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Mitch Moreland slams his third home run in as many games as the Red Sox fight their way past the Minnesota Twins en route to their 4-1 victory. 

On Monday, it was announced that Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs and former Bruins player Mark Recchi will be elected into the Hockey Hall of Fame. 

The Minnesota Twins (39-34) are in town for a four-game set against the Boston Red Sox (41-34) that begins on Monday night. 

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Sunday, 25 June 2017 23:11

Harvick Wins at Sonoma

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Kevin Harvick picks up his first road course victory in wine country.

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Doug Fister tossed a quality start, pitching into the seventh inning in his Red Sox debut, but his offense failed to support him in a 4-2 loss on Sunday afternoon.  Angels' pitching allowed just two solo homers to earn a series win over the Sox, who scored just five runs combined in their last two games.

Doug Fister will make his Red Sox debut as Boston looks to take the third game of this three-game series. 

 

ESPN NBA Insider Jeff Goodman Joins Celtics Beat to Discuss Why Josh Jackson & Markelle Fultz are not in Boston

 

JC Ramirez dominated the Red Sox over six innings and John Farrell was ejected in a 6-3 Angels win that saw a good comeback attempt by Boston fall short. 

Tonight, the Sox look to extend their lead in the standings as they take on the Los Angeles Angels (of Anaheim). They’ll send David Price to the hill against JC Ramirez. Price is looking to bounce back and start to find his command after a string of starts with uncharacteristic wildness. He hasn’t been happy with his performance so far this year as he’s pitched to a 5.14 ERA since returning from the DL. Ramirez also has been quite mediocre and has been tailing off in June. He’s never faced the Red Sox, which actually probably bodes well for him. I never feel like the Sox can figure out a pitcher in their first look at him.

Tonight’s lineup for Boston will look like this. Mookie Betts leads it off and plays right field. He’ll be followed by second baseman Dustin Pedroia, who returned last night after almost a week off with an injury. In the three hole, the Sox will trot out shortstop Xander Bogaerts. Bogey may have his power stroke going now and that’s exciting to see. Batting cleanup is first baseman Mitch Moreland. Hitting fifth is Andrew Benintendi, who has really turned it on in June. Since the 3rd, Benny Biceps is hitting .317 and has slugged five homers. He’s also been stellar in the field as he has four outfield assists since June 12th, most of any player in the majors. Vote him into the All Star Game! Seriously, do it now! In the sixth spot, the Sox will go with Hanley Ramirez, who stroked a home run last night in honor of his good friend and mentor, David Ortiz. Batting seventh is the centerfielder JBJ. Bradley is hitting .328 with a 1.021 OPS since May 23rd so everyone calling for his head looks pretty foolish right now. Batting eighth and getting the start behind the plate is Christian Vazquez. Hopefully he and Price have figured out their issues since the last outing and will be on the same page. Last but not least, we’ll have Deven Marrero batting ninth and manning the hot corner tonight.

The Angels lineup will be missing Mike Trout as he has been out for a while now with an injury sustained while sliding into second. They are a light-hitting lineup regardless and with Trout out, they really lack the pop. They’ll come out like this. Cameron Maybin will play centerfield and leadoff. He actually hasn’t been too bad this year when healthy, judging by his production for my fantasy team. Batting second and playing right field is Cole Kalhoun. Hitting third and DHing is The Machine himself, Albert Pujols. Pujols is having a rather good year and staying healthy, which is awesome for baseball. In the cleanup spot is the slick fielding shortstop Andrelton Simmons. Simmons is a wizard on defense, but if he’s batting fourth for you, your lineup has some issues. Hitting fifth is the catcher, Martin Maldonado. In the sixth slot is the man with the thickest facial hair in baseball, the second baseman, Danny Espinosa. Behind Espinosa in the seventh slot is the first baseman, Luis Valbuena. Hitting eighth is the left fielder, Eric Young Jr. In the nine hole it’ll be the third baseman, Cliff Pennington.

The Sox will look to improve upon their 41-32 record while the Angels will hope to get back to .500 and prevent falling father behind in the AL West. First pitch is scheduled for 7:15 p.m. Check back here for the postgame recap after the game.

 

Friday, 23 June 2017 22:50

Celtics Beat w/ Jeff Goodman 6/25/17

215: Jeff Goodman | Jayson Tatum & 2017 NBA Draft Recap

 

The Red Sox used strong offense behind homers from Sandy Leon (4 RBI) and Hanley Ramirez to beat the Angels 9-4 on David Ortiz's number retirement night. 

The Red Sox face off against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. This all happens while David Ortiz' number gets retired before the game!

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Tonight, in a pregame ceremony at Fenway Park, the Boston Red Sox will officially retire David Ortiz’s #34 on the right field façade. That sentence right there really blows my mind and makes me sad. I was hoping for an Ortiz comeback and as the time ticks away to tonight’s festivities, the hope dwindles down.

David Ortiz meant everything to me as a sports fan, a baseball fan and a Red Sox fan. I grew up with him as a member of the Red Sox for most of my life. I’m only 23 years old, so I’ve experienced a lot of greatness in Boston, but Ortiz ranks right up there with Tom Brady as the best of the best. When I first really started paying attention to baseball on a day-to-day basis, it was 2003 and it was Big Papi’s first year in Boston. Little did I know what he would become and how much joy he would bring me for another decade and a half basically. 

He meant a lot to so many people and he definitely has a love affair with not just the city of Boston, but the New England region, both on and off of the field. In my opinion, he’s the greatest player to ever wear the uniform and it’s not really that close. There have been many other greats and some would argue that Ted Williams was the best, but Ortiz is the guy.

I don’t need to go over Ortiz’s resume of accomplishments because everyone knows them by now. He carried us to three World Series titles, hit what seemed like a million home runs and came up in the clutch time and time again. He also stood up for Boston and the people in it when we needed him most. Whether it was in 2013 after the marathon bombings or any time he went out and volunteered in the community, he was always a stand up guy with a giant smile on his face. 

It stinks that he won’t be an active player anymore, but that doesn’t mean he won’t be a member of the Red Sox. It will be weird to come to grips with the fact that he’s no longer going to be mashing for the Sox because that is all I know. But I can’t wait to see what he has in store for us in the future. He’ll always be a curse breaker, a home run watcher, a family man and a lovable character. But most of all he’ll be someone that gave so many great memories to so many people. So thanks Big Papi, and I can’t wait to write another one of these when you get enshrined in Cooperstown.

By the way, tune in early tonight because you don’t want to miss the ceremony.

Certainly a draft like we've never seen before and may not again. Between 16 freshman in the first round and the trade of a superstar in Jimmy Butler, the draft delivered predictability at the top and unpredictabilty throughout.

Friday, 23 June 2017 17:13

Jimmy Butler Traded to Minnesota Timberwolves

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In this Game Theory episode, Chris Stone and Sam Vecenie chat about the 2017 NBA Draft about 20 minutes after it ended. First, they break down the Jimmy Butler trade, and how ridiculous it was that the Bulls decided to make this move.  Then, they answer who had their favorite drafts, and go into a pick-by-pick breakdown of many of the picks in the draft, all the way down to the second round.  You can follow Chris at @cstonehoops and you can follow Sam at @Sam_Vecenie. Please remember to rate, review and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes! Thanks for listening!

Friday, 23 June 2017 17:09

Celtics View Jayson Tatum as a Future NBA Star

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In this Roundtable podcast, Evan Valenti, Matt Ignal, Sam Sheehan, amd Lucky's pipe review the draft and the Jayson Tatum selection. 1:00 Instant reactions to Jayson Tatum pick 3:15 Can Jayson Tatum become an efficient scorer? 5:45 Will Tatum overcome his weaknesses? 8:45 Did Celtics try to trade back? 12:45 How is Tatum's defense? 15:40 Celtics 2nd round picks 17:30 Celtics in serious cap trouble Follow us on Twitter: @CLNSRoundtable and subscribe to the Boston Celtics Newsfeed
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