Lars Gjesteby is a member of the Boston Red Sox Beat Team for CLNS Radio.
A native of Stow, MA, he loves playing and watching sports, and closely follows the four major Boston teams (Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, and Bruins).
Lars is currently pursuing a PhD in biomedical engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), where he works to improve hardware and software for medical imaging systems, such as CT and MRI. He earned his Bachelor of Science in biomedical engineering from RPI in 2014.
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Boston entered the official offseason today with four catchers on their 40-man roster and one on the 60-day disabled list.
The Boston Red Sox fell to the Cleveland Indians by one run in Game 1 of the American League Division Series. Rick Porcello took the loss.
The Boston Red Sox (92-65) saw their 11-game winning streak end at the hands of the New York Yankees (81-76) on Tuesday night. David Price surrendered six runs on 12 hits in the loss, and David Ortiz left seven men on base to postpone the clinch party.
On a tragic day for baseball, the Boston Red Sox (91-64) and Tampa Bay Rays (65-89) are mourning a fallen star player before concluding their season series on Sunday afternoon. Here are the starting lineups, pregame notes, and daily links for September 25, 2016.
David Ortiz’ first inning bomb held up as the Boston Red Sox (90-64) eked out a one-run win over the Tampa Bay Rays (65-88) on Friday night.
The Boston Red Sox (84-64) look to sweep their four-game series against the New York Yankees (77-71) tonight on Sunday Night Baseball. Here is a look at the starting lineups, pregame notes, and daily links for September 18, 2016.
The Boston Red Sox (83-64) topped the New York Yankees (77-70) for the second straight night with seven runs on twelve hits.
The Boston Red Sox (79-62) aim to push their lead in the AL East back to two games as they end their road trip against the Toronto Blue Jays (78-63) on Sunday afternoon. Here are the starting lineups, pregame notes, and daily links for September 11, 2016.
The Boston Red Sox (79-61) started the scoring early and absolutely crushed the Toronto Blue Jays (77-63) with 18 hits and 13 runs. Rick Porcello became the first 20-game winner in MLB with another stellar outing.