According to Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe, the Boston Red Sox have been scouting Phillies lefthander Cole Hamels, with possible intent of constructing a deal to acquire him. “Hamels is Philly’s most tradeable commodity. They would have to score huge to make a deal. The Phillies have been scouting Boston heavily all season. At […]
Boston Red Sox (87-71) @ Chicago White Sox (85-73) Jon Lester (19-8, 2.96) @ John Danks (14-11, 3.74) 8:10 PM EDT | U.S. Cellular Field (Chicago, Ill.) TV: NESN RADIO: WEEI 850, SBN 1150 GAME NOTES: The Boston Red Sox seem determined to let the Chicago White Sox match them in their season record. John […]
Boston Red Sox (79-64) @ Seattle Mariners (55-88) Jon Lester (16-8, 3.26) @ Doug Fister (5-11, 3.84) 10:10 PM EDT | Safeco Field (Seattle, Wash.) TV: NESN RADIO: WEEI 850, SBN 1150 GAME NOTES: After narrowly avoiding the sweep by the Oakland A’s, Jon Lester and the Boston Red Sox will head north […]
Tampa Bay Rays (83-53) @ Boston Red Sox (76-61) Jeff Niemann (10-5, 3.97) @ Jon Lester (15-8, 3.27) 7:10 PM EDT | Fenway Park (Boston, Mass) TV: NESN RADIO: WEEI 850, SBN 1150 GAME NOTES: After a crushing series against the White Sox, the Boston Red Sox will have to turn the page […]
Prev. Gm: Boston Red Sox (74-58) @ Baltimore Orioles (49-83) Jon Lester (14-8, 3.12) @ Jake Arrieta (4-6, 5.10) 7:05 PM EDT | Camden Yards (Baltimore, Maryland) TV: NESN RADIO: WEEI 850, SBN 1150 GAME NOTES: The Boston Red Sox are staring down a three game losing streak, after dropping last night’s game to […]
Without a doubt, one of the best perks of working for a baseball team is the access to players, coaches, scouts, and countless others with intimate knowledge of the game.
I can’t say enough kind works about the Sky Sox staff who have, over the last six months, imparted a great deal of their knowledge to me about how the game is played.
Recently, I sat down with Sky Sox catchers Paul Phillips and Michael McKenry – as well as a number of scouts and coaches – to pen an article on game calling and pitching sequencing; discussing both the basic and the finer aspects of calling a game from behind the plate…
The Boston Red Sox’s head north once again to start the series against the Toronto Blue Jays, as ace John Lester looks to clip the wings of Ricky Romero.
Jon Lester and Jeremy Guthrie have both factored into twelve decisions so far this season, earning a (9-3) and (3-9) record, respectively. Tonight, Lester will look to continue the Boston Red Sox’s successful record against the struggling Orioles.
The Boston Red Sox have sacrificed life and limb to take the series against San Francisco, but the Giants will send out The Freak, Tim Lincecum, to try to nab the rubber match from the Sox.
After a clean sweep of the Dodgers, the Boston Red Sox look to continue their dominance while the interleague season lasts, sending Jon Lester to the hill against youngster Jhoulys Chacin, who is sporting a cool 4.00 ERA since replacing Jorge de la Rosa in the Colorado Rockies rotation.
Last night’s systematic dismantling of the Boston Celtics may have shaken your confidence in Boston sports, but fear not… Jon Lester returns to the mound tonight for the Boston Red Sox to take on Rodrigo Lopez and the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Justin Masterson routing Clay Buchholz to embarrass his former team was a forgone conclusion? Say whaaaaaa? After a stunningly, shockingly, horrifyingly inane loss last night, the Boston Red Sox will scrape up their shattered dignity and finish an otherwise strong series in Cleveland. And what better man to slam the door than Jon Lester? Certainly not Boof Bonser… that’s for sure.
The Baltimore Orioles will send their ace out, in the form of Jeremie Guthrie, to try to take on the best that the Boston Red Sox have to offer, Jon Lester.
Well at least we know the Royals didn’t sweep. With the month of May drawing to a close, Jon Lester will take the mound for the Boston Red Sox to face Bruce Chen in the last game of a troubling series against the Kansas City Royals.
Don’t look now, but the Boston Red Sox are starting to win games against some of the toughest teams in the majors. Jon Lester will look to carry that momentum forward, as he faces James Shields of the Tampa Bay Rays, who has been simply dominant thus far in 2010.