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MLB - Boston Redsox

MLB - Boston Redsox

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

       

Even before Adrian Gonzalez was traded to Boston, the talk had been that he swing was made for Fenway; that he would be a 40 home run guy easily and that he would pound that wall in left. Gonzalez has had an MVP-type season already, leading the Majors with his…
There has been a lot of talk, and rightly so, about the Red Sox and the Texas Rangers meeting up in the playoffs this year. The talk has also centered around the fact that the Sox haven't beaten the Rangers this year and have in fact struggled and looked bad…
Going into Friday night's game with the Kansas City Royals, I have to admit my confidence was waning a bit. Granted the Red Sox did beat the Royals to get off of the schneid a little bit, but they did only win 4-3. Then I remembered that Tito Francona was…
Monday, 22 August 2011 09:21

Injuries Won't Derail This Red Sox Team

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First off, some business to take care of. CLNS Radio is up for CBS Boston's Best Local Amateur Sports Website. All you have to do is click HERE and click the vote symbol. You can vote once a day on a computer/laptop, so keep voting! My new show, Crunchtime with…
Ever since Dustin Pedroia got the "all clear" from his doctor a few months back that his ailing knee did not show any structural damage he has been absolutely otherworldly at bat and I think more importantly in the field. He missed significant time last season with his foot injury…
Thursday, 18 August 2011 12:48

David Price shuts down and shuts out the Red Sox

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I mentioned in yesterday's blog about David Price giving this Red Sox lineup fits. I hate when I'm right because boy did he ever give me fits watching the Gameday app on my computer. The Red Sox formidable lineup, which includes at least 3 MVP candidates, could muster no more…
Wednesday, 17 August 2011 12:58

Short homestand starts with a split for the Red Sox

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Yesterday afternoon at Fenway, the Red Sox started a very quick, 3 games-in-2-days homestand with the Tampa Bay Rays. The afternoon game was a make up from a earlier rain out. The Red Sox will finish with the Rays this afternoon, and then head out for an 8 game road…
Boy, was it a frustrating weekend to be a Red Sox fan! We go into the weekend with a one game lead on the Yankees and they lose to the Tampa Bay Rays Friday night. They do redeem themselves by pounding the Rays on Saturday, but Sunday's game gets rained…
If you are a professional baseball player, it's quite obvious that you want to play for a winner. Everyone in the majors wants their legacy to include a World Series championship. But there are players who sign long term deals to play for teams like Kansas City, Seattle, Pittsburgh, Houston,…
Thursday, 11 August 2011 10:57

Red Sox can't come back in 5-2 loss to Twins

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Nick Blackburn is now in very elite company. He is one of the few pitchers that has shut down the Red Sox massive offensive attack this season. Aside from the home run he gave up to David Ortiz, there were very few blemishes in the 6 2/3 innings that Blackburn…
Wednesday, 10 August 2011 12:35

Red Sox sneak by the Twins, 4-3

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Erik Bedard started his 2nd game for the Red Sox last night against the Minnesota Twins. His pitch count was stretched out a bit more and after he and home plate umpire Tim McClelland got through a shaky 1st inning, Bedard pitched very well. He struck out 6 in his…
Tim Wakefield is going to get his 200th career win. It's not a matter of "if" anymore, but a matter of when. He may be 50 when he gets it at this point however. He has persevered through bad teams, spells in the bullpen and even a stint as the…
Monday, 08 August 2011 10:37

Red Sox clinch season series with Yankees

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The Boston Red Sox came out of a weekend series with their heated rivals, the New York Yankees smelling like roses as they took two of three from the Bombers to again sit atop the American League East. It came down to a 10th inning walk-off hit, but that seems…
Questions arose about how Erik Bedard could help the Boston Red Sox down the stretch as they aim towards the playoffs and a third World Series appearance since 2004. Some of those questions began to be answered last night as Bedard toed the rubber for his first appearance in a…
There is nothing new about this headline; Jacoby Ellsbury & Dustin Pedroia have been the hottest hitters in the league for the past month. Both players hit 8 HRs, drove in 22 RBIs, and had an OPS in the 1.100s. For those of you who don't know OPS too well,…
Thursday, 04 August 2011 09:11

Ellsbury is clutch in Red Sox 2nd walk-off in a row

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The night started out about a 45-year-old knuckleballer seeking his 200th career win. There are no active pitchers in the major leagues with as many wins as Tim Wakefield. As with any milestone such as this, we as fans want to see him do it at home. Wakefield's knuckler was…
Wednesday, 03 August 2011 19:50

A-Rod goes all in, MLB Calls.

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According to ESPNNewYork's Wallace Matthews, MLB officials are investigating Alex Rodriguez's participation in a high stakes poker game in Beverly Hills. It seems A-Rod has been asked before not to participate in these underground poker games, but it seems he hasn't obeyed. Bud Selig seems to have had enough of…
Josh Beckett is having a resurgent season and by all accounts is back to where he was, or very close to where we was in 2007 when he dominated this league and helped lead the Red Sox to a World Series title. After last night's performance his ERA is at…
Tuesday, 02 August 2011 11:04

Lackey struggles in loss to Indians

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People are jumping off of the Red Sox bandwagon as we speak for fear that their pitching staff is falling apart at the seams. I'll admit, it's a scary time right now with the Yankees nipping at our tails, our #3 starter out for the season with a stress fracture…
Monday, 01 August 2011 08:51

Buchholz likely out for the season

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According to Sean McAdam of CSNNE: Clay Buchholz, who's been out six weeks, is suffering from a stress fracture in his lower back, according to a person with knowledge of the situation. It's unlikely that Buchholz will pitch again this season, though a return in the postseason has not entirely…