Don’t Count Out Sox Just Yet

As the All-Star Break rapidly approaches the Boston Red Sox sit with a record of 22-26. Many have started to write-off the 2015 season, yet fail to recognize that the Sox are still only a few games back in a weakened yet competitive AL East Division. If last weekend’s series against the Angels is any …

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Opportunity Knocks for Struggling Red Sox

The Boston Red Sox reach the quarter pole of the 2015 MLB season this week in disappointing fashion. After opening the campaign as favorites to claim the American League pennant, and strong 10/1 odds to win their second World Series title in three years, the Red Sox have tumbled to a distant 25/1 in MLB …

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Red Sox Looking For Answers One Month In

The Boston Red Sox have been in a bit of a funk ever since they hoisted the World Series trophy in 2013. A disastrous 2014 campaign was forgivable, but fans are already getting restless after a slow start. There are still five months of regular season action left, so they have time to figure it …

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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. …

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Red Sox Are Back On Track

Not only are the Boston Red Sox back…. but they appear to be once again Back on Track. After the first week of exciting regular season action the Red Sox, are perched atop the AL East Division with an overall record of 5 Wins and 2 Losses. That’s a winning percentage of .714. The Red Sox …

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Red Sox Win On Opening Day in a Spectacular Way!

After a great Spring Training of good vibes, friendly camaraderie, and awesome hitting displays…. the Red Sox rolled their winning ways into Opening Day in quite a spectacular showing by winning handily 8-0. It is hard to imagine a first game of the season going any better and if they continue to play this way…. any …

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As Spring Training Closes Out: Red Sox Bats Are Heating Up

Red Sox sluggers David Ortiz and Mike Napoli have seen limited action this spring due to nagging injuries. Manager John Farrell has been shuffling spring training lineups, experimenting to see who can step up and produce runs for the team in the 2015.  Ortiz and Napoli have been known to carry the team on their backs and were …

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New Look Boston Red Sox Looking Strong For 2015

Manager John Farrell is at the helm of what looks to be a strong Red Sox Baseball squad heading into the 2015 Major League Baseball Season. JetBlue Stadium is all abuzz with the Red Sox winning most of their games so far and seeing young additions as well as older returnees playing impressively. Sure it’s …

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