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The Red Sox are Hot! Get Your Tickets Now!

The Boston Red Sox are starting to turn things around. In a season with much controversy it is time to determine whether this team can pull it together and make one last playoff run. Coming off a series win against the New York Yankees they have a 10-game homestand to make some noise. As always GameDay Boston and Tiq IQ are here to help you get to these games and cheer on the Red Sox. read more

Red Sox May Be Up and Down, But They Aren’t Out!

While most of the sportsworld was focused on the always important Olympic Games in London…. the struggling Red Sox rolled into the Bronx for an important 3-game matchup against the Yankees!
The Result: Red Sox take two out of three to win the series in New York to finish at .500 in their return to Fenway Park for a 10 Game Homestand. And to top it off David Ortiz will be back soon from injury. read more

Kevin Youkilis Changing Sox Colors, Traded to Chicago

The Red Sox finalized a deal with the Chicago White Sox mid game and wasted no time giving Youk the boot out of Boston. Not even an hour after the game, they removed his nameplate and cleaned out his locker. Talk about an awkward ending to an even more awkward last few weeks for Kevin Youkilis. read more

Red Sox Ready to Take on the Tigers! We Have The Tickets!

Time to catch a Red Sox game! RedSoxAholics has you covered! Check out all of our ticket deals for the Red Sox vs. Tigers series!

David Ortiz, Red Sox Continue Hot Streak with 11-6 Win

David Ortiz finished the best April of his career with a pair of solo homers, Mike Aviles hit a three-run shot and the Boston Red Sox beat the Oakland Athletics 11-6 on Monday night.

Darnell McDonald had a two-run homer and Marlon Byrd drove in a pair of runs to support a decent start by Clay Buchholz, who held Oakland to one run until he gave up five in his last inning. Predict the next games winner with TopBet Sportsbook! read more

Francona Changes Mind, Will Attend Fenway Ceremony

In some good news today it looks like former Red Sox manager Terry Francona will be at the 100 year anniversary celebration of Fenway after all. Very glad to see Francona taking the high road in this situation considering things ended so badly with him and the organization. Here is more on the story: read more

Ouch! Carl Crawford has Wrist Surgery

Via Gordon Edes:

Hopes that Carl Crawford’s experience with the Boston Red Sox would take an immediate turn for the better after a disappointing first season were dashed with the announcement by Red Sox GM Ben Cherington on Tuesday that the left fielder underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left wrist. Cherington did not rule out that Crawford would be ready by the regular-season opener but acknowledged that might not happen. read more

15 Red Sox Manager Candidates

Nice article from Gordon Edes and ESPN Boston breaking down some of the possible Red Sox manager candidates. Let’s face it this season was tough and it after the Sox collapse it’s difficult to bet on baseball these days. If you had to there is a lot of options as far as sports betting online, but would you put your money on this Red Sox team even with a new manager. Was it a mistake letting Terry Francona go? Only time will tell, but this off-season will be nothing short of interesting to say the least. Here are some of the potential manager candidates according to Edes: read more

Putting Your Bosox Knowledge to Profitable Use

Being a die-hard Red Sox fan can pay off in all sorts of ways, even when they’re not nothing yet another victory versus the dreaded Yankees. More and more Red Sox fans (and fans of all sports) are turning to the Internet to not only expand their sports knowledge but to also put a little extra money in their pockets. It’s easier than ever to tap into a wealth of stats and data to help you predict the outcome of games and millions of fans from around the world make online sports wagers every year, as well as using their accounts to play casino games including blackjack, poker, and roulette. read more

Red Sox – Yanks series recap … so far

With the Red Sox closing out their regular season home schedule against the Yankees last night, we’re looking back at each and every matchup so far this season. In case you missed it, the Red Sox lead the season series 11 – 4 with a month left to play. Its easy to forget these teams had some big games early in the year, including three games Beckett won against Sabathia, the “Posada needs a day” incident, the brouhaha over Ortiz flipping his bat and the ensuing plunking as well as Youkilis taking Chamberlain deep the one time he decided not to hit him. read more

Pitching Match-Ups: Red Sox at Yankees

The Red Sox start the day sitting one game out of first place in the AL East. During this series against the Yankees, they are looking to move into the top spot in the division. To do so they must win at least two out of three game, which would put that at a tie with the Yankees. This series, they are throwing two of their best three pitchers at the Yankees. To start the series, the Red Sox have Jon Lester on the bump against Freddy Garcia of the Yankees. After a few tough starts his last few times around, the Red Sox game Lester a few more days of rest in hope of Lester returning to his normal self. read more

Lackey Feels Good After Throwing

CLEVELAND — John Lackey threw 40 fastballs without discomfort in the Red Sox bullpen on Tuesday.

The right-hander, sidelined since May 12 with a strained right elbow, said he was encouraged and eager to give it another test soon.

“I felt pretty good and it was a step in the right direction,” Lackey said. “I was happy with how I was finishing. I was able to let it go.” read more

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