Burke Badenhop Turning into Reliable Reliever for Boston Red Sox

Burke Badenhop

Boston Red Sox reliever Burke Badenhop is the epitome of an MLB journeyman. Pitching for his fifth big league organization, Badenhop has put up successful numbers during his career, but has been a consistently expendable piece that hasn’t established solidified footing with any […]

Solid Series Against Oakland Athletics Proves That Boston Red Sox Are Postseason Contenders

AJ Pierzynski

In their first series during the month of May, the Boston Red Sox were determined to move past a dreadful April and re-establish themselves as contenders in the American League. After taking two games of three against the skilled Oakland Athletics, the Red Sox appear […]

The Renaissance of John Lackey’s Career with Boston Red Sox Continues in 2014

John Lackey

Two dismal seasons and Tommy John surgery weren’t enough to stop John Lackey in his quest for success with the Boston Red Sox. After going 26-23 and a 5.24 ERA in his first two years with the Red Sox, Lackey has […]

Mookie Betts is Shaping Up to Be Promising Prospect for Boston Red Sox

Mookie Betts

After being drafted in the fifth round of the 2011 MLB Draft by the Boston Red Sox, infielder Mookie Betts was always touted to be something special. A four-sport star at Overton High School in Nashville, Tenn., Betts had exceptional athleticism that made him […]

Jon Lester Needs More Run Support From Boston Red Sox Offense

Jon Lester

As the ace of the Boston Red Sox pitching staff, Jon Lester is usually the pitcher who gets the most run support. However, after losing four of his first six starts, the opposite has been the case for Lester, as the […]

Mike Napoli Is An Unsung Offensive Hero For The Boston Red Sox In 2014

Mike Napoli

It is very rare for one player to lead a team in every offensive category over the course of a season. However, Mike Napoli is doing just that for the Boston Red Sox in 2014, leading the way in batting average, home […]

Andrew Miller Emerging as a Solid Shutdown Reliever for Boston Red Sox

Andrew Miller

Boston Red Sox reliever Andrew Miller knows a thing or two about second chances. After being drafted in the first round of the 2006 MLB Draft, failed attempts as a starting pitcher with the Detroit Tigers and Miami Marlins (then the Florida Marlins) led him to become […]

Despite Rookie Mistakes, Xander Bogaerts Is Still The Answer At Shortstop For Boston Red Sox

Xander Bogaerts

Entering the 2014 season, Xander Bogaerts was hailed as the next big star for the Boston Red Sox. After shining during the 2013 World Series, Bogaerts was touted to be the starting shortstop after the Red Sox let Stephen Drew go into free […]

Boston Red Sox Should Not Send Brock Holt Down to Minors When Will Middlebrooks Returns

Brock Holt

Infielder Brock Holt has been one of the lone bright spots within the Boston Red Sox‘ lineup during the 2014 season. After being called up from the Pawtucket Red Sox (AAA), Holt has hit .400 (eight hits in 20 AB) and has […]

Boston Red Sox Demoting Daniel Nava to Minor Leagues Beneficial for All Parties

Daniel Nava

Entering Wednesday with a 9-12 record, the Boston Red Sox desperately needed to make a roster move. With Shane Victorino set to return from the disabled list, the Red Sox had a smorgasbord of struggling outfielders, one of which needed to be […]

Grady Sizemore’s Slump Not Helping Boston Red Sox’ Outfield Situation

Grady Sizemore

Slumps are never helpful for any baseball team, but especially not in the case of the Boston Red Sox. Entering a three-game series with the New York Yankees, the Red Sox sport an outfield corps that is only hitting .210 on the […]

Patriots’ Day Baseball is More than Just a Game for Boston Red Sox

Patriot's Day

Patriots’ Day is a day that symbolizes the history of the human struggle to achieve dreams and happiness. Initially intended to celebrate the Battles of Lexington and Concord on Apr. 19, 1775 (the battles that were a direct catalyst of […]