Jess Thomas is the Red Sox Beat Team Manager and a member of the Boston Celtics beat team for CLNS Radio. Jess is a co-host on CLNS Radio's Red Sox Beat Podcast as well as a contributor to Celtics Postgame Shows.
Jess also currently writes for the Stow/Bolton Independents and The Item.
Jess currently is an archiver/digitizer at the official home of Boston Celtics telecasts, Comcast Sports Net New England.
Previously, Jess was General Manager for Framingham State University's radio station, WJDM 91.3 FM, as well as sports editor for FSU's newspaper, the Gatepost.
Prior to joining CLNS Radio, Jess was an intern at CSNNE as well as WCVB.
Jess is a 2014 graduate of Framingham State University, with a degree in Communication Arts.
You can follow Jess on Twitter @CLNS_JessSayin
There hasn’t been a lot of positive Drew Pomeranz chatter in the recent past. Was he worth the top pitching prospect? Should the Red Sox have given him back to the Padres? Will he ever be healthy? For all these reasons, Pomeranz is my player to watch for in 2017.
With the 2017 season just around the corner, the CLNS Radio Red Sox Beat Team gives their predictions of what to expect from the team, with over/under, an x-factor, a breakout player, three bold predictions and where the team will finish this year.
The regular season is just a few weeks away, and I am here to catch you up on the last few days of spring training. The usual topic... David Price
To catch up on the last report, check out Adam Belue's report here.
With pitchers and catchers reporting to camp on Monday officially, along with several players who are already in Fort Myers earlier than they are required to be, we will be keeping you updated with tidbits of info regarding the goings-on for Red Sox spring training 2017.
The first pitchers and catchers workout is Tuesday and the first full squad workout for the entire team is Friday. Here are some notes from Day 1.
Instead of replacing Mike Hazen with a new general manager, the Boston Red Sox decided to promote Eddie Romero to Senior Vice President/Assistant General Manager.
As the season has come to a close, we at CLNS Radio would like to do a report card for the 2016 Boston Red Sox.
For all players who played enough to qualify to have a grade, I give grades and reasoning for that grade to each member of the offense.
Pitching grades will be posted in a separate article. So let's get to it! Let the grades roll in!
The Boston Red Sox (93-68) fell 4-3 to the Toronto Blue Jays (88-73) after closer Craig Kimbrel gave up a run in the ninth inning of a tie game. Boston now falls 0.5 games behind the Cleveland Indians for the second best record in the American League and Toronto moves back into a tie with the Baltimore Orioles for the first Wild Card spot.
Dustin Pedroia hit his fourth grand slam of his career and second of the season in the seventh inning to propel the Boston Red Sox (91-64) to their 10th straight victory and postseason berth with a 6-4 win over the Tampa Bay Rays (65-89) at the Trop.
The Boston Red Sox (83-64) will look to take the first three games of a four-game series from the New York Yankees (77-70) as David Price (16-8, 3.81 ERA) will duel against Bryan Mitchell (2-1, 2.45 ERA) on Saturday afternoon at Fenway Park.
Edwin Jackson turned back the clock for the San Diego Padres (57-80) and dominated the Boston Red Sox (76-61) for seven scoreless innings, giving the home team a 2-1 victory after David Ortiz flied out to end the game.