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Over the Monster Mar 17, 2019
Daily Red Sox Links: Dustin Pedroia, Chris Sale, Brock Holt

Daily Red Sox Links: Dustin Pedroia, Chris Sale, Brock Holt

Dustin Pedroia played on Saturday and hasn’t suffered any setbacks to this point, but there is still some question as to whether or not he’ll be ready for Opening Day. (Ian Browne; RedSox.com) Chris Sale didn’t have his normal velocity, but that certainly didn’t affect his results on Saturday. (John Tomase; WEEI) With all of the talk around Sale, Mookie Betts, Xander Bogaerts and J.D. Martinez, are we ignoring Rick Porcello? (Sean McAdam; Boston Sports Journal) ($$) Brock Holt has become a key figure on the Red Sox over the last half-decade, which may have never happened if the new...
Over the Monster Mar 15, 2019
Daily Red Sox Links: Nathan Eovaldi, Eduardo Rodriguez, Blake Swihart

Daily Red Sox Links: Nathan Eovaldi, Eduardo Rodriguez, Blake Swihart

We weren’t too sure whether or not Nathan Eovaldi would be back in Boston for 2019, but according to the pitcher himself there wasn’t a ton of doubt. (Rob Bradford; WEEI) Speaking of Eovaldi, the man works out from time to time. (Jen McCaffrey; The Athletic) ($$) Moving down the rotation, the Red Sox believe 2019 is the year for Eduardo Rodriguez to take his step forward. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe) ($) Brian Johnson and Brock Holt open up about some mental health issues they’ve dealt with, an important issue that is too rarely discussed in general and especially in the sports world....
NESN.com Mar 7, 2019

Brock Holt Mic’d Up While Playing Left Field Is A Hilariously Wild Ride

Baseball fans on Thursday were treated to an inside look at Brock Holt playing left field, and, well, it was... Read More »
Over the Monster Mar 6, 2019
Daily Red Sox Links: Eduardo Rodriguez, J.D. Martinez, Brock Holt

Daily Red Sox Links: Eduardo Rodriguez, J.D. Martinez, Brock Holt

In today’s links, Eduardo Rodriguez and the staff have work to do, J.D. Martinez is getting back into the rhythm of the game and Brock Holt is a Dustin Pedroia fan. Alex Cora expects a lot from Eduardo Rodriguez and he’s making that clear. (Peter Abraham; Boston Globe) It’s not all on Rodriguez to improve. (Chad Jennings; The Athletic) ($$) Rodriguez can also help the rest of the staff, like he has with Rick Porcello. (Christopher Smith; MassLive) J.D. Martinez is still getting up to speed. (Michael Silverman; Boston Herald) Brock Holt is a big believer in Dustin Pedroia. (Logan...
NESN.com Mar 5, 2019

Brock Holt Has Some Incredibly Lofty Expectations For Dustin Pedroia In 2019

Dustin Pedroia soon will be making his spring training debut, and few know what to expect from the second baseman... Read More »
NESN.com Mar 3, 2019

Red Sox’s Brock Holt Voices Frustration Over Unsigned Craig Kimbrel

Craig Kimbrel is this year’s greatest mystery of Major League Baseball free agency, and one of his former teammates can’t... Read More »
Over the Monster Mar 2, 2019
Daily Red Sox Links: Brock Holt, Bobby Dalbec, Joe Castiglione

Daily Red Sox Links: Brock Holt, Bobby Dalbec, Joe Castiglione

Brock Holt is a free agent at the end of the season, and he’d like to stay in Boston forever. The reasons go beyond simply liking playing for the Red Sox, too. (Chris Mason; Eagle Tribune) Bobby Dalbec isn’t going to break camp with the major-league squad, but he gets the chance to learn from J.D. Martinez for a few weeks before heading back to the minors. (Ian Browne; RedSox.com) Speaking of Dalbec, he has met some pretty cool people in his life. (Rob Bradford; WEEI) Boston signed a whole lot of minor-league names this winter to help in the bullpen, looking for one of them to turn into...
NESN.com Mar 1, 2019

This Touching Reason Is Part Of Why Brock Holt Wants To Spend Career With Red Sox

Brock Holt hasn’t exactly kept it under wraps that he loves Boston and wants to spend his career with the... Read More »
Over the Monster Feb 28, 2019
Red Sox 13, Nationals 5: Jackie Bradley Jr. can’t, won’t be stopped

Red Sox 13, Nationals 5: Jackie Bradley Jr. can’t, won’t be stopped

And Jenrry Mejia shines in his Red Sox debut. The Red Sox won in a blowout on Thursday against the Nationals, but it didn’t always look like that’s how it would go. Max Scherzer started the game for Washington and was dominant because, well, of course he was. He’s Max Scherzer. Once he left, though, Boston’s lineup went off. Jackie Bradley Jr. continued his torrid spring, Brock Holt went deep, and Blake Swihart had a big RBI single on what had to be an emotional day for him. All in all, good performance for the Red Sox. Jackie Bradley Jr. is unstoppable If the Red Sox lineup will...
Over the Monster Feb 28, 2019
Daily Red Sox Links: Jackie Bradley Jr., Brock Holt, Michael Chavis

Daily Red Sox Links: Jackie Bradley Jr., Brock Holt, Michael Chavis

In today’s links, Jackie Bradley Jr. can focus on offense and defense while Brock Holt improves as a leader and Michael Chavis has a strong start to spring. Jackie Bradley Jr. is adjusting his swing this season in the hopes of making some serious offensive improvements. He’s encouraged by what he’s been able to do so far. (Justin Leger; NBC Sports Boston) Of course, Bradley Jr. is still going to be focusing on his defense as well. Having the right glove is part of that. (Chad Jennings; The Athletic) ($$) Brock Holt turned it up to 11 last year and it made a big difference....
NESN.com Feb 27, 2019

Brock Holt Reveals Being Healthy Allowed Him To Have ‘So Much Fun’ With Red Sox

There’s no denying Brock Holt’s importance to the Boston Red Sox team. From the first-ever postseason cycle to the hugs... 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...

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