// Jeremy Guthrie

Rays Winners in Blockbuster Trade with Stronger Royals

The Tampa Bay Rays were already a powerful nemesis to the Red Sox in the American League East, but the franchise that could once be penciled in for last place in the division has made a few moves this winter to ensure that they’ll be competing for many more years. In a blockbuster driven by […]

Red Sox Split Doubleheader with Orioles, Still Lead Rays By 2

The Red Sox started the day just 2.0 games ahead of the Rays in the AL Wild Card race, and after 18 long innings of baseball against those pesky Orioles, the Sox remain just 2.0 games up with eight games to go. Game 1: Orioles 7, Red Sox 6 W: Jeremy Guthrie (9-17) – 6.0 IP, […]

Guthrie Stymies Sox Offense, Notches Fourth Victory of Year

Sox Offense Goes Quiet, Weiland OK in 2nd Start After the Red Sox scored 15 runs on Monday night and seeing 3-13 Jeremy Guthrie on the bump on Tuesday, Sox fans may have figured it would be the same result. That was not the case on at Camden Yards, as Guthrie silenced the Red Sox […]

Red Sox End First Half With 9-3 Win Over O’s

In early May, the Red Sox were 8.5 games behind the Rays in the AL East, and had a sub-.500 record. The team’s hitting was inconsistent, the starting pitching was disappointing, and the bullpen was overused. Fast forward to July 3, and game No. 81, the exact midpoint of the 162-game regular season. We’re now […]

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 […]

The First Week of Baseball

While nothing happened in the first week of baseball that was quite at the level of excitement of Boston University’s win of the NCAA hockey championship, there was some exciting action, but also a reminder of how short life can be. Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart made just his fourth major league start and later that night was killed […]

Orioles Sweep Sox in Baltimore

The Red Sox were out-pitched, out-hit, and out-classed by the Baltimore Orioles in a brief two-game series. Could the guard in the AL East be changing? Probably not, so let’s not get ahead of ourselves. In Game 1, Jeremy Guthrie calmed down after allowing three runs in the first inning to hold the Red Sox […]

AL East Fantasy Preview: Baltimore Orioles

Baltimore has taken a bold step in the direction of the franchise and have decided to rebuild their team. Baltimore traded two of its biggest names in SS Miguel Tejada and ace pitcher Erik Bedard. Bedard stayed in the AL by being traded to Seattle and Tejada made the jump to the NL with the Houston […]

Bos vs Bal: Beckett vs Guthrie

Beckett (17-6) goes for the major league lead in wins at 18 and pushes towards his first Cy Young award. Beckett going into today is 4-1 in his last six starts. After Boston’s awful blow up last night with Matsuzaka, any edge today to get Boston back on track is needed. Beckett starting is a […]

AL ROY: Dice-K?

Dice-K for ROY (As of 8/28) For pitchers, Dice-K has two comparable guys both a lot less heralded then Dice. Jerermy Guthrie (BAL) and Brian Bannister (KC), who are the only other two rookie pitchers in baseball with enough qualifying inning, both have had good seasons. Both pitchers have a better ERA (Bannister 3.28, Guthrie […]