1. Red Sox Nipped By Blue Jays, Home Plate Umpire, 3-2

    When you have a team with this much talent, you have to wonder why they are struggling to stay above the .500 mark (the Red Sox currently have a record of 18-17) and, frankly, the only ...

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  2. Red Sox-Blue Jays: Daisuke Matsuzaka Outstanding In Red Sox 6-1 Win

    Has Daisuke Matsuzaka finally turned the page? Let’s be honest, when the Red Sox posted a $50+ million ransom in order to secure the rights just to negotiate with this guy, and ...

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  3. Victor Martinez, Boston Red Sox Sweep Halos, Prepare to Host NY Yankees

    Things looked pretty bleak across Red Sox Nation just four days ago. The team had just been swept by the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards, and arrived in Boston prepared for a 10 game ...

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  4. Red Sox Enjoy Some Home Cooking as Offense Explodes Against Angels in Boston

    The first 30 days of the 2010 Red Sox season have been an abysmal failure by most standards. The club’s oft-maligned offense has been surprisingly productive, while the vaunted ...

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  5. Dave Roberts, Red Sox 2004 ALCS Hero, Discloses Lymphoma Diagnosis

    Caption: Dave Roberts scored one of the most important runs in franchise history in the ninth inning of Game Four of the 2004 ALCS. The run tied the game and helped set the stage for the Red Sox to execute the greatest comeback in MLB history...

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  6. Orioles-Red Sox: Embarrassed in Baltimore, Red Sox Swept 3-2

    Now THIS was embarrassing! The Red Sox may have been humbled by their four-game sweep at the hands of the Tampa Bay Rays two weeks ago, but they were downright humiliated by their performance in Baltimore this weekend...

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  7. Red Sox Promote 1B Lars Anderson To Triple-A

    The Red Sox promoted 1B Lars Anderson to the Pawtucket Red Sox this afternoon. Considered one of the better prospects in all of baseball entering the 2009 season, Anderson saw his stock slip dramatically after hitting only ...

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  8. Redsox-Blue Jays: Jon Lester Slams the Door As Red Sox Sweep Blue Jays

    Caption: Jon Lester lets loose with a first-inning offering in last night’s game in Toronto. The southpaw was brilliant over seven innings, holding the Blue Jays scoreless on just one hit...

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  9. Red Sox-Blue Jays: Buchholz Rescues Bullpen in 2-1 Win

    Caption: Pinch-hitter Mike Lowell heads to first base after drawing a bases-loaded walk in the eighth inning…the Red Sox scored the game-winning run on the play en route to a 2-1 win in Toronto...

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  10. The Implications Of The Red Sox Signing Of Adelberto Ibarra

    Caption: Is Ibarra’s signing a signal that Victor Martinez’ days as the Red Sox backstop are numbered? We were all thrilled when the Red Sox acquired Victor Martinez last summer...

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  11. Prospects Making A Case For Early Season Promotion

    Around baseball there are a number of ballplayers who have gotten off to horrendous starts. In some places, such as Boston, the struggles of players like designated hitter David Ortiz (...

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  12. Boston Red Sox Franchise Value Very Healthy Despite Recession

    Eighteen months ago, the NY times announced that it was actively shopping its stake in New England Sports Ventures, which owns the Red Sox, NESN, Fenway Park, and other real estate holdings...

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  13. Baltimore Orioles Rally Falls Short as Boston Red Sox Prevail, 4-3

    Red Sox southpaw Jon Lester pitched 5.2 shutout innings this evening, but his bullpen allowed two runs in the seventh inning and another in the eighth as the visiting Baltimore Orioles ...

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  14. Red Sox CF Ellsbury Has Fractured Ribs, Return Date In Doubt

    During this afternoon’s media briefing, Red Sox manager Terry Francona announced that CF Jacoby Ellsbury (at center in photo) has been diagnosed with a hairline fracture in each of four ribs...

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  15. Matsuzaka To Join Red Sox Rotation; Wakefield Odd Man Out?

    RHP Daisuke Matsuzaka has now completed his rehab assignment (three starts) with the Pawtucket Red Sox and, according to Sox manager Terry Francona, he will rejoin the rotation on his next turn...

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  16. Red Sox-Rangers: Boston Steals This Victory from the Jaws of Defeat, 7-6

    Caption: Tonight’s hero, CF Darnell McDonald, drove in the last three Red Sox runs—with a two-run home run in the eighth inning and a wall-ball scraper in the ninth—in the Red Sox' 7-6 win...

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  17. Red Sox' Mike Cameron To Miss 4-To-6 Weeks with Abdominal Tear

    According to reports, Red Sox center fielder Mike Cameron has been diagnosed with an abdominal tear. He will likely undergo surgery to repair the injury sometime later this week, and ...

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  18. Red Sox-Rays: Boston Completes Weekend Sleepwalk with 8-2 Loss to Tampa Bay

    Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse, it did. There isn’t a single aspect of the team game that the Red Sox are doing well right now. The pitching has been poor...

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  19. Rays-Red Sox: Squandered Chances and Defensive Lapses Lead To Sweep

    Caption: CF Mike Cameron lets Carlos Pena’s line drive get away from him in the first inning of Saturday's second game against Tampa Bay. The error led to four unearned runs in the Red Sox 6-5 loss to the Rays...

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  20. Terry Francona's Proclamations Maddening, but He's Doing the Right Thing

    Red Sox third base coach Tim Bogar made a dunder-headed decision last night when he sent 1B Kevin Youkilis home on David Ortiz’ sixth-inning double into the right field corner...

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  21. Boston Red Sox-Tampa Bay Rays: Bogar's Gaffe Costs Run, Rain Suspends Game

    Caption: From this point forward, bone-headed decisions by third base coaches that send baserunners home to be thrown out by a country mile will be referred to as a “Bogar.” Wendell Kim is now off the hook...

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  22. Red Sox CF Mike Cameron Diagnosed with Possible Kidney Stone(s)

    Mike Nicotera, the agent for Red Sox center fielder Mike Cameron, writes that his client has returned to Boston to meet with team doctors sometime this morning after an initial diagnosis that he may be suffering from a kidney stone(s)...

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  23. Boston Red Sox-Minnesota Twins: Francisco Liriano Blanks Boston in Series Finale

    Francisco Liriano’s performance as a rookie in 2006 caused people to draw comparisons between him and teammate Johan Santana, but an August elbow injury sent him to the disabled list and ultimately led to offseason Tommy John surgery...

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  24. Red Sox-Twins: Jeremy Hermida Helps John Lackey, Boston Double-Up Minny, 6-3

    Two days after the pomp and circumstance of opening their new stadium, Minnesotans were reminded of what baseball in April will REALLY mean in the North Star State. Gone were the partly cloudy skies of Monday afternoon...

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  25. Boston Red Sox-Kansas City Royals: Five Home Runs Power Boston Past Greinke

    Caption: Kevin Youkilis watches his eighth inning home run—his first of the 2010 season—leave Kaufman Stadium during the Red Sox 8-3 win in Kansas City. Youk’s blast was one of five Sox home runs in the game...

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