1. Consistency is the Key to Red Sox Claiming Third World Series since 2004

    Technically speaking, the Boston Red Sox should be the best team in baseball. I say “technically,” because right now they aren’t...

    Meredith Anne Written by Meredith Anne about 6 years ago 299 reads 1 comments

  2. Jed Lowrie and Justin Masterson: It's all in the Hair (Or Lack Thereof)

    I was recently fortunate enough to stumble upon an interview with Jed Lowrie and Justin Masterson, one which took place during the “Johan Santana Situation” when the Red Sox were debating sending top prospects to the Twins for their avce...

    Meredith Anne Written by Meredith Anne about over 6 years ago 363 reads 3 comments

  3. Speedy Jacoby and Steady Lowrie: Rookies Prove Essential to Red Sox Success

    When Jacoby Ellsbury hit his slump, things didn’t head in a friendly direction for the young rookie. We shouldn’t have been surprised by it though; we had no right to be surprised by it...

    Meredith Anne Written by Meredith Anne about over 6 years ago 504 reads 3 comments

  4. Jed Lowrie: Boston Red Sox's Shortstop of the Future is Currently in the Present

    On July 31st, when Fenway Park was cheering Jason Bay in the twelfth inning when the Sox took a 2-1 win over the Oakland Athletics, there was one smaller voice screaming, “JED!!! JED!!! ...

    Meredith Anne Written by Meredith Anne about over 6 years ago 90 reads 0 comments

  5. Just a Buchholz Girl at Heart

    Chone Figgins is up, and Clay is on the mound. I get that nervous feeling I always get when he’s pitching. No, I don’t think he’ll blow up and ruin the game – I just want him to do so well...

    Meredith Anne Written by Meredith Anne about over 6 years ago 164 reads 0 comments

  6. Calling the Game - The Gift of a DieHard Sox Fan

    When you’re sitting on just a two run lead in the seventh and Wakefield is pitching beautifully, you don’t take him out...

    Meredith Anne Written by Meredith Anne about over 6 years ago 170 reads 1 comments