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 Boston Red Sox (56-66) won their 4th straight contest at Fenway Park and second straight against the AL leading Kansas City Royals (73-48) by a final score of 7-2 on Friday night.
History was made this week, as Milwaukee Brewers' rookie league player, David Denson, came out as gay after being victim of a gay slur.
The Boston Red Sox (50-63) finally enjoyed the benefit of playing a team with a worse record than they have, but still couldn’t win as the Miami Marlins (45-68) scratched and clawed and completed a comeback, winning by a final score of 5-4 in 10 innings on a walk-off single by Justin Bour.
Here is a look at your Red Sox Pregame notes prior to the Tigers-Sox game on Sunday afternoon
Despite a 3-hit game from David Ortiz, the Detroit Tigers (54-56) got the last laugh over the Boston Red Sox (49-62) as Victor Martinez sent the Motor City crowd happy with a 7-6 victory in game two on Saturday evening.
After not trading Mike Napoli at the July 31st non-waiver trade deadline, the Boston Red Sox pulled the trigger on the burly first baseman, sending him to the Texas Rangers with cash for a player to be named later.
After leading for the majority of the game behind Wade Miley, Junichi Tazawa gave up two big runs in the 8th inning on Sunday, as the Tampa Bay Rays (52-54) snip the Boston Red Sox (47-59), 4-3 and salvage the final game of the series.