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MLB - Boston Redsox

MLB - Boston Redsox

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

       

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…
According to multiple sources, the Boston Red Sox have acquired left-handed pitcher Erik Bedard from the Seattle Mariners at the deadline in a three team deal. Minor league catcher Tim Federowicz is said to be part of the package included in the trade going back to the Mariners. There is…
Red Sox ace Jon Lester had us fans a bit worried a couple of weeks ago when he came out of a game he was winning handily in the 5th inning due to a muscle strain in his back. Last night in his second start since coming off of the…
Saturday, 30 July 2011 10:01

Red Sox bats go silent in Chicago

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Once in a while good hitting is going to be slowed down by good pitching. This is the Major Leagues. Pitchers are really good at this level and sometimes they get the better of you. Last night in Chicago, that is exactly what happened to the Boston Red Sox. Gavin…
I know I said yesterday that I was all about baseball right now, but I can't help but mention my excitement in the news that the Patriots have acquired both Chad Ochocinco and Albert Haynesworth. It has nothing to do with the fact that the Red Sox lost yesterday...really! So…
The sports world is definitely abuzz right now with the NFL lockout lifted and the MLB trade deadline approaching and the Boston Red Sox have stormed their way into the conversation with an offensive barrage that rivals any we've seen in a long time. No trades have been made yet…
What a difference a day makes! Monday night the Red Sox could not score more than one run against the perennial doormats, the Kansas City Royals. Last night, it seemed like they scored every inning. Dustin Pedroia only knocked in one of those runs, but he was the spark plug…
Tuesday, 26 July 2011 11:26

A long night at Fenway ends in a Red Sox loss

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Last night was the 100th game of the 2011 season for the Boston Red Sox. It doesn't take Will Hunting to figure out then that there are only 62 games left. I suppose with the run these guys have been on that its not too far out of the realm…
Monday, 25 July 2011 10:59

Red Sox sweep lowly Mariners out to sea

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It was a quick turnaround for the Boston Red Sox and Seattle Mariners as they played Saturday night and went right back at it Sunday afternoon to complete a three game series at the Fens over the weekend. Saturday night saw a scoreless game through the first six innings between…
Saturday, 23 July 2011 08:45

7th inning surge leads Red Sox past Seattle

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Temperatures on the field at Fenway Park were soaring above triple digits last night which seemed fitting as nothing can cool off the Boston Red Sox right now. What seemed to be a pitcher's duel between Seattle ace Felix Hernandez and our own John Lackey turned into a 7-4 win…
Friday, 22 July 2011 12:30

Trade Deadline - What should the Red Sox Do?

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In the next 9 days there is going to be a flurry of discussion, particularly around these parts about the MLB Trade Deadline. For a team that has been in the hunt consistently over the last 8 years, the Boston Red Sox have been in the "buyers" mode as opposed…
It seems the whole country is in a heat wave right now but I don't think anything is hotter than some of the bats of the Boston Red Sox. Several guys on this team are in quite the groove and it seems that a different one is stepping up every…
Wednesday, 20 July 2011 11:22

Sox lose 6-2...to the Orioles??

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Does anybody remember the movie Little Big League? It's about a kid who inherits the Minnesota Twins from his grandfather and decides that he can manage the team better than Dennis Farina. Where I am going with this is that the kid's favorite player is the fictional aging veteran Jerry…