The Red Sox and the rest of major league baseball bid a fond farewell to Yankee’s Captain Derek Jeter over the weekend, as the 40-year old played the final series of his 20 year career. After Boston and New York split the first two games of the weekend series, the bitter rivals took Sunday’s game […]
The season is (mercifully) nearly over. There are some of us who, instead of being tormented by Boston’s poor play, took solace in the relatively decent play of the Red Sox’ minor league affiliates. The minor league season has been over for a while now, and we have gotten a taste of a few of […]
The Red Sox scored 11 runs in back to back games this week, which considering how things have gone this season is pretty impressive. It’s even more impressive when one considers that they achieved the feat with 7 rookies in the lineup on both nights. The Red Sox hadn’t had a starting lineup with seven […]
Breaking down which teams Red Sox fans should support in the postseason.
While most of the baseball world tuned in to Derek Jeter’s historic final game at Yankees Stadium, the Red Sox were busy routing the Tampa Bay Rays for the second straight night. Similar to Anthony Ranaudo on Wednesday, Allen Webster ended his season on a high note by holding the Rays to just one run […]
While no Red Sox rookie has truly captured a rotation spot on next years team, Anthony Ranaudo left a good final impression in his last start of the 2014 season. After the Rays tallied two first inning runs against the right-hander, Ranaudo settled down and went on to toss 7 innings of 6 hit baseball. […]
Joe Kelly has been a steady starter down the stretch, but the Red Sox want him to throw more breaking balls. Could a change in pitch usage aid Kelly in 2015? Joe Kelly is one of the more unheralded players the Red Sox added before the trade deadline, and his importance to the club’s 2015 […]
On a clear and chilly September night in Boston, the Red Sox and Rays began their final series of the 2014 season. Starters Clay Buchholz and Alex Cobb held the line for their respective clubs for most of the game, with both starters pitching into the 7th inning. After Buchholz and Cobb exchanged clean innings […]
The Red Sox will return home on Tuesday night and host their second to last homestand of the 2014 season. While both teams are well out of contention, Tuesday’s match-up of Alex Cobb vs. Clay Buchholz appears to be an interesting battle on paper. Prior to his most recent start in which he allowed five […]
Only one more week to go until the Hot Stove season begins for the Boston Red Sox. With only six games left, the Red Sox are 68-88 and have six chances to win two more games to be better than they were in 2012. If that is the only positive memento the Red Sox can […]
After splitting the first two games of the series, the Red Sox and Orioles played the rubber match of a 3 game set on Sunday. Right-hander Joe Kelly toed the rubber for the Red Sox in search of his second consecutive win. The 26-year old was opposed by Baltimore right-hander Miguel Gonzalez, who looked to […]
We’re all well aware of JBJ’s prodigious struggles over the past two seasons. It’s been frustrating, painful, and just plain sad to see one of the Sox’ former top prospects look so completely lost at the plate. I don’t want to discount what he’s done in the field, because it has been immensely valuable, and […]
The best players and pitchers of 2014 in the Red Sox minor league system.
After losing the first two games of the series, the Red Sox tried to staved off a sweep on Thursday night in Pittsburgh. Red Sox starter Brandon Workman quickly found himself down a run, after he walked Ike Davis with the bases loaded and forced in a run. An inning later, the Red Sox put […]
After about a month of waiting, Red Sox fans finally got their first look at Rusney Castillo on Wednesday. The 27-year old Cuban defector assumed the seventh spot in the Red Sox order, and manned center field in his first big league game. After playing in three championships on his rise through the Red Sox […]