1. Boston Red Sox Must Be Aggressive and Acquire Mike Napoli

    According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, it appears as though Mike Napoli will be meeting with the Boston Red Sox this weekend to discuss a possible contract agreement...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about over 1 year ago 1,317 reads 25 comments

  2. 10 Steps to Rebuilding the Boston Red Sox Franchise

    As the Boston Red Sox now sit at home for the third consecutive postseason, it feels like decades ago since the storied franchise was one of baseball's elite teams...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about over 1 year ago 4,196 reads 20 comments

  3. Toronto Blue Jays Would Be Foolish Not to Move John Farrell to Boston

    As the Toronto Blue Jays finished the season with a 73-89 record, finishing fourth in the AL East, all of the talk since has been surrounding Jays manager John Farrell and the last place Boston Red Sox ...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about almost 2 years ago 2,904 reads 5 comments

  4. Adam LaRoche Is a Perfect Short Term Match for Boston Red Sox

    As the Red Sox nightmarish season has finally come to a close, this offseason marks the true beginning of the franchise's reconstruction...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about almost 2 years ago 2,165 reads 16 comments

  5. Adrian Gonzalez's Recent Complaints Prove He Needed to Leave Boston

    Ever since the nine-player, blockbuster deal that sent Adrian Gonzalez , Josh Beckett , Carl Crawford and Nick Punto to the Dodgers in exchange for James Loney and prospects, Red Sox Nation has unquestionably had positive and negative reactions...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about almost 2 years ago 1,925 reads 20 comments

  6. Boston Red Sox: Evaluating Players Coming in Mega Trade

    Well, it's now official. Now confirmed by USA Today and several other media outlets, the Boston Red Sox have completed a monster trade with the Los Angeles Dodgers that will ...

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  7. Jon Lester's Emergence Brings Hope to 2013 Red Sox

    It seems as though the real Jon Lester has finally stood up. Coming off of his second very solid start in a row, Lester threw seven solid innings against the Yankees , in which he only allowed one run...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about almost 2 years ago 247 reads 5 comments

  8. Firing Bobby V Is Not the Answer to Fixing Red Sox

    When you take a gander at all of the rumors, speculations and drama that has encircled the Boston Red Sox over the past year, it is safe to say that ownership will be making some major changes this offseason...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about almost 2 years ago 266 reads 0 comments

  9. Carl Crawford Will Exceed Expectations in Boston Red Sox Uniform

    To state the obvious, Red Sox Nation has not been all that impressed or understanding with their $142 million outfielder, Carl Crawford ...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about almost 2 years ago 510 reads 7 comments

  10. David Ortiz Is Unwilling to Earn His Money from Boston Red Sox

    In a season where the Boston Red Sox have struggled through headache after headache, whether it be from the media or from countless player trips to the disabled list, the one bright spot on the field for Boston has been David Ortiz ...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about 2 years ago 606 reads 0 comments

  11. Kevin Youkilis to White Sox: How Both Teams Fared in the Trade

    In a move now confirmed by Peter Abraham of the Boston Globe , fan favorite Kevin Youkilis will be trading in his red socks for white ones as he heads to the Windy City...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about 2 years ago 857 reads 2 comments

  12. Boston Red Sox: What Is Wrong with Adrian Gonzalez?

    With all of the injuries this season, the Boston Red Sox have been, arguably, the least fortunate team in the MLB . However, the biggest disappointment has come from the perfectly healthy Adrian Gonzalez ...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about 2 years ago 1,049 reads 9 comments

  13. The Boston Red Sox Must Avoid Any Blockbuster Deals This Season

    To say that the 2012 Boston Red Sox campaign has been troublesome would be a major understatement. Plagued with injuries, controversy, and inconsistency throughout the first few ...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about 2 years ago 1,135 reads 4 comments

  14. Boston Red Sox: Bobby Valentine Not Responsible for Struggles

    As a wise man once said, you can only do what you can with the cards you are dealt. No other saying can properly be associated with new Red Sox manager, Bobby Valentine's first few weeks on the job...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about 2 years ago 3,115 reads 36 comments

  15. Marlon Byrd to Red Sox: A Poor, Yet Necessary Acquisition

    It seems as though Theo Epstein has finally found a suitor for struggling veteran outfielder, Marlon Byrd. Reported by ESPN Chicago , Byrd is apparently shipping up to Boston...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about 2 years ago 1,249 reads 13 comments

  16. Boston Red Sox: Potential Replacements for Jacoby Ellsbury

    It is now confirmed that Red Sox superstar, Jacoby Ellsbury will miss six to eight weeks of baseball following a collision with Tampa Bay Rays shortstop, Reid Brignac at second base...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about 2 years ago 1,398 reads 13 comments

  17. Boston Red Sox: Dominating Win over Tampa Bay Dismisses Any Doubts

    Heading into Fenway Park after a 1-5 road trip to begin the 2012 campaign, the Boston Red Sox had a sea of doubt surrounding them...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about 2 years ago 232 reads 0 comments

  18. Boston Red Sox: Heartbreaking Sweep in Detroit Makes Bard to Bullpen Inevitable

    Just as the Boston Red Sox were a strike away from winning their first game of the season, it all went away. The Tigers' catcher, Alex Avila, hit a walk-off home run in extra innings to keep the Red Sox losing streak in tact as they head to Toronto...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about over 2 years ago 714 reads 2 comments

  19. Red Sox Pitching Situation Far Easier to Solve Than Most Believe

    As the Red Sox regular season is now underway following an Opening Day loss to the Detroit Tigers , it is not hard to debate the fact that the 2012 squad has several question marks in regards to some vital roles on the roster...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about over 2 years ago 504 reads 0 comments

  20. Jose Iglesias: Boston Red Sox SS Needs to Start the Season in Triple-A

    Amongst all of the storylines and decisions for the 2012 Boston Red Sox , the most debate arguably lies in the decision of who will begin the season as the starting shortstop...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about over 2 years ago 393 reads 4 comments

  21. MLB Preview: Six Players Who Need to Step Up for the Red Sox

    After the Boston Red Sox suffered a collapse of epic proportions in 2011, a new regime under Ben Cherington and Bobby Valentine will be seeking to redeem the franchise in 2012...

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  22. Daniel Bard: Is Boston Red Sox Hurler a Starter or a Reliever?

    It seems as though Boston Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington and manager Bobby Valentine have reached a disagreement about a key player to the 2012 Red Sox campaign...

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  23. Boston Red Sox: Compensation Settled as Red Sox Obtain Chris Carpenter from Cubs

    Exactly four months ago, Theo Epstein had departed from the Boston Red Sox , a team he crafted to win two World Series championships...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about over 2 years ago 380 reads 5 comments

  24. Marco Scutaro Traded to Colorado Rockies: How Boston Red Sox Fared in the Deal

    As reported over the past few days, it is now confirmed that now former Red Sox shortstop, Marco Scutaro will be headed to the Colorado Rockies , according to ESPNBoston . The Rockies look like they've found their solution at second base...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about over 2 years ago 1,025 reads 12 comments

  25. Attention Critics: Tim Tebow Is Still a Formidable QB Despite Playoff Loss

    Last night, following the New England Patriots 45-10 slaughter on the Denver Broncos , the world seemed to turn on "The Lord's Favorite Son," Tim Tebow , after his poor outing in the second round of the 2012 NFL Playoffs ...

    D.J.  Rallo Written by D.J. Rallo about over 2 years ago 249 reads 2 comments