// Josh Reddick

Ortiz Drives in 4 as Red Sox Dominate Orioles

It was something David Ortiz had experienced over 300 times before the season even began. It was something Josh Reddick had experienced once. Yet Wednesday night at Fenway, the Red Sox superstar and the Red Sox call-up experienced the same thing: the joy of the home run. Ortiz and Reddick each homered to right, and […]

Lester Strikes Out 12 in Efficient Victory in Seattle

The phrase “one bad inning” has often been associated with Red Sox starter Jon Lester. On Monday night at Safeco Field it would as well, but the one bad inning would belong to the Seattle Mariners pitcher FACING Lester, Doug Fister. Fister gave up four of his six hits and three of his five earned […]

Rookies Help Wakefield, 44, Become Oldest Sox Pitcher to Get Win

With the Red Sox fading from the playoff picture, Terry Francona penciled three rookies in their early 20’s into the starting lineup on Wednesday night against the Tampa Bay Rays, along with 44-year-old knuckleballer Tim Wakefield. If the Red Sox had won on Tuesday night, the team was considering starting Clay Buchholz on three days […]

Red Sox Call Up Lars Anderson and Josh Reddick: Why?

In a lot of ways, the Red Sox season may have ended on Sunday when the White Sox completed their sweep of Boston. However, September is also a month of hope and renewal in baseball. With the 40-man roster, teams are able to bring up reinforcements from their farm systems and hold spring training tryouts […]

Philly Phlunks in Boston Yet Again

One night after a 12-2 trouncing of the Philadelphia Phillies at Fenway Park, Boston defeated Philadelphia one more time, by the incredibly close score of 10-2. Big news was made before the game began when Daisuke Matsuzaka, freshly recovered from a food-poisoning-induced vomiting Wednesday, was scratched from his starts just moments before the game began. […]

Is Adrian Gonzalez Within the Red Sox Reach?

After beating up on the doormats of the AL East, the Red Sox are finally back to .500 on the season. Despite the recent success, this team has yet to win a series against a winning squad and has exhibited many alarming signs in the early-going. Time to hit the panic button? Not quite, but […]

Red Sox 2010 Roster Preview: Fourth Outfielder

The fourth outfielder is starting to become a very popular position in the Red Sox organization, as well as the rest of the MLB, and this year is no different. Just like teams in the NHL are learning, it’s always good to have at least two capable goalies, and for baseball teams it’s the same […]

Red Sox 2010 Roster Preview: Left Field, Jacoby Ellsbury

Roaming the outfield for the Red Sox are players with a lot of speed, leadership, and experience. But, can everyone avoid injuries? Health has been an issue for the Red Sox in recent years, especially if you look at who’s standing in right field. Over the years, the Sox outfield has changed tremendously. Manny Ramirez […]

Red Sox Begin Spring Training with Win Over Twins

After sweeping both Northeastern and BC, the Boston Red Sox faced off against their first major league foe of spring training, the Minnesota Twins. Josh Beckett took the mound for this game, giving an early sign as to who might be at the top of the Red Sox starting rotation. The Red Sox got a […]

OF Josh Reddick Recalled From Pawtucket

Outfielder Josh Reddick has joined five other Pawtucket Red Sox players on the Boston Red Sox roster, making him eligible to play in the playoffs. This will be Reddick’s third go at the majors, his most recent attempt coming when he was called up on August 6th.  In nine games, he batted a lowly .188 […]

The Chronicles of Reddick

Josh Reddick drank of the dirty water and found it good. The first time he made the Red Sox starting lineup, he smoked two doubles and acted like he was a veteran, who’d been here for years. The next time, he hit his first big league home run, and conspicuously failed to act like a […]

Epstein Does it Again, Acquires Martinez in Exciting Week

The Red Sox only finished this past week going 3-3, but still managed to have quite a deal of excitement thanks to Theo Epstein and his great work once again at the trade deadline. The Sox did not manage to get Roy Halladay, but did wind up with two strong new bats to help give […]

Beckett Strong as Sox Keep O’s Scoreless

Boston bats got going as the Red Sox took the second game in the series against Baltimore. The Sox totaled 13 hits in the 4-0 win against the Orioles. Pitching and hitting was the difference, as the team was red hot at both ends, while the O’s struggled to produce. The Red Sox wasted little […]