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Nick Tasso

Nick Tasso

Living in the New England region, it's hard to not fall in love with sports. From a very young age, the excitement and joy that came playing and watching sports was amazing. My passion for sports continues to grow everyday. You can find me here, covering both the Boston Red Sox and Boston Celtics. As for outside just New England content, I contribute articles at RotoViz, FantasyPros, and DailyFantasyCafe. If you can handle it, I call myself theinefficient2 on Twitter.

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Mookie Betts and Craig Kimbrel Shine Yesterday. Now it's Rick Porcello's Chance to Redeem Himself


The Red Sox start a three game series with the Minnesota Twins as Eduardo Rodriguez takes the mound. In addition, the commissioner weighs in on the O's and Red Sox recent feud.

After losing 4 of 5, the Sox need to figure things out fast

The 10-6 Boston Red Sox go up against the 10-4 Division leading Baltimore Orioles. Drew Pomeranz takes on Dylan Bundy.

Pregame Notes 4/17/17 Boston Red Sox vs Tampa Bay Rays l Powered By CLNS Radio 
Eduardo Rodriguez was ready to start his 2017 season but the rain had other ideas. This game was postponed and is scheduled to play next Thursday April 13 at 2:05PM.

Every season, bullpens can really make a difference to the success of the team. Craig Kimbrel has the ninth inning under his belt, but the rest is very up in the air now. Carson Smith, who came to Boston in the 2015 trade, really hasn't made a name for himself in Boston due to injury. He will look to rebound this year and hopefully make a positive impact on the 2017 Sox!

Red Sox are now the AL East Champions with four games left to go. 

What a weird game. After the Sox knew they won the division, they took a 3-0 lead going into the bottom of the ninth. Craig Kimbrel wasn't at all effective and the Red Sox lost this one, 5-3, on a grand slam by Mark Teixeira.

What a comeback! The Red Sox scored five times with two outs in the ninth inning to take out the Yankees 7-5 in the first game of this four game set.

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