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  • Clay Buchholz looks to restore spot in rotation

    by John Morton

      After Roenis Elias did so well on Friday night, allowing an awful 7 runs in 4 innings, the Red Sox still need someone to step up and fill the vacated fifth starter role. Can Clay Buchholz take that spot? Buchholz, who jostled between Major League levels before finally solidifying himself as a key member of the Red Sox rotation, signed a contract-friendly extension back in 2011. When he is healthy, he has proven to be one of the most dominant pitchers in Major League baseball. The reason why Red Sox fans have been frustrated with him has been...

  • David Ortiz regrets announcing retirement

    by John Morton

      The Red Sox offense is so potent that you may have a hard time selecting an MVP. However, Red Sox DH David Ortiz may not just be the MVP of the Red Sox to this point in the season. He has a chance to end his career with an MVP award from the MLB. Ortiz is currently producing at an All-Star level in his age-40 season and he is slowly realizing the media circus surrounding his final season may not have been worth the announcement at the beginning of the year. “I’m too busy. I have too many things to do. I barely have time to do anything,”...

  • NOSN: Red Sox telecast is trending down

    (081209 Boston, MA) Red Sox Vs Detroit Tigers at Fenway Park.  Wednesday, August 12, 2009.  NESN play-by-play announcer Jerry Remy is back to work as he looks onto the field from his booth before the game  Staff Photo by Matt Stone
    by Nick Piccione

      So I turned to NESN on Tuesday night to catch the first game of the Sox vs. O’s series. And to my surprise I was greeted with this sick-nasty swagnificent new graphic layout. This is a HUGE step in improving NESN’s Red Sox broadcast. For too long we’ve been forced to look at that same old tired color scheme. I mean if you asked the average fan what the biggest issue with the NESN coverage was, they would immediately say it was the color of the graphics before you could even finish your clearly rhetorical question. But fortunately,...

Red Sox alumni game a hit

Posted on: Jun 27 2016 - 6:34am | #0
In: Off the Field
Xander Clarke
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  On Saturday the 25th Firefighters were joined with Red Sox alumni in Mansfield to play in a filled stadium. The game was a fundraiser for the local firefighters local 772. Among the Red Sox alumni were Bill Lee who spent 10 years with the Sox, Sam Horn and “Oil can” Boyd who spent eight years with the team. The Red Sox are one of just a few major sports teams to do a fundraiser with alumni however it’s more common in college. This is not the Sox have played Bangor. This tradition has now been going on since. Some former Sox players who have played in other years include Jim Corsi, Matt Stairs and Glenn Hoffman. In 2010 Dan Landers – Bangor Fire Department described his experiences. ”It was a tough go, I gotta tell ya, we...

David Ortiz regrets announcing retirement

  The Red Sox offense is so potent that you may have a hard time selecting an MVP. However, Red Sox DH David Ortiz may not just be the MVP of the Red Sox to this point in the season. He has a chance to end his career with an MVP award from the MLB. Ortiz is currently producing at an All-Star level in his age-40 season and he is slowly realizing the media circus...

Posted on: Jun 21 2016 - 7:12pm | #0
In: The Front Page
John Morton
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Is Dave Dombrowski Ready To Pounce?

  The Boston Herald churned out a great read yesterday. If you didn’t read that, I’ll summarize: Red Sox President...

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Which Sox should make the All Star team?

  We’re in June so don’t even think about telling me it’s too early to vote (well it may be, but who cares),...

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Posted on: Jun 20 2016 - 12:00pm | #0
In: Uncategorized
Greg Gisolfi

The Cuban Crisis

  Sigh. Rusney Castillo. What a gemstone. What a bust. What a joke. According to various sources, the Red Sox placed the 28 year old Cuban outfielder on outright waivers this weekend. I...

The Price Line

Boston Red Sox starting pitcher David Price delivers to the Baltimore Orioles in the first inning of a baseball game at Fenway Park, Monday, April 11, 2016, in Boston. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

    I seriously don’t know what I did before I could make all these God awful David Price puns. For those of you who continuously say or insinuate that the...

NOSN: Red Sox telecast is trending down

(081209 Boston, MA) Red Sox Vs Detroit Tigers at Fenway Park.  Wednesday, August 12, 2009.  NESN play-by-play announcer Jerry Remy is back to work as he looks onto the field from his booth before the game  Staff Photo by Matt Stone

  So I turned to NESN on Tuesday night to catch the first game of the Sox vs. O’s series. And to my surprise I was greeted with this sick-nasty swagnificent new graphic layout. This is a HUGE step in improving NESN’s Red Sox broadcast. For too long we’ve been forced to look at that same old tired color scheme. I mean if you asked the average fan what the biggest...

Back Row with the Bleacher Creature

NOSN: Red Sox telecast is trending down

(081209 Boston, MA) Red Sox Vs Detroit Tigers at Fenway Park.  Wednesday, August 12, 2009.  NESN play-by-play announcer Jerry Remy is back to work as he looks onto the field from his booth before the game  Staff Photo by Matt Stone

  So I turned to NESN on Tuesday night to catch the first game of the Sox vs. O’s series. And to my surprise I was greeted with this sick-nasty swagnificent new graphic layout. This is a HUGE step in...

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Sox should NOT be the AL East favorite

  “What kind of headline is that?!” Most if not some of you are saying as yours reading this but over this...