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Red Sox Minor League Gameday July 30, 2016

Red Sox have graduated a talented crop of players from their system including a shortstop, right fielder, and a left-handed starter. In Brandon Magee‘s Red Sox Minor League Gameday, he will update us on how the teams in Boston’s farm system performed every day. Today’s Games MLB: Boston Red Sox (Drew Pomeranz) vs. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (Hector Santiago) [9:05PM...
Via Sons of Sam Horn
1 hour ago

Pomeranz-Santiago matchup has Deadline theme

Saturday night's pitching matchup at Angel Stadium between the Red Sox's Drew Pomeranz and the Angels' Hector Santiago features one lefty who has already been traded this month and another who might be moved in the coming days.
Via RedSox.com
1 hour ago

Farrell won't use defensive replacement for Hanley

Hanley Ramirez has been involved in two miscues that ended walk-off losses for the Red Sox, including Thursday's overthrow of home. But manager John Farrell, pointing to Ramirez's overall body of work at first base, doesn't plan on subbing him on defense in the late innings.
Via RedSox.com
3 hours ago

Boston Red Sox @ Los Angeles Angels Pre Game Notes: 7/29/16

The Angels won on a walk-off error last night to beat the Red Sox 2-1. The Red Sox look to take game two of the series tonight!
Via CLNS Radio
3 hours ago

Boston Red Sox Recap: JBJ and X-Man Homer in Porcello’s Complete Game 6-2 Victory Over Angels

The Boston Red Sox (56-45) ended their 4-game skid behind a dominant complete game performance from Rick Porcello, who limited the Los Angeles Angels (46-57) to two runs on five hits.
Via CLNS Radio
4 hours ago

Investigation into ex-Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling's failed company, 38 Studios, results in no criminal charges

SCITUATE, R.I. (AP) Investigation into ex-Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling's failed company, 38 Studios, results in no criminal charges.
Via Associated Press
9 hours ago  |  Discuss

Making Sense of Clay Buchholz

Clay Buchholz may be in the midst of a terrible season, but he may not be as bad as his numbers seem. 
Via CLNS Radio
9 hours ago

First Pitch: Haul for Sale worth it for Red Sox

Today’s Knuckleball does its best to provide you, the readers, with up-to-date news and analysis, but even we know we can’t possibly cover everything. Luckily, that’s where the rest of the baseball world takes over. With First Pitch, we’ll aim to bring you some of the best content from around the web for your enjoyment. […] The post First Pitch: Haul for Sale worth it for...
Via Today's Knuckleball
10 hours ago

Red Sox Admit The Obvious: Koji Likely Gone For Year

As soon as it happened, we knew disaster was looming—and we said so right here. Basically, we stated that the injury "could be long and nasty—especially when happening to an over-worked 40-year old" (not to mentioned the ineptitude of the team's medical staff). Now, even the Red Sox have to acknowledge that Koji Uehara is likely done for the season. The pectoral muscle injury...
Via FenwayNation
15 hours ago

Red Sox Possibly 'Airmail' Their Season Into Oblivion, 2-1

(AP Photo)Dante Alighieri, if he were alive today, would feel compelled to construct another Circle of Hell just for the Red Sox—call it, Fenwatticus. Early this morning (around 1:15 AM), Hanley Ramirez sailed a ninth-inning throw over the head of Sandy Leon—allowing the winning runs to score in a brutal 2-1 loss in Anaheim. There is so much bad stuff to talk about in this one...
Via FenwayNation
15 hours ago

Porcello, Lincecum set to square off in Anaheim

A strong pitcher at home this season, Rick Porcello is one of many Red Sox players who will try to improve his level of performance away from Fenway Park.
Via RedSox.com
23 hours ago

Mike Trout does David Ortiz impersonation

David Ortiz has received plenty of retirement gifts during his farewell season, but Mike Trout made sure the Los Angeles Angels’ ceremony stands out. Trout was one of three Angels representatives who presented Ortiz with a portrait prior to Big Papi’s final series at Angel Stadium of Anaheim. Albert Pujols, Mike Trout and Alfredo Griffin presented David Ortiz with a portrait...
Via NESN.com
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Craig Kimbrel and his knee are headed to Pawtucket this weekend

Jennifer WarnerContributing WriterPhoto courtesy of the APLook out Pawtucket, it looks like your going to be hosting another rehab assignment this weekend as Craig Kimbrel may be headed for his first rehab assignment since going on the disabled list on July 9th.Kimbrel, who underwent left knee arthroscopy and a removal of part of his medial meniscus on July 11th, threw his second...
Via RedSoxLife
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Is Jackie Bradley Jr. the Red Sox’s MVP?

This Red Sox season can’t be definitively described as fun; it’s almost impossible for a 162-game campaign to ever be described as that. There have just been too many ups and downs for that. The lineup, however, is capital-F Fun. It’s an insanely deep unit that has seemingly had a different member step up each and every game. With this fact, I began wondering over the weekend...
Via BP Boston
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Jackie Bradley Jr. Gets His Revenge on Hanley Ramirez

(July 24, 2016 - Source: Rich Gagnon/Getty Images North America)Evan MarinofskyContributing WriterHanley Ramirez had himself a week last week, batting 7-for-21 with six runs, five home runs and 12 RBI over six games. Due to his incredible play, he won the honor of AL Player of the Week.As everyone looked at this as an incredible achievement for Hanley, Jackie Bradley Jr. looked at...
Via RedSoxLife
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Game 98 Recap: Tigers 9, Red Sox 8

If you’re the type to get frustrated easily, then boy, do we have a game for you! Top Play (WPA) Big moment, big hit, Big Papi. That round-tripper was worth .225 WPA, and brought the Red Sox back into the game early on. Ortiz took a Mike Pelfrey sinker that floated over the outer edge of the plate and deposited it into the visitor’s bullpen. That blast was one of the few bright...
Via BP Boston
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Red Sox Notes: Boston’s Struggles In Close Games A Cause For Concern

BOSTON — The mark of any good baseball team is its ability to win all different types of games, from close contests to blowouts. The Red Sox have done just fine this season in the latter category. The former? Not as much. Boston lost another close one to the Detroit Tigers at Fenway Park on Tuesday, rallying on two separate occasions before falling to a 9-8 loss. After this defeat...
Via NESN.com
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Sox nearly had serious catcher emergency in loss to Tigers

BOSTON — When Sandy Leon crumpled to the ground Tuesday night after getting hit by a pitch in the sixth inning, Fenway Park gave a collective gasp. The concern over losing Leon wasn’t just because the Red Sox catcher surprisingly has been one of the team’s best hitters this season. It also was due to the fact that Boston literally didn’t have anyone to replace him. Ryan...
Via NESN.com
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Boston Red Sox trade rumors: Relief Pitchers

As the trade deadline quickly approaches the Boston Red Sox currently sit at second place in the American League East. Each day the Red Sox bring arguably the best offense in the league to go along with an average pitching rotation. Their bullpen is what has struggled the most and has cost them many times throughout the season. The Red Sox have already made a move to help the bullpen...
Via isportsweb.com
3 days ago  |  Discuss

The Red Sox are Really Hard to Strike Out

The Red Sox have done many of things well since the turn of the century. They’ve won a lot of games (save for those three last-place finishes), developed some good prospects and have scored countless times in both the trade and free agent market. It’s made for an impressive, and fun run that’s included championships and given us many memories. One thing the Red Sox have done...
Via BP Boston
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Recap - Sox Hold On To Keep Porcello Perfect At Fenway

Jim MonaghanContributing WriterThe Red Sox slammed three home runs, Rick Porcello pitched into the seventh inning and the Red Sox survived a near-implosion by the bullpen as they held on to beat the Twins 8-7 at Fenway Park.Photo courtesy of the Boston Red SoxHanley Ramirez, Dustin Pedroia and Travis Shaw each went deep for Boston, part of a ten-hit attack. Xander Bogaerts...
Via RedSoxLife
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Sox analyst Jerry Remy hit on head by TV monitor, but will be back in booth today

NESN viewers who were watching Saturday’s Minnesota Twins-Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park got a little shock when they heard Jerry Remy on the broadcast for the first inning, only to be suddenly replaced by Steve Lyons in the second. For a while there was no explanation until the Red Sox and NESN came out with one later in the evening. It was because a sudden gust of wind knocked...
Via Awful Announcing
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Boston Red Sox trade rumors: pitching edition

With the recent surge in the standings and the latest trade deals, it’s no secret that the Boston Red Sox have been buyers up to this point. Their offense has been stellar and, barring major injuries, will be just fine. The question is if the team has enough starting pitching and relief pitching to get through the rest of the season. Dave Dombrowski has made some moves already...
Via isportsweb.com
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Sox analyst Jerry Remy hit in head by falling TV monitor

BOSTON -- Red Sox TV analyst Jerry Remy was hit in the head by a falling TV monitor as swirling winds caused havoc during the first inning at Fenway Park.Remy was sent home from Boston's game Saturday night against the Minnesota Twins but is expected back Sunday. Former player Steve Lyons, also an analyst during some games, came in for Remy.The strong winds made for an interesting...
Via FOX Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

FanGraphs Boston Meetup – Saber Seminar Eve (8/12/16)

Dear reader, please allow this internet article to serve as the official announcement of the fourth annual FanGraphs Boston Meetup on Saber Seminar Eve. As the title makes clear, this year that day is Friday, August 12th. We’ll kick off around 7 pm, and the televisions will display the baseball match between the Boston Red Sox and Arizona Diamondbacks. We’ll talk about it, and...
Via Fangraphs
7 days ago  |  Discuss
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