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Over the Monster Oct 18, 2017
Eduardo Rodriguez undergoes knee surgery, will miss at least six months

Eduardo Rodriguez undergoes knee surgery, will miss at least six months

The Red Sox rotation depth looks a bit different now. The Red Sox have had some tough injury news already this winter, though most of it doesn’t seem overly serious. Hanley Ramirez underwent shoulder surgery, but he should be ready for spring training. Robby Scott also underwent surgery, but again it doesn’t seem like it’ll cause him to miss significant time. There is also the Dustin Pedroia knee issue, something we are still waiting to hear more on. As we wait for that, though, we got some fairly significant news from Eduardo Rodriguez. The young lefty underwent surgery on the knee...
Fenway Nation Oct 16, 2017
Chris Sale Named FenwayNation's 2017 Player O' Year

Chris Sale Named FenwayNation's 2017 Player O' Year

Clearly, 2017 was a disappointing season for the Red Sox and their fans. While the team shored up its starting pitching, the power vacuum left by the departure of David Ortiz was just too much to overcome. Nevertheless, winning the American League East was significant—and many players contributed to that achievement. Mookie Betts suffered a drop in average, but still posted an .803 OPS—along with 24 HRs and 102 RBIs. Andrew Benintendi delivered a solid rookie campaign—hitting .271, with 20 HRs and 90 RBIs. And, Dustin Pedroia battled through injuries to lead team regulars in hitting at...
Larry Brown Sports Oct 9, 2017

Dustin Pedroia could need knee surgery

Dustin Pedroia said after the Boston Red Sox’s season came to an end on Monday that he could need knee surgery. Pedroia has been dealing with left knee problems all season and missed some time at the end of the regular season because it was bothering him. He says he will know more after meeting...Read More
Fenway Nation Oct 9, 2017
Red Sox Season Ends In Wild Game Four Loss, 5-4

Red Sox Season Ends In Wild Game Four Loss, 5-4

It was looking good. Chris Sale was buzzing along in four plus innings of relief. Andrew Benintendi gave Boston a 3-2 lead with a two-run blast off a first-time ever relieving Justin Verlander. But the magic ran out as the Astros first tied, then went ahead by two on Sale and an extremely ineffective Craig Kimbrel. Down 5-3 in the ninth, 20-year-old rookie Rafael Devers laced a shot to left-center which caromed into an inside-the-park HR. Now, it was 5-4. Alas, the comeback ended right there, with Dustin Pedroia (sadly) ending things on a ground out in the 5-4 loss. In the final analysis,...
Larry Brown Sports Oct 9, 2017

John Farrell ejected in Game 2 of ALDS after Dustin Pedroia called strike

Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell was ejected early in Game 2 of the ALDS on Monday after a questionable called third strike on Dustin Pedroia. With Pedroia batting in the bottom of the second in a bases-loaded situation, a questionable third strike was called on a low pitch. Pedroia immediately began barking at home...Read More
Lookout Landing Oct 9, 2017
10/9/17: ALDS/NLDS Open Game Thread

10/9/17: ALDS/NLDS Open Game Thread

Another day of 4 playoff games woooooo Hello and welcome to another day of playoff games all day. Three teams are facing elimination today. Could be a big day for road team celebrations at the home team’s park, which are hilarious to see as an impartial viewer, but are the absolute worst case scenario for home team fans. Buckle up, Sox, Yankees, and D-Backs fans. Could be a wild one. ASTROS AT RED SOXAstros lead 2-1 LINEUPS Today's Lineups HOUSTON ASTROS BOSTON RED SOX George Springer - CF Dustin Pedroia - 2B Josh Reddick - RF Xander Bogaerts - SS Jose Altuve - 2B Andrew...
Over the Monster Oct 5, 2017
Daily Red Sox Links: Chris Sale, Carson Smith, Dustin Pedroia

Daily Red Sox Links: Chris Sale, Carson Smith, Dustin Pedroia

Today’s links look at the importance of Boston’s bullpen, Craig Kimbrel’s usage and potential new jobs for Gary DiSarcina. If the Red Sox are going to beat the Astros in this ALDS, they will likely have to rely on their bullpen. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe) Carson Smith should be a part of that bullpen (though nothing is official yet), and he is extremely ready to get started. (Jason Mastrodonato; Boston Herald) In more bullpen news, John Farrell isn’t tying Craig Kimbrel to the ninth. (John Tomase; WEEI) Chris Sale seems pretty ready to get things going. (Christopher Smith;...
Over the Monster Oct 3, 2017
Mookie Betts and Dustin Pedroia among top 20 selling MLB jerseys

Mookie Betts and Dustin Pedroia among top 20 selling MLB jerseys

The veteran and the young star represent the Red Sox in the jersey sales rankings The end of the baseball season means many things: playoffs, fall weather, and sales figures. Not just for tickets but also for jerseys. You know, the item that brings fans and players together in the clothing they wear at the ballpark. Jersey sales can lets us know how famous a player is, how amazing their play, and how much appeal they have to fans of their own team and baseball in general. Aaron Judge, just as he did on the home run leaderboard, topped the list above of young Chicago Cubs stars Kris Bryant...
Fenway Nation Sep 28, 2017
Sox Cut Magic Number To 2, Bail Our Porcello, 10-7

Sox Cut Magic Number To 2, Bail Our Porcello, 10-7

The most important thing to come out of last night game is that the Red Sox are an inch closer to the division crown. Despite another lousy performance from Rick Porcello (5.2 innings, 5 ER), Boston's offense came off the mat to score nine runs in the first three innings. Monster shots by Hanley Ramirez (solo HR) and Xander Bogaerts (3-run HR) led the way in the eventual 10-7 win. Dustin Pedroia, Mitch Moreland (solo HR) and Rajai Davis each had two hits apiece. David Price was nasty in 1.1 innings of work—striking out three. Boston enjoys a three-game lead over The Bronx Embalmers with...
Over the Monster Sep 26, 2017
Red Sox vs. Blue Jays lineup: Chris Sale pitches for the single-season K record and maybe the Cy Young

Red Sox vs. Blue Jays lineup: Chris Sale pitches for the single-season K record and maybe the Cy Young

The team record, that is, in pitching strikeouts. Not hitting. The lead is four. The magic number is three. Chris Sale has some business to which to attend, and he’ll do it without Mookie Betts and Dustin Pedroia. He needs to top 13 Ks for the mark. Here are the full lineups:

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