// Ubaldo Jimenez

Doubront, Impatient Sox Bats Struggle in Loss to Tribe

It’s never good to go into a series with the feeling of needing a sweep. But with the ups and downs of the Boston Red Sox and a four-game series in Cleveland against the Indians, who recently lost 11 games in a row, the expectations were reasonable to have Boston easily take the series and […]

Buchholz, Red Sox End Losing Skid in Win Over Indians

On Friday night the Red Sox attempted to turn things around, as their most recent struggles have been highlighted by the controversy of Josh Beckett on and off the field. Boston sent Clay Buchholz to the mound, who had been a notable part of the question marks surrounding the 12-19 team. And while Buchholz wasn’t […]

Red Sox Trade Targets: Ubaldo Jimenez & Erik Bedard

No matter what a team looks like at the start of the season, the mantra that you can never have enough pitching seems to hold true. With Clay Buchholz still sidelined with a back injury, Daisuke Matsuzaka done for the season, and John Lackey still doing his disappearing act on the mound, the Red Sox […]

Give Up on Adam Dunn, But Give These Three Players a Shot

In sports, championships are won on the field and not on paper. If the names in the program were all that mattered then the St. Louis Rams would have won the 2001 Super Bowl, the New England Patriots would have shut Mercury Morris up with a 19-0 season and Vancouver might still be in one […]

The Streak is Over: Brian McCann leads NL to First All-Star Game Victory Since 1996

The 81st Midsummer Classic took place Tuesday evening at Angel Stadium of Anaheim. At stake was home field advantage for the World Series. Coming into this All-Star Game, the American League was unbeaten in 13 match-ups (including a tie in 2002), but the National League had the overall better record at 40-38 (2 ties).  Starting […]

Red Sox Rock Jimenez But Still Fall 8-6 in Denver

After the drama of a 2-1 loss Tuesday night Red Sox Nation was prepared for another pitcher’s duel on Wednesday. Taking the mound for the Rockies was ace Ubaldo Jimenez, owner of an ERA well under two and entering the game with 13 wins. The Rockies got off to a fast start, scoring four runs […]

Fantasy Baseball Wrap-Up: Week 20 (8-17 – 8-23)

In last week’s wrap-up, I mentioned how I wanted Henry Rowengartner from the film “Rookie of the Year” as my fantasy closer. Now, if I had to choose the best fictitious hitter to have on my roster, it would probably have to be Pedro Cerrano from “Major League”. Oh, and I don’t mean the Buddhist […]