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!
As the season winds down, there is one player whose performance is vital to the Red Sox making a trip to the post season.
Dave Dombrowski was a busy man in the weeks leading to the MLB trade deadline, but he made one move which was much more crucial than all of the others.
Tonight, Red Sox left handed ace, David Price (9-7, 4.26 ERA) is set to face off with the Mariners' Wade LeBlanc (1-0 4.26 ERA) in a battle of the Southpaws as the Red Sox look to gain another game on the AL East leading Orioles.
The Red Sox drop a high scoring affair to the Detroit Tigers, 9-8 as the reliable Steven Wright gives up four runs in just the first two innings.
Tonight, the Red Sox (55-42) and knuckleballer, Steven Wright, are set for a Fenway faceoff as the Detroit Tigers (52-48) attempt to win the series by pulling out a win in game two with the help of starting arm, Mike Pelfrey.
With the Red Sox holding two immensely powerful trade chips, would it be a smart move to trade two potential future All-Stars for a current Cy Young contender?
Tonight the Boston Red Sox are set to send out their newly acquire arm, Drew Pomeranz (2.47, 8-7), in an interleague game matchup against the San Francisco Giants and Matt Cain (5.34, 1-5).
John Farrell has been under intense criticism after two incredibly poor perfromances during the 2014 and 2015 season, but now the Red Sox are just two games out of first place and at one point this season were the best team in baseball.
The Red Sox desperatley need another strong arm in the rotation, and Jackie Bradley Junior may be the best available trade piece to make that happen.