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Over the Monster Mar 18, 2019
Red Sox at Twins Lineups: Nathan Eovaldi takes the mound

Red Sox at Twins Lineups: Nathan Eovaldi takes the mound

And Andrew Benintendi is back in the lineup. The Red Sox are taking on the Twins on Monday afternoon as we head into the home stretch of spring games. Nathan Eovaldi takes the mound for Boston with a lineup full of major leaguers. Most notably, Andrew Benintendi returns after a few games down with the minor leaguers to work on his swing. Here are the full lineups: Monday’s game will, unfortunately, not be able to be watched on local TV. The good news is the Minnesota side has a broadcast, so if you have MLB.TV you will be able to watch it there. If not, you are stuck with the radio...
Over the Monster Mar 13, 2019
Red Sox vs. Twins Lineups: Nathan Eovaldi’s 2019 debut

Red Sox vs. Twins Lineups: Nathan Eovaldi’s 2019 debut

Today is Nathan Eovaldi’s day The Red Sox have watched their spring training losing streak jump up to six after a loss on Tuesday, and they’ll be back out there on Wednesday looking to snap it. This time, against the Twins, they have another one of their rotation members making his season debut in Nathan Eovaldi. The World Series hero will likely be out there for a three-inning stint based on what the other starters have done. On the position player side, it’s another day with mostly regulars, including Blake Swihart behind the plate. Andrew Benintendi, Rafael Devers and Dustin...
NESN.com Mar 10, 2019

Andrew Benintendi Reveals His Approach As Red Sox Leadoff Hitter

Heading into his third full year in Major League Baseball, 2019 is shaping up to be an important one for... Read More »
Over the Monster Mar 10, 2019
Daily Red Sox Links: J.D. Martinez, Tyler Thornburg, Andrew Benintendi

Daily Red Sox Links: J.D. Martinez, Tyler Thornburg, Andrew Benintendi

After spending most of his defensive time in 2018 in left field, J.D. Martinez will be playing a higher rate of his games in rate field, according to Alex Cora. (Nick Friar; WEEI) Matt Barnes and Tyler Thornburg both struggled results-wise on Saturday, but the feeling around each pitcher was different after their respective outings. (Christopher Smith; Masslive) Boston’s offense has plenty of pop and potential for explosion, but the key for them to be their best is making contact, and lots of it. (Sean McAdam; Boston Sports Journal) ($$) One of the faces of this approach is Andrew...
NESN.com Feb 28, 2019

Why Red Sox’s Andrew Benintendi Doesn’t Show Much Emotion On Field

Andrew Benintendi made some crucial and memorable plays during the Boston Red Sox’s playoff run last year. While some moments... Read More »
Over the Monster Feb 24, 2019
Red Sox vs. Twins Lineups: A whole lot of regulars

Red Sox vs. Twins Lineups: A whole lot of regulars

More familiar faces to play on Sunday Sunday will be the third game this spring for the Red Sox, but it will be the first that features primarily position players who are shop-ins for the Opening Day roster. The only players in the starting lineup who are not under that category are Sam Travis, who will play first base, and Cole Sturgeon, who will man right field. Along with those two we will get our first look of 2019 at Andrew Benintendi, Xander Bogaerts, Jackie Bradley Jr., Eduardo Nunez and Brock Holt. Rafael Devers will get his first start at the hot corner while Christian Vazquez...
Over the Monster Feb 24, 2019
With new spot atop the lineup, Benintendi could be in for a breakout year

With new spot atop the lineup, Benintendi could be in for a breakout year

Andrew Benintendi is finally going to be leading off for the Red Sox in 2019 and I could not be happier. Entering his third full professional season, I think the 24-year-old is poised for a breakout year. To this point, it definitely feels like Benny has already done a lot of the right things — like decreasing his strikeout percentage, drawing more walks and getting on-base more often. He’s done all of this while managing to navigate Fenway Park’s left field conundrum pretty seamlessly. And who can forget those two spit-your-coffee-out catches he made in Boston’s World Series run...

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