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Jess Thomas

Jess Thomas

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 currently is a Celtics Production Assistant at the official home of Boston Celtics telecasts, Comcast Sports Net New England.

Jess also currently writes for the MetroWest Daily News.

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

With Rick Porcello currently touting a 14-2 record and just one win away from 100 in his career, it seems like an appropriate time to delve into the turnaround that the steady 27-year old has had in his second year with the Boston Red Sox.

 

Could it turn into some Cy Young hardware?

 

 

David Price pitched an outstanding eight innings, but Hanley Ramirez threw the game away with a 2-run walkoff error in the ninth to complete the worst loss of the year for the Boston Red Sox (55-45) against the Los Angeles Angels (46-56).  

The Boston Red Sox (55-41) used a strong offensive attack and a good enough pitching outing by Rick Porcello (13-2) to salvage a split of a four-game series against the Minnesota Twins (37-61) with an 8-7 victory at Fenway on Sunday. 

Wednesday, 13 July 2016 03:39

Red Sox Beat Team Midseason Review

A few months after making 2016 Red Sox predictions, our CLNS Radio Red Sox Beat Team is back with our midseason review of the team as we are in the midst of the All-Star break. 

Each writer discusses who the biggest surprise of the first half was, the biggest disappointment, and who the first half MVP is. We also break down who will have the biggest turnaround in the second half, we predict David Ortiz's final home run total and we revisit our bold predictions from before the year began. 

Let's see how we do this time! Enjoy.

It was David Ortiz's final All-Star game of his career, and he and his Red Sox teammates combined to hit 4-for-7 and the American League won its fourth straight All-Star game by a final of 4-2 with strong efforts from the Royals' Eric Hosmer and Salvador Perez. 

Hosmer won MVP of the game in his first appearance in the game.

The Red Sox are sending six players to the All-Star game in San Diego on July 12, the most for Boston since 2011, when they also had six. 

This year, the Sox have a chance for seven as well. 

 

The Boston Red Sox (45-37) hit four home runs and cranked nine doubles to take game one of a three game series over the hot Texas Rangers (52-32) by a final of 12-5 in Boston. 

 

Matt Moore no-hit the Red Sox (42-36) through five innings and threw a shutout in seven innings and David Price struck out 10, but also gave up four runs and Tampa Bay (33-44) took two out of three from Boston at the Trop. 

Following a nice outing from Rick Porcello and a five RBI night from Travis Shaw, the Boston Red Sox (42-35) will look to take two out of three from the Tampa Bay Rays (32-44) at the Trop. David Price (8-4, 4.68 ERA) will square off against Matt Moore (3-5, 5.04 ERA) in a matinee 12:10 p.m. Wednesday afternoon start. 

The Boston Red Sox (41-33) dropped the second game of a three game series, 10-3, to the Texas Rangers (48-27) tonight as Steven Wright couldn't control his knuckleball in the Texas heat and Boston's defense didn't do him any favors at Globe Life Park.