1. ROUNDTABLE: Sox Weakness?

    Once a week, you’ll hear from numerous Red Sox bloggers on the Internet on a Red Sox related issue, and we’ll aggregate the answers here. Answers are placed in the order they were received...

    Evan Brunell Written by Evan Brunell about 6 years ago 132 reads 0 comments

  2. Buy your MONSTERSON T-Shirt!

    Well, we finally designed the shirt reflecting the nickname that Firebranders chose… MONSTERSON! With the artistic drawings of Samara Pearlstein and the technical savvy of yours truly, this t-shirt is now available for consumption...

    Evan Brunell Written by Evan Brunell about 6 years ago 89 reads 0 comments

  3. Shutterfly TRIVIA: Handshake Hero

    The last trivia question revealed that Ellis Kinder was the last Red Sox pitcher to hit a grandslam. The new trivia question: During the 1999 Home-Run Derby (which I attended), a young boy jumped ...

    Evan Brunell Written by Evan Brunell about 6 years ago 95 reads 0 comments

  4. Manny’s disrepect ‘unfathomable,’ says Schilling

    During an interview on WEEI’s “The Big Show” Curt Schilling blasted Manny Ramirez, saying his “level of disrepect to the teammates and people was unfathomable...

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  5. Senor Octubre: Big Papi vital to October hopes

    Don’t underestimate the impact David Ortiz will have on this team in the postseason. The photo you see above was created by yours truly in 2004 after their magical run, and it’s this photo that tells me not to count him out just yet...

    Evan Brunell Written by Evan Brunell about 6 years ago 367 reads 0 comments

  6. Red Sox reveal 2009 schedule

    The Red Sox will open the 2009 season at home for the first time since 2002. Their opponent will be (surprise!) the Tampa Bay Rays. They’ll then head west for a West Coast swing...

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  7. Theo here for 3; Yanks will be busy

    Theo Epstein has reportedly signed for three additional years, guaranteeing him at the helm of the Red Sox through 2011. Two interesting Yankee tidbits come today, via Jon Heyman and Joel Sherman ...

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  8. Tampa Bay Rays Beat the Boston Red Sox in Walk-Off Fashion 2-1

    Justin Masterson gave up a single with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth and the Rays walked off with a 2-1 win and sole possession of the A. L. East once again. At least for one night...

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  9. 9/16: BecKKKett

    Prev. Gm: Boston Red Sox (89-61) @ Tampa Bay Rays (88-60) Josh Beckett (12-9, 4.10) @ Andy Sonnanstine (13-7, 4...

    Evan Brunell Written by Evan Brunell about 6 years ago 58 reads 0 comments

  10. Red Sox Right Back Where They Started

    When the Boston Red Sox closed a five-game gap in a hurry to end the first half of the season, overtaking the Rays who stumbled into the All-Star break losing seven in row, you got ...

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  11. BOS 13, TB 5: Statement game

    David Ortiz was 2-4 with a homer, four RBI and two runs and the Boston Red Sox are now tied for first place in the A. L. East...

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  12. Shutterfly Trivia: Grand Slam Pitcher

    The last trivia question revealed that Bruce Hurst would have been the 1986 World Series MVP if the Red Sox had won. The new trivia question: Who is the last Red Sox pitcher to hit a grand slam? HONOR CODE: No search engines, no keyword searches...

    Evan Brunell Written by Evan Brunell about 6 years ago 237 reads 0 comments

  13. POLL: Papel-problems?

    The last week hasn’t been the best of Jonathan Papelbon’s career. With one blown save and a “heart attack closer” ninth against the Jays, is there a chink in Papelbon’s armor? ...

    Evan Brunell Written by Evan Brunell about 6 years ago 80 reads 0 comments

  14. Battle For First Place: Sox, Rays open up three-game set

    Sure, if all breaks right this upcoming series at the Trop, the Red Sox could find themselves in first place with an opportunity to finish first two straight years since 1915-1916...

    Evan Brunell Written by Evan Brunell about 6 years ago 62 reads 0 comments

  15. Boston Red Sox Beat Toronto Blue Jays 4, TOR 3; Move One Game Back in Al East

    Jon Lester and the rest of the Red Sox held off Roy Halladay and the Toronto Blue Jays for a 4-3 win. Kevin Youkilis tallied the all important sacrifice fly insurance run in the eighth inning ...

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  16. Chris Carter: “I want to prove I deserve to be here”

    From the frigid days of April through the sweltering days of August, outfielder Chris Carter was consistent for the Pawtucket Red Sox. Carter, who turns 26 on Sept...

    Evan Brunell Written by Evan Brunell about 6 years ago 120 reads 0 comments

  17. ROUNDTABLE: Loss to Rays source of concern?

    Once a week, you’ll hear from numerous Red Sox bloggers on the Internet on a Red Sox related issue, and we’ll aggregate the answers here. Answers are placed in the order they were received...

    Evan Brunell Written by Evan Brunell about 6 years ago 77 reads 0 comments

  18. Thank Heavens Fenway Park Still Stands

    A guest column brought to you by Sean O… Less than a decade ago, Fenway was on its last legs. Its dark, dirty concourses and cramped seating stood in stark contrast to the new generation of ballparks springing up around the country...

    Evan Brunell Written by Evan Brunell about 6 years ago 314 reads 3 comments

  19. BOS 7, TOR 0: Wake shakes it up

    Tim Wakefield went 8 strong scoreless innings to help lead the Boston Red Sox past the Toronto Blue Jays 7-0. Wakefield only allowed three hits and struck out four while walking none...

    Evan Brunell Written by Evan Brunell about 6 years ago 105 reads 0 comments

  20. 9/12: Wake Up!

    Prev. Gm : Toronto Blue Jays (79-67) @ Boston Red Sox (85-60) David Purcey (3-5, 5.23) @ Tim Wakefield (8-10, 4...

    Evan Brunell Written by Evan Brunell about 6 years ago 86 reads 0 comments

  21. Where was J.D. Drew?

    As Wednesday night turned into Thursday morning, fans watched with dismay as the Red Sox left seven runners on base in extra innings...

    Evan Brunell Written by Evan Brunell about 6 years ago 95 reads 0 comments

  22. Red Sox eyeing Japanese pitcher

    Looks like the Red Sox are in the hunt to chase down another Japanese pitcher. 22-year old Tazawa Junichi has declared that he will sign with a MLB club next year, foregoing the amateur draft in Japan...

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  23. Shutterfly TRIVIA: 1986 Red Sox Game Six MVP

    The last trivia question asked what year the Red Sox had six games of allowing 15 or more runs (this year they have four). The answer is 1923, the year they gave up up 27 to Cleveland (July 7) and 24 to the Yankees (September 28)...

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  24. Memo to Papelbon: Throw the splitter!

    Apparently, locating his fastball is more important than winning the game to Jonathan Papelbon. While Papelbon at times has an excellent split-fingered fastball, it’s his four-seamer that has been his bread-and-butter...

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  25. TB 4, BOS 2: Thanks Timlin

    Carlos Pena’s three-run opposite field three-run homer off of Mike Timlin was the difference in a 4-2 loss to Tampa...

    Evan Brunell Written by Evan Brunell about 6 years ago 86 reads 0 comments