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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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After winning six straight games, the Red Sox will send out Chris Sale to take on the Tampa Bay Rays. This will be Sale's fourth start against the Rays this year. Dustin Pedroia also makes his return tonight.

The Red Sox added to their offense over night with the trade of Eduardo Nunez. They look to potentially add more pieces. Chris Sale starts for the Sox today, looking for his 13th win of the year.

With Chris Sale on the mound, the Red Sox can feel pretty confident going into this game against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Also, more rumors flying around the Red Sox.


Whether you like it or not, Doug Fister will make a spot start against the Blue Jays. Francisco Liriano will be opposing Fister, so this one should be a fun one.

The start of the second half is here, with big news about Pablo Sandoval being DFA'd, Rafael Devers being promoted to AAA, and Michael Pineda injury.

After four good starts in a row, Drew Pomeranz looks to continue his good streak. Xander Bogaerts is missing from tonight's lineup, as he is trying to rest his hand, after being hit by a pitch last night.

The Red Sox face off against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. This all happens while David Ortiz' number gets retired before the game!

The Boston Red Sox begin a three game series against the Houston Astros. Drew Pomeranz takes on Mike Fiers.

Game Two of a Three Game Set, Which Could Swing the Division

With manager John Farrell on the potential hot seat, the Red Sox take on the Rangers to begin a three game series.

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