David Ortiz Fires Back at Reports of a Toxic Boston Red Sox Clubhouse

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Earlier in the week, Buster Olney of ESPN reported that the Boston Red Sox clubhouse was “in turmoil” and described it as a “toxic” environment while speaking on WEEI radio in Boston. Olney was open about the fact that no […]

Deven Marrero Boston Red Sox 1st Pick Signs

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The Boston Red Sox officially came to terms with their top pick in the 2012 amateur draft, Deven Marrero, yesterday, June 20. The Arizona State short stop was taken 24th overall by the Red Sox. He has signed for an above slot […]

New York Mets Should Trade for Kevin Youkilis and Relief Help

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The Boston Red Sox are likely to move 3B/1B Kevin Youkilis at some point this season. The 33 year old Youkilis is having his worst season ever, hitting just .216/.299/.345 on the year and seeing his once elite walk rate […]

Ryan Kalish Returns to the Boston Red Sox, Just in Time

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At the end of the 2010 season, the Boston Red Sox called up a 22 year old outfield prospect named Ryan Kalish. Along with fellow outfield prospect Josh Reddick, Kalish was one of a very small group of major league […]

Ryan Sweeney is the Latest Boston Red Sox Outfield Casualty.


The Boston Red Sox  have placed outfielder Ryan Sweeney on the 15 DL with a toe injury. Sweeney is the fifth Boston Red Sox outfielder to land on the DL this year and Darnell McDonald, who began the season as […]

Josh Beckett to the DL, Franklin Morales to Start in His Place

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The Boston Red Sox have another key player heading to the DL. Starting pitcher Josh Beckett was placed on the 15 day DL before the game last night (Saturday) with inflammation in his right shoulder. Left handed reliever Franklin Morales […]

Adrian Gonzalez Is Getting Worse By Making More Contact

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Last season, Adrian Gonzalez had the sixth best wOBA (.406) in baseball. He was 53% better than the average major league hitter by WRC+. He won silver slugger award as the best hitting first baseman in the American League and […]

Daisuke Matsuzaka: Can He Help Save the Boston Red Sox

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Daisuke Matsuzaka is not the guy most Boston Red Sox fans want to look towards to help save the team from mediocrity. The over-hyped NPL star has never endeared himself to Red Sox fans. After posting $51M for the right to […]

Clay Buchholz Has Got His Groove Back

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The year did not start well for Clay Buchholz. His 8.69 ERA in his 29 innings in April was the worst mark among Major League pitchers for the month. With a 6.85 FIP and a 5.25 xFIP, the Boston Red […]

R.A. Dickey and New York Mets Will Appeal for No Hitter

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It was understandably overshadowed by Matt Cain’s dominate perfect game performance, but R.A Dickey came very close to throwing the New York Mets second no hitter yesterday. He was so close, in fact, that the commissioner’s office will be reviewing […]

Mark Melancon is Back

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Yesterday, the Boston Red Sox recalled right handed reliever Mark Melancon and placed lefty reliever Rich Hill on the DL with elbow tightness. A great deal has changed for the Red Sox and for Melancon since the embattled reliever was […]

Boston Red Sox Are Finally a Winning Team

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The Boston Red Sox have battled with the .500 for well over a month, reaching an even record four times this year only to lose the next game. The fifth time at .500 is the charm for the 2012 Red […]