How Long Can Daniel Bard Last in the Red Sox Rotation?


Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Daniel Bard has a 2-4 record on the 2012 season with an ERA of 4.83 and a WHIP of 1.516. He took the loss in Tuesday’s 6-4 decision against the Kansas City Royals. He fared […]

Carl Crawford Will See Dr. James Andrews About His Injured Elbow


Whether you’re in the front office, on the coaching staff, on the same roster, or in the bleachers, there are three words you never want to hear associated with one of your team’s players: Dr. James Andrews. But that’s exactly […]

Mike Aviles Has Been the Boston Red Sox’ Unsung Hero


When Boston Red Sox center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury went down with a partially separated shoulder, it put another damper on an already underwhelming, frustrating start to the 2012 season. Shortstop Mike Aviles was moved from the ninth slot in the […]

Terry Francona Made the Right Call in Returning to Fenway Park


There were plenty of rousing ovations during Friday’s ceremonies commemorating Fenway Park’s 100th anniversary. Every player and coach who ever wore a Boston Red Sox uniform was invited. Some of the ovations could be seen coming a mile away (Pedro […]

Boston Red Sox Win Third Straight over Tampa Bay Rays, 6-4


An uncomfortable start to the 2012 season has given way to signs of encouragement for Boston Red Sox fans as the Red Sox defated the Tampa Bay Rays, 6-4, for their third straight win over their division rivals on Sunday. […]

Jacoby Ellsbury Dodged a Bullet With His Shoulder Injury’s Prognosis


Initial reports on Boston Red Sox center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury‘s partially separated shoulder said anything from six weeks to the rest of the season. Thankfully, the optimists prevailed. It looks like Ellsbury will be out six to eight weeks, the […]

Boston Red Sox Fans Need to Let Their Team Play


A quick summary of the Boston Red Sox through their first six games: One win, five losses, 6.40 ERA, 1.404 WHIP, .236 batting average, and two home runs, tied for the fewest in the American League with Albert Pujols and […]

Boston Red Sox Fall to Toronto Blue Jays, 7-3, in Daniel Bard’s First Start


The Boston Red Sox were unable to capitalize on the momentum from their first win of the 2012 campaign, and instead followed it up with yet another frustrating loss, falling to the Toronto Blue Jays, 7-3, Tuesday night at Rogers […]

Boston Red Sox 4, Toronto Blue Jays 2 – Twitter Reacts


With Boston Red Sox fans closely watching and ready to express their frustration and elation with the team’s performance with a few simple keystrokes, they had plenty of material to draw from, to say the least. Here’s a small sample […]

All is Not Lost for the Boston Red Sox Pitching Staff


Despite rough outings, to say the least, in each of their three games against the Detroit Tigers, the Boston Red Sox pitching staff has some positives going for it, and some help that could come sooner than expected. Aaron Cook, […]

Stop Complaining About the Boston Red Sox’ Opening Series


Abandon all hope, ye who enter Fenway. Perhaps recent success has gone to the collective head of Red Sox Nation, and after three games, frustration is mounting higher than ever before, even more so than after the Texas Rangers series […]

Bobby Valentine Will Be a Weekly Guest on ‘The Michael Kay Show’ in New York


Bobby Valentine is a talker. The Boston Red Sox knew this when they hired him. But there’s a fine line between being a talker and talking too much. So when ESPN Radio 1050 in New York announced that Valentine will be […]