With a series victory within their grasp, the Red Sox took the field behind starter Joe Kelly on Sunday afternoon. After breezing through an easy first inning of work, Boston’s 27 year old starter ran into some trouble in the second and gave Kansas City an early four run advantage. Kelly allowed back-to-back singles to […]
For the third straight day the Red Sox lost to the Orioles, as Baltimore completed their three game sweep of Boston. After breezing through his first two innings, Red Sox starter Brandon Workman endured a six run third inning, and was promptly knocked out of the game. The 24-year old allowed six runs on six […]
In his fourth career start, Anthony Ranaudo suffered his first major league loss on Wednesday night. Pitching against his favorite childhood team, the New Jersey native allowed six hits in 5.1 innings pitched, while walking 2 and striking out just one. New York opened the scoring in the 2nd inning, when Brian McCann tattooed a […]
It didn’t take long for the Red Sox to build a substantial lead against the Yankees on Wednesday evening. In the first of a three game series, Boston tallied two first inning runs off Yankees starter Shane Greene. After Mookie Betts singled and David Ortiz reached via a walk, Yoenis Cespedes drilled an RBI double […]
2 out of 4 ain’t bad…
Good season or bad, beating the Rays is always fun
What’s the point (of September baseball) any more…..
Can Daniel Nava return to his 2013 form, or has he begun an irreversible descent into mediocrity?
Let’s see if Chris Archer shows emotion tonight…
The shortest player collected the loudest hit
Only 15 games back, guys!
Turns out Joe Kelly isn’t just good for his jokes
Assessing where Daniel Nava now fits in Boston’s crowded outfield picture.
Make or break time…
The Red Sox are going nowhere in 2014, but they do have an opportunity to construct a stable squad for the future. For Ben Cherington, the trade deadline is the perfect time to start building.