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    Red Sox 2, Seattle 1: Let the Benintendi Era Begin!

    Although the Sox moves at the trading deadline were less than impressive, there is some excitement in the air: Highly-touted prospect (#2 in the Red Sox organization and #7 in all of baseball) Andrew Benintendi has skipped AAA and will jump right into the pool, starting in Left Field for the Red Sox. A left handed hitter, […]

    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 […]

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