// Ryan Doumit

Red Sox Fall Back to .500 in Loss to Twins

The Minnesota Twins have the worst team ERA in the American League, but there was little sign of that on Thursday night as the team combined to two-hit the Red Sox, as Boston fell 5-0 to a team 15 games under .500. Jon Lester received the loss but pitched well, and both Sox hits came off […]

Ross Homers Twice in Red Sox Victory Over Twins

Cody Ross must be quite the social animal. Through his first four home runs this season, at least one teammate had always been on base, waiting at the plate to celebrate with him. But sometimes, even Ross has to go it alone. Ross homered twice – one two-run, one solo – tying and then giving […]

Beltre Back With Something to Prove

Now that the Major League trade deadline has come and gone, most of us have just started to take our fingers off the ice packs. Ask any doctor, there’s only so much refreshing of a website that one’s fingers can take. This is why I have trained to use all of my fingers to click […]

TGIF: 2009 Catcher Rankings

We have less than one week left until pitchers and catchers report to camp. It’s amazing how time just passes you by these days. The catcher position is arguably the hardest position to fill in this game. With such a shallow pool of elite catchers to choose from, it is hard to gauge whether or […]

Fantasy Wrap-Up: Week 11 (6-9 – 6-15)

Interleague play has arrived. What does it mean for fantasy baseball? Well, it depends, of course. This time of the year gives batters the chance to face pitchers they have never seen and this creates favorable match-ups for both sides. New ballparks are traveled to and pitchers have to hit (although their batting stats won’t […]