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MLB - Boston Redsox

MLB - Boston Redsox

The latest breaking news and Boston Red Sox coverage at CLNS Radio.


Even the biggest Boston Red Sox fan has to start feeling bad for the Oakland Athletics pitching staff.
Saturday, 03 September 2016 23:48

Boston Red Sox @ Oakland Athletics 9/3/16 Pregame Notes

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Yoan Moncada makes his first major league start for the Boston Red Sox (75-59) as Rick Porcello (18-3, 3.26) searches for his 19th win against Daniel Mengden (1-5, 5.73) and the Oakland Athletics (57-77).
We learned two things on Friday night in Oakland: the Boston Red Sox would love to face the A’s every single game, and Travis Shaw is not ready to give up his playing time to the top prospect in the majors.
Saturday, 03 September 2016 00:07

Boston Red Sox @ Oakland Athletics Pre Game Notes: 9/2/16

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The Boston Red Sox begin a nine game road trip with the Oakland Athletics. It's a three game set, then they go to San Diego for three games. They finish this road trip with another three game series between the current American League East leaders, the Toronto Blue Jays.
After Wednesday night’s 8-6 victory, the Red Sox announced they would be calling up their top prospect, Yoan Moncada.
It wasn't easy, but Hanley Ramirez blasted a fifth inning grand slam and Aaron Hill gave the Boston Red Sox (74-59) the go-ahead RBI in the eighth to push his team past the Tampa Bay Rays (56-76), 8-6, in the final game of the homestand. 
Coming off a tough 4-3 loss to the Rays on Tuesday night, the Boston Red Sox (73-59) look to take two out of three from the Tampa Bay Rays (56-75) in a matinee 1:35 p.m. start at Fenway in the last game of the six-game homestand. 
The Boston Red Sox (73-59) could not hold off the Tampa Bay Rays (56-75) as Drew Pomeranz and Clay Buchholz both gave up devastating homers.
The Boston Red Sox (73-58) will look to take the second of the three game series as they face off with the Tampa Bay Rays (55-75). The Red Sox got another strong outing from Rick Porcello and the offense exploded for nine runs in game one at Fenway. The Red…
The Boston Red Sox (73-58) got seven strong innings from Rick Porcello as he continued his dominant stretch at home. Porcello is 13-0 at Fenway this season and the offense showed up in game one against collecting nine runs on 14 hits in against the Tampa Bay Rays (55-75).
The Boston Red Sox (72-58) welcome the Tampa Bay Rays (55-74) to Fenway Park for a three-game set.
Monday, 29 August 2016 03:50

Royals Bat Around In Sixth, Bury Red Sox 10-4

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Up by two runs in the sixth, the Boston Red Sox (72-58) imploded as the Kansas City Royals (68-62) tagged Eduardo Rodriguez (2-6, 5.35) and the bullpen for eight runs on their way to a 10-4 victory.  
The Boston Red Sox (72-57) will be without Dustin Pedroia as they try to take the series against the Kansas City Royals (67-62) on Sunday Night Baseball. Here is a look at the starting lineups, pre-game notes, and daily links for August 28, 2016.
The Boston Red Sox (72-57) snapped their three-game losing skid in a big way with an 8-3 win over the defending champion and very hot Kansas City Royals (67-62) led by four more hits by Dustin Pedroia and home runs by Xander Bogaerts, Mookie Betts and Hanley Ramirez. 
The Boston Red Sox (71-57) notched 15 hits, but could only score three runs on a frustrating night at Fenway Park. The Kansas City Royals (67-61) used a five-run first inning to hold on for the victory.
Knuckleballer Steven Wright (13-5, 3.01) returns for his first start since August 5th as the Boston Red Sox (71-56) look to bounce back from a pair of losses and face off against the Kansas City Royals (66-61) with Ian Kennedy (8-9, 3.58) taking the mound.
Drew Pomeranz dazzled as he struck out a career-high 11 batters, but the offense couldn’t provide the run support as Boston lost their second-straight one-run game.
The Boston Red Sox (71-55) will wrap up their series with the Tampa Bay Rays (53-72) in a Thursday matinee before they head home.
The Boston Red Sox have discovered some crazy ways to lose games this season.  Wednesday night was no different.
Wednesday, 24 August 2016 21:17

Boston Red Sox at Tampa Bay Rays Pregame Notes 8/24/16

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Rick Porcello (17-3) will look to become the majors’ first 18-game winner on Wednesday evening at the Trop, as the Boston Red Sox (71-54) attempt to clinch a series win against the last-place Tampa Bay Rays (52-72).  The Red Sox are one of the hottest teams in the league, as…