1. Manny Delcarmen Has Some Major Pitching Issues at the Worst Time

    If tonight wasn't proof then I don't know what is. Manny Delcarmen came into the bottom of the ninth inning in an 11-3 ball game at Camden Yards and began his outing by allowing back-to-back home runs to Ty Wigginton and Felix Pie...

    Amanda Bruno Written by Amanda Bruno about almost 5 years ago 221 reads 7 comments

  2. No More SOX & Dawgs? Top Red Sox Website Shut Down (for Now)

    So this is what happens when I go out and cover high school football. I come home, punch in all of my stats, write my game recap, and just before I get ready to get some shut eye, I check my Twitter page and find this...

    Amanda Bruno Written by Amanda Bruno about almost 5 years ago 27 reads 0 comments

  3. Peter Abraham Recruited by The Boston Globe to Cover Boston Red Sox

    New Bedford, Mass. native and New York Yankees beat writer Peter Abraham is leaving his post at The Journal News after nearly 10 years and taking on every Boston sports journalists ...

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  4. Boston Red Sox: Time to be Excited?

    It's still mid September, but as each day comes and goes, the Boston Red Sox are inching closer and closer to claiming the American League Wild Card...

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  5. From 'Reiss's Pieces' to 'Extra Points'

    With the official launch of ESPNBoston.com Monday, Boston.com had to come up with another name to replace "Reiss's Pieces" the New England Patriots blog, which was named after former ...

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  6. Welcome Back Tampa Bay "Devil" Rays; Good-Bye Rays of Sunshine

    It's official, Boston Red Sox fans, no more Tampa Bay Rays. How amazing is that to type right now? No more Tropicana Field. No more loud annoying cowbells. No more Evan Longoria...

    Amanda Bruno Written by Amanda Bruno about almost 5 years ago 204 reads 6 comments

  7. Red Sox Weekly Recap: Week 23

    It was a rain shortened week for the Boston Red Sox who will make up Friday's rainout Sunday afternoon for a day/night doubleheader against the visiting Tampa Bay Rays...

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  8. Don't Let the Tampa Bay Rays Fool You

    The Baltimore Orioles are dead and gone from Beantown and, but now there's a larger task to complete for the next three days. The Tampa Bay Rays are coming to town for the last time this season, which makes everyone in Red Sox Nation extremely overjoyed..

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  9. Byrd Needs to Perform Well Against Orioles

    How important is this start for Paul Byrd Wednesday night for the Boston Red Sox? If Byrd doesn't perform well, he's gone. Simple as that. During his last outing against the Chicago White Sox on Sept...

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  10. Red Sox Weekly Recap (Week 22)

    It was kind of a down power week for the Boston Red Sox who were outscored by opponents and also trying to figure out how to manufacture runs in Chicago...

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  11. If You Suck in Boston, You Rock in the National League

    Wednesday night, Brad Penny made his pitching debut with the San Francisco Giants, who took on the National League East leading Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park. What happened is almost a mystery...

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  12. September: Hardest Month Ever for Red Sox?

    Tuesday officially starts the first day of September. In Major League Baseball, a lot of stuff goes down. The 25-man roster expands to 40 Every game counts as it were the playoffs Magic numbers ...

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  13. Good Thing Red Sox Didn't Get Roy Halladay

    Remember when it was an absolute need to trade for Roy Halladay before the July 31st deadline? Toronto wanted the Red Sox to give up Clay Buchholz, Daniel Bard, Michael Bowden, and Lars Anderson ...

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  14. Red Sox Weekly Recap: Week 21

    After the Boston Red Sox dropped two out of three to the division-leading New York Yankees, it was smoother sailing when the Chicago White Sox came to town for a four-game series. Boston took the first three and almost threatened to sweep...

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  15. What's Wrong with Josh Beckett?

    Where is the real Josh Beckett? The one who throws at least seven innings of quality ball. The one who registers eight to 10 strikeouts per start. The one who dominates any opponent and gives up two or three runs, tops...

    Amanda Bruno Written by Amanda Bruno about almost 5 years ago 283 reads 4 comments

  16. Mike Reiss to Leave Globe, Join ESPNBoston

    Last night, I received an email from Ian Bethune over at Sox & Dawgs with some shocking news out of The Boston Globe front...

    Amanda Bruno Written by Amanda Bruno about almost 5 years ago 1,863 reads 2 comments

  17. Jacoby Stealsbury: Red Sox Center Fielder Breaks Franchise Stolen Base Record

    Jacoby Ellsbury is the human version of Sonic the Hedgehog. That's right, I just compared Ellsbury to a cool blue cartoon hedgehog, in which his superpower is running really, really fast, his ...

    Amanda Bruno Written by Amanda Bruno about almost 5 years ago 64 reads 1 comments

  18. ESPN Sunday Night Baseball Dethrones FOX Sports for Most Deaf Tone

    It was good old ESPN Sunday Night Baseball, which meant Red Sox and Yankees fans alike got to listen to the deafening trio of Jon Miller, Joe Morgan, and Steve Phillips...

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  19. Boston Red Sox Weekly Recap (Week 20)

    Despite Friday's embarrassing 20-11 loss to the American League East first place New York Yankees, the Boston Red Sox have been on fire power wise dating back to last Friday, August 14 at Texas...

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  20. FOX at Its Worst: Tim McCarver Can Lip Read; Ken Rosenthal Can't Tell Stories

    It's no mystery that FOX Saturday day baseball is the most gruesome broadcast to listen to, but Saturday evening it proved to hit another low as the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees squared away at Fenway Park...

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  21. How the Mighty Red Sox Have Fallen out of the AL East Race

    It's almost quite hard to believe that the Boston Red Sox were a dominant 8-0 against the New York Yankees to kick off the 2009 season...

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  22. Red Sox Weekly Recap (Week 19)

    The Boston Red Sox got back on track this week after a horrendous Week 18, as now the main focus has shifted towards the American League Wild Card standings. Now that Boston is 7.5 games back, it's too deep to be solely focusing on the New York Yankees...

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  23. What If Victor Martinez Didn't Hit That Double?

    Friday night's come from behind victory against the Texas Rangers was epic and pure Red Sox clutch. Down 4-2 heading into the top of the ninth inning, David Ortiz ignited the six-run rally inning as Boston eventually won 8-4...

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  24. MLB.com Doesn't Know How To Add

    I was browsing on MLB.com and realized the Boston Red Sox had a day game against Detroit. Being at work all day and swamped, I didn't have time to check the score. So I go to check out the score of the game, and this is what I found...

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  25. At Rick Porcello: Why Did It Have to Be Youkilis?

    Today it was announced that Detroit Tigers pitcher Rick Porcello and Boston Red Sox first baseman Kevin Youkilis were both suspended for five games and fined by Major League Baseball ...

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