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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 made a move to hire a pitching coach, and it was within the organization as they chose to promote Dana LaVangie from bullpen coach to pitching coach.

The Red Sox officially introduced Alex Cora to the media on Monday where he spoke and gave his thoughts about his new position. The team also has officially brought in a new hitting coach, Tim Hyers. 

The Boston Red Sox today officially made the long awaited announcement that Alex Cora will be their new manager beginning in the 2018 season.

Nick and Adam discuss the Red Sox season and decide whether or not the season was a failure or a success? And also dive into the age old John Farrell debate. Is he back for the 2018 season?

Nick and Jared debate whether or not the Red Sox stand the slightest chance at winning game 3 and the series as they sit down 0-2 to the Houston Astros.

Nick and Adam debate who they think will win the ALDS between the Red Sox and Astros and predict how many games the series will last. 

Alex, Nick and Ethan discuss what the Red Sox pitching rotation will look like, specifically pitchers three and four as the spots seem to be up in the air. 

Nick and Jared discuss whether or not they believe that Chris Sale still stands any chance at winning the Cy Young award over Corey Kluber.

Rick Porcello and the Red Sox look to shrink that magic number as they look to avoid the sweet against the Toronto Blue Jays. 

Chris Sale looks to tack on more strike outs to his league leading 300 as he takes the mound against division rivals, the Toronto Blue Jays while Boston looks to continue to shrink that magic number so they can wrap up the division title. 

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