Nick is a contributer to the CLNS Red Sox beat team. He is a opinion piece writer who also breaks down games as well as previewing them. You can hear him fill in for some of the CLNS Red Sox Beat Podcasts when needed.
Nick also owns and operates his own sports blog called CouchGuySports.com where he and a collection of other writers discuss all of the hottest news in sports from Chicago, Boston and New York.
Previously, he was an intern for WEEI Sports Radio Network's, "The Dale & Holley Show featuring Jerry Thornton". Here, he also was and still is one of the cohosts for WEEI.com's "Teeing Off" golf podcast.
Sports radio has been apart of Nick's life for the past four years as he has cohosted WDJM 91.3 FM Ram Radio's, "The Sports Huddle" as well as "Draft Day".
He is a recent, 2016 graduate from Framingham State University with a degree in Communication Arts.
Nick's a big time Sox fan and passionate for the team. Let's go Sox!
Check him out on Twitter @NickQuag!
Christian Vazquez has been seen as the future starting catcher for the Red Sox for a couple of seasons... Is it now of never?
The 23 year old first baseman will begin his year in Pawtucket, but I am confident that he will be on the major league roster by the end of the 2017 season.
As David Ortiz has ridden off into the sunset, he leaves behind a plethora of questions for the Red Sox 2017 season as they struggle to fill his gaping void.
The Red Sox are trapped with three major league caliber catchers on the roster and must decide who will start, who will sit, and who will watch the highlights after a night of playing ball in Pawtucket.
As a baseball writer, if you do not include Curt Schilling onto your ballot due to a difference in political beliefs, you are not doing your job with that vote.
Having Hanley Ramirez become your designated hitter would be a horrific idea for the long-term success of the slugger’s performance.
The Boston Red Sox quickly find their replacement for the departing Travis Shaw in former Texas Rangers first baseman, Mitch Moreland.
Mookie Betts led his counterpart Mike Trout in almost every important category, but that was not enough to walk away with the MVP award.