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Nick Quaglia

Nick Quaglia

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!

The Red Sox (45-38) drop a very winnable game tonight as Price settles, but Kimbrel implodes in the 9th allowing the Rangers (53-32) to blow open what was a one run game. 

Tonight the Red Sox (45-37) send out their 31 million dollar man, David Price (8-5, 4.74) to take on the Texas Rangers (52-32) and A.J. Griffin (3-0, 2.93) as they attempt to gain more ground on the AL East leading Baltimore Orioles. 

Tonight, the struggling Boston Red Sox (41-35) look to get back on track as they send Rick Porcello to the mound against the Tampa Bay Rays (32-43) and their ace, Chris Archer. 

With strong performances from their bats as the game grew older, the Red Sox (40-32) pull out a nail biter and avoid the sweep at the hands of the Chicago White Sox (36-37). 

After dropping their third straight to the White Sox (36-36) last night, the Red Sox (39-32) look to avoid the sweep as they send right handed pitcher Rick Porcello (3.76) to the mound against Chicago’s struggling, newly acquired arm, James Shields (6.28).

The Red Sox are starting a young man with little Boston pitching expereince tonight and we will be subject to either a pleasant surprise, or another fifth man disaster. 

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