// Jason Bay

Red Sox Lose ALDS, is it Fenway’s Fault?

Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia is blaming the Sox being on the wrong end of an ALDS sweep on the Fenway Park infield, calling it the worst in the game. Stop it. You might as well say the umpires were on the Angels’ payroll. Not a bad idea, actually. The fact of the matter […]

Jason Bay Heading to San Francisco?

As much as Red Sox fans would love to keep their beloved LF in Boston for the next several years, they will have to watch the competition get stiff in the free agent market. Rumors are swirling around that the San Francisco Giants would like to sign Jason Bay during this offseason. It’s not crazy […]

Sox Get Swept, Look Towards Wild Card

The Red Sox came into the series with the hope of stealing the AL East. However, now they will be playing for a Wild Card slot as the Yankees swept the Sox and captured the AL East crown along the way. The win Sunday afternoon gives the Yankees their 11th division title since 1995 and […]

Fantasy Baseball Wrap-Up: Week 24 (9-14 – 9-20)

It is finals time in the SoB baseball league. This begins a two-week struggle to decide the champion of the league. Hopefully you were one of the lucky few out there to be battling it out for a championship. I once again will be watching from the sidelines. If you made it to the show, […]

Royals Bash Red Sox, 12-9

Tim Wakefield, easily the team’s No. 3 starter all season, has definitely slipped to No. 5 or worse after back troubles have derailed his season. The knuckleballer gave all he could Monday night against the Royals, going five innings and allowing four runs on five hits and seven walks. But, thanks to the Sox offense, he […]

Buchholz, BoSox Best Baltimore

It’s a good thing that Maryland is all about crab cakes and football, because the Orioles suck at baseball. Boston managed a 3-1 victory in a game that didn’t seem that close. Orioles starter Jeremy Gurthrie surrendered only three runs in 5 2/3 innings despite giving up 9 hits and 3 walks. A lack of […]

Wild Pitch Throws Away Game for Boston

Riding a seven game winning streak and looking for a sweep of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, the Red Sox were looking to keep rolling in the potential playoff preview series. However, some pitching woes ended up giving the Halos the go ahead, and a 4-3 win in Fenway. In the top of the […]

Red Sox 2010 Schedule: Should be a Wild Year

In the midst of 2009’s heated playoff race, Major League Baseball released its 2010 schedule on Tuesday, and Red Sox fans are already salivating, as are baseball fans in general. The Twins will be playing home games in an outdoor stadium for the first time since 1981, and several key figures will become free agents […]

Boston Fights Rays, and Rain, For Win

With the rain in full force, the Red Sox were able to squeeze in a game against the Rays between showers. In the end, they squeaked out a 9-1 win, as the game was called in the sixth inning. Josh Beckett got his 15th win of the season, going all five innings for the complete […]

Martinez Pinch Hit Lifts Sox Over O’s

The Red Sox got out to an early lead in the first inning, when Jason Bay had a two-out single to left, which scored Jacoby Ellbsury and Kevin Youkilis. The Orioles answered back with a run of their own in the second when Cesar Izturis grounded into a double play. Boston added a run in the […]

Six Homers Power Sox Past Orioles 10-0

I don’t know what was more impressive: the Red Sox slugging six home runs in a 10-0 rout of the Orioles, or Clay Buchholz’s dominating performance. Dustin Pedroia swatted two home runs for his first career multi-HR game. Joining Pedroia was Kevin Youkilis, Alex Gonzalez, J.D. Drew, and David Ortiz, who capped the scoring with his […]

Handicapping the AL MVP Race

Seeing as there’s less than a month left to the season, we can begin to predict what the award winners are going to look like. The one I’d like to take a look at is the AL MVP race, and this is because it will divide old school baseball fans and more sabermetrically-inclined fans for […]

Boston Loses Battle of the Soxes

I love Tim Wakefield, but asking a 43-year-old knuckleballer who can barely walk to save your season is asking a lot. Saturday afternoon against the White Sox, it was asking too much. After giving up three runs in the bottom of the first inning, Wake settled in, allowing just one more run in the next […]

Buchholz Shines as Sox Take Series Against Rays

After dropping the second game of the series on Wednesday night, Boston came out guns a’ blazing to take the series against Tampa Bay. Jason Bay’s two RBI in the first got the team going en route to a 6-3 win. Kevin Youkilis started the game 3-3, gaining a quarter of Boston’s twelve hits. The Rays […]

Sox Outlast Blue Jays 6-5

As readers of this blog know, I have questioned Josh Beckett’s ace-worthiness before, and Friday night’s game did nothing to ease my mind. Coming off a terrible start against the Yankees, Beckett managed to make it all the way to the second inning before giving up his first home run of the night, a three-run […]