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MLB - Boston Redsox

MLB - Boston Redsox

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


Sunday, 10 March 2013 19:39

Report: Red Sox shut down Ortiz 5-7 Days

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According to several reports, the Boston Red Sox will shutdown All-Star David Ortiz for five to seven days due to an MRI done on both heels indicated that there is inflammation in the bony area of his right heel. Manager John Farrell told media members that Ortiz will not likely…
Sunday, 10 March 2013 01:22

Led by Wright slam, USA downs Italy 6-2

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Faced with a must-win situation after a disappointing 5-2 loss to Mexico on Friday, the United States team rebounded nicely on Saturday night, defeating Italy by a score of 6-2. After being down early to the surprising Italian squad, a game-winning grand slam by David Wright in the fifth inning…
As a Nation Mourned, America Used the Innocence of October Baseball to Aid Her Healing   The following article is part of CLNS Radio’s ongoing series: America’s 10 Most Meaningful Sporting Events of the Last 40 Years As a nation mourned the loss of thousands of loved ones, there didn’t…
Saturday, 09 March 2013 01:46

USA falls to Mexico in World Baseball Classic opener, 5-2

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After months of hype surrounding the United States' star-studded World Baseball Classic roster, the team got off to a disappointing start on Friday night in Phoenix, falling 5-2 to Mexico in their first game of Pool D play. Led by starter Yovani Gallardo and ex-Red Sox first baseman Adrian Gonzalez,…
Thursday, 07 March 2013 20:40

Three Boston Red Sox predictions for the 2013 season

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Writing a prediction piece was almost an obligatory move for me. Attempting to foretell what the season has in store seems like the ultimate conversation starter. As for the Red Sox, predictions can lie in conjunction with uncertainties. Boston enters the 2013 campaign with more questions than any other team…
Thursday, 07 March 2013 07:33

Baseball's Summer of 1998: Love, The Long Ball, & Lies

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The Summer of '98 was said to have saved baseball at the time. And then ... Baseball Reclaims America Amidst Turbulent Times with the Long Ball ...and Lies The following article is part of CLNS Radio's ongoing series: America's 10 Most Meaningful Sporting Events of the Last 40 Years  …
  Nearly five years to the day he was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the 5th round of the 2008 MLB Draft, Ryan Westmoreland has retired from baseball according to Brian MacPherson of the Providence Journal due to ongoing neurological damage caused by a recent cavernous malformation and…
Monday, 04 March 2013 23:05

Washington Nationals Cut Player During Game

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Spring Training has embarked and with it comes some fresh faces and journeyman players who try to make the big leagues. Cuts are expected throughout Spring Training, but never have I seen what the Washington Nationals did today in all my years of following and watching baseball. Nationals pitcher Will…
Saturday, 02 March 2013 16:07

Red Sox Expectations: Shane Victorino

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[caption id="attachment_57566" align="alignnone" width="620"] Shane Victorino brings plenty of energy and personality to the ballpark. Will he bring some wins as well?[/caption]   Shane Victorino was signed by the Red Sox to a 3 year $39 million contract on December 13th, 2012. The move surprised several Red Sox fans, myself…
Speaking today at the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference in Boston, Los Angeles Dodgers' President & CEO Stan Kasten addressed a variety of topics including last year's trade with the Red Sox, Kyle Lohse, his team's pitching surplus, and the role analytics plays in baseball. On Rubby De La Rosa…
[caption id="attachment_57001" align="aligncenter" width="620"] Carlton Fisk's dramatic extra-innings walk-off homer sent the 1975 World Series to a Game 7 and ushered in the golden age of the World Series on TV.[/caption] 1975 World Series Brings Televised Baseball to Life   The following article is part of CLNS Radio‚Äôs ongoing series:…
Thursday, 28 February 2013 00:36

Middlebrooks leaves with injury as Sox fall to Orioles

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As spring training games get underway, the main goal for any major league team is to avoid injuries that will affect games that actually matter. After seeing the Yankees lose star outfielder Curtis Granderson for the next ten weeks after getting hit with a pitch on the forearm on Sunday,…
Wednesday, 27 February 2013 15:28

Heyman: Red Sox Carp reports to camp in better shape

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With spring training games underway and with several position battles on the team, SI.com baseball writer Jon Heyman tweeted earlier today that new Red Sox player Mike Carp reported to Fort Myers nearly 40 pounds lighter than what he was in 2012. Carp is reportedly at 191 down from 225…
Tuesday, 26 February 2013 23:46

Confidence key for Red Sox Andrew Miller for repeat success

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  Around this time last year, most Red Sox fans were ready big up on left-handed pitcher Andrew Miller due to his sub par 2011 campaign that saw him put together 5.54 ERA in 17 games with Boston and a poor 50/41 strikeouts to walk ratio. Despite that, after being…
Saturday, 23 February 2013 21:21

Could Red Sox acquisition of Mike Carp impact Lyle Overbay?

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It was evident all along that Boston Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington was open to bringing in as much competition this winter to help fill the backup first baseman role. With the acquisition of Mike Carp earlier this week from the Seattle Mariners, it makes the battle for the…
Friday, 22 February 2013 09:19

MLB Notable Arbitration Signings

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MLB Notable Arbitration Signings For the first time since negotiating the right to salary arbitration in 1974, no Major League Baseball player will take a case to a hearing this year. We saw a growing pattern with owners trying to get their arbitration cases with their players done early in…
Friday, 22 February 2013 06:31

Red Sox Expectations: Will Middlebrooks

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  [caption id="attachment_56649" align="alignnone" width="620"] Will Middlebrooks will take a full time position at third base for the Red Sox this season.[/caption]   This season the Boston Red Sox will have a myriad of different faces. There is a new coaching staff. There are new players. There is also going…
Four months after being fired as manager of the Boston Red Sox, Bobby Valentine has reportedly founded a new job but not one you would normally think. According to William Paxton, a sportswriter for the Connecticut Post, Valentine has been named Athletic Director of Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, CT.…
Thursday, 21 February 2013 23:19

CLNS's Red Sox coverage will be in full gear this Weekend

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Spring Training is finally in a full gear and this weekend the Sox will play their first exhibition game of the spring against the Tampa Bay Rays at Jet Blue Park at 1:35 p.m. With that, CLNSRadio will have plenty of live updates from the game on our @CLNSRedSox Twitter…
Wednesday, 20 February 2013 21:14

Source: "Zero chance" Indians trade Michael Brantley

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A source has told CLNS Radio that there is "zero chance" of the Cleveland Indians trading outfielder Michael Brantley before the season begins. Trade rumors have surrounded Brantley and Drew Stubbs in the week since the team signed free agent Michael Bourn to a 4-year, $48 million contract. The Indians…