1. Tazawa Gets a Re-Do, Rookie Gets His First Start Tonight for Boston

    No one imagined Boston Red Sox rookie Junichi Tazawa would make his major league debut in the bottom of 14th inning at Yankee Stadium in a 0-0 game...

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  2. Gary Washburn New Boston Celtics Beat Writer; Massarotti Radio?

    Boston Sports Media Watch reported this morning that ex-Seattle SuperSonics beat writer Gary Washburn has been hired by The Boston Globe to replace Marc J. Spears who took a job at Yahoo! Sports last month...

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  3. Red Sox weekly Recap (Week 18)

    It's hard to believe what's going on right now. The Boston Red Sox are slipping away faster than power surges in April and May. Last week was, by far, the worst all season long...

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  4. John Smoltz Designated for Assignment; Red Sox 2006 Nightmares Lurking

    This may be the saddest end to any future Hall of Famer's career. It's been reported by multiple sources (starting here) that John Smoltz has been designated for assignment and left to go home to Atlanta Friday...

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  5. Is Tony Massarotti Leaving the Globe For Radio?

    It's no secret that WEEI and The Boston Globe were feuding for months, which banned all Globe sportswriters from appearing on the radio network...

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  6. Penny Pressure: Red Sox Pitcher Needs Deep Outing Against Tampa Bay Tonight

    After last night's extra inning disaster, the Boston Red Sox have to brush aside the loss and look towards the future—that being Brad Penny, who takes the mound tonight against the Tampa Bay Rays, who now have a 7-4 record against Boston in 2009...

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  7. Boston Red Sox Have a Lot to Prove Against Tampa Bay and New York

    It's just what the doctor ordered: A full throttle walloping of the last place Baltimore Orioles in the American League East...

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  8. Red Sox Weekly Recap (Week 17)

    Where to even begin? In a nutshell: David Ortiz was listed as one of the 104 names who tested positive for performance enhancing drugs in 2003 along with former teammate Manny Ramirez...

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  9. ESPN Bashes Boston Red Sox in Top Five Web Gems

    So every night on ESPN's Baseball Tonight, they pick and show the Top Five Web Gems from all of the games. This night wasn't the exact typical one, or who knows really? Friday night ESPN analysts ...

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  10. Red Sox Acquire Victor Martinez, Casey Kotchman: Adding Depth

    It's official. The Boston Red Sox acquired Cleveland Indians catcher/first baseman Friday afternoon in exchange for pitchers RHP Justin Masterson, LHP Nick Hagadone, and RHP Bryan Price...

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  11. There Is No Anonymity In the 2003 MLB Steroids Test

    In 2003, Major League Baseball players voluntarily submitted to a steroids test. They were told that this was strictly anonymous testing, it will remain confidential, and it was pure research to find out how bad the problem really was in the league...

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  12. David Ortiz Linked To Steroids: I Saw It Coming

    All I have to say is, I called it. Back in May after the Manny Ramirez bombshell, there was a lot of speculation towards his best friend, David Ortiz while they were both teammates on the Boston Red Sox from 2003-2008...

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  13. If Victor Martinez Joins Red Sox, Is It Goodbye for Adam LaRoche?

    Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated reported on Wednesday that the Boston Red Sox were the front runners in the Victor Martinez sweepstakes...

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  14. Roy Halladay or Bust for Boston Red Sox

    Now with Cliff Lee off the trade market, there's more pressure on the Boston Red Sox to acquire Toronto Blue Jays ace Roy Halladay...

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  15. Hall of Fame Steroid Users To Get Color-Coded Plaques?

    What? On today's episode of Globe 10.0, hosted by Boston Globe sports columnist Bob Ryan, one of the questions of the day was "Should the players who used steroids have ...

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  16. Justin Masterson and Daniel Bard Are Untouchables in Trade Market

    With three days until the July 31 MLB trade deadline, there's been a lot of rumors afloat involving the Boston Red Sox, Toronto Blue Jays, Cleveland Indians, and recently the San Diego Padres...

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  17. Dustin Pedroia's True Height Revealed

    There has been a lot of speculation about Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia's height. Pedroia is officially listed by Major League Baseball as 5'9", 180 pounds...

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  18. Gordon Edes Gives Globe Copy Editor Shout Out on NESN Telecast

    If you haven't been paying attention this weekend, Yahoo! sports national baseball writer Gordon Edes has been filling in with Don Orsillo in the NESN broadcast booth...

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  19. Red Sox weekly recap (Week 16)

    The week started off horrible, but ended on a high note. After a five-game skid dating back to last week, the Boston Red Sox are looking to sweep the Baltimore Orioles Sunday after being swept by the Texas Rangers...

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  20. Just Remember Your Karma, Red Sox Nation

    Thursday morning Red Sox Nation screamed, "Hallelujah!" Why? Well, because the Boston Red Sox aren't playing today. Wow...

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  21. What Can Adam LaRoche Do For Boston?

    General Manager Theo Epstein got cracking Wednesday as the Boston Red Sox acquired first baseman Adam LaRoche from the Pittsburgh Pirates in exchange for Portland shortstop Argenis Diaz and Greenville pitcher Hunter Strickland...

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  22. Boston Red Sox Bats Need To Wake the Bleep Up

    The Boston Red Sox are sending the right guy to the mound tonight, looking to end a demanding three-game skid, which has cost them sole first place in the American League East. Josh Beckett is 6-0 after a loss, and is shooting for lucky number seven...

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  23. Boston Red Sox vs. Toronto Blue Jays: Notes and Observations

    The Boston Red Sox dropped the final game of a three-game series to the Toronto Blue Jays, losing 3-1 as Roy Halladay (11-3) retired the last 11 batters for his fourth complete game of the season...

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  24. Boston Red Sox Weekly Recap (Week 15)

    The MLB All-Star Game is behind us and the American League triumphed to secure home field advantage in the World Series. Jason Bay went 1-for-2 with a single, Kevin Youkilis was 1-for-1 also with a base hit, and Jonathan Papelbon earned the victory...

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  25. Lowrie returns, Penny can't pitch past 5th, Jays power by Red Sox

    It was a tough afternoon for Brad Penny and the Boston Red Sox as the Toronto Blue Jays took game two of a three game series, 6-2 at the Rogers Centre before 36,926 fans...

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