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Catcher-Heavy Red Sox Not Looking To Trade

The Red Sox are blessed with a number of options in almost every position but none more so than that of catcher. Following a year of such promise that ultimately ended in real disappointment, president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski and the red of Boston’s decision makers are putting together their plans for the new campaign. There might be some areas of this roster that need addressing, but it looks as though the Sox should be able to put a tick next to the catcher position. read more

Tom is the owner of RedSoxAholics and an avid Boston Sports Fan. Tom grew up as an avid baseball card collector with favorite players including Dwight Evans, Mo Vaughn, Pedro Martinez, Dustin Pedroia, and Mike Greenwell.

Magic Number At Five After Back To Back Sweeps For Sox

The 2016 Boston Red Sox have hit their stride at the best possible time for this season. Looking to add momentum for a Championship run and playing excellent baseball At a record of 89-64, in 1st place and 5.5 games ahead of the second place Toronto Blue Jays as of September 23…. they are poised to close out the Division with another AL East crown during the upcoming final week( 9 exciting games to go with a Magic Number of 5).All this while sweeping both the Yankees and Orioles out of contention with consecutive 4-game sweeps! This is a feat that has not occurred since 1968! The 2016 Red Soc are undeniably Red Hot! read more

Tim has been a fan of Boston sports teams from birth, with a special affinity for the Red Sox and Celtics. His favorite Sox players of all time include David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia, Jason Varitek, and Mike Napoli. Tim has taught and coached high school basketball for years and enjoys writing screenplays in his spare time.

Hanley Ramirez Walk Off Homer Edges Sox Closer to Playoff Return.

Don’t count these 2016 Red Sox out of it yet! After an up and down week that saw Rick Porcello saddled with a loss after giving up only 1 run during the game and a disappointing defeat to the Orioles…. the Red Sox bounced back big time in Thursday’s matchup against the rival New York Yankees at Fenway Park in Boston. read more

Tim has been a fan of Boston sports teams from birth, with a special affinity for the Red Sox and Celtics. His favorite Sox players of all time include David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia, Jason Varitek, and Mike Napoli. Tim has taught and coached high school basketball for years and enjoys writing screenplays in his spare time.

It’s September And Time For Sox To Shine

An old baseball adage says “Anything Can Happen in September”. The Red Sox are a team that has experienced the highs and lows of the dramatic September Pennant Races.

The Red Sox have steadily improved throughout this season spending many days in and out of first place. As our nation recovers from celebrating Labor Day weekend, the Sox find themselves tied with the Toronto Blue Jays for 1st place. With a respectable record of 77-61 and a high-octane powered offense, the Red Sox have a decent chance of capturing the AL East Pennant for 2016 or at least clinching the wild-card spot. In what could be David Ortiz’s last season anything short of the playoffs would be less than he deserves. read more

Tim has been a fan of Boston sports teams from birth, with a special affinity for the Red Sox and Celtics. His favorite Sox players of all time include David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia, Jason Varitek, and Mike Napoli. Tim has taught and coached high school basketball for years and enjoys writing screenplays in his spare time.

Andrew Benintendi Lights Up Internet With ‘Catch Of The Year’

We knew he could hit but boy can the kid cover some ground in left field.  Wonderboy Andrew Benintendi continues to awe Red Sox fans, who are oh so thankful that their fearless GM didn’t deal the rookie for any deadline trade baggage.  If you haven’t seen the catch yet, prepare to be amazed.  It’s one of the best I’ve ever seen. read more

Tom is the owner of RedSoxAholics and an avid Boston Sports Fan. Tom grew up as an avid baseball card collector with favorite players including Dwight Evans, Mo Vaughn, Pedro Martinez, Dustin Pedroia, and Mike Greenwell.

Sox Offense Has Been Key To Success in 2016

The Boston Red Sox now find themselves in second place (a few percentage points of difference) in the AL East Division behind the Baltimore Orioles. Things had been rolling along nicely but the Sox hit a wall of sorts and they have now lost six of their last ten games.  Still, the shuffle of the past two seasons saw seen them finish near the bottom so being nearly atop the division for a change is a welcome relief for Red Sox Nation. read more

Tim has been a fan of Boston sports teams from birth, with a special affinity for the Red Sox and Celtics. His favorite Sox players of all time include David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia, Jason Varitek, and Mike Napoli. Tim has taught and coached high school basketball for years and enjoys writing screenplays in his spare time.

Travis Shaw Emerges In Place Of Pablo Sandoval

After winning the starting third baseman job over Pablo Sandoval in Spring Training, Travis Shaw has become one of the most important players in the Red Sox lineup.

The 26-year old has yet to miss a game this season, playing 25 games and hitting .322 with a .923 OPS, three home runs, and 17 RBIs. read more

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Red Sox Hover Around .500 as First Month of Season Comes To a Close

As the first month of the 2016 season comes to a close the Red Sox have been playing some solid baseball. Looking to improve on last years difficult season the Red Sox changed General Managers and have been getting solid contributions from players that were added to bolster the pitching staff. More importantly they are playing well together again and functioning once again as a team. read more

Tim has been a fan of Boston sports teams from birth, with a special affinity for the Red Sox and Celtics. His favorite Sox players of all time include David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia, Jason Varitek, and Mike Napoli. Tim has taught and coached high school basketball for years and enjoys writing screenplays in his spare time.

Red Sox Open Season in Spectacular Fashion on the Road in Cleveland

In what he currently states will be his last Opening Day Road Game….David Ortiz was quoted as saying “It’s the beginning of the season” then after hitting a amazing 2-Run HR in the ninth inning at Progressive Field…. he followed up with “As the light goes on, so goes Big Papi!”. read more

Tim has been a fan of Boston sports teams from birth, with a special affinity for the Red Sox and Celtics. His favorite Sox players of all time include David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia, Jason Varitek, and Mike Napoli. Tim has taught and coached high school basketball for years and enjoys writing screenplays in his spare time.

Carson Smith Will Start Season on DL

The Boston Red Sox will have to start their season off without relief pitcher Carson Smith in the bullpen.

Smith exited Monday’s exhibition against Miami after facing just one batter, complaining of cramping in his right forearm.

An MRI the next day revealed a strain of the flexor mass muscle. This is not good news, though it could have been worse as forearm cramping can be a sign of needing Tommy John surgery. read more

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Breaking Down the David Murphy Signing

On Monday night, David Murphy and the Boston Red Sox agreed on a minor league contract.

Murphy is going back to the place it all started. He spent the first two years of his career playing for the Red Sox in 2006 and 2007. Since then, he has played for the Rangers, Indians, and Angels. read more

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Hanley Ramirez’s Move to First Means Improvement

There’s no denying the fact that three-time all-star Hanley Ramirez’s first season back in Boston didn’t go too well.

His fielding was disastrous in left field, a position he switched to after playing at shortstop and third base for the majority of his career. The team performed better without him in the lineup late in the season, and he finished the season with a batting average of .249, the lowest in his career. read more

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