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Lars Gjesteby

Lars Gjesteby

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.

You can follow Lars on Twitter @LahzG

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The Boston Red Sox (72-77) host the Tampa Bay Rays (72-78) tonight in game two of a 4-game set at Fenway Park. Here is a look at the starting lineups and pregame notes for September 22, 2015.

The Boston Red Sox (69-77) were limited to one run by Marcus Stroman while the Toronto Blue Jays (85-62) tagged Rick Porcello for six, and the home team prevailed 6-1 on Friday night at the Rogers Centre.

The Boston Red Sox (69-76) open up a three-game weekend series tonight against the Toronto Blue Jays (84-62) at the Rogers Centre. Here is a look at the starting lineups and pregame notes for September 18, 2015.

After early struggles, a strong adjustment by Wade Miley allowed the Boston Red Sox (66-74) offense to take a late lead in this game. Unfortunately, the bullpen had another meltdown as the Tampa Bay Rays (69-71) scored 5 runs in the eighth inning and powered to an 8-4 victory on Friday night at Tropicana Field.    

Fantasy baseball playoffs are rapidly approaching, and the Fantasy Baseball Gurus of the CLNS Radio Red Sox Beat Team have you covered with a flurry of add options to boost your team for the postseason. Our panel consists of Red Sox beat writers Jess Thomas, Adam Belue, Lauren Campbell, and Lars Gjesteby. Based on recent performances, season-long trends, and intriguing September call-ups, each columnist has recommended 2 pitchers and 2 position players to add that could be the difference in your playoff matchups. 

A spectacular outing by Rick Porcello was not enough as the Boston Red Sox (61-71) came up short against the New York Yankees (73-58) on Tuesday at Fenway Park. A costly error by Travis Shaw and strong pitching from Michael Pineda doomed the Sox as late rallies fizzled.  

With a win last night, the Boston Red Sox concluded August at 15-12. That winning percentage of .556 is their best in any month since September 2013. The Sox look to continue their winning ways in game two tonight against the New York Yankees at Fenway Park. Here is a look at the starting lineups and pregame notes for September 1, 2015.

The Boston Red Sox (59-69) battled back from a 2-0 deficit and exploded for three runs in the tenth inning to grind out a 6-4 win over the New York Mets (71-57) on Friday night. Late pitching struggles nearly cost Boston the game, but they held on to earn their first win at Citi Field.

The Boston Red Sox (58-69) and New York Mets (71-56) will square off for the first time in six years on Friday night. This also marks the first trip for the Sox to Citi Field in Queens, NY. Here is a look at the starting lineups and pregame notes for August 28, 2015.

The Fantasy Baseball Gurus of the CLNS Radio Red Sox Beat Team have you covered with late season add/drop advice for this week of August 23, 2015 to continue your push for the playoffs. Our panel consists of Red Sox beat writers Jess Thomas, Adam Belue, Lauren Campbell, and Lars Gjesteby. Based on recent performances and season-long trends, each columnist has chosen a player to add to give your team a boost, as well as a player who is performing poorly and ought to be dropped. 

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