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Sox Swept by Yankees as Joe Kelly Gets Hit Hard

Tough weekend for the Sox, as a sweep at the hands of the hated Yankees leaves the Sox in next to last place in the AL East, four games back from NY.  The Red Sox pitching continues to look horrendous, and it remains to be seen what steps might be taken to stop the bleeding. read more

Odds on Red Sox’s Next Game

With the current season of Major League Baseball having commenced earlier this month, the teams are starting to get into the groove with their series. Currently, the Boston Red Sox sit atop the American League East but with the Baltimore Orioles close behind. They have an upcoming series with the Houston Astros. The Astros sit clear at the bottom of the standings for the American League West. Therefore, it is probably of little surprise that the Boston Red Sox are the clear favourite to win the series. read more

The Jackie Bradley Jr. Craze is Here to Stay! Here’s How You Can Get Involved!

It’s only been 2 games, but the Red Sox are 2-0 and Jackie Bradley Jr. has looked great in left field. Some players you can over-hype, but it’s easy to tell JBJ has all the tools and knowledge of the game to become one of the Red Sox greats in history. read more

It’s Back! Get Your Middlebrooks Wake and Rake T-Shirt Today!

Where there’s a Will, there’s a way! Will Middlebrooks was called up by the Boston Red Sox early in the 2012 season and never looked back. His hot start and consistent bat helped him find an everyday starting position with the team. If you follow him on twitter you know one of his famous sayings or hashtags is “Wake and Rake” meaning time to get up and play baseball. We could be watching a potential all-star for many years here in Boston and no better way to support him by representing your very own Wake & Rake t-shirt! read more

A Look Into The Future of the Boston Red Sox

Spring training is right around the corner and a lot of buzz will be in Boston regarding this brand new Red Sox team. After a disaster of a 2012 season there is some hope that these new changes will bring at least some respect back to Boston baseball.  The Red Sox made quite a few splashes this offseason through free agency, but one aspect of the game people tend to forget is the players that haven’t even stepped foot on a major league diamond yet. read more

Good or Bad? The 2013 Red Sox Season is Getting Closer

Whatever will the Red Sox 2013 season be like? What’s happened to the Red Sox? It only seems like yesterday when we were riding the crest of the wave, smashing the Yanks and generally pulverizing anyone who got in our way. Now, though, we’re like Samson after his haircut. read more

Red Sox Sign Mike Napoli; Is Josh Hamilton Next?

The Boston Red Sox  have agreed to 3-year deal with free agent Mike Napoli. The deal is said to be worth $39 million. Napoli can play both first base and catcher, but is expected to play mostly at first for Boston. Napoli’s physical is scheduled for Wednesday which means the official announcement should be by the end of the week. read more

Red Sox Get Their Manager with Hiring of John Farrell

It took two years and a miserable season, but the Red Sox finally acquired John Farrell to succeed Bobby Valentine as manager of the team that went 69-93 this past season.  After Valentine was fired it was said that Farrell was on top of the list of managers to take over, the team interviewed Yankees bench coach Tony Pena, Orioles third-base coach DeMarlo Hale, Padres special assistant Brad Ausmus and Dodgers third-base coach Tim Wallach. read more

The Red Sox drop Che-Hsuan Lin to make room for Sandy Rosario

On Wednesday 17th October, the Boston Red Sox gained Sandy Rosario, in a move that will hopefully mean good news for the team. Rosario is a right -handed pitcher, born in the Dominican Republic, who has long proven himself worthy of being chosen by the Red Sox. In 2004, he was signed with the Florida Marlins as a free agent and his career has stemmed from there. He was first called up for the Majors in 2010, after playing for the Jacksonville Suns and helping them to win the Southern League. Rosario has been a part of the MLB since September of that same year, when he played against the Milwaukee Brewers. read more

A Lost Season for the Red Sox Winds Down

With the season winding down Red Sox fans are secretly filled with joy that what has been a disastorous few months of summer is finally almost over. In arguably their worst season in franchise history, the Sox have seen the lowest of lows. Many blame manager Bobby Valentine, some the management, and the players have received their fair share of critisizm as well. Blowing it up doesn’t even began to describe what Boston has done this season shipping out the likes of Kevin Youkilis, Adrian Gonzalez, Carl Crawford and Josh Beckett, but many remain optimisitc. read more

New Look Boston Red Sox Team Tries to Get Back on Track!


After a dismal August performance, Red Sox management decided to shake up the team by trading large contract players to the Los Angeles Dodgers. Surprising many fans of both teams, Josh Beckett, Adrian Gonzalez, Carl Crawford, and Nick Punto were placed on waivers to be dealt to the Dodgers. The Red Sox received regular 1B James Loney, and a few other up and coming Dodger players with a little bit of MLB experience.
Many were debating which team got the better of the deal! read more

Red Sox Look to Yankees Series This Weekend

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The Red Sox are finishing a frustrating week with a trip to New York for a weekend series against the Yankees this weekend.

The week started with the Red Sox bats exploding during Sunday’s game against the Indians where they scored 14 runs in a victory to take the weekend series from Cleveland at Fenway Park. It looked like the Sox were finally breaking through this season. They had games vs. the Orioles that would allow them to gain ground in the playoff race. Unfortunately, as of Thursday night during the writing of this article they had dropped 2 out of 3! Manager Bobby Valentine was tossed from the game arguing a call on Wednesday night’s game but at least they are fighting through the frustration. read more

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