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  • Sox rally back, win 5-4

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    by Tyler Scionti

      Going into this series I can guarantee you that there were some low expectations for the Sox. After all they were going head to head with one of the, surprisingly, best teams in the American League. Yet these aren’t the Sox we saw in May, no these Sox are playing like a team on a mission, a team hungry to win. Eduardo Rodriguez did his job on the mound tossing a decent start while Hanley Ramirez did his best to immerse himself in Fenway lore with a go ahead two-run bomb to give the Sox the lead and win. Overall good game for our favorite...

  • Sox sticking it out with Porcello

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    by Tyler Scionti

      For those hoping that Rick Porcello might be dropped from the rotation, I’m sorry to report that he won’t be. Yes it appears that going 4-9 with a 6.08 ERA along with 16 home runs allowed when the first half is not even over is good enough for the BoSox rotation. Despite being one of the worst pitchers in the MLB period, let alone the team, the Sox are sticking with Porcello and are giving $80 million excuses for the decision. Yet John Farrell still feels the need to give a completely BS reason for the decision. “He’s a...

  • Sox chasing younger pitching

    (Boston, MA, 06/25/15) Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez, right, hands the ball to Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell as Rodriguez is taken out of the game against the Baltimore Orioles during the fourth inning of a Major League Baseball game at Fenway Park in Boston on Thursday, June 25, 2015. Staff photo by Christopher Evans
    by Tyler Scionti

      Some people just never learn. Ben Cherington’s Great Leap Forward has already fallen flat on its stupid fat face. Rick Porcello has been a disaster as he is one of the worst, if not the worst, pitchers in the MLB while we pin our hopes on a mentally fragile ace and a 22 year old who spent last year in double A. As Chris Pratt put it, that’s probably not a good idea. And yet here we are, mired in mediocrity it is time for a change. At 38-45 and seven games out the Sox are on the cusp of being in contention which is as close to...

Sox rally back, win 5-4

Posted on: Jul 6 2015 - 6:55am | #0
In: Game Recaps, The Front Page
Tyler Scionti
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  Going into this series I can guarantee you that there were some low expectations for the Sox. After all they were going head to head with one of the, surprisingly, best teams in the American League. Yet these aren’t the Sox we saw in May, no these Sox are playing like a team on a mission, a team hungry to win. Eduardo Rodriguez did his job on the mound tossing a decent start while Hanley Ramirez did his best to immerse himself in Fenway lore with a go ahead two-run bomb to give the Sox the lead and win. Overall good game for our favorite starting nine. Bright Spots Rodriguez did a nice job despite getting into some trouble towards the end of his outing. I would’ve liked to see a higher innings total but what can you do. How...

(Boston, MA, 06/25/15) Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez, right, hands the ball to Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell as Rodriguez is taken out of the game against the Baltimore Orioles during the fourth inning of a Major League Baseball game at Fenway Park in Boston on Thursday, June 25, 2015. Staff photo by Christopher Evans

Sox chasing younger pitching

  Some people just never learn. Ben Cherington’s Great Leap Forward has already fallen flat on its stupid fat face. Rick Porcello has been a disaster as he is one of the worst, if not the worst, pitchers in the MLB while we pin our hopes on a mentally fragile ace and a 22 year old who spent last year in double A. As Chris Pratt put it, that’s probably...

Posted on: Jul 5 2015 - 7:53am | #0
In: The Front Page
Tyler Scionti
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Sox sticking it out with Porcello

  For those hoping that Rick Porcello might be dropped from the rotation, I’m sorry to report that he won’t be. Yes...

(Boston,  MA,  10/22/13) Boston Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington sits in the stands during the World Series practice at Fenway Park on Tuesday,  October 22,  2013.  Staff Photo by Matt Stone

Cherington no longer in denial over Sox

  Well ladies and gentlemen it has finally happened, Ben Cherington has admitted that the 2015 Boston Red Sox do indeed suck. Took...

Sox piss game away, lose 12-8

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  The good news is we scored a lot of runs, the bad news is that our bullpen pissed it away like a kidney stone. The Sox bats broke out for eight runs in the game, but...

Cherington no longer in denial over Sox

(Boston,  MA,  10/22/13) Boston Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington sits in the stands during the World Series practice at Fenway Park on Tuesday,  October 22,  2013.  Staff Photo by Matt Stone

  Well ladies and gentlemen it has finally happened, Ben Cherington has admitted that the 2015 Boston Red Sox do indeed suck. Took him long enough. After slogging through the first three tortuous months of the season it seems that the Sox GM has finally acknowledged that just maybe he made a mistake. Despite the Sox going 6-4 in their last 10 and showing signs of life for the first...

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4th of July Fire(d)works

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  Happy Fourth of July Massholes. Nothing like a little Independence Day to remind everyone that Massachusetts invented America and is the hub of the known universe (no big deal). And as we all know, we’re...

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Cherington is delusional, thinks Sox still have a chance

  It’s like a title from The Onion right? Heck I feel like this entire season has just been one giant article...