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MLB - Boston Redsox

MLB - Boston Redsox

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

       

Sunday, 29 July 2012 02:49

Why the Red Sox should trade Matt Albers

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One of the bright spots this season for the Red Sox has been their bullpen. Manager Bobby Valentine has done an excellent job managing it effectively for the first four months of 2012. Now as the trade deadline approaches on Tuesday, the team is in position to possibly sell of…
Saturday, 28 July 2012 12:45

Dear Red Sox GM Ben Cherington

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Dear Ben Cherington, If there is one message that you need to get out of this letter it’s this: Grow a pair. Seriously Ben, it is time for you to man up and grow a pair. Everybody in Red Sox Nation thinks that you are nothing but a puppet for…
Friday, 27 July 2012 15:32

Sox season getting so bad, even Wally is leaving town.

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According to Fox 25, the Red Sox are currently searching for the costume of their mascot Wally the Green Monster. The costume turned up missing today at Fenway, and according to the reports the thief put on the costume himself and just walked out of the park. If you are…
With the New England Patriots starting training camp yesterday and a buzz still swirling around the NBA with free agency, Summer League and the release of the schedule for next season as well as Olympic fever gripping the nation the Boston Red Sox are on the brink of becoming an…
Tuesday, 24 July 2012 13:08

Red Sox Trade Targets: Going Fishin'

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No. Charlie Moore will not be making a guest appearance anywhere in this column. Sorry to disappoint all those loyal NESN viewers out there. And while this article will deal mostly with the Miami Marlins roster, I’ll do my best to refrain from employing endless fishing clichés. The Red Sox…
Sunday, 22 July 2012 17:05

Blue Jays Give Sox Nightmares

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Jon Lester surrendered 11 earned runs in 4+ innings on Sunday afternoon (the most by a Red Sox starter in almost 30 years), adding the finishing touches to a very discouraging weekend at Fenway Park. The Sox entered the series looking to put some distance between themselves and the last…
Friday, 20 July 2012 15:02

Inspired Red Sox Host Blue Jays for Weekend Series

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  The Toronto Blue Jays visit Fenway for a three game set this weekend, as the Red Sox look to widen the gap between themselves and their former A.L. East basement co-dwellers. The slumping Jays come to town losers of 3 in a row, and without superstar slugger Jose Bautista,…
Kelly Shoppach has been a pleasant surprise for the Boston Red Sox in 2012. He has played a lot against left handed pitchers and has done pretty good when he has been in there. Right now, however, the struggling catcher right now has been Jarrod Saltalamacchia, who has struck out…
Tuesday, 17 July 2012 18:14

Red Sox Notes: Ortiz Injury, Morales to the Bullpen

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The Boston Red Sox are active in the news today, with Franklin Morales to the bullpen and the news of David Ortiz missing a week with his Achilles injury. Let's start with Ortiz. He injured that tendon last night rounding second base on the home run from Adrian Gonzalez. He…
Tuesday, 17 July 2012 13:47

Red Sox: Role Reversal

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This season could not be any different from the previous, and I don’t mean that in a good way. So far it’s been about as fun as Jay Cutler’s rendition of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame”. Luckily for Red Sox fans, the tune can change over the second half…
Monday, 16 July 2012 21:10

The Bakke Report - Welcome Back Carl Crawford

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As I write this, Boston Red Sox left fielder Carl Crawford is on the field at Fenway Park for his first game of the year. Coincidentally, this return happens to be occurring on the same evening that fan favorite and recently traded third baseman Kevin Youkilis also returns for his…
Starting tonight the Red Sox will host the Chicago White Sox for a four game set at Fenway Park. This marks the first series against Chicago since the trade that sent longtime Red Sox third basemen Kevin Youkilis to the White Sox. The Red Sox have publicized the event, in…
Sunday, 15 July 2012 22:02

Red Sox Take Two Out of Three From Rival Rays

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There has been a lot of dissension when it comes to the Boston Red Sox recently. Bobby Valentine has been heavily criticized for how he has allowed himself to be a puppet and not truly put his own stamp on this team. He even received criticism for comments about comments…
Saturday, 14 July 2012 22:43

Red Sox Circus Season Creates Fan Resentment

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I started watching the Red Sox before the 2008 season. Yes, this is an era I am lucky to be in, with the Boston sports teams winning. But when they won in 2004 I was 8 and in 2007 I was not really paying attention. I became a fan in…
Follow Mike Macchi on Twitter at @CLNS_Mike Coming off of their 2nd World Series Championship in four years, the Boston Red Sox organization had to be feeling good about itself after the recent success. A franchise that had to wait for 86 years to capture a World Championship in 2004,…
Remember this picture? Yeah, me too. On a completely fluke play at second base during the Red Sox home opener, Jacoby Ellsbury dislocated his shoulder when Tampa Bay Rays second baseman Reid Brignac fell on top of Ells while attempting to turn a double play. Ellsbury has not played a…
Wednesday, 11 July 2012 20:45

Red Sox end first half by dropping 3 of 4 to Yankees

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Is anyone surprised about the result from this series? I am. I expected a four game sweep, so I guess losing just three is fine. You know what's not fine? Josh Beckett and Jon Lester being 12-22 in games they have pitched at the all star break. Of course, two…
Tuesday, 10 July 2012 23:25

Are the Red Sox ready to deal OF Ryan Sweeney?

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With both Jacoby Ellsbury and Carl Crawford expected back within the next week to 10 days, the Red Sox will have a surplus amount of outfielders on the current roster meaning one or more may have to go. On Tuesday, it was reported that Ryan Sweeney could be the first…
Thursday, 05 July 2012 19:01

Sox frigid offense stays cold in Oakland

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  The Red Sox return to Fenway to play the Yankees on Friday, and they've got to be glad to get away from the west coast. After getting swept by the A's (6-1, 3-2, and 3-2 again), Boston finds themselves back in a last place tie with the Blue Jays…
Wednesday, 04 July 2012 02:08

How the Red Sox should handle Dice-K going forward

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Monday's start for Daisuke Matsuzaka against the Oakland Athletics was a clear sign that he wasn't physically ready to continue pitching for the Red Sox. He lasted only one inning allowing five runs including two home runs. On Tuesday, the team placed him on the DL with a neck injury…