Lucchino Announces Plans to Step Down as Red Sox CEO

The Red Sox announced yesterday that Larry Lucchino will step down following this season as the Red Sox CEO.  Lucchino stated in his statement that he felt it was time to step down and look for other opportunities.  It was also announced that Sam Kennedy will be named as his successor. Lucchino has been the […]

Sox Fell Short of Completing Sweep of Rays

The Red Sox won the first two games of the series and headed into the finale on Sunday afternoon hoping to sweep the Rays out of town.  The Sox had Wade Miley on the mound who was rocked in his last start.  Miley pitched better this time around and left the mound in line for […]

Travis Shaw Homers Twice in Sox Win Over Rays!

The Red Sox came into the game rocking a 2 game winning streak and hoping for more.  The Sox had Joe Kelly on the mound who got completely rocked in his last start vs. Matt Moore for the Rays who is starting his climb back from Tommy John surgery.  The Sox offense got going early […]

Ben Cherington-Lack of Identity

The Herald’s Scott Lauber was correct. The Red Sox made only two minor moves before the trade deadline. This seems to reflect Ben Cherington’s continuing lack of identity. In his press conferences he seems uncomfortable and speaks in platitudes. Meanwhile, the Sox have one of the worst records in baseball and are headed for their […]

Sox Rally Late to Take First Game From Rays

The trade deadline came and went and the Red Sox appeared to neither be sellers nor buyers.  Mike Napoli was still in a Sox uniform and it ended up being a good thing as his offense was the difference maker in the game.  Eduardo Rodriguez started the game for the Sox and pitched well enough […]

Sox Need Pedro on the Mound

Pedro Martinez’ number was retired this week, two days after his Hall of Fame induction.  I’m going to pull a Rick Pitino and say “Pedro is not walking through that door anytime soon”. In a 3-page piece entitled “Pedro the Conqueror”, the Globe’s Bob Hohler recounted Martinez’ record with the Red Sox: 117-37, a winning […]

White Sox Take 3 out of 4 From the Red Sox

This week the Red Sox came home and heading up to the trade deadline they didn’t do anything to show that they had a run in them to salvage 2015.  The Red Sox struggled in every single one of their games with the White Sox.  They lost the first 3 straight and then were able […]

Red Sox Trade Victorino

The Red Sox have traded Shane Victorino and cash considerations to the Angels for Josh Rutledge.   Rusney Castillo has been called up to fill the OF spot.  Rutledge is currently playing in AAA where he has played second, short and third.

Sox Take Finale in Series Against Tigers

The Sox came into the final game of the series with the Tigers and hoped to take the game and the series.  The Sox had rookie Eduardo Rodriguez on the mound vs. Shane Greene for the Tigers.  Rodriguez pitched well and more importantly, the Sox offense got all over Greene. The game stayed scoreless until […]

Brian Johnson- A Ray of Hope in the Darkness (Part 2)

The Red Sox selected Johnson as the 31st pick in the 2012 draft.  He moved quickly through the farm system. He opened some eyes last year between Salem (A-plus) and Portland (AA), with a combined 13-3 and 2.13 with a WHIP under one. This year at Pawtucket  he continued strong with an 8-6 mark and 2.73 […]

Sox Can’t Win 2 in a Row as Tigers Best Wright

The Red Sox came off a win that snapped an 8 game losing streak and were looking for another win to add to the books.  The Sox had knuckleballer Steven Wright on the mound and hoped that his knuckleball would get the hot hitting Tigers lineup off their game.  Unfortunately the Tiger bats had Wright’s […]

Sox Finally Win One, Even If It Takes 11 Innings!

The Red Sox headed home to face off against the Tigers and were definitely hoping for some home cooking.  The Sox had Rick Porcello on the mound against his former team while the Tigers sent out ace Justin Verlander.  Verlander hasn’t had the best season to date, but he still is Justin Verlander. Porcello looked […]

Sox Lose Walk Off Style This Time

The Red Sox keep finding new and inventive ways to lose games.  In the series finale with the Astros they had the lead, lost the lead, tied the game up and then lost the game walk off style in the 9th.  The Sox went 0-7 on the road trip and now have lost 8 games […]

The Red Sox Just Keep on Losing

The Red Sox faced off against the Astros and once again came up short.  The Sox had Joe Kelly on the mound who had just made his return after being sent down to the minors to work on whatever it is that has been causing him trouble this season.  Kelly didn’t pitch poorly, but he […]

Brian Johnson- A Ray of Hope (Part 1)

A Western road trip to open the Red Sox second half of the season was just what the doctor did not order. Tuesday night’s 7-3 loss to Houston made it 6 losses in a row and 7 out of 8. Their record of 42-52 was the American League’s worst. The were now 10 behind the Yankees. […]

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