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
The wheels are officially in motion with the MLB trade deadline just four days away, as outfielder Shane Victorino has been traded to the Los Angeles Angels for infielder Josh Rutledge.
The Boston Red Sox (44-55) finally broke through in a huge way on offense against the Detroit Tigers (48-50) on Sunday Night Baseball, scoring their most runs since July 2 and most hits all season in a 11-1 win to take the series.
Pedro Martinez joined fellow Hall Of Famers Randy Johnson, John Smoltz and Craig Biggio on Sunday afternoon in Cooperstown to make his HOF speech.
In a series the Boston Red Sox (42-51) desperately needed to get back into the race, the team fell flat on their face and was swept away by the Los Angeles Angels (52-40) in a 7-3 loss in the second game of the day-night doubleheader on Monday.
Could you picture Paul Pierce in Lakers' purple? Nah, he can't either.
Former Celtic captain, Paul Pierce, said on Monday to Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe that he could never play for the Los Angeles Lakers, despite growing up a purple-and-gold fan.
In the most epic of fashion, hometown boy Todd Frazier hit a walk-off home run in the bonus round of the 2015 Home Run Derby to beat young star Joc Pederson 15-14.
In perhaps one of the biggest games of the year in terms of division placement, the Sox (41-46) lost their starter and played poor defense in a 5-1 loss to the New York Yankees (47-39) on Friday night.