By now I imagine that we’re all pretty well versed in acquisitions that the Boston Red Sox have made so far this offseason, but they’re not the only team that has been busy in the American League East. The Toronto Blue Jays, who finished third in the division standings last season, added some thump to […]
With the additions of Rick Porcello, Justin Masterson and Wade Miley, the Red Sox undoubtedly solidified the middle and back end of their rotation, but Boston is still in need of an ace. After losing out on the Jon Lester sweepstakes and acquiring three new arms, general manager Ben Cherington admitted that the team is […]
On Thanksgiving, let us give thanks to the free market, which Paul Hoynes abhors.
Money is now more of a cushion, and less of a tool.
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. […]
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 […]
2 out of 4 ain’t bad…
Good season or bad, beating the Rays is always fun
With the lineup starting to produce and players returning from injury, could the Boston Red Sox be starting to make to make a run?
The rivalry is dead. Long live the rivalry.
3 Up 3 Down takes a look at last week in Red Sox Baseball.
The Boston Red Sox are now just a mere two games below .500 and it all all thanks to the exceptional play of Xander Bogaerts, Brock Holt and many others on a nightly basis.
Can we hit the reset button on the season?
The Red Sox were one of the best defensive teams in 2013, so far this season they’ve been one of the worst. What happened?