seasons. Said Lowe, “I’m officially no longer going to play the game…But I was able to play 17 years on some pretty cool teams and win a World Series. So, everyone’s got to stop playing at some point, and this is my […]
The Boston Red Sox lead the Majors with 58 wins at the All-Star break. The Red Sox are now just 11 wins away from matching their total from a season ago. Last year, we saw nut job Bobby Valentine attempt to coach a team full of Red Sox players who were out of shape and […]
Everyone knows the great story of Daniel Nava. A similar story as Tim Thomas, Nava had to fight to get where he is today. Nava was an undrafted player, who played independent baseball through his early twenties. For most players, they grow in the minor leagues and hope to work for their chance at the […]
According to Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe Redsox pitcher Clay Buchholz threw off a mound on Wednesday in Boston, but the session was cut short after only 18 pitches. Buchholz was immediately sent for an MRI. Buccholz has been on the disabled list since June 8 with a sore trapezius muscle. Before landing on the […]
One of the biggest additions to the Red Sox offseason was outfielder Shane Victorino. Victorino signed with the Red Sox for three years and $39 million. It was debated whether the Sox hit or missed with the signing, seeing that Victorino has declined in past seasons. As of now, Victorino is batting with a .285 avg with 3 […]
One day after NESN announced that commentator Jerry Remy would miss another week, the Rem-Dawg took to Twitter to announce his return date. Thanks for all your thoughts-I assure you I'm OK and will be back soon-although it looks like #RedSox are doing fine without me!-Jerry — Jerry Remy (RemDawg) (@Jerry_Remy) June 19, 2013 Good […]
Will Middlebrooks may have homered in Sunday’s game at Baltimore, but his struggles offensively have continued. Middlebrooks showed great potential last season before getting hurt, and this season we have seen the power in spurts, but the consistency has not been there at all. There are many theories on this and some people still blame his […]
According to Boston.com, NESN announced Tuesday that commentator Jerry Remy will miss all of the Red Sox games this week. He hasn’t broadcast a game since May 28. Remy later explained on Twitter that he was suffering from allergies and then came down with pneumonia. Feel free to leave get-well wishes in the comments below.
The Red Sox have never been about stolen bases. It’s nothing new. We all know that the Sox have always been loaded with lineups consisting of lumbering sluggers. Many teams were built around hitters who could take advantage of the ballpark’s friendly dimensions. They were righties whose only goal was powering the ball to left […]
“How the Red Sox Explain New England” is a very interesting account of the history of the Boston Red Sox. Rather than reading like a droll history novel, it is more of a collection of 13 different topics relating to the Red Sox, their players, their history and whatever other fun tidbits fans, athletes and […]
The Red Sox came up a bit short in Game 1, with the Angels winning 9-5. Sox pitcher Felix Doubront pitched an average game, going six innings striking out 4, giving up 3 earned runs on 6 hits. Followed by Doubront was relief pitcher Franklin Morales who struggled giving up 4 earned runs on only 2 […]