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MLB - Boston Redsox

MLB - Boston Redsox

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

       

Sunday, 04 March 2012 19:30

This Week in Red Sox Spring Training

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We are a week into full squad workouts down at Fenway South and even a couple of exhibition games into Spring Training now for the Boston Red Sox. It's still very early to start to talk about the players that will break camp with the Sox in the positions that…
An announcement on Friday came down from the MLBPA and MLB according to Barry M. Bloom of MLB.com with regard to the expansion of its playoff format. It had been a discussion since the beginning of last season and after the final day of the 2011 season where both the…
Follow me on twitter @anthonypino11 According to ESPN Boston Carl Crawford has been temporarily shut down because of inflammation in his surgically repaired wrist that flared up after an bunting practice session. From ESPN: "He probably overdid it a little bit," said Valentine, adding that he preferred Crawford to take…
Monday, 27 February 2012 19:13

Report: Jason Varitek to retire on Thursday

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With Jarrod Saltamacchia returning as the starting catcher this season and Ryan Lavarnway waiting in the wings, it seemed as though there was not a spot for the old workhorse Jason Varitek on the roster of the 2012 Boston Red Sox. His fate was definitely sealed when it was announced…
Sunday, 26 February 2012 00:04

Red Sox Ban Booze In Clubhouse

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As should be expected after last seasons disaster with the pitching staff reportedly drinking alcohol on their off days in the teams locker room; (which many blame as a major factor in the teams late season collapse) the Red Sox organization has decided to ban all alcohol from their locker…
Wednesday, 22 February 2012 21:08

Red Sox Spring Training Preview: Part 3

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We are a little less than 24 hours before all position players are expected to report that they are in fact in Fort Myers and it appears as if all hands are on deck for the Boston Red Sox. Friday will be filled with physical exams and Saturday will be…
Wednesday, 22 February 2012 09:51

Red Sox finally compensated for Theo Epstein

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  Well, it only took 4 months, but the Boston Red Sox have finally received compensation for allowing former General Manager Theo Epstein leave the organization to take a promotion with the Chicago Cubs. In my opinion, this should have been wrapped up before Theo was even allowed to walk…
Wednesday, 22 February 2012 08:06

2012 National League Preview

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Here is the second half of CLNS Radio's MLB Preview with the National League 2012 Season Preview: NL East Philadelphia Phillies Who's In: RHP Jonathan Papelbon RHP Chad Qualls, LHP Dontrelle Willis, 1B Jim Thome, INF Ty Wigginton, OF Laynce Nix, OF Juan Pierre, OF Scott Podsednik, RHP Joel Pineiro,…
Sunday, 19 February 2012 23:45

2012 American League Preview

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This week we will preview the upcoming MLB season and what fans should watch for in each division. Today, the American League with the National League preview coming later in the week.   AL East New York Yankees Who's In: RHP Michael Pineda, RHP Hiroki Kuroda, OF Bill Hall, 1b…
Sunday, 19 February 2012 20:07

Red Sox Spring Training Preview: Part 2

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This is the first Spring Training in a long time that hasn't had Tim Wakefield as a part of it. Reality is really setting in now two days after Wake officially announced his retirement and with pitchers and catchers reporting to camp today. Another missing piece that has been a…
Saturday, 18 February 2012 18:02

Hopes Spring (Training) eternal for the Red Sox

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For a fan of all Boston sports like me, it's been a tough couple of weeks. I've been in mourning after the Patriots lost in the Super Bowl and leaning on the Celtics and Bruins to make me forget hasn't been working so well. I am looking for an outlet…
Saturday, 18 February 2012 08:00

Jose Iglesias -Is He Ready For The Bigs?

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Jose Iglesias has long been touted as the future shortstop of the Boston Red Sox. His uncanny ability defensively has drawn comparisons to Alex Gonzalez (one of if not the best defensive shortstop in Red Sox history) but it has long been accepted that his presence at the plate was…
Friday, 17 February 2012 16:52

The Inspirational Story of Ryan Westmoreland

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Just over two years ago, a young Red Sox out of Rhode Island by the name of Ryan Westmoreland seemed to be on the fast track to the majors as an outfielder. Westmoreland was one of the Sox highest ranked prospects in a very deep farm system at the time,…
Friday, 17 February 2012 13:32

On Tim Wakefield's retirement and his legacy with the Red Sox

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The Red Sox longest tenured pitcher is set to announce his retirement today after a 186-168 record with the Red Sox at the age of 45. Tim Wakefield has long been remembered as having one of the deadliest knuckleballs the game has ever seen, and after earning his 200th career…
Monday, 13 February 2012 21:20

Four Red Sox Named to Top Prospects List

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The list of Baseballs Top 101 Prospects was released today by Baseball Prospectus and included on that list were three of the Red Sox finest prospects. Topping the list were the Rays Matt Moore and Nationals superstar Bryce Harper. Also featured on the list are two prospects that Sox fans…
Thursday, 09 February 2012 15:41

Documentarians to celebrate 100 years of Fenway Park

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  April 20, 1912, just a week after the sinking of the unsinkable Titanic, a park built specifically for the purpose of housing a baseball team opened for business. It would be the home of the Boston Red Sox. At the time, the Red Sox were the premier organization in…
With all the Celtics talk lately as the NBA season is now underway and the Patriots making their playoff push while the Bruins continue to play otherworldly hockey, the Boston Red Sox have been unusually quiet in their Hot Stove Season. There are still some needs that this team has…
With the lift of the lockout in the NBA, it seems like the Red Sox offseason has almost been an afterthought. Maybe its just me...I mean they did still have the worst collapse in history; they did "part ways" with their old manager; they allowed their GM to take a…
All has been quiet on the Western Front recently with our Old Towne Team. It seems with the NBA lockout finally over, basketball news has taken over for the hot stove talk that had become prevalent on the airwaves and in print and digital formats everywhere. The Winter Meetings have…
Thursday, 01 December 2011 21:59

Welcome to Boston, Bobby Valentine

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I'm not going to do what every other media outlet has done and call the hiring of the newest manager of the Boston Red Sox "Valentine's Day". That's just too cheesy for my liking. I am however, going to echo Mr. Valentine's statements during his introductory speech at Fenway Park…