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Jacoby on Fire

(Image from soxnation.net)

BY:Wild Thing

Although the Sox just ended their season high 9 game winning streak, Jacoby Ellsbury has proved to be Sox offensive catalyst. In his 5th year in the majors, Ellsbury has been on fire. Currently, he is ranked 3rd in Runs and 1st in SB in the American League. Though he was out most of last season with a left rib fracture, Ellsbury is surpassing his numbers from 2009. read more

What Happened This Weekend?

Just returned from Las Vegas, got through the Yanks series then everything after that was a a blur.  What happened in the games last weekend?  Did the MLB switch to NFL rules while I was gone?  Did Roberto Luongo start every game for the Blue Jays?  Silly Canucks. Was Lebron some how involved with this? I refuse to believe those were traditionally played baseball games, I will appreciate every and all explanations for what went down. read more

NewEra needs a NewRivalry

This is quite the rivalry Alec. By the way I really loved the Mel Gibson impression you left on your daughters voice mail.

Seriously I think NewEra needs to rethink this rivalry thing. Here’s an idea, how about the rivalry between ARods forehead and hair?? Boom roasted. read more

The Resurrection of David Ortiz

Hector Noesi had never faced David Ortiz before. He was in his second inning of work, mopping up for starter Freddy Garcia, who got whacked harder than a piñata at a second grader’s birthday party. Noesi had walked Adrian Gonzalez to start

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Meet Matt Barnes (Draft Day 1 Update)

Theo and crew didn’t have to look far for to find their First Round pick when the MLB First-Year Player Draft got underway yesterday, selecting 90’s baby and UConn’s stud Junior RHP Matt Barnes at #19 overall.  UConn lacks a rich baseball history, but scouts and obviously the Red Sox believe that this kid is the real deal.  Here is the tale of the tape on the newest member of your Boston Red Sox: 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

Should Papelbon be back next season?

-BY: Wild Thing

Is Jonathan Papelbon getting a bad rap because of the media?

Now if can recall, many media reports said that the 2011 season would be Papelbon‘s last season in a Red Sox uniform. Why would it be his last, what led to the media and Theo to doubt him on the mound? If you look at Paps statistics, he has averaged over 37 saves the past 5 seasons. read more

Joshua Patrick Beckett – “The Prick”

The Prick

By: PTL
Let me start off by letting you know it would be hard to find a bigger fan of
Joshua Patrick Beckett than myself, to the point where I have wondered if asking my girlfriend to toss in a dip and wear like fifteen Phiten necklaces would be out of line. It began with his domination of the Yankees in the 2003 World Series at the ripe age of 23 and only grew during his early Sox career while anchoring the Red Sox to their second World Championship in four years during 2007. His love for smokeless tobacco, the cocky attitude which often irritated the opposition (leading my dad to nickname him “The Prick”), and hilarious post game interviews were the perfect
recipe for a Boston athlete man crush. read more

Who Are You More Excited About Heating Up?

Look I don’t want to jinx things, but I know I am excited to see Salty show some power (4 HR’s in the last week). Then today out of no where we see Carl Crawford become the Crawford of old (6-for-11 w/ 2 HR, 6 R and 3 RBI against the Indians). Now the questions is who are we more excited to see heating up? 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

Pedroia Feeling Better After Injury

CLEVELAND — Dustin Pedroia got to Progressive Field ahead of most of his teammates on Tuesday, even though he knew he would not be in Terry Francona’s starting lineup.

Even before he tweaked his left leg and left Monday night’s 3-2 loss to the Cleveland Indians in the eighth inning, Pedroia was told by Boston’s manager that he would be getting a well-deserved night off. read more

Red Sox Fall to Indians 3-2

CLEVELAND — The Red Sox’ pregame worries were in the wrong place. Their post-game concerns may be more significant after losing Dustin Pedroia.

Concerned with mustering some offense against former Boston right-hander Justin Masterson, they should have focused on hot-hitting Asdrubal Cabrera. Cabrera homered and had three hits, including a go-ahead RBI double in the eighth off Daniel Bard (1-4) that gave the Cleveland Indians a 3-2 win Monday night. read more

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