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    Red Sox 2, Tigers 4:
    Always Seems to Work This Way…

    The Sox trade a player for whatever reason, and then this player, more often than not, plays an instrumental role in the Red Sox loss. Last night it was former Red Sox rookie phenom/shortstop Jose Iglesias, and it was a 2-run homer, given up by Drew Pomeranz in his 2nd start in a Red Sox […]

    July 15, 2016:
    Finally! Some Baseball!

    So, after an interminable 4-day hiatus, which saw the AL win for the 5th time in a row, the Sox head to NYC for a 3-game weekend series against the Skanks. We’ll get to that in a minute, but how about the Sox signing a starter with an ACTUAL WINNING RECORD. Yep, Drew Pomeranz, formerly […]

    All-Star Game Day:
    3 Biggest Surprises From The First Half

    By: Matthew Crawford, Guest Contributor. We’ve finally reached the All-Star break, and in the MLB that means we’re more than half way through the season. The Red Sox are 49-38, and if the season were over today they’d be the first wild card entry in the American League, but a runner-up to Baltimore in the […]

    July 8, 2016:
    Sox! Need! Pitching!

    So they go and trade for not one, but TWO infielders??? YEP-PER (as my daughter likes to say) Yesterday, the Sox gave up two prospects (including a pitcher who didn’t suck) and cash to Milwaukee for Aaron Hill, who will likely spell Travis Shaw at 3rd base, especially when there is a lefty on the […]

    Red Sox 6, White Sox 8:
    OK, This is Getting Ridiculous…

    So. The Sox have played 3 of 4 against the Pale hose, and GUESS how many they have won? Yeah, pretty much. Monday night, Stephen Wright pitched a 9 inning what-should-have-been-a-complete-game GEM, (If the Sox could have scraped together more than 1 run) but then Craig Kimbrel comes in for the 10th and can’t even […]

    Red Sox 2, Seattle 1:
    Too Many Black Dots…

    With my Graduation done, the end of the school year for my daughter, and the various and sundry life happenings in the home office of Boston Red Thoughts, I haven’t been watching as much as I should. Although in terms of the win/loss column, it appears I am not missing much. 5-5 in their last […]

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