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Red Sox-Yankees Weekend Series Preview

The Red Sox, fresh off of a five game win streak that should turn into six against the Braves tonight (4/28), are looking to bring that momentum into their first series against the New York Yankees this weekend. The Red Sox have been preying on weaker teams as of late, and seem to have a […]

Week In Review: Patriots, Red Sox, Celtics, Bud Collins

It has been a week to remember in Boston sports. Let’s recap all that happened from Wednesday to Friday. The Patriots released Brandon Lafell and Scott Chandler, opening up some salary cap space to revamp the New England offense. LaFell and Chandler underperformed this year. Robert Kraft and Bill Belichick are most likely looking for […]

Pablo Sandoval, More than A Weighty Issue

Pablo Sandoval is the talk of Red Sox Spring Training for arriving to camp overweight. The media that follow the Boston team is abuzz with the news. They are most focused on Sandoval’s inability to control himself after San Francisco Giants color analyst, Mike Krukow, reported to local, California sports talk station KNBR that the […]

Red Sox to Retire Wade Boggs’ Number… But is it the Right Thing to do?

The Red Sox announced on Monday that they plan to retire former third-baseman Wade Boggs’ number, 26, during the 2016 season. He went on to play for the New York Yankees for four years and ended his career with the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in 1999.

Sox Trade Miley To Mariners, Solidify Bullpen For Next Season

Dave Dombrowski and the Red Sox have been active this off season with the huge free agent move to land a dominant ace starter in David Price, possibly the games best closer in Craig Kimbrel, and outfielder Chris Young. Boston’s latest action came in the form of a trade with the Seattle Mariners. The Sox […]

Red Sox Sign Ace Free Agent David Price

There is a new superstar and number one starter heading to Boston this off season. The Red Sox inked a deal with David Price reported by the Boston Globe as a 7-year, $217 million dollar contract. The 30 year old power-pitching left-hander was one of two sought after ace pitchers on the free agent market […]

Doug Flutie Commits to Broadcast Shamrock Series

Doug Flutie confirmed Thursday, as reported by Chad Finn of the Boston Globe, that he will serve as color commentator for the Boston College vs. Notre Dame game to take place at Fenway Park on Saturday. Doug Flutie, whose parents passed away yesterday, has decided that he will call Saturday’s Boston College-Notre Dame game. — […]

Red Sox Season Finale Sees Orsillo’s Last Call, Farrell, Lovullo Announcement

While player performance on the field remained the same, The Red Sox 2015 season came to a close Sunday afternoon with many changes off the field including the departure of NESN announcer Don Orsillo, reinstatement of manager John Farell, and hire of Torey Lovullo to bench coach position.

Yoan Moncada Named Number 1 Prospect By Baseball America

Greenville Drive third baseman, Yoan Moncada, enjoyed an electric second half to his 2015 season landing him the number one spot in Baseball America’s top prospects in the South Atlantic league.  The League has single-A affiliates from the the New York Yankees, Kansas City Royals, and Baltimore Orioles major league franchises.

The Hanley Ramirez Experiment, In General, Must End

When you spend $88 million on a player he better be worth every red cent. Hanley Ramirez is not worth the high-priced contract he signed with the Red Sox. Hanley Ramirez reminds me of a movie from the 1980s starring a young Tom Hanks, called The Money Pit. A newlywed couple buys what they think […]

Red Sox Nation Loses with Departure of Don Orsillo

In a stunning move, NESN has fired longtime Red Sox play by play announcer Don Orsillo. Orsillo will stay on for the remainder of the season and will be replaced in 2016 by Dave O’Brien. Orsillo, who has been with NESN since 2001, has become a fixture in New England and has been there to […]

Dave Dombrowski Named Red Sox President of Baseball Operations

The Boston Red Sox named Dave Dombrowski President of Baseball Operations, effective immediately, on Tuesday evening. In reaction to the hire of Dombrowski, Ben Cherrington decided to step down as General Manager once Dombrowski’s transitional period is complete.

John Farrell Diagnosed with Stage 1 Lymphoma

John Farrell announced during his Friday night pre-game press conference that he has stage one lymphoma. The lymphoma was detected after having surgery in Detroit for a hernia on Monday. A mass was removed at the time of the surgery. Farrell will step down as manager of the Red Sox while he undergoes a nine-week course […]

Red Sox Trade Mike Napoli

Right before Friday night’s game, the Red Sox struck a deal to trade Mike Napoli and cash to the Texas Rangers for cash or a player-to-be-named-later. The Rangers will pay about $1.5 million of the remaining money owed to Napoli. 

LHP Henry Owens To Make MLB Debut for Red Sox Tuesday

Henry Owens will make his major league debut on Tuesday against the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium. Owens was called up after Rick Porcello was placed on the 15-day disabled list with sore triceps muscles. The Red Sox organization has been slowly promoting Owens since 2013 when he went from single A Greenville Drive […]