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Joe Danker

Joe Danker

My name is Joe Danker. I'm a lifelong New England sports fan who loves nothing more than writing, talking, laughing, and crying about Boston sports. I grew up outside Boston and have lived and breathed Boston sports since before I can remember being able to think.

I currently work part-time in the Sports department at the Metrowest Daily News where I cover local high school sports. Twelve months ago I started my own Boston sports blog called Title Town on the sportsblog.com network. You may have heard of it (not likely). I moved on to publishing Title Town on the OverTime.news sports network, where I also regularly hosted the popular podcast, Sports Roundup.

And now I'm beyond excited to be a part of the CLNS team!

Boston sports is life.

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A win tonight would give the Red Sox a three-game sweep and end the season series with the Orioles at 9 wins to 10 losses. 

The Boston Red Sox hope to carry the momentum from last night's dominating 11-1 victory over the Oakland A's into tonight's contest, the second game of this three-game set with the Athletics. In first place and 20 games over 500 at 82-62, the Sox enjoy a 3.5 game lead over the second place New York Yankees.

The Boston Red Sox hope to carry the momentum from last night's dominating 11-1 victory over the Oakland A's into tonight's contest, the second game of this three-game set with the Athletics. In first place and 20 games over 500 at 82-62, the Sox enjoy a 3.5 game lead over the second place New York Yankees.

Try to forgive the Boston Red Sox and the Toronto Blue Jays if they look a little tired tonight. After last night's 19 inning marathon, won when Mookie Betts raced home on a Hanley Ramirez clutch single, there have to be at least a few weary souls on either bench. But the Sox get the boost from the win and they will try to carry that momentum into tonight's tilt. 

The Boston Red Sox dropped their third straight game tonight in a sorry 10-4 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays at Fenway Park. The reigning American League Cy Young winner, Rick Porcello, took the loss giving up 10 hits and 7 runs, including 3 home runs. The loss drops the Sox lead in the AL East to 2.5 games as the New York Yankees won today defeating the Orioles 7-4 in Baltimore.

 

In the final regular season matchup by these two long-time rivals, the Boston Red Sox sent their ace to the mound with the hope that he could lead them to a win and a series split. But even the great Chris Sale couldn't hold down the New York Yankee's bats tonight.

The Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees square off tonight in the first of a four-game, weekend series in Yankee Stadium. It will be the 16th time the old rivals take the field against each other this year, with the Yankees having the edge 8 games to 7 over the Sox, so far. The next four games, however, will go a long way towards determining how the American League East plays out down the stretch.

The Red Sox defeated the Yankees 5-1 at sunny Fenway Park to take the three-game series and solidfy their hold on first place in the AL East.

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The dynamic rookies Rafael Devers and Andrew Benintendi continued to swing big bats and hit big knocks tonight for the Boston Red Sox. Benintendi cracked a solo job, his 17th. And Devers blasted his fifth and sixth home runs. But in the end it wouldn't be enough.

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