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Adam Belue

Adam Belue

My name is Adam Belue, I'm from Fall River, MA, and I'm a sports fanatic.  I'll watch and write about just about any and every sport, even the fringe ones that aren't really sports like bowling, poker, and ultimate frisbee.  I'm a huge Green Bay Packers fan, and a self-proclaimed New England Patriots hater (and proud of it!)... which makes my job in a sporting goods store quite interesting.  I'm a big fan of the other local teams (Bruins, Red Sox, and Celtics), along with the Alabama Crimson Tide and college football as a whole.  I may be a bit obsessed (or a lot obsessed) with Taylor Swift, and I've seen her in concert four times so far... some of the best times I've had by the way her concerts are quite the experience!  I'm also a huge tennis fan, and have played the sport for a good majority of my life.  I wish more people watched and appreciated tennis.  I'm currently a part of the Boston Bruins and Boston Red Sox Beat Team on CLNS Radio, and post a weekly fantasy football and college football column during the season.  

The PawSox' slide continued last week, as they lost six of their seven games, which included three walk-off losses in extra innings.  David Price lasted just two innings in his rehab start on Friday, while Brock Holt and Pablo Sandoval ended the week in the starting lineup as they also work their way back to Boston.  Sam Travis and Rusney Castillo had big offensive weeks for Pawtucket, which can be heard in the Week in Review!

Chris Sale takes the mound tonight in Oakland searching for his eighth straight 10+ strikeout start, which would tie a record held by himself and Pedro Martinez.  Lineup notes include Andrew Benintendi returning to the lineup after a one-game rest, and a look at a rough outing for David Price with the PawSox.

The Red Sox finally excelled in all aspects of a game, as they got another quality start (and victory) from Eduardo Rodriguez, along with some power from Mookie Betts and Jackie Bradley, a clutch hit from Dustin Pedroia, great base running by Xander Bogaerts, and solid defense and bullpen work.  This is the Red Sox' team we have been expecting all season long!

Pawtucket's bats struggled mightily last week, as they were unable to support a strong week of pitching from their entire staff.  Hector Velazquez and Marcus Walden ended the week with ERA's below 2.00, but both starters saw their lengthy scoreless inning streaks come to an end.  David Price's rehab start on Sunday was postponed, but the Red Sox ace still pitched in the cages and will take the hill this week on the road.

The CLNS Boston Bruins Beat Team takes a look back at the 2016-17 season and names the B's MVP, biggest surprise, biggest disappointment, and answers other pertinent questions!

Despite the offensive efforts of Mookie Betts and Andrew Benintendi, the Sox' pitching staff got rocked in Boston's 11-7 loss to the Brewers on Tuesday night.  Drew Pomeranz gave up five runs in the first inning and six runs total in four innings in the loss, while the bullpen could not keep it close enough for Boston to make a comeback attempt.

Welcome to the first edition of the Pawtucket Red Sox Week in Review for the first week of May!  Get your game recaps, updates on future Red Sox stars, glances at the standings, and a look at next week's contests every week right here!

The Boston Red Sox offense busted out for six runs off of Ervin Santana, then broke open a one-run game with a ten-run ninth inning in their 17-6 win on Sunday afternoon.  Chris Sale earned his third win of the season in what looked like a great pitching duel of two of the AL's best starters before the two teams put up 23 runs combined.

Chris Sale was nearly unhittable, adding 11 strikeouts to his league-leading total, while his Red Sox teammates actually scored some runs for him in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the O's that saw more fireworks during the game and afterwards.

The Boston Red Sox not only lost a game on Monday night, but they also lost another starting pitcher to an injury.

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