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MLB - Boston Redsox

MLB - Boston Redsox

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

       

Wednesday, 30 January 2013 16:38

Wilson: Red Sox sign J.D. Durbin to MILB Deal

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With pitchers and catchers reporting to spring training in about two weeks, the Boston Red Sox recently added more depth for the Pawtucket Red Sox by signing former Minnesota Twins and Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher J.D. Durbin according to Burt Wilson of LancasterOnline.com (Story Credit: http://lancasteronline.com/article/local/808652_Barnstormers--Durbin-gets-a-deal-with-Red-Sox.html). Durbin 30, was originally drafted…
Tuesday, 29 January 2013 23:22

Why it's critical for Red Sox to add another depth starter

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[caption id="attachment_54576" align="aligncenter" width="620"] Dallas Braden would be an ideal pitcher for Red Sox to target despite his injury history. Braden is a proven pitcher and get a ton of groundouts[/caption] The most inconsistent aspect the 2012 Boston Red Sox that came back to bite them was the lack of…
Tuesday, 29 January 2013 21:41

Red Sox' Bullpen Coach Gary Tuck Retires

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In a bit of a surprise revelation, Red Sox bullpen coach and catching instructor Gary Tuck has decided to retire from coaching, meaning he will not be part of the team's coaching staff in 2013. Rob Bradford of WEEI.com was the first to report that Tuck would not return, and…
Monday, 28 January 2013 22:17

Lean On Me: 2013 Boston Red Sox Pitching

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  Editor's Note: CLNS Radio would like to welcome it's newest contributor, Red Sox beat writer Dan O'Mara. As a fan it’s always fun to make preseason projections. However, one projection that’s particularly tough to forecast is pitching. We’ve seen how fickle pitchers, especially relievers, can be year in and…
Saturday, 26 January 2013 15:11

Five 2013 Breakout National League Players

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Five 2013 Breakout National League Players Throughout the 2012 season we saw many shocking things which included perfect games a triple crown and the emergence of many young players. One in particular that stuck out was Mike Trout of the Angels. He was called up in May and still played…
Friday, 25 January 2013 20:24

Red Sox Outfielder Ryan Kalish Injured Shoulder

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Ryan Kalish showed some promise not too long ago for the Red Sox. He looked, to some people a lot like Trot Nixon. He gave up his body in several situations in order to make plays and that caught up to him last year when he injured his neck. He…
Thursday, 24 January 2013 18:39

Red Sox Roster: The Closer

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[caption id="attachment_53937" align="alignnone" width="620"] Joel Hanrahan has an opportunity to 'Hammer' down a major role on the Red Sox roster.[/caption]   Last season, Joel Hanrahan was a key component to the Pittsburgh Pirates bullpen. He came into ballgame after ballgame and faced stiff competition as the Pirates closer. However, Pirates…
Tuesday, 22 January 2013 21:50

Making sense of why Red Sox DFA'd Chris Carpenter

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When the Boston Red Sox officially signed catcher/first baseman Mike Napoli to a one year deal on Tuesday, they had to cut someone from the 40 man roster and the victim this time around was right handed pitcher Chris Carpenter. Carpenter, who came over as compensation last February in the…
Tuesday, 22 January 2013 11:51

Chicago Cubs Convention Part 1: Minor League Panel

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NL Correspondent Rob Willer provides recap of the annual Cubs Convention As I made my way to Chicago on Saturday morning, I had no idea what to expect as I was entering the Cubs Convention or “Cubs Heaven” as most folks call it. In my life, there have been many…
Monday, 21 January 2013 22:48

In Light of Recent Losses, Hall Voters Got It Right

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The collective heart of the baseball world has been heavy in recent days, following the losses of all-time greats Earl Weaver and Stan Musial on Saturday. Weaver, 82, and Musial, 92, are both enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame, and made undeniable impacts on America's pastime throughout their lengthy…
Monday, 21 January 2013 21:36

McDonald: Red Sox officially sign Mike Napoli

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Just minutes before the puck drop between the Winnipeg Jets and Boston Bruins, Joe McDonald, who was covering the Bruins game for ESPNBoston.com, tweeted that Mike Napoli and the Boston Red Sox officially agreed to a one year deal citing league sources he talked with. McDonald also said that the…
Since it's inception in 2006, the Jimmy Fund's New Stars for Young Stars event has brought young fans and young Sox stars together, raising over $200,000 in the process. The 2013 version included four players who made appearances for the 2012 Red Sox, one 2004 World Series Champion, and five…
With nine arbitration-eligible players as of today's deadline to submit figures or settle on a contract, the Red Sox will be busy in terms of arbitration. Stay here for updates on these eligible players: RHP Alfredo Aceves - SIGNED: 1-year, $2.65 million with incentives RHP Andrew Bailey - SIGNED: 1-year,…
Friday, 18 January 2013 09:17

Ranking Major League Baseball's National League 2013

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Editor's Note: CLNS Radio would like to welcome its newest contributor, MLB NL Correspondent Rob Willer. CLNS Radio Ranks the MLB's National League The baseball season is filled with twists and turns just like life itself and 2012 was no different in many aspects. We saw the National League West…
Friday, 18 January 2013 02:55

Why Juan Nieves could thrive as Red Sox Pitching Coach

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Going through three different pitching coaches in the past two seasons isn’t a very ideal situation for any major league club but the Boston Red Sox might have finally found the right fit for their next pitching coach in former Chicago White Sox bullpen coach Juan Nieves. Nieves, who worked…
In preparation for the third World Baseball Classic that will run from March 2 to March 19, the sixteen competing teams released provisional rosters on Thursday. While the provisional rosters are not final, they provide fans with most of the 28-man rosters that will be released on February 20th. Four…
Wednesday, 16 January 2013 11:45

Former Red Sox Cook, Padilla Find New Homes

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Two members of the 2012 Red Sox' pitching staff have signed elsewhere today, as starter Aaron Cook agreed on a minor league deal with the Philadelphia Phillies and reliever Vicente Padilla signed in Japan with the SoftBank Hawks. While the Red Sox had minimal interest in retaining Padilla before the…
Awakening for one night from winter hibernation, Fenway Park played host to a roundtable event Friday, as part of the annual the Hot Stove, Cool Music charity series in Boston. The panel was moderated by Hall of Fame writer Peter Gammons, and included Red Sox manager John Farrell, general manager…
Wednesday, 09 January 2013 01:23

Examining what Mark Hamilton brings to the Pawsox

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One of the biggest needs for the Pawtucket Red Sox going into the 2013 season, was adding depth to the first base position that was in dire need of and on Friday former St. Louis Cardinals minor league first baseman Mark Hamilton was signed to a minor league contract. Hamilton,…
Saturday, 05 January 2013 17:51

Source: Nationals Agree to Sign LHP Sean West

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A source has confirmed to CLNSRadio.com that the Washington Nationals have agreed to sign LHP Sean West to a minor league deal. While the contract is not yet signed, the sides have agreed to terms on the deal. West was in contact with many teams this offseason, but the Nationals…